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Translation and commentary of Isa or Isavasya Upanishad, The Secred Knowledge of God, by Jayaram V, Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. A commentary on Isa Upanishad. Isavasya Upanishad Funny how an Upanishad which precedes Christianity by nearly years gets.

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And yet, it is not that He is without the capacity to move if He so chooses. Rigveda Yajurveda Samaveda Iavasya. Wikisource ; English Review and Translation: Srinivasan in a discourse. Brahman, the only real entity, cannot be attained by any other means than the removal of ignorance through knowledge of the Self.

The knower becomes absolutely free.

This is what we heard from the wise who explained these matters to us. Your use of the website is subject to these Terms of Use. Deussen [14] suggested, for example, that Isha was composed after ancient prose Upanishads – Brihadaranyaka, Chandogya, Taittiriya, Aitareya, Kaushitaki and Upaanishad during a period when metrical poem-like Upanishads were being composed.

Isa Upanishad, The Secret Knowledge of God

He who sees all beings in his own self and his own self in all beings does not suffer from any repulsion by that experience. This is blatant plagiarism of Vedic concepts and philosophies.


The Isha Upanishad is significant for its singular mention of the term ” Isha ” in the first hymn, a term it never repeats in other hymns.

Other Upanishads are attached to a later upanisyad of Vedic texts such as Brahmanas and Aranyakas. Karma purifies the mind and helps the aspirant to attain knowledge. They accept their lot, what comes to them without struggle and seeking and remain indifferent to what does not come to them or what has departed from them.


In the Bhagavad-Gita says Lord Krishna that the self is the friend of the self and iasvasya self also is the enemy of the self. Please protect Dharma by following its values, which include non-stealing.

Such sorrow and suffering cannot exist, suggests the Upanishad, if an individual realizes that the Self is in all things, understands the Oneness in all of existence, focuses beyond individual egos and in the pursuit of Universal values, the Self and Real Knowledge.

The author simply copied Upanishads from Santhana Dharma. The Real Knowledge delivers one to freedom, liberation from all sorrows and fears, to a blissful state of life.

Therefore by renunciation alone enjoy all things. You do not renounce life because you do not like it. Brahman is the ear of the ear, the mind of the mind, the tongue of the tongue, the speech of speech, the life of life, and the eye of the eye.

Isavasya Upanishad – The Hindu

For liberation, know your Atman, which is motionless yet faster than mind, it is distant, it is near, it is iswvasya all, it is without all this. Para-Brahman or the Absolute controls and guides the mind, life Prana and the senses.

When one attains knowledge of Brahman, Avidya or ignorance which is the seat of bondage and the cause of Karma performed for the attainment of objects isafasya desire, is totally destroyed. He has me convinced. And to them go, after death, those who harm their inner selves. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Upanishads are thousands of years old and this interpretation is a disrespect to both the religions mentioned here.


Isha Upanishad – Wikipedia

The Atman is beyond the reach of the senses and the mind. Enveloped by the Lord must be This All — each thing that moves on earth. Ignorance is that which is within the field of prakriti or illusion and knowledge is that which is within the field of divine consciousness. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. The Upanishads, Translated for the Modern Readerpage A sage who has realised the Atman beholds that all objects and all beings are not distant from his own Self and that his Atman is the Atman of all. Vedanta Desika has commented only on this Upanishad, because it represents the Visishtadvaita philosophy fully. However, please do not copy information from the website and then tell us that you were trying to give us publicity. He who has known that all beings have become one with his own self, and he who has seen the oneness of existence, what sorrow and what delusion can overwhelm him?

Christianity lacks spirituality and philosophy that they have to copy Hinduism so shamelessly?


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