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The universe is limitless, unimaginable complex and variegated. "Whence it has come? Why it has come? What exactly is it's intrinsic nature?" are questions that spontaneously arise in the mind of its observer. That they are not answerable by inference is known to science. It is only the Veda that can answer them. It says "Brahman is the ultimate cause of the Universe. It is the one without a second. It is absolutely indescribable. Prakrti or maya is it's intrinsic power through which it assumes the form of the universe for the benefit of jivas. In each aeon called Kalpa, the universe is born out of Brahman, lives in Brahman and dissolves in Brahman. Therefore, Brahman is the ultimate cause, i.e. the intrinsic nature of the universe. The universe is changing - Asatya, but Brahman is unchanging - Satya". It goes even beyond and says that the observer of the universe is himself Brahman and one who realizes it attains total freedom from all bondage. Bhagavan Sankara has written the PrasthanatrayaBhasyas elucidating this thesis. He describes the universe as Mithya, Anirvacaniya and Asatya at three different levels of teaching. These adjectives are exclusively different. Thinking that they refer to the same idea, some people have stuck to the adjective Mithya and then tried to reconcile the other two with it using logic that is sometimes funny sometimes exasperating. Nothing in the Bhasyas needs to be reconciled by devious logic. They are already complete, immaculate and unambiguous. This book exhibits the seemlessness of Sankara's presentation, which helps the reader to plunge into sadhana with conviction.

P.S-The origin of all the errors in the presentation of Vedanta has been traced to a huge blunder committed in the understanding of the first word of the first sentence in Brahma SutraBhasya. See Sreyaskari- a commentary on the Catussutri by the same author.

 

Contents

 

