Yoga The Alpha and Omega Vol 10 ~ 07
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|date & time||7 May 1976 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 40min. Quality: good.|
Sanskrit chant before discourse.
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- Reader of the sutras: unidentified woman. Chant by Ma Yoga Taru.
- The sutras
- 18. The modifications of the mind are always known by its lord, due to the constancy of the purusa, pure consciousness.
- 19. The mind is not self-illuminating, because it is itself perceptible.
- 20. It is impossible for the mind to know itself and any other object at the same time.
- 21. If it were assumed that a second mind illuminates the first, cognitiion of cognition would also have to be assumed, and a confusion of memories.
- 22. Knowledge of its own nature through self-cognition is obtained when consciousness assumes that form in which it does not pass from place to place.
- 23. When the mind is colored by the knower and the known, it is all-apprehending.
- 24. Though variegated by innumerable desires, the mind acts for another, for its acts in association.
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