Dec 16, 2014

Gist of the Ancient Gnostic Texts of India - 10 Principal UPANISHADS

Isha Upanishad
“How can a wise man, knowing the Unity of Life, seeing all creatures in himself, be deluded or sorrowful?”
Kena Upanishad
“This wise man clings neither to this nor that, rises out of sense, attains Immortal Life.”
Katha Upanishad 
"The wise man would lose his speech in mind, the mind in intellect, the intellect in nature, the nature in God, and so find Peace.”
Prashna Upanishad 
“My son! Who know the Impersonal Self - wherein the personal self, the living fires, senses, the elements live – he knows All: lives in All.”
Mundaka Upanishad
“The Everlasting is formless, limitless, breathless, mindless, above everything, outside everything, inside everything.”
Mandookaya Upanishad 
“There is nothing that is not Spirit.”
Taittireya Upanishad 
“Bow down to Spirit as the sole object of desire, be the goal of all desires; worship Spirit as the Master of All; become the master of all.”
Aitareya Upanishad 
“There was in the beginning, One Sole Self. No eye winked.” 
Chanddoggya Upanishad 
“When a man is dying, his speech merges into mind, his mind into life, his life into light, his light into the One Being.”

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 
“He who worships him (That Which Is) as one or the other, is ignorant, is imperfect; though he attain completely one or the other perfection. Let him worship ‘Him’ as Self, where all these become the Whole.” 

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