2. The next source of goodness is a place of residence.
7. Prajnatma - I am the intelligent Self (Kausitaki Upanishad).
One should know Him as pure and deathless, as pure anddeathless.
As has been explained in Part Fourth, verse XII, the inner Self, although unlimited, isdescribed as “the size of a thumb” because of its abiding–place in the heart, often likenedto a lotus–bud which is similar to a thumb in size and shape.
Brahma’s job was to create the world and all the creatures on it.
When the mindbecomes pure and desireless, it takes the upward course and at the time of departingpasses out through the imperceptible opening at the crown of the head; but as long as itremains full of desires, its course is downward towards the realms where those desirescan be satisfied.
The Purusha, the inner Self, of the size of a thumb, is ever seated in the heart of all livingbeings.
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The Upanishads represent the loftiest heights of ancient Indo-Aryan thought and culture. They form the wisdom portion or Gnana-Kanda of the Vedas, as contrasted with the Karma-Kanda or sacrificial portion.
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The universe is not just conscious, but it is consciousness, and this consciousness is Brahman. Human consciousness has forgotten its identity, that of Brahman, as if a drop of water from a vast ocean thought itself separate, and that the only path to merge back into that Brahman or supreme consciousness ...
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They serve us as reminders of eternal truths in our quest for liberation. They reveal themselves and provide profound insights to the extent we awaken them in our consciousness.