 
Introductory Prakaranam 1
Chapter 1
Anubandha Catustaya 2
 
Subject Matter 2
 
Benefit 3
 
The Linkage 4
 
Adhikari - the eligible student seeker 5
Chapter 2
Sadhana Catustaya Sampatti 7
 
Nitya-Anitya Vastu Viveka 7
 
Dispassion 9
 
Samadi Satka 10
 
Mumuksutva 11
 
One Doubt 11
 
Who are all entitled for Moksa? 12
Chapter 3
Guru 13
 
The need for a Guru 13
 
Characteristics of a Guru 14
 
How to get the Sadguru? 15
 
Service to the Guru 15
 
A word of caution 16
Chapter 4
Pramana- Means of Knowledge 17
 
Triputi: Three fold factors 17
 
Pratyaksa Pramanam: Sense Perception as a means 18
 
Anumana Pramanam: Inference as a means 19
 
Upamana Pramanam: Analogy as a means 20
 
Arthapatti Pramanam: Presumption as a means 21
 
Agama Pramanam: Word ofGodlVerbal Testimony as a means 21
 
Another Pramana of the Mimamsakas 24
 
Jagat Prakaranam 27
Chapter 5
Other Theories 27
 
An Unperceived Cause of the Jagat exists 28
 
Three causes 28
 
Buddhists view 29
 
Mimamsaka's Logic 30
 
Vaisesikas's Theory 32
 
Naiyyayika's Theory 34
 
Sankhya Thesis 35
 
Modem Arguments 37
 
The Role of Logic in this discussion 38
 
The Limitations of Logic 38
 
The complete Logic 39
Chapter 6
The Vedic Theory 42
 
Brahman is the Nimitta of the Jagat 42
 
Brahman is the Up adana Karana of the Jagat 43
 
Upadana or Antaryamin? 44
 
Vacarambhana - Namadheya 46
 
Cause-Effect Non-difference 47
Chapter 7
Brahman - The Cause 56
 
Idea to be remembered 56
 
Non-difference of Eater (enjoyer) - Eaten (enjoyed) 57
 
Unachieved SelfInterest 57
 
Objection that Brahman has no Sahakari 59
 
The objection that the Brahman has no limbs 59
 
Objection of Purposelessness of Creation 60
 
Is the Brahman biased and cruel? 61
 
Objection regarding distinctiveness 62
 
Can inert objects come out of Cetana? 64
 
Whose thesis is to be accepted? 65
 
Objection of Brahman having parts 65
 
Upadhi 66
Chapter 8
Maya 70
 
The example 70
 
What is Maya? 70
 
Synonyms of Maya 71
 
Apara and Para Prakrtis 72
 
Maya Subservient to Brahman 73
 
Four- faced Brahma 73
 
Process of Creation 74
 
Dissolution 76
 
Maya is Eternal 77
 
Maya is Anirvacanrya 80
 
Maya is non-different from Brahman 82
 
Summary of Jagat Prakaranam 85
 
Brahma Prakaranam 86
Chapter 9
Brahman, Separate From The Jagat 87
 
Visesana - Laksana 87
 
The Existent Attributes 87
 
Non-existent attributes 89
 
Brahman is Satya 90
 
The Illusory Wodd 92
 
Three Satyas 93
 
Lens example 94
 
Transcendental Satya 94
 
Transactional Satya 95
 
Virtual Satya 95
 
Brahman is Jnana 96
 
Is Brahman Sarvajfia or Not? 97
 
Brahman is Ananta 100
 
The Experience of the Jnana 101
Chapter 10
The Attributelles Brahman 102
 
The Unqualified Brahman 104
 
The Reason for Brahman's Featurelessness 107
 
Is the Jagat Existent or Non-existent? 110
 
Doubt Regarding two imaginations 112
 
Adhyaropa-Apavada 115
 
Summary of Brahmaprakaranam 118
 
Jiva Prakaranam 119
Chapter 11
Analysis of the Three Bodies 121
 
Gross Body 123
 
The Gross Body is not me 125
 
Subtle Body 125
 
The Five Pranas 126
 
The Antahkarana 128
 
The Five Jfianendriyas 130
 
The Five Karrnendriyas 131
 
The Subtle body is not me 132
 
Causal Body 134
 
Vidya Karma Piirva Prajfia 134
 
Sancita, Prarabdha, Agami 135
 
Process of Death 135
 
The Process of Rebirth 136
Chapter 12
Avidya 138
 
JIva's wrong identification 138
 
Where else to find Jiva Svarupa? 139
 
Determination of the Svariipa 140
 
Agama's Answer 140
 
Is Jiva an Amsa of Brahman? 141
 
Definition of Avidya and Adhyasa 143
 
Effect of Maya is the support of Adhyasa 146
 
Adhyasa is the cause of danger 147
 
Is Avidya an existent entity or merely absence of Vidya? 148
 
Buddhi is Dharmi, Vidya is Pratiygi 152
 
Avidya is beginningless 154
 
Avidya is endless 156
 
Avidya belongs to whom? Maya belongs to whom? 157
 
Motivaton for Creation comes from Avidya 160
 
The Meaning of the Word Avidyakalpita Illusion 161
 
Avidya Laksana Prakrti 174
 
Avidyatrnika Hi Blja Saktih 174
 
Which is the cause of Jagat - Maya or Avidya? 191
 
The two examples 192
 
Maya and A vidya not synonymous 195
Chapter 13
Jagrat, Svapna and Susupti 198
 
Wakefulness 198
 
Jyoti 198
 
