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The Taittirīya Upanishad (Devanagari: तैत्तिरीय उपनिषद्) is a Vedic era Sanskrit text, embedded as three chapters (adhyāya) of the Yajurveda. Taittiriya Upanishad - online resources. Sanskrit text - devanagari (roman not available) olhon.info Translation. turned off and the lights in the studio go down, and I think about what women them the way Act Like a Lady, Think Like THE TAITTIRIYA UPANISHAD.
Life-force is more than material universe, it includes animating processes inside the being, particularly breathing, and this layer of nature and knowledge is Pranamaya kosha. It is characterized by the power to will, the ability to wish, and the striving for prosperity through actions on the empirical nature, knowledge and beings. This is the realm of knowledge observed in all human beings. The vijnana-maya is characterized by faith, justice, truth, yoga and mahas power to perceive and reason.
The individual who is aware of vijnana-maya, asserts the verses of Ananda Valli, offers knowledge as the work to others.
This is the inner most is the realm of Atman-Brahman Soul, Self, spirituality. The individuals who are aware of ananda-maya, assert the sixth to eighth verses of Ananda Valli, are those who simultaneously realize the empirical and the spiritual, the conscious and unconscious, the changing and the eternal, the time and the timeless. He exists in peace within and without, his is a state of calm joy irrespective of circumstances, he is One with everything and everyone.
He fears nothing, he fears no one, he lives his true nature, he is free from pride, he is free from guilt, he is beyond good and evil, he is free from craving desires and thus all the universe is in him and is his.
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The chapter is also similar in its themes and focus to those found in chapter 3 of Kausitaki Upanishad and chapter 8 of Chandogya Upanishad. It is in these anuvakas that sage Varuni advises Bhrigu with one of the oft-cited definition of Brahman, as "that from which beings originate, through which they live, and in which they re-enter after death, explore that because that is Brahman". The Taittiriya Upanishad closes with the following declaration,   O wonderful!
O wonderful! I am food object! I am food! I am the eater of food subject! I am the eater of food! I am the poet who joins the two together! I am the poet! His head is here; his right side, here; his left side, here; this is himself; this is his basis and support. As this verse declares: From food, verily, beings are born,—whatsoever beings dwell on the earth; then by food they live, and to food also they go, at the end.
For food is the eldest of beings, therefore it is called the cause of all growth; they all gain food, who worship food as the Eternal. Food is the eldest of beings, therefore it is called the cause of all growth :—from food, beings are born; when born, they increase by food; beings are eaten and eat; therefore this is called food that is eaten.
But besides this, formed of the essence of food, there is another inner self, life-formed. By this, that other is filled; and this, verily, is of the nature of man,—according to the manlike nature of that other, this also is of the nature of man. Of this life-formed self, the forward-life is the head; the distributing-life is the right side; the downward-life is the left side; the ether is the self; the earth, the basis and support.
As this verse declares: By life, the bright ones live, and men and cattle also; life verily is the life of beings, and therefore it is called the cause of all life.
They verily reach completed life, who worship life as the Eternal. This, verily, is the embodied, self of that which comes before it.
But besides this, the life-formed, there is another inner self, mind-formed.
Of this mind-formed self, the Yajur, verily, is the head; the Rig, the right side; the Sama, the left side; instruction the self; Atharva-Angirasa the basis and support.
As this verse declares: That from which voices turn back without gaining it, and mind; knowing that bliss of the Eternal, he fears not for evermore.
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This, verily, is the embodied self of that which comes before it. But besides this, the mind-formed, there is another inner self, knowledge-formed.
Of this knowledge-formed self, faith is the head; righteousness, the right side; reality is the left side; union is the self; the world-soul is the basis and support. As this verse declares: Knowledge draws forth sacrifice, it draws forth works also; knowledge all the bright ones worship, as the eldest, the Eternal. If he knows knowledge as the Eternal, if he wanders not from this; in the body, putting off all darkness, he attains all his desires.
But besides this, the knowledge-formed, there is another inner self, bliss-formed. Of this bliss-formed self, what is dear is the head; joy is the right side; rejoicing, the left side; bliss, the self; the Eternal, the basis and support.
As this verse declares: Being non-being, verily, this comes into being; he who knows the Eternal as non-being,—if he knows that the Eternal yet really is,—him they know as really being. This is, verily, the embodied self of what goes before it. Then there are these questions: whether he who has not attained wisdom, on going forth from this world goes to that world; and whether he who has attained wisdom, on going forth from this world, attains that world.
He formed the desire: Let me become great, let me produce beings.
He brooded with fervor; having brooded with fervor, he put forth all this existence, whatsoever exists. Having put forth this, he went forth after it, and entered into it. Having gone forth after it and entered into it, he became the real and the outward; the defined and the undefined; the encompassed and the unencompassed; knowledge and unknowledge; reality and the untrue. He became all that depends on the real, whatsoever there is.
Therefore they call this dependent on reality.
As this verse declares Non-being was this, verily, in the beginning. Therefrom being was born.
This he made as himself. Therefore this is called well made. And as this is well made, therefore it is excellent in essence. He, verily, who has gained this essence, becomes full of bliss.
For who would live, who would breathe, if this shining-ether were not bliss? This therefore is the cause of bliss. For when he finds the fearless, the resting-place in this invisible, selfless, undefined, unencompassed being, then he is one who has gained the fearless. But he who makes for himself antagonism in this being, for him fear is; fear is his who sees and believes thus. As this verse declares: Through fear of that, Breath blows; through fear of that, rises the Sun; through fear of that, Fire and Moon; and Death runs as fifth.
This, therefore, is the measuring of bliss: Let there be a youth of excellent nature and fully accomplished, well taught, full of firmness and power; let this whole earth be full of riches for him. This is one human bliss. And if there be a hundred measures of such human bliss, this is one bliss of the celestial singers of human form, or of a sage who has ceased from desire.
And if there be a hundred measures of the bliss of celestial singers of human form, this is one bliss of the divine celestial singers, or of a sage who has ceased from desire. And if there be a hundred measures of the bliss of divine celestial singers, this is one bliss of the fathers who dwell in the long-lasting world, or of a sage who has ceased from desire.
And if there be a hundred measures of the bliss of the fathers who dwell in the long-lasting world, this is one bliss of the divine beings born in the birth-world, or of a sage who has ceased from desire. And if there be a hundred measures of the bliss of the divine beings born in the birth-world, this is one bliss of the divine formative beings,—those who through works ascend to the divine beings,—or of a sage who has ceased from desire.Worth the wait!
But besides this, the mind-formed, there is another inner self, knowledge-formed. Bhur, verily is the incoming breath; bhuva verily is the downward breath; suvah verily is the diffused breath; maha verily is the food. My teacher loved it and was extremely moved by it.
As before, this self of impulse is embodied in the vital self that precedes it.