michael at shepherd87.fsnet.co.uk
Thu Feb 26 05:33:21 CST 2009
One further question about Panchadashi 8 and chid-aabhaasa please, since I
don't have the Sanskrit or a transliteration :
In such phrases as 'the intellect is inert' is 'buddhi' the word translated
English blurs the distinction in translation between manas, buddhi and
chitta, with words like 'mind' or 'intellect', and it's rather vital to
understanding this operation of 'reflection'.
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--- On Wed, 2/25/09, Bhadraiah Mallampalli <vaidix at hotmail.com> wrote:
>The realization is shifting my identity with anaatma to >my true nature -
that is done by with the intellect only >- hence scripture says mind alone
is responsible for both >ignornace and knowledge.
Could please give a quote, just the wording.
Bhadraiahji - PraNAms
You may find this in the AmRitabindu Upanishad.
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