The Upanishads, Volumes 1-2

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Friedrich Max Müller
Christian Literature, 1897 - Hinduism

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Page 267 - The sun does not shine there, nor the moon and the stars, nor these lightnings, and much less this fire. When he shines, everything shines after him; by his light all this is lighted.
Page 66 - That from whence these beings are born, that by which, when born, they live, that into which they enter at their death, try to know that. That is Brahman.
Page lxiii - In the whole world there is no study, except that of the originals, so beneficial and so elevating as that of the Upanishads. It has been the solace of my life, it will be the solace of my death.
Page 43 - As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing their name and their form, thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person, who is greater than the great.
Page 142 - He lived with him another thirty-two years. Then Pra</apati said : 4. ELEVENTH KHAJVDA. ' " When a man being asleep, reposing, and at perfect rest 1, sees no dreams, that is the Self, this is the immortal, the fearless, this is Brahman.
Page 125 - Where one sees nothing else, hears nothing else, understands nothing else, that is the Infinite. Where one sees something else, hears something else, understands something else, that is the finite. The Infinite is immortal, the finite is mortal.
Page 142 - Taking fuel in his hands, he went again as a pupil to Pra</apati. Pra^apati said to him : ' Maghavat, as you went away satisfied in your heart, for what purpose did you come back ? ' " He said : ' Sir, although it is true that that Self is not blind even if the body is blind, nor lame if the body is lame, though it is true that that Self is not rendered faulty by the faults of...
Page 107 - That which is the subtile essence, in it all that exists has its self. It is the True. It is the Self, and thou, O /Svetaketu, art it.
Page 19 - As rain-water that has fallen on a mountain-ridge runs down the rocks on all sides, thus does he, who sees a difference between qualities, run after them on all sides. 15. " As pure water poured into pure water remains the same, thus, O Gautama, is the Self of a thinker who knows.

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