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Upanishads
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SVETASVATAROPANISHAD

Just as fire when it abides in its womb, the woods, is not seen in its manifest form but yet exists and appears to view when the wood bums, even so do both aspects of abiding unmanifest and being drawn out apply to the Spirit in the body. The Pranava can enable the Spirit to be perceived.

1-13

Make your body the nether piece and Pranava the upper piece of the Arani and chum with the practice of meditation. Thus will you be enabled to perceive the concealed Divinity within.

1-14

As oil in the oil-seed, ghee in the curdled milk and water in the riverbed, so can that be obtained out of the self, through truth and restraint of thought and the senses.

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