Ananda Sutram of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

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Chapter 1: BRAHMA CHAKRA: THE CYCLE OF CREATION
 1-1. Shiva shaktya’tmakam Brahma.

 [Brahma is the composite of Shiva and Shakti.]  1-2. Shaktih Sa' Shivasya Shaktih.

 [Shakti (the Operative Principle) is the shakti (force) of Shiva.]  1-3. Tayoh siddhih saincare prati saincare ca

 [Purus'a and Prakrti find their fulfilment in saincara  (extroversial movement) and pratisaincara (introversial movement.]

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 1-4. Parama shivah Purus'ottamah vishvasya kendram  [Supreme Consciousness at the nucleus of the universe is known as Paramashiva orPurus'ottama.]  1-5. Pravrti mukhii saincarah gun'a dha'ra'ya'm  [Saincara (in the Cosmic Cycle) is the gradual extroversial movement under the increasing influence of the gun'as (binding principles).]

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 1-6. Nivrtti mukhii prati saincarah gun'a' vaks'a yen'a  [Pratisaincara (in the Cosmic Cycle) is the gradual introversial movement under the waning influence of the gun'as.]  1-7. Drk Purus'ah darshanam' Shaktishca

 [Purus'a is the substantiator, the ultimate witness ( the actional faculty of Prakrti is the act of witnessing (and that which is witnessed).]

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 1-8. Gun'a bandha nena gun'a'bhi vyaktih

 [As the gun'as increase their bondage,they express themselves fully in the emergence of the fundamental factors.]  1-9. sa'mya' Gun'a' dhikye jad'a sphot'a h bhu'ta bha'va't

 [Due to excessive pressure of the gun'as, proper balance among the bhu'tas (five fundamental factors) is lost and jad'asphot'a (explosion of matter) occurs.]

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 1-10. Gun'a prabha' vena bhu'ta saunghars'a'd balam  [Due to the increasing influence of the gun'as, clash occurs among the fundamental factors and bala (energy) is produced.]  1-11. Deha kendri ka'n'i bhu'ta'n'i bala'ni pra'n'a'h parin'a'ma

 [The resultant interial force forming the nucleus within the physical structure and maintaining its solidarity, is called pra'n'a'h (vital energy).

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 1-12. Tiivra saunghar s'en'a na cu'rn'ii bhu'ta'ni jad'a'ni citta'n'u ma'nasa dha'tuh va'.  [Due to excessive clash, some crude matter is pulverized, and citta'n'u( ectoplasmic particles), or mind-stuff, is evolved.]  1-13. Vyas't'I dehe citta'n'u samava' yena citta bodhah  [Through the combination of ectoplasmic particles in the unit structure, the feeling of citta (objective mind) evolves.]

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 1-14. Citta't gun'a' vaks'a ye rajogun'a pra'balye aham  [As the influence of the gun'as wanes and rajogun'a becomes dominant, the aham (sense of doer-ship) evolves out of the citta.]  1-15. Su'ks'ma'bhi mukhinii gati rudaye aham' tattva'n mahat  [With further movement towards the subtle, the mahat evolves out of the aham'tattva.]

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 1-16. Citta'd aham' pra'balye buddhih

 [When the aham is greater than the citta, the buddhi (intellect) evolves.]  1-17. bodhih Aham' tattvat mahad pra' balye

 [When the mahat is greater than the aham, the bodhi (intuition) evolves.]

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 1-18. Mahad aham' varjite anagrasare jiivadehe lata'gulme kevalam' cittam.  [In undeveloped living organisms, creepers and shrubs where aham and mahat have not yet evolved, there is only citta.]  1-19. Mahad varjite anagrasare jiivadehe lata'gulme citta yukta' ham  [In undeveloped organisms, creepers and shrubs where mahat has not yet evolved, there is aham as well as citta.]

