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084f2db8c6 Put away the false selfhood of family and race and name, of form and rank, for these dwell in this body; put away the actorhood and other powers of the body of form; become the Self whose self is partless joy. Then the raising of the mind above external things; this is the true Withdrawal. And this is Dispassion a perpetual willingness to give up all sensual self-indulgence everything lower than the Eternal, through a constant sense of their insufficiency. The ascetic, who has put away the cause of bondage attachment to the unreal stands in the vision of the Self, saying, "this Self am I"; this resting in the Eternal, brings joy by experiencing it, and takes away the supreme sorrow that we feel, whose cause is unwisdom. The Self, assuming the limitation of the intelligence, self-deluded by the error of the intelligence, though it is the universal Self, yet views itself as separate from the Self; as the potter views the jars as separate from the clay. For I, verily, consist in all beings, enveloping them within and without, through the Self that knows; I myself am at once the enjoyer and all that is to be enjoyed whatever was seen before as separate through identity with it. Thus, by this Discourse of Teacher and Pupil, the character of the Self is taught to those seeking Freedom, that they may be born to the joy of awakening.
For other renewal records of publications between 19221950 see the University of Pennsylvania copyright records scans. Both bonds and the getting rid of them are works of glamor, and exist not really in the Self; they are like the presence of the imagined serpent and its vanishing, in the rope which really does not change. The belief that bondage of the Real, is, and the belief that it has ceased, are both mere things of thought; not of the everlasting Real. Thereafter, the divine Word, a turning of the mind to it, a constant thinking on it by the pure one, long and uninterrupted. Download Shankara Class # 14; (File Size: 18.61MB). All-embracing, illumining all things; under all forms all-present, yet outside all; everlasting, pure, unmoved, unchanging, is the secondless Eternal; and what that is, I am. He who perceives that his soul's pilgrimage is ended, who is free from disunion even while possessing division, whose imagination is free from imaginings, he, verily, is called free even in life. Finding the Real Self .