SUBTLER THAN THE SUBTLEST MIND

SUBTLER THAN THE SUBTLEST MIND{purely Original Discourse}

SHRII SHRII ÁNANDAMÚRTI

date unknown, INDIA

Mahatá Param Avyaktam Avyaktá Puruśa;

Puruśamgam Parama kiiṋcitsá kastá sá Parágati.

What is Para?

Wherever compete is made, it was explained in this shloka; that the Superior One is called Para and the Inferior one is called Apara.

When in some portion of the Cognitive Entity, in the course of metamorphosis, the metamorphosed portion of the Cognitive Entity is called Apara Brahma and the pure Cognitive portion the portion which remains unassailed, unaffected by the binding principle would be, is called Para Brahma.

Mahatá Param – Now when the cognition comes under the binding influence of the Operative Principle, that is when the Operative Principle becomes Great, in that case, that metamorphosed portion of Cognition is called Mahat, it is the Subtlest Mind.

Mahatá param Avyaktam - Avayaktam is subtler, is superior to the subtlest mind. That is, the Operative Principle is subtler, is superior to the Subtlest portion of Mind.

Mahatá paramam Avayaktam, Avayaktam Mahata Paramastithi – here “Avayaktam” means the Operative Principle because Cognition or Cognitive Entity is metamorphosed into “I feeling” by the Operative Principle ….referenced ….by dexterous Operative Principle, that’s why the Operative Principle is Superior to Pure Mind or “I feeling”.

Avyaktá Puruśa; Puruśamgam parama – Now this Avayakta ….. the Operative Principle, she is inferior to Puruśa, the Supreme Puruśa, the Supreme Consciousness. Why?

The Puruśa is the shelter of the Operative Principle. Operative Principle is not the shelter of Puruśa.

Puruśa is the shelter of Operative Principle and that’s why Puruśa is called Náráyańa.

Nárá, ”Nárá” means the Operative Principle and “áyańa” means shelter.

Parama Puruśa is the shelter of the Operative Principle, is the shelter of unmanifest, is the shelter of Avayaktam and that’s why Parama Puruśa is Superior to, is greater than that Avayakta, the Operative Principle.

Parama Puruśa is the “Transcendental Entity”, and the Operative Principle is its Innate Principle.
Puruśamgam parama kiiṋcit  and Puruśa is the Supreme Entity and there is no other entity who is Superior to the Puruśa. Why?

Because HE is the Transcendental Entity, that’s why, HE is the Sublimest, HE is the Subtlest Entity and that’s why sá kastá sá Parágati.

Puruśa is the Supreme Desideratum of Human life, Supreme Goal of Human life.

Sá kastá sá parágati,HE is the terminus of all Movements, HE is the Supreme Goal of each and every entity of this Expressed Universe.

A Sádhaka’s Sádhaná, the Sádhaná of a Spiritual aspirant is for this Puruśa and for nobody else and for no other Entity.

SUBTLER THAN THE SUBTLEST MIND{purely Original Discourse}

SHRII SHRII ÁNANDAMÚRTI

date unknown, INDIA

[properly corrected and edited version]

Mahatá Param Avyaktam Avyaktá Puruśa;

Puruśamgam Parama kiiṋcit Sá kastá Sá Parágati.

What is Para?

Wherever compete/complete is made, between two objects, two entities, it was explained in this shloka; that then the Superior One is called Para and the Inferior one is called Apara.

When some portion of the Cognitive Entity, in the course of metamorphosis, then the metamorphosed portion of the Cognitive Entity is called Apara Brahma and the pure Cognitive portion the portion which remains unassailed, unaffected by the binding influence of Operative Entity, is called Para Brahma.

Mahatá Param Avyaktam – Now when the cognition comes under the binding influence of the Operative Principle, that is when the Operative Principle becomes Great, in that case, that metamorphosed portion of Cognition is called Mahat, it is the Subtlest Mind.

Mahatá param Avyaktam - Avayaktam is subtler, is superior to the subtlest mind. That is, the Operative Principle is subtler, is superior to the Subtlest portion of Mind.

Mahatá paramam Avayaktam, Avayaktam Mahata Paramastithi – here “Avayaktam” means the Operative Principle, because Cognition or Cognitive Entity is metamorphosed into “I feeling” by the Operative Principle, the influence, by dexterous influence of the Operative Principle, that’s why Operative Principle is Superior to Pure Mind or “I feeling”.

Avyaktá Puruśa param – Now this Avayakta, uninfluence Operative Principle, she is inferior to Puruśa, the Supreme Puruśa, the Supreme Consciousness. Why?

The Puruśa is the shelter of the Operative Principle.

Operative Principle is not the shelter of Puruśa.

Puruśa is the shelter of Operative Principle and that’s why Puruśa is called Náráyańa.

Nárá, ”Nárá means the Operative Principle and “áyańa” means shelter.

Parama Puruśa is the shelter of the Operative Principle, is the shelter of unmanifest, is the shelter of Avayaktam and that’s why Parama Puruśa is Superior to, is greater than the Avayakta, the Operative Principle.

Parama Puruśa is the “Transcendental Entity”, and the Operative Principle is HIS  Innate Principle.
Puruśamgam parama kiin
̭cit and Puruśa is the Supreme Entity and there is no other entity Superior to the Puruśa. Why?

Because HE is the Transcendental Entity, that’s why, HE is the Sublimest, HE is the Subtlest Entity and that’s why sá kastá sá Parágati.

Puruśa is the Supreme Desideratum of Human life, Supreme Goal of Human life.

Sá kastá sá parágati, HE is the terminus of all Movements, HE is the Supreme Goal of each and every entity of this Expressed Universe.

A Sádhaka’s Sádhaná, the Sádhaná of a Spiritual aspirant is for this Puruśa and for nobody else and for no other Entity.