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 1-20. Pra' grasare jiive lata' gulme ma'nus'e mahad aham' citta' ni  [In developed organisms, creepers and shrubs, as well as in humans, there is mahat, aham and citta.]  1-21. Bhu'ma' vya'pte Mahati aham' citta yor pran'a' she sagun'a' sthitih  Savi kalpa sama' dhih va'.  [When the aham and the citta merge into the Macrocosmic Mahat, the merger is called sagun'a'sthiti or savikalpa sama'dhi.]

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 1-22. A'tmani mahad pran'a' she nirgun'a' sthi tih nirvi kalpa sama'dhih va'  [When the mahat merges into the A'tman, it is called nirgun'a'sthiti (state of objectlessness) or nirvikalpa sama'dhi (the trance of indeterminate absorption, or total suspension, of the mind)].  -23. Tasya sthitih ama'nasi kes'u  [This state (of nirvikalpa sama'dhi) is beyond the mind.]

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 1-24. Abha' vottara' nanda pratyaya' lamba niirvrttih tasya pra ma'n'am  [The lingering bliss which follows this state of vacuity is the proof of that state, the means of firm belief in that state.]  1-25. Bha'vah bha'va' tiita yoh setuh Ta'ra ka brahma  [The bridge between Nirgun'a Brahma and Sagun'a Brahma is called Ta'raka (Liberating) Brahma.]

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 2-1. Anuku'la veda niiyam' sukham  [A congenial mental feeling is called happiness.]

 2-2. Sukha'nu raktih parama' jaevii vrttih.
 [The attachment to happiness is the primary vrtti (propensity) of living beings.]

 2-3. Sukham anantam a'nandam
 [Infinite happiness is a'nanda (bliss).]

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 2-4. A'nandam' Brahma itya'huh  [This a'nanda is called Brahma.]  2-5. Tasminn upalabdhe parama' trs'n'a' ni vrttih  [That (Brahma) having been attained, all thirst is permanently quenched.]  2-6. Br hades'an'a' pran'idha' nam' ca dharmah  [To long for and run after the Great is dharma.]

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 2-7. Tas ma'd dharmah sada' ka' ryah  [Therefore dharma should always be practised.]  2-8. Vi s'aye purus'a'va bha'sah jii va'tma'  [The reflection of Purus'a in a unit object is called the jiiva'tma' (unit soul).]

 2-9.

A'tmani satta' sam' sthi tih

 [Every entity is embedded finally in the A'tman.]

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 2-10. Otah protah yoga' bhya'm' sam' yuktah Puru s'o tta mah  [Purus'ottama is linked to each entity individually and to all entities collectively.]  2-11. Ma'nasa' tiite ana vastha' ya'm' jagad biijam

 [The seed of the universe lies beyond the mind, in a state the mind cannot comprehend.]

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 2-12. Sa gun'a't srs't'I rut pattih.

 [The creation originates from Sagun'a Brahma.]  2-13. Purus'a dehe jagada' bha'sah

 [The universe takes form within the Cognitive Body.]  2-14. Brahma Satyam' jagadapi satym a'pe ks'i kam  [Brahma is Absolute Truth; the universe is also truth, but relative.]

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 2-15. Purus'ah akarta' phala sa'ks'ii bhu'tah bha'va Kendra sthi tah gun'a yant ra' ka shca  [Purus'a does no action (directly), but is the witnessing entity of actions and reactions; located at the nucleus of Sagun'a Brahma, He is the controller of the gun'as.]  2-16. Akar trii vis'a ya sam'yukta' Buddhih Ma ha dva'  [The Buddhitattva, or Mahattattva, itself is not the doer but remains associated with objects.]

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 2-17. kta' Aham' karta' pra tya ks'a pha la bho

 [The Aham is the doer, and directly enjoys or suffers the results of action.]  2-18. Karma pha lam' cittam

 [The citta takes the form of the results of actions.]  2-19. Vikrta citta sya pu'rva' vastha' pra'ptir phala bhogah  [The process through which the distorted citta regains its original state is the enjoyment or suffering of the results of actions.]

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 2-20.