What is Svapna? 199
 
The Dream Jagat 201
 
Dream: Junction of the worlds here and hereafter 202
 
Who creates Dreams? 203
 
Does Jy6ti Belong to the body? 204
 
Svapna Jy6ti- Not of the body 204
 
Jy6ti is of the Atman 205
 
Qualified Jfiana is Through Indriyas 206
 
Atman is Not unknown 207
 
The Facility with Dreams 208
 
Susupti 209
 
Where is the Jiva in Susupti? 210
 
The Non-dual State 211
 
This is Paramananda (Highest Bliss) 213
 
Analysis of Ananda 213
 
The levels of Ananda 215
 
The Nature of grief 216
 
One's Svarupa is the same as in Susupti 217
 
One's Identity with Brahman 217
 
Proof of Brahman-Arman Identity 219
 
Why not qualified awareness? 220
 
Unwareness of even oneself 222
 
An example 223
 
The question of Avidya in Susupti 224
 
Objections for Avidya's non-existence 225
 
A vidya exists, but not Adhyasa in Susupti 227
Chapter 14
Turiya 230
 
Saksi 230
 
Sankhya-Yoga 230
 
Right Realization is Sarvatamabhava 232
 
Examples 237
 
Sublimation of the world 237
 
Samasti- Vyasti 240
 
Vaisvanaratma 241
 
Taijsatrna 243
 
Prajfiatma 243
 
Turiya 244
 
Some doubts 247
 
Omkara 254
Chapter 15
The Analysis of Five Sheaths 256
 
Transactions in Vyasti 256
 
The Nature of the Analysis 257
 
Annamayatma (Vya~ti) 260
 
Pranamayatma (Vyasti) 260
 
Manomayatma (Vyasti) 261
 
Vijfianamayatma (Vyasti) 263
 
Anandamayatma (Vyasti) 263
 
Upasafikramana of Samasti Atmans 264
 
Ananda-Anandl 266
 
Upasana Meditation on Sarnasti Atma 267
 
Summary of Jiva Prakaranam 268
 
Sadhana Prakaranam 270
Chapter 16
Moksa 271
 
What is Moksa? 271
 
Moksa is only through Jfiana 272
 
Jnana is not a result of Karma 274
Chapter 17
Sannyasa 278
 
Veda permits Sannyasa 278
 
Vidvat Sannyasa 279
 
Karma of Jnani 280
 
Vividisa Sannyasa 281
 
The rules of Vividisa Sannyasa 283
 
Slipping from Sannyasa 285
Chapter 18
Upasana 286
 
What is Upasana? 286
 
Relation with Alambana 287
 
Upasana of Pratika 288
Chapter 19
Karma 290
 
Feature of the Veda 291
 
The Creation of Varnas 291
 
Varna Dharma 292
 
Asrama Dharma 294
 
Karma 295
 
Can Karma lead to Moksa? 296
 
Path of Moksa - One or Several? 298
 
Bhakti 300
 
Summary of Sadhana Prakaranam 302
 
Epilogue 303
 
Index 312

 

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The universe is limitless, unimaginable complex and variegated. "Whence it has come? Why it has come? What exactly is it's intrinsic nature?" are questions that spontaneously arise in the mind of its observer. That they are not answerable by inference is known to science. It is only the Veda that can answer them. It says "Brahman is the ultimate cause of the Universe. It is the one without a second. It is absolutely indescribable. Prakrti or maya is it's intrinsic power through which it assumes the form of the universe for the benefit of jivas. In each aeon called Kalpa, the universe is born out of Brahman, lives in Brahman and dissolves in Brahman. Therefore, Brahman is the ultimate cause, i.e. the intrinsic nature of the universe. The universe is changing - Asatya, but Brahman is unchanging - Satya". It goes even beyond and says that the observer of the universe is himself Brahman and one who realizes it attains total freedom from all bondage. Bhagavan Sankara has written the PrasthanatrayaBhasyas elucidating this thesis. He describes the universe as Mithya, Anirvacaniya and Asatya at three different levels of teaching. These adjectives are exclusively different. Thinking that they refer to the same idea, some people have stuck to the adjective Mithya and then tried to reconcile the other two with it using logic that is sometimes funny sometimes exasperating. Nothing in the Bhasyas needs to be reconciled by devious logic. They are already complete, immaculate and unambiguous. This book exhibits the seemlessness of Sankara's presentation, which helps the reader to plunge into sadhana with conviction.

P.S-The origin of all the errors in the presentation of Vedanta has been traced to a huge blunder committed in the understanding of the first word of the first sentence in Brahma SutraBhasya. See Sreyaskari- a commentary on the Catussutri by the same author.

