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Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Sat Chit Ananda

In the Sixth chapter of Tejo Bindu Upanishad, the Sage Ribhu continues to describe the nature of Atman. Sat-Chit-Ananda The Atman/Self is Sat-Chit-Ananda. Sat is the very existence. It exists beyond the barriers of time and space. It is absolute, unchangeable and unqualified. The Chit means Consciousness. It can be perceivable, understood, and explainable. It … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Sat Chit Ananda

Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Atman and Anatman

The fifth chapter of Tejo Bindu Upanishad is the dialogue between Sage Ribhu and his disciple Nidagha. Ribhu Gita was a part of the epic Siva Rahasya like Bhagavat Gita was the part of the epic Mahabharata. Initially, Ribhu Gita was taught to the sage Ribhu and Lord Kumara simultaneously by Lord Siva. Later, the … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Atman and Anatman

Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Jeevan Mukti and Videha Mukti

Lord Kumara asked Lord Siva to explain about Jeevan Mukti and Videha Mukti. Before heading to the reply of Lord Siva, we will see what the terms are referred to. Jeevan Mukti stands for the liberation during the lifetime whereas Videha Mukti refers to the Liberation after the death. Why life is required for anyone … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Jeevan Mukti and Videha Mukti

Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Aham Brahma asmi

Lord Kumara asked Lord Siva “How to attain Self-realisation?” The reply of Lord Siva was the third chapter of the Upanishad. I am the Brahman. I am the absolute bliss, absolute consciousness and the Supreme Being who is tranquillized, eternal and everlasting. ( “I “ here does not denote Lord Siva alone, it is used in a … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Aham Brahma asmi

Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Chinmatra

Introduction The second chapter of the Upanishad is the conversation between Lord Siva and Lord Kumara who asked the former to explain about Chinmatra or the partless-one-essence which is indivisible. What is Chinmatra Lord Siva replies. The Chinmatra is the visible objects, the world, the existence. It is Atman or Self, the mantra and its action, … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Chinmatra

Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Pancha Dasanga Yoga – Samadhi

The yogi should practice the fifteen limbs of yoga until there will be the manifestation of Brahman on its own accord through inference. Having reached that state, the enlightened yogi will be free from all means employed. He becomes a Raja Yogi whose radiance is beyond the range of mind and speech. It is the … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Pancha Dasanga Yoga – Samadhi

Tejo Bindu Upanishad – Pancha Dasanga Yoga

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Tejo Bindu Upanishad taught Raja Yoga with 15 limbs. They are Yama  Niyama Tyaha Mauna Desa Kala Asana Mula-bandha Deha-samya Drk–sthiti Prana-samyama Pratyahara Dharana Atma-dhyana Samadhi The elucidation of the limbs of yoga requires much understanding. Considering the vastness of the subject, I just reproduce the message conveyed by this scripture. But it involves much … Read moreTejo Bindu Upanishad – Pancha Dasanga Yoga

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