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VIVEKACHUDAMANI---part---5

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E Text source- www.celextel.org 109.She is neither existent nor non-existent nor partaking of both characters; neither same nor different nor both; neither composed of parts nor an indivisible whole n



Mandukya Upanishad---8

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VIVEKACHUDAMANI---part---12

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E text source- www.celextel.org 283.Through the realisation of the identity of Brahman and the soul, resulting from such great dicta as "Thou art That", do away with thy superimposition, with a view t



Siddhantabindu of Madhusudana Sarasvati---9

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E text source- www.celextel.org 50. Obj. contd: Only when the not-self is established to be superimposed on the self, can there be superimposition of the self on the not-self.



VIVEKACHUDAMANI---part---4

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E text source- www.celextel.org 83.Whoever leaves aside what should always be attempted, viz.



VIVEKACHUDAMANI---part---21

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E text source- www.celextel.org 514.I am without activity, changeless, without parts, formless, absolute, eternal, without any other support, the One without a second.



VIVEKACHUDAMANI---part---20

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E text source- www.celextel.org 485. I neither see nor hear nor know anything in this. I simply exist as the Self, the eternal Bliss, distinct from everything else.



Taittiriya Upanishad--1

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Taittiriya Upanishad
Translated by Swami Gambhirananda
Published by Advaita Ashram, Kolkatta



Mandukya Upanishad---5

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III-21. The immortal can never become mortal. So, too mortal can never become immortal. For a change in one’s nature cannot ever take place in any manner.



AATHREYA - DATTA PRABHU

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aathreya bala krishna murthy

Datthaathreya considered every body
as His Guru and suggested that one can
learn something from each and everyone ,
they may be small or big.