Manas

Download Manas PDF/ePub or read online books in Mobi eBooks. Click Download or Read Online button to get Manas book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

If the content Manas not Found or Blank , you must refresh this page manually.

Manas


Manas
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE

Download Manas PDF/ePub, Mobi eBooks by Click Download or Read Online button. Instant access to millions of titles from Our Library and it’s FREE to try! All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it.



Sri Ram Charit Manas


Sri Ram Charit Manas
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author : S. P. Ojha
language : en
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd.
Release Date : 2003

Sri Ram Charit Manas written by S. P. Ojha and has been published by Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd. this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003 with Rāma (Hindu deity) in literature categories.




Singing The Kyrgyz Manas


Singing The Kyrgyz Manas
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author :
language : en
Publisher: Global Oriental
Release Date : 2011-03-16

Singing The Kyrgyz Manas written by and has been published by Global Oriental this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011-03-16 with Poetry categories.


Today, the Kyrgyz Manas is one of the most celebrated epic heroic poems in the world. At the turn of the new millennium it was appointed a UNESCO ‘Masterpiece in the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Mankind’, signalling its global significance.In contrast to previously published material, this book focuses on one septegenarian contemporary performer, Saparbek Kasmambetov who inherited the oral tradition of his culture, adding details and other elements to his storytelling, as he saw fit. Consequently, the volume does not offer a literal translation in poetic form, but is presented as a story – as originally intended; the contextual/historical account situates Soviet/Kyrgyz with Western accounts of Manas and other epic heroic poetry.

Antahkarana Is The Devotional Love And Noble Aspirations Of Lower Manas Towards His Higher Counterpart


Antahkarana Is The Devotional Love And Noble Aspirations Of Lower Manas Towards His Higher