 

Contents

 

 
Introductory Prakaranam 1
Chapter 1
Anubandha Catustaya 2
 
Subject Matter 2
 
Benefit 3
 
The Linkage 4
 
Adhikari - the eligible student seeker 5
Chapter 2
Sadhana Catustaya Sampatti 7
 
Nitya-Anitya Vastu Viveka 7
 
Dispassion 9
 
Samadi Satka 10
 
Mumuksutva 11
 
One Doubt 11
 
Who are all entitled for Moksa? 12
Chapter 3
Guru 13
 
The need for a Guru 13
 
Characteristics of a Guru 14
 
How to get the Sadguru? 15
 
Service to the Guru 15
 
A word of caution 16
Chapter 4
Pramana- Means of Knowledge 17
 
Triputi: Three fold factors 17
 
Pratyaksa Pramanam: Sense Perception as a means 18
 
Anumana Pramanam: Inference as a means 19
 
Upamana Pramanam: Analogy as a means 20
 
Arthapatti Pramanam: Presumption as a means 21
 
Agama Pramanam: Word ofGodlVerbal Testimony as a means 21
 
Another Pramana of the Mimamsakas 24
 
Jagat Prakaranam 27
Chapter 5
Other Theories 27
 
An Unperceived Cause of the Jagat exists 28
 
Three causes 28
 
Buddhists view 29
 
Mimamsaka's Logic 30
 
Vaisesikas's Theory 32
 
Naiyyayika's Theory 34
 
Sankhya Thesis 35
 
Modem Arguments 37
 
The Role of Logic in this discussion 38
 
The Limitations of Logic 38
 
The complete Logic 39
Chapter 6
The Vedic Theory 42
 
Brahman is the Nimitta of the Jagat 42
 
Brahman is the Up adana Karana of the Jagat 43
 
Upadana or Antaryamin? 44
 
Vacarambhana - Namadheya 46
 
Cause-Effect Non-difference 47
Chapter 7
Brahman - The Cause 56
 
Idea to be remembered 56
 
Non-difference of Eater (enjoyer) - Eaten (enjoyed) 57
 
Unachieved SelfInterest 57
 
Objection that Brahman has no Sahakari 59
 
The objection that the Brahman has no limbs 59
 
Objection of Purposelessness of Creation 60
 
Is the Brahman biased and cruel? 61
 
Objection regarding distinctiveness 62
 
Can inert objects come out of Cetana? 64
 
Whose thesis is to be accepted? 65
 
Objection of Brahman having parts 65
 
Upadhi 66
Chapter 8
Maya 70
 
The example 70
 
What is Maya? 70
 
Synonyms of Maya 71
 
Apara and Para Prakrtis 72
 
Maya Subservient to Brahman 73
 
Four- faced Brahma 73
 
Process of Creation 74
 
Dissolution 76
 
Maya is Eternal 77
 
Maya is Anirvacanrya 80
 
Maya is non-different from Brahman 82
 
Summary of Jagat Prakaranam 85
 
Brahma Prakaranam 86
Chapter 9
Brahman, Separate From The Jagat 87
 
Visesana - Laksana 87
 
The Existent Attributes 87
 
Non-existent attributes 89
 
Brahman is Satya 90
 
The Illusory Wodd 92
 
Three Satyas 93
 
Lens example 94
 
Transcendental Satya 94
 
Transactional Satya 95
 
Virtual Satya 95
 
Brahman is Jnana 96
 
Is Brahman Sarvajfia or Not? 97
 
Brahman is Ananta 100
 
The Experience of the Jnana 101
Chapter 10
The Attributelles Brahman 102
 
The Unqualified Brahman 104
 
The Reason for Brahman's Featurelessness 107
 
Is the Jagat Existent or Non-existent? 110
 
Doubt Regarding two imaginations 112
 
Adhyaropa-Apavada 115
 
Summary of Brahmaprakaranam 118
 
Jiva Prakaranam 119
Chapter 11
Analysis of the Three Bodies 121
 
Gross Body 123
 
The Gross Body is not me 125
 
Subtle Body 125
 
The Five Pranas 126
 
The Antahkarana 128
 
The Five Jfianendriyas 130
 
The Five Karrnendriyas 131
 
The Subtle body is not me 132
 
Causal Body 134
 
Vidya Karma Piirva Prajfia 134
 
