MUNDAKOPANISHAD : CHAPTER-3. SECTION-2. MANTRAM-5. { Description of attaining Brahmam.}



MUNDAKOPANISHAD

CHAPTER-3.

SECTION-2.

MANTRAM-5. { Description  of  attaining  Brahmam.}

Discussion-3. "State  of  krt-akrtyata" ......

Krt-akrtyata,  meaning  "Their  purpose  is  fulfilled": ( second line first term of this mantram ) -

Life  is  a  struggle  and  an  agitation,  because,  each  one  of  us  haas  at  every  moment  an  honest  regret  at  not  having  fulfilled  ourselves  in  one  or  the  other  of  our  endless  desires  and  plans.

A  complete  sense  of  fulfilment  would  be  reached  when  all  our  desires  dry  up  and  all  our  plans  end.

This  state  of  "Krt-akrtyaya" ---  yielding  for  us  a  steady  satisfaction  of  having  gained  all  that  is  to  be  gained,  known  all  that  is  to  be  known,  seen  all  that  is  to  be  seen  etc., ---  is  gained  immediately  at  the  ending  of  our  ignorance  about  our  own  Divine  Nature.

With  the  discovery  of  our  true  identity  as  the  Self,  the  accomplished  seeker  gains  the  state  of  complete  fulfilment  discussed  here  in  this  mantram.

Next : Discussion-4. "Supreme  awareness...."

To be continued  ...


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