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Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
CONCLUSION
In the Mantras 14, 15 and 16 of the last Valli, Samaadhi is described. All the knots around the Heart-centre are then pierced. There are 101 Naadis at the Heart-centre leading to the centre of the Peri-carp. The Yogi who follows the path of that one which reaches the ultimate point [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
CONCLUSION
The Mantra 5 of the 5th Valli reads :
Na praanena na apaanena martyo jeevati kaschana
Itarena tu jeevanti yasminnetaa upaasritou
Man does not merely live on Praana or Apaana, but on the strength of that Aatma which is responsible for the Praanas to function. There is an interesting Mantra (6.4) which refers to [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
CONCLUSION

In the second Adhyaaya (containing three Vallis – 4th, 5th and 6th) in the 6th and 7th Mantras of the 4th Valli, it has been stressed that the Paramaatma is in the cave of the Heart and it is the Creator of the Devas. But in the individual’s heart, the Aatma [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
TRITEEYA VALLI

Meaning :

Those who follow that which they have understood mentally about that entity (Aatma) which is beyond sound, touch, form, and which is undiminishing, changeless, eternal, odourless, with no starting and ending, magnificent, beyond all and ever constant; and those who have experienced it will be freed (or released) from [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
TRITEEYA VALLI

He is not apparent (to the normal vision) but is perceived only by a very keen intellect of great concentration and attention, that is Tapas alone.
13.    Yachchedvaagmanasee praagjnah
Tadyachchet gjnaana aatmani
Gjnaanamaatmani mahati niyachchet
Tadyachchet saanta aatmani
Meaning :

The man with discrimination should merge the word (organ of speech) into the mind; mind into [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

TRITEEYA VALLI
There is no end to the literature that supports this theory. When the Jivaatma is able to pierce the Chakra and has vision of the Paramaatma within, it losdes its state of Jivatva. This is equated to Saameepya, Salokya and even Saaroopya. It is necessary therefore for the Jivaatma to [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

TRITEEYA VALLI
1.  Rtam pibantou sukrutasya loke
Guhaam pravishtou parame paraarthe
Chayaatapou Brahmavido vadanti
Panchaagnayo ye cha trinaachiketaah

Meaning : The knowers of Brahman speak about those who, having drunk the essence of virtuous deeds enter the cave of Heart, that is beyond and also the place of eternity; who have worshipped the five fires and [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

Meaning : The Upaasana (or the practice of Pranava) is the object of dependence for the seekers. By knowing this, with a thorough understanding of it and also by the internal experience (or realisation) one goes to the abode or state of Brahman.
Comment: Om is the object of dependence for the [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

14. Sarve vedaa yatpadamaamananti
Tapaagamsi sarvaani cha yadvadanti
Yadichchanto brahmacharyam charanti
Tatte padagm sangrahena braveemyomityetat
Meaning : The goal all Vedas speak about, the target of all penance or tapas and the sole aspiration of all Brahmacharya (austerities like celibancy etc. keeping in view the Brahman as the ideal to be reached) practised by the [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

13. Aetat sritvaa samparigrihya martyah
Pravrihya dharmya manumeta maapya
Sa modate modaneeyagm hi labdhvaa
Vivritagm sadma nachiketasam manye

Meaning : Any mortal, after hearing this teaching, meditates on the attainable, understanding the subtle relation (the law) between Jiva and the Paramaatma, attains the subtlest one comparable to the minutest atom, obtains also that Blissful One. [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
10. Kaamasyaaptim jagatah pratishtaam
Kratoranantya mabhayasya paaram
Stomamahadurugaayam pratishtaam
drishtvaa
Dhrityaa dheero Nachiketo atyasraaksheeh

Meaning : Oh Nachiketa! You have left (or rejected) the path of fulfillment of worldly desires through the physical sacrificial rituals. With that, you have landed on the shore of fearlessness and of infinity and have become eternally strengthened by having the [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
10. Jaanaamyahagm sevadhirityanityam
Na hyadhrivaih praapyate hi dhrivam tat
Tato mayaa Naachiketaschito agni
Ranityaih dravyaih praaptavaanasmi
nityam
Meaning :

“This body is ephemeral in nature like material treasure, this I know for sure. The fact that these temporary things (erudition, health, bodily vigour etc.) cannot give the lasting goal is also known to me fully. By performing [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
7. Sravanaayaapi bahubhiryo na labhyah
Srinvanto api bahavo yam na vidyuh
Aascharyo vaktaa kusalo asya labdhaa
Aascharyo gjnaataa kusalaanusishtah
Meaning :

Much intellectual explanation and even much listening to such teaching does not grant the experience of the Truth. Rare are those who have taught it and equally rare are those who have learnt it. Such [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

Comment:
This relates to those so-called teachers who are themselves ignorant. It is like the blind leading the blind. The paths taught by the so-called wise men revolving round Karma or mere theoretical discourses can never lead one to renunciation or Gjnaana. This Mantra is found in the Mundakopanishad (1-2-8) also. The [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
4.  Dooramete vipareete vishoochee
Avidyaa yaa cha vidyeti ginaataa
Vidyaabheepsinam nachiketasam manye
Na tvaa kaamaa bahavo alolupanta

Meaning :
Vidya, i.e., wisdom and Avidya, ignorance, show paths mutually opposite in directions and are far distant to each other. I consider Nachiketa as a true aspirant of wisdom (or knowledge) who is not lured by the [...]

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