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MANDUKYA

MANDUKYA

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ìì =t∞= +¤t¤f=ªa ìì

¯=x == f=· -t = ¤t= x ¤t
=x ¤-¤ =t=f=¤ ¬¤t· ì
fª¤ª ªx ªaz¤t”=ªa=f=–
·¤ ¬ = x ¤fra ¤xt¤· ìì
ª¤fªa = z-xt ¤<¤¤t·
ª¤fªa =· ¤ ªt f¤Œ¤ xt· ì
ª¤fªa =ªat≠¤t =fªz= f=·
ª¤fªa =t ª rª¤fax ¤ta ìì
¯ ¬tf-a· ¬tf-a· ¬tf-a· ìì
Aum! O gods, with our ears may we hear
that which is auspicious; Adorable Ones,
with our eyes may we see that which is
auspicious; while praising the gods with
steady limbs, may we enjoy the life that is
allotted by the gods.
May Indra of ancient fame be auspicious to
us; may Pusan and the Visva-Devas be
propitious to us; may Tarksya, of
unhampered movement, be well disposed
towards us; may Brihaspati ensure our
welfare.
Aum! Peace! Peace! Peace!
=tf=-¤ ax=ªf=x”=¤ aª¤t¤·¤tפt=
= a =¤≥f¤„¤fxfa =¤ =t˚tª ¤¤ ì
¤¬t-¤a ¤=t¬tata ax·¤t˚tª ¤¤ ìì·ìì
1. Aum, this syllable is all this. An
explanation of that. All that is past, the
present and the future, all this is only the
syllable aum. And whatever else there is
beyond the threefold time, that too is only
the syllable aum.
=¤ ” n ax ª˜t¤=t-=t ª˜
=t:¤=t-=t ¬a „¤ta ìì-ìì
2. All this is verily, Brahman. This self is
Brahman. This same self has four quarters.
¬tnfªaª¤t=t ªfr„ ¤¬· =πtx
¤=t=f¤ ¬fa= =· ª¤ ¬= ·¤ Œt=ª·
¤¤=· ¤tx· ìì;ìì
3. The first quarter is Vaisvanara, whose
sphere is the waking state, who cognises
external objects, who has seven limbs and
nineteen mouths and who experiences
gross objects.
ª¤. ¤ª¤t=t:-a· ¤¬· =πtx ¤=t=f¤ ¬fa= =·
¤f¤f¤†= = a ¬=t √at¤· ¤tx· ìì×ìì
4. The second quarter is taijasa, whose
sphere is the dream state, who cognises
internal objects, who has seven limbs and
nineteen mouths, and who experiences the
subtle objects.
¤¤ = πt = =¬= =t= =t=¤a
= =¬= ª¤. ¤ ¤≈¤fa a-= ª π= ì
= ª πª¤t= ¤=t= a· ¤¬t=¤= ¤¤t=-x=¤t
nt=-x= = ¬ at= =· ¤t¬ªa at¤· ¤tx· ìì-ìì
5. Where one, being fast asleep, does not
desire any desire whatsoever and does not
see any dream whatsoever, that is deep
sleep. The third quarter is prajna, whose
sphere is the state of deep sleep, who has
become one, who is verily, a mass of
cognition, who is full of bliss and who
experiences bliss, whose face is thought.
¤ª =¤Œª ¤ª =¤ ¬ ¤ªt:-a¤t -¤ ª
¤tf=· =¤ ª¤ ¤=¤t·¤¤t fr = at=t= ìì·ìì
6. This is the lord of all, this is the knower
of all, this is the inner controller; this is the
source of all; this is the beginning and the
end of beings.
-tt-a· ¤¬ = ªfr„ ¤¬ =t=¤a· ¤¬ =
¤¬t=¤= = ¤¬ =t ¤¬= ì
=rz=·¤¤rt¤ = ntn=¬===f¬--¤=–
·¤¤x ≈¤= =t-= ¤-¤¤=tª ¤¤¬t¤¬=
¬t-a f¬¤=√ a ¬a¤
=-¤-a = =t-=t = f¤¬ ¤· ìììì
7. Turiya is not that which cognises the
internal, not that which cognises the
external, not what cognises both of them,
not a mass of cognition, not cognitive, not
non-cognitive. It is unseen, incapable of
being spoken of, unnameable, the essence
of the knowledge of the one self, that into
which the world is resolved, the peaceful,
the benign, the non-dual, such, they think,
is the fourth quarter. He is the self; He is to
be known.
ªt:¤=t-=t:·¤=ª=t˚tªt:f¤=t¤ ¤txt =t¤t
=t¤tƒ ¤txt ==tª ==tªt ==tª zfa ìì=ìì
8. This is the self, which is of the nature
of the syllable aum, in regard to its
elements. The quarters are the elements, the
elements are the quarters, namely the letter,
a, the letter u, and the letter m.
¬tnfªaª¤t=t ¤ Œt=ªt:=tª· ¤¤=t
=t¤t::π ªtfx=-¤t√t. ¤tfa r ¤
=¤t -=t=t=tfxƒ =¤fa ¤ ¤¤ ¤ x ìì·ìì
9. Vaisvanara, whose sphere is the
waking state, is the letter a, the first
element, either from the root ap to obtain
or from being the first. He who knows this,
obtains, verily, all desires, also he becomes
first.
ª¤. ¤ª¤t=ªa ¬= ==tªt f√at¤t
=t¤t-=ªt x =¤-¤t√t-=ª fa r ¤
¬t==-afa ==t=ƒ =¤fa
=tª¤t ª˜f¤-= ¬ =¤fa ¤ ¤¤ ¤ x ìì··ìì
10. Taijasa, whose sphere is the dream
state, is the letter u, the second element,
from exaltation or inter-mediateness. He
who knows this exalts, verily, the
continuity of knowledge and he becomes
equal; in his family is born no one who
does not know Brahman.
= ª πª¤t=· ¤t¬t ==tªªa at¤t =t¤t
f=a ª¤ta ¤t f==tfa r ¤t zx”
=¤ =¤tfaƒ =¤fa ¤ ¤¤ ¤ x ìì··ìì
11. Prajna, whose sphere is the state of
deep sleep is the letter m, the third element,
either from the root mi, to measure or
because of merging. He who knows this
measures all this and merges also.
==t¤ƒa ¤t :·¤¤rt¤ · ¤¤¬t¤¬=· f¬¤t:√ a
¤¤=t ˚tª =t-= ¤ = f¤¬-¤t-==t-=t= ¤ ¤¤
¤ x ¤ ¤¤ ¤ x ìì·-ìì
12. The fourth is that which has no
elements, which cannot be spoken of, into
which the world is resolved, benign, non-
dual. Thus the syllable aum is the very self.
He who knows it thus enters the self with
his self.
zfa =t∞= +¤t¤f=ªa ==tπt ìì