Na sva rgo na ra sa' ta lah

 [There is neither heaven nor hell.]  2-21. Bhu'ma' citte sain cara dha' ra' ya'm' jad'a' bha' sah.  [In the flow of saincara, matter takes form in the Cosmic citta.]

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 2-22. Bhu'ta laks'a n'a't makam' bhu'ta ba'hi t am' bhu' ta saun gha rs'a span da nam' tan ma' ram.

 [Tanma'tras (microscopic fractions of bhu'tas, or fundamental factors) represent the bhu'tas, are carried by the bhu'tas, and are created by vibrations from the clash within the bhu'tas.]

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 2-23. Bhu' tam' tan ma' tre n'a pari cii ya te

 Tanma'tras (microscopic fractions of bhu'tas, or fundamental factors) represent the bhu'tas, are carried by the bhu'tas, and are created by vibrations from the clash within the bhu'tas.]  2-24. Dva' rah na'd'ii rasah pii t'ha' tma ka' ni in dri ya'n'i

 [The indriyas (organs) are the composite of: the gateways of the organs, the nerves, the nerve fluid, and the appropriative piit'has (seats) of the organs(in the brain).]

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 3-1. Painca kos'a't mika' jae vii satta' kada lii pus'pa vat  [The indriyas (organs) are the composite of: the gateways of the organs, the nerves, the nerve fluid, and the appropriative piit'has (seats) of the organs (in the brain).]  3-2. Sapta loka'tma kam' Brah ma ma nah.  [The Cosmic Mind is the composite of seven lokas (layers, worlds).]

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 3-3. Ka' ra n'a mana si diirgha nidra' ma ra n'am.  [Long sleep in the causal mind is death.  3-4. Mano vikrtih vipa'ka' peks'ita' sam's ka'rah  [A distortion of the mind-stuff waiting for expression (i.e., a reaction in potentiality) is known as a sam'ska'ra.]

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 3-5. Vi dehii ma'nase na kartr tvam' na su kha'ni na duh kha' ni  [In the bodiless mind there is no doership, no feeling of pleasure or pain.]  3-6. Abhi bha' va na't citta' n'u srs't'a preta dar sha nam

 [The sight of ghosts is created by the citta'n'u (mindstuff in concentrated thought.]

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 3-7. Hi taes'a n'a' pres'I to' pa var gah  [The requital of an action is guided by the (divine) longing for welfare.]

 3-8. Mu ktya' ka'un ks'a ya' sad guru pra' ptih
 [Out of the intense desire for mukti (liberation), one attains one's sadguru (perfect master).]

 3-9. Brah mae va guru rekah na' pa rah
 [Only Brahma is the guru, no one else.]

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 3-10. Va' dha' sa' yus'a ma'na' sha ktih se vyam' stha' pa yati laks'ye  [Obstacles are the helping forces that establish one in the goal.]  3-11. Pra' rthana' arcana' ma' traeva bhra ma mu' lam

 [Prayer and ritualistic worship become a source of confusion.]

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 3-12. Bhak tir bha ga va dbha' va na' na stu tir na' arcana'  [Devotion is ideation on God, not flattery of God or ritualistic worship.]

Chapter 4: CREATION OF THE UNIVERSE AND KUNDALINI
 4-1. Tri gun'a't mika' srs't'i ma'trka' ashes'a trikon'a dha'ra'  The Tri-attributional primordial force (Progenitrix of creation) flows on in endless Triangular forms  4-2. Tri bhu' je Sa' sva ru' pa pa ri n'a'ma't mika'

 [In the triangle of forces, the three attributes of Prakrti are locked in endless mutual transformation

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 4-3. Pra thama' avyakte Sa' Shi va'nii ken dre ca Parama shivah  [In the first stage (not yet a stage of actual manifestation), Prakrti is called Shiva'nii, and the witnessing Purus'a at the nucleus is called Paramashiva.]  4-4. Dvi tiiya' sa ka le pratha mod game Bhae ravii Bhae rava' shri ta'.

