IN THE SECOND VERSE of the Mandukya Upanishad we find one of the four great utterances (mahavakyas) of the Upanishads. This self is Brahman (ayam atma brahma). The realization of this statement is not an experience, but a metaphysical insight, falling outside the realm of duality. With this realization disappears our ignorance as to the nondual nature of the reality and, along with it, all the rapport which had been established between the I and the non-I
As long as there is a seeking, there is the sense of separation. As long as there is a . . .
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