The Upanishads Kena And Other Upanishads
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📒The Upanishads Ii Kena And Other Upanishads ✍ Sri Aurobindo
✏The Upanishads II Kena And Other Upanishads Book Summary : The Upanishads has now been expanded and brought out in two volumes, with much new material published for the first time in book form. The single volume The Upanishads has been discontinued, with all its content included in the two new volumes, each available as an independent book. The Kena Upanishad is concerned with the relation of mind-consciousness to Brahman-consciousness , writes Sri Aurobindo in his commentary on this work. The material world and the physical life exist for us only by virtue of our internal self and our internal life. According as our mental instruments represent to us the external world, according as our vital force in obedience to the mind deals with its impacts and objects, so will be our outward life and existence. Along with Sri Aurobindo's final translation of and commentary on the Kena, this book includes his translations of six other Upanishads as well as several other translations and commentaries, and essays such as 'The Philosophy of the Upanishads'.
✏The Upanishads Kena and other Upanishads Book Summary : Text, translation and Interpretation of selected Upanishads, Hindu philosophical classics.
✏The Taittar ya Aitar ya v t vatara K na Ka ha Pra na Mu aka and M akya Upanishads Book Summary :
✏ The Taittar ya Aitar ya v t vatara K na Ka ha Pra na Mu aka and M ukya Upanishads Book Summary :
📒Upanishads In Sankara S Own Words ✍ V. Panoli
✏Upanishads in Sankara s Own Words Book Summary : Hindu philosophical classic.
📒The Upanishads ✍ Eknath Easwaran
✏The Upanishads Book Summary : The Upanishads: one of three new editions of the books in Eknath Easwaran's Classics of Indian Spirituality series You are what your deep driving desire is. As your desire is, so is your will. As your will is, so is your deed. As your deed is, so is your destiny. - Brihadaranyaka Upanishad (IV.4.5) Over two thousand years ago, the sages of India embarked on an extraordinary experiment. While others were exploring the external world, they turned inward - to explore consciousness itself. In the changing flow of human thought, they asked, is there anything that remains the same? They found that there is indeed a changeless Reality underlying the ebb and flow of life. Their discoveries are an expression of what Aldous Huxley called the Perennial Philosophy, the wellspring of all religious faith that assures us that God-realization is within human reach. The Upanishads are the sages' wisdom, given in intense sessions of spiritual instruction in ashrams, in family gatherings, in a royal court, in the kingdom of Death himself. And Easwaran shows how these teachings are just as relevant to us now as they ever were centuries ago.
✏The Upanishads Katha sa Kena and Mundaka Book Summary :
✏Upanishads Book Summary : Composed in Sanskrit between 900 and 600 BC, the Upanishads are man's oldest works of philosophy. The translations presented here are the oldest and most important of those that exist.
📒The Upanishads Katha I A Kena And Mundaka ✍ Swami Nikhilananda
✏The Upanishads Katha I a Kena and Mundaka Book Summary :
📒The Upanishads ✍ Vernon Katz
✏The Upanishads Book Summary : This new translation of The Upanishads is at once delightfully simple and rigorously learned, providing today’s readers with an accurate, accessible rendering of the core work of ancient Indian philosophy. The Upanishads are often considered the most important literature from ancient India. Yet many academic translators fail to capture the work’s philosophical and spiritual subtlety, while others convey its poetry at the cost of literal meaning. This new translation by Vernon Katz and Thomas Egenes fills the need for an Upanishads that is clear, simple, and insightful – yet remains faithful to the original Sanskrit. As Western Sanskrit scholars who have spent their lives immersed in meditative practice, Katz and Egenes offer a unique perspective in penetrating the depths of Eastern wisdom and expressing these insights in modern yet poetic language. Their historical introduction is suited to newcomers and experienced readers alike, providing the perfect entry to this unparalleled work. From the Trade Paperback edition.