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This book covers Adavaita Makranda it means honey found in flowers. The upanisad mantras like a flower many are chanting and enjoy this flower.
An Exposition of the One, Only, True and Efficacious Baptism of Christ, addressed more particualrly to the inhabitants of Scotland, for their inaormation concerning the doctrine of the people called Quakers, in relation to that subject: wherein the objections advanced against it by Alexander Pirie in his Dissertation on Baptism ar examined and answered
Everything be it living or non-living composed of two parts; one gross (“Sthool”) and another subtle, Fine (“Sukshm”). Gross part is visible, can be touched, it has some weight and it occupies some space. Were as subtle part is not visible, can’t be touched, has no weight and doesn’t occupy any space. This can only be felt experienced. Out of feeling and experience one knows that everything in its interior is composed of subtle part. Whole interior consists of it. When one experiences its interior, subtle part, a phenomenon, a situation inside is felt. It is found that it is boundless, infinite, vast, vibrant and living. When experience goes deeper, a realization comes that it is everywhere, inside and outside, every matter, form, living or non-living, everywhere. One more experience comes to understanding that where is its origin? Where from it comes. Source remains untraced. Going deeper and deeper in to it, origin becomes a mystery. On more deeper, advance experience is that, it is unknowable. Simply one melts in to the experience and becomes one with it. It is not two now. Ultimate unification with whole happens. Now one comes home, at rest, fully relaxed. No duality, no wavering, nowhere inside, any sort of conflict exists. Simply one is calm-quit, tranquil and at ease. Nothing happens at that level. It remains always untouched from any external circumstances. Its expansion is infinite, very vast. Its depth, height and spread are boundless. All is the function, dimension of the subtle part. This is the nature of the interior space, which on experience spreads to outer space, emptiness, and cosmic space. Its nature is expansion, always expanding, always developing, knows no stoppage. The interior subtle part is called consciousness; Atma, sunnya avastha, sunnyata, nirakar and we in oshodhara call it as inner sky (Antar Aakash). The gross part in body is like a container, which contains Antar Aakash (Inner Sky, Space) as content. The experience of consciousness makes tremendous changes in the body-mind system of one individual. One is no longer the same as before. Externally the same human being with same form. Internally he is nowhere, always bondage free, nowhere fixed, no one can fix him. But he can fix himself as per his choice, as a drama, to come to the level of these surrounding him. So that they are not hurt. To be as a common in the eyes of all his relatives, inquire, critics and all others, he willfully plays many actions. But he lives in his pure witnessing consciousness, utter vibrant silence. Vibrant silence becomes his strength. Everything what he wants flows from this inner stage of silence. Now he has known the source which is one and inside. Many external manifestations happen from that one silent, vast, eternal, “Amrit”, consciousness. In ordinary sense he is very stable. His consciousness never waves.
Walking, talking numbers. Dancing frogs. A wandering group of lost letters. The One and Only 1, 2, 3 Book stars a number 1 with a high opinion of itself, but it must compete for attention in this humorous counting book from artist R. O. Blechman. By the time the pages are brimming with numeric activity and the one and only 1 begins searching for the solo spotlight of a less-crowded space, readers will be clamoring to count down from 10 and start all over again!
Readings for each day of the year, accompanied by references to related Bible verses, are designed to help teenagers make good choices in their daily lives.
These assessment questions for The One and Only Ivan are modeled after current testing models requiring students to revisit the text for answers. Students have to support their opinions and inferences with examples from the text.