 [In the second phase, when the germ of evolution sprouts, Prakrti is called Bhaeravii, and the witnessing Purus'a is called Bhaerava.]

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 4-5. Sadrsha pa rin'a' mena Bhava' nii Sa' Bha va da' ra'  [In the vibrational world there is a sequence of similarity of curvatures (homogenesis). Here Prakrti is called Bhava'nii and the witnessing Purus'a is called Bhava.]  4-6. Sham bhu' liunga't tasya vya ktih.  [The process of creation starts from Shambhu'liunga.]

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 4-7. Sthu' lii bha vane ni drita' sa' kun' d'a li nii  [In the ultimate state of crudification, the para'shakti lying dormant at Svayambhu'liunga is called the kun'd'alinii ("coiled serpentine").]  4-8. Kun'd'a linii sa' mu' lii bhu'ta' rn'a't mi ka'  [The kun'd'alinii is the (force of)fundamental negativity.]

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 5-1. Varn'a pradha' nata' cakra dha'ra' ya'm  [In the movement of the social cycle, one class is always dominant.]  5-2. Ca kra ken dre sa dvipra'h cakra ni yantra ka'h  [Located in the nucleus of the social cycle, sadvipras control the social cycle.]

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 5-3. Shakti sam pa'tena cakra gati var dhanam' kra'n tih  [Accelerating the movement of the social cycle by the application of force is called "evolution".]  5-4. Tiivra shakti sam pa'tena gati vardha nam' viplavah

 [Accelerating the movement of the social cycle by the application of tremendous force is called "revolution".]

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 5-5. Shakti sam pa'tena vi pa rii ta dha' ra' ya'm' vi kra'n tih  [Reversing the movement of the social cycle by the application of force is called "counterevolution".]  5-6. Tii vra shakti sam pa'tena vi pa rii ta dha' ra' yam' pra ti vi pla vah  [Reversing the movement of the social cycle by the application of tremendous force is called "counterrevolution".]

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 5-7. Pu'r n'a' varta nena pari kra'n tih.  [A complete rotation of the social cycle is called "peripheric evolution".]

 5-8. Vae ci tryam' pra'krta dhar mah sa ma'nam' na bha vis'ya ti
 [Diversity, not identity, is the law of nature.]  5-9. Yuga sya sarva nimna pra yo janam' sar ves'a'm' vidhe yam  [The minimum requirements of an age should be guaranteed to all.]

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 5-10. Ati rik tam' pra da' ta vyam' gun'a' nu pa'tena  [The surplus wealth should be distributed among meritorious people according to the degree of their merit.]  5-11. Sarva nimna ma'na vardha nam' sama'ja jiiva laks'a n'am.  [Increasing the minimum standard of living of the people is the indication of the vitality of society.]

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 5-12. Sa ma'ja' de she na vina' dhana sain cayah akar ta vyah.  [No individual should be allowed to accumulate any physical wealth without the clear permission or approval of the collective body.]  5-13. Sthu' la su' ks'ma ka' ran'e s'u ca ra mo pa yo gah  Pra kra ta vyah vi ca'ra sama r thi tam' van't'a nain ca

 [There should be maximum utilization and rational distribution of all mundane, supramundane and spiritual potentialities of the universe.]

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 5-14. Vya s't'i nasa' adhya't mika  sa mas't'i sha' rii ra ma'

Sam bha'va na' ya'm' ca ra m o'pa yoga shca.

 [There should be maximum utilization of the physical, metaphysical and spiritual potentialities of unit and collective bodies of human society.]

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 5-15. Sthu'la su'ks'ma ka'ra n'o'pa yoga'h susantu lita'h vi dhe ya'h.  [There should be a proper adjustment amongst these physical, metaphysical mundane, supramundane and spiritual utilizations.]

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 5-16. Desha ka'la pa' traeh upa yoga'h pa ri var ttan te te  veyuh  [The method of utilization should vary in accordance with changes in time, space and person, and the utilization should be of progressive nature.] Upa yoga'h praga ti shiila'h bha

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