The Supreme Wisdom of the Upaniṣads: An Introduction

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1998 - Upanishads - 558 pages
This book attempts to let the universal Upanisadic knowledge and experience of Divinity and reality emerge from the original texts and make it accessible to a broader western oriented audience.The book is in text commentary format and uses the method of p
 

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Contents

Text 429
4
Universal Significance 437
7
Text
429
The Dahara Teaching ChāndUp VIII 1 11 5
433
Vedic Roots and Universal Significance
437
Dahara Ākāśa as a Small Space in the Heart
445
Meditation Involving Qualities of the Self
448
Stages in Traditional Dahara Upāsanā
457
Relation to Anamnesis Omniscience etc
486
Satyakāma and SatyaSaṁkalpa of True Desire and of True Resolve
494
Šāņdilya Vidyā
498
Overall Structure
502
BrhUp IV 2
505
BrhUp III 9 1926
512
A CosmosEncompassing SunRelated Self Equivalent to the Subtle Prāņa AllSelf
515
The Full Dahara Vidyā and BrhUp IV 34
517

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460
9 PraśnaUp V and MahāNārUp XII 16 17
466
The Dahara Ākāśa in Maitrāyaṇīya Upanişad
470
Akāśas in Vedānta
473
Dahara Ākāśa as One of a Series of Five 12 Alternative Exposition in Terms of the Three Kinds of Ākāśa of Yoga Vāsistha
479
Atharva Veda X 7 716
482
The Path of Merger by Means of Om
519
MahāNārUp XIII 612
524
Infinitization of the Self
526
Index
543
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