Sancita, Prarabdha, Agami 135
 
Process of Death 135
 
The Process of Rebirth 136
Chapter 12
Avidya 138
 
JIva's wrong identification 138
 
Where else to find Jiva Svarupa? 139
 
Determination of the Svariipa 140
 
Agama's Answer 140
 
Is Jiva an Amsa of Brahman? 141
 
Definition of Avidya and Adhyasa 143
 
Effect of Maya is the support of Adhyasa 146
 
Adhyasa is the cause of danger 147
 
Is Avidya an existent entity or merely absence of Vidya? 148
 
Buddhi is Dharmi, Vidya is Pratiygi 152
 
Avidya is beginningless 154
 
Avidya is endless 156
 
Avidya belongs to whom? Maya belongs to whom? 157
 
Motivaton for Creation comes from Avidya 160
 
The Meaning of the Word Avidyakalpita Illusion 161
 
Avidya Laksana Prakrti 174
 
Avidyatrnika Hi Blja Saktih 174
 
Which is the cause of Jagat - Maya or Avidya? 191
 
The two examples 192
 
Maya and A vidya not synonymous 195
Chapter 13
Jagrat, Svapna and Susupti 198
 
Wakefulness 198
 
Jyoti 198
 
What is Svapna? 199
 
The Dream Jagat 201
 
Dream: Junction of the worlds here and hereafter 202
 
Who creates Dreams? 203
 
Does Jy6ti Belong to the body? 204
 
Svapna Jy6ti- Not of the body 204
 
Jy6ti is of the Atman 205
 
Qualified Jfiana is Through Indriyas 206
 
Atman is Not unknown 207
 
The Facility with Dreams 208
 
Susupti 209
 
Where is the Jiva in Susupti? 210
 
The Non-dual State 211
 
This is Paramananda (Highest Bliss) 213
 
Analysis of Ananda 213
 
The levels of Ananda 215
 
The Nature of grief 216
 
One's Svarupa is the same as in Susupti 217
 
One's Identity with Brahman 217
 
Proof of Brahman-Arman Identity 219
 
Why not qualified awareness? 220
 
Unwareness of even oneself 222
 
An example 223
 
The question of Avidya in Susupti 224
 
Objections for Avidya's non-existence 225
 
A vidya exists, but not Adhyasa in Susupti 227
Chapter 14
Turiya 230
 
Saksi 230
 
Sankhya-Yoga 230
 
Right Realization is Sarvatamabhava 232
 
Examples 237
 
Sublimation of the world 237
 
Samasti- Vyasti 240
 
Vaisvanaratma 241
 
Taijsatrna 243
 
Prajfiatma 243
 
Turiya 244
 
Some doubts 247
 
Omkara 254
Chapter 15
The Analysis of Five Sheaths 256
 
Transactions in Vyasti 256
 
The Nature of the Analysis 257
 
Annamayatma (Vya~ti) 260
 
Pranamayatma (Vyasti) 260
 
Manomayatma (Vyasti) 261
 
Vijfianamayatma (Vyasti) 263
 
Anandamayatma (Vyasti) 263
 
Upasafikramana of Samasti Atmans 264
 
Ananda-Anandl 266
 
Upasana Meditation on Sarnasti Atma 267
 
Summary of Jiva Prakaranam 268
 
Sadhana Prakaranam 270
Chapter 16
Moksa 271
 
What is Moksa? 271
 
Moksa is only through Jfiana 272
 
Jnana is not a result of Karma 274
Chapter 17
Sannyasa 278
 
Veda permits Sannyasa 278
 
Vidvat Sannyasa 279
 
Karma of Jnani 280
 
Vividisa Sannyasa 281
 
The rules of Vividisa Sannyasa 283
 
Slipping from Sannyasa 285
Chapter 18
Upasana 286
 
What is Upasana? 286
 
Relation with Alambana 287
 
Upasana of Pratika 288
Chapter 19
Karma 290
 
Feature of the Veda 291
 
The Creation of Varnas 291
 
Varna Dharma 292
 
Asrama Dharma 294
 
Karma 295
 
Can Karma lead to Moksa? 296
 
Path of Moksa - One or Several? 298
 
Bhakti 300
 
Summary of Sadhana Prakaranam 302
 
Epilogue 303
 
Index 312

 

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