Monthly Archives: April 2015

Corbin on the radical difference between Mulla Sadra and existentialism

“Elsewhere, in editing and translating one of his books (the Kitab al-Masha’ir, I have sketched the radical difference separating Mullâ Sadrâ’s metaphysic of existence from what has in our day taken the name “existentialism.” For Mulla Sadrâ the degree of … Continue reading

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Kundalini Yoga

(1) Only joined with Power has the God power to rule, otherwise He cannot even quiver-and so You are worthy of adoration by Hari, Hara, Virinci, and all the rest, and so how dare I who’ve done nothing meritorious reverence … Continue reading

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“Fifteen Verses of Wisdom”

1. The brilliance of the One Being’s light does not vanish in external light or in darkness because all light and darkness resides in the supreme light of God Consciousness. 2. This Being is called Lord Siva. He is the … Continue reading

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Gaudapada’s Karika (trans. Swami Nikhilananda)

  1 Visva is all—pervading, the experiencer of external objects. Taijasa is the cognizer of internal objects. Prajna is a mass of consciousness. It is one alone that is thus known in the three states. 2 Visva is the cognizer … Continue reading

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The Mandukya Upanishad (trans. Eknath Easwaran)

May we hear only what is good for all. May we see only what is good for all. May we serve you, Lord of Love, all our life. May we be used to spread your peace on earth. OM shanti … Continue reading

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Eastern Metaphysics

Intellectual intuition is even more immediate than sensory intuition, for it is beyond the distinction between subject and object which the latter allows to subsist; it is at once the means of knowledge and the knowledge itself, and in it … Continue reading

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Excerpts from the Upanishads (trans. Eknath Easwaran)

All this is full. All that is full. From fullness, fullness comes. When fullness is taken from fullness, Fullness still remains. OM shanti shanti shanti   Teaching of Yajnavalkya about the Self The Path to Immortality 4.1 “Maitreyi,” Yajnavalkya said … Continue reading

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