MANDUKYA KARIKA PDF

When awake, the Self experiences the Vishva — the external objects and the visible; when dreaming, it experiences the Taijasa — the internal mind objects and what appears in the dreams; when in deep sleep, the Self experiences Prajna — the unpolarized, the fruits of the heart and bliss. The perceived duality of the world is Maya , when in reality there is only nonduality. This is in the scripture Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. In the same way, in our waking state whatever we apprehend to be real and unreal are both unreal, covering up the true reality, state Karikas 10— The true reality, state Karikas 33—36, is nondual and it is Atman. According to Karika 36—38, such wise individuals, do not care about praise from anyone, are beyond all rituals, are homeless wanderers, for they have realized the true inside them and outside; they, translates Potter, "remain steadfastly true to nature".

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When awake, the Self experiences the Vishva — the external objects and the visible; when dreaming, it experiences the Taijasa — the internal mind objects and what appears in the dreams; when in deep sleep, the Self experiences Prajna — the unpolarized, the fruits of the heart and bliss.

The perceived duality of the world is Maya , when in reality there is only nonduality. This is in the scripture Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. In the same way, in our waking state whatever we apprehend to be real and unreal are both unreal, covering up the true reality, state Karikas 10— The true reality, state Karikas 33—36, is nondual and it is Atman.

According to Karika 36—38, such wise individuals, do not care about praise from anyone, are beyond all rituals, are homeless wanderers, for they have realized the true inside them and outside; they, translates Potter, "remain steadfastly true to nature". I shall therefore speak of the nonmiserable state in which Translator: Karl Potter [24] [41] Gaudapada opens this chapter by criticizing devotional worship of any form, and states that this assumes that the Brahman-Atman is born.

To this end he gives the analogy of space and jars. Just as space is enclosed in a jar, so is the Self manifested as Jivas. When the jar is destroyed the space in the jar merges into space so likewise, are the Jivas one of the Self.

In reality, states Gaudapada, there is no creation of souls from Brahman as they are identical. According to Karikas 3. This awareness is not a metaphor, nor born, it is real. Such awareness shines forth without fear, beyond words and thought, is calm and unwavering, equanimous, and full of light.

The text states that the Samkhya premise "cause is born as its effect" leads to infinite regress, which is not persuasive. The text states, "all dharmas are without beginning, without variety, and are consciousness only".

The last Karikas of the Chapter Four add, translates Karl Potter, "this the Buddhas understand, the Buddha instructs us that consciousness does not reach the dharmas, yet the Buddha said nothing about either consciousness or dharmas! He even freely quotes and appeals to them. This, according to Murti, [8] may be because this was authored by someone else and not Gaudapada, a position shared by Richard King.

It is necessary to define the possible nature of the borrowing, granting that it did take place. The Vedantins stake everything on the Atman Brahman and accept the authority of the Upanishads. We have pointed out at length the Nairatmya standpoint of Buddhism and its total opposition to the Atman soul, substance, the permanent and universal in any form.

According to Potter, the naive nature of this commentary is in sharp contrast to the depth of reflection in Gaudapada Karikas, and the commentary on Samkhyakarikas is unlikely to be one by Gaudapada.

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