m. into which the world is resolved. 9. the first element.idƒ . the letter u.˚. u [ imterp7tev.r Iit 00*00 j. the benign. the essence of the knowledge of the one self. 8. in regard to its elements.nroåk. also he becomes first.Áml=5micNTym– R [ Vypde≈ymek.R imnoit h v.r a. the elements are the quarters.[b˜ivTkule .vit y Ev' ved 00(00 SvµpSq.ro i√t7y.+oTkW. all desires.nsNtit' sm. not that which cognises the external. not non-cognitive.nStwjs ¶k. from exaltation or inter-mediateness. He who knows it thus enters the self with his self.Ut.+.√.no vwŒ. verily.r' ppçopxm' [ x.+. This is the self. and the letter m.Tmv sivxTy.ro mk.ååπr. s ivDy" e 00^00 00&00 Soåym. incapable of being spoken of.idm_v.yt"[pD' n pD.m9 [ N. whose sphere is the waking state. the peaceful. m. Prajna.n. the continuity of knowledge and he becomes equal.d.n' y Ev' e w ' ved y Ev' ved 00!@00 6. namely the letter. in his family is born no one who does not know Brahman.m.ƒ p. 11.EW svŒr EW svRD EWoåNty.+. unnameable.girtSq. The quarters are the elements.nƒ .Tm. is the fourth quarter.π. Turiya is not that which cognises the internal.Tm.[pDm9 0 [ [ a΢mVyvh.Tm[pTyys. Thus the syllable aum is the very self.RMyeW yoin" svRSy p.n" p.å?y=rmo˚.roåi/m.√oTkWRit h vw u D. a. to measure or because of merging. This is the lord of all..Nt"[pD' n bih„[pD' no. He is the self. 10.n`n' n pD' n.yTv. benign. He who knows this measures all this and merges also. this is the source of all. this is the beginning and the end of beings. not what cognises both of them. is the letter a.ymg.r ¶k. this is the knower of all. not cognitive. It is unseen.d.RNk.+' p. this is the inner controller. that into which the world is resolved.vit n.∞2uKyopinWt9 sm.poit h vw e µ sv. either from the root ap to obtain or from being the first. not a mass of cognition.Sy.+ƒtqoåVyvh. verily. He who knows this exalts.vit y Ev' ved 00!)00 suWπSq. 7.r" pqm.Tmn.y" ppçopxm" ixvoå√t u R R [ w Evm. the second element. He is to be known. either from the root mi. nondual.v.Do mk. The fourth is that which has no elements. they think. Id” svRmp7itƒ . ak. such. m.vit y Ev' ved 00!!00 am. is the letter u. which is of the nature of the syllable aum. whose sphere is the state of deep sleep is the letter m.Nt' ixvm√wt' ctuq] mNyNte s a. [ m.+. Iit m.Tm. He who knows this. the third element.Rd. the non-dual. whose sphere is the dream state. Vaisvanara.rStOt7y. obtains. Taijasa. 00 . 12. which cannot be spoken of. m.Pyyø ih .n.

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