Sarvasar Upanishad ~ 17
सर्वसार उपनिषद ~ 17
|date & time||16 Jan 1972, 19:00|
|location||Matheran, meditation camp|
|language||Hindi & English|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 45min. Quality: good (under revision).|
|online text||find a PDF transcript of this event|
- See Talk:Osho Timeline 1972. English part of this event published as That Art Thou #17
CD-ROM about That Art Thou: "Originally titled "Sarvasar Upanishad" (first 17 discourses at Matheran), "Kaivalya Upanishad" (second 17 discourses at Mt. Abu) and "Adhyatma Upanishad" (last 17 discourses at Mt. Abu). Discourses were in Hindi and English, the tapes produced as "That Art Thou" are the English parts."
- Reader of the sutra: Ma Yoga Taru, also chanting.
- English part:
- The sutra
- I am the Brahman known by the whole vedanta (that which is beyond all knowledge). And I am neither ether nor air, nor anything that I appear to be.
- I am neither form, nor name, nor action, but only Brahman which is satchidananda (existence, awareness, and bliss).
- I am not the body, so how can I be subject to birth and death? I am not the vital breath, so how can I be subject to hunger and thirst? I am not the mind, so how can I be subject to sorrow and attachment? I am not the doer, so how can I be subject to bondage and freedom?
- Such is the mystery.
- Here ends the Sarvasar Upanishad.
- The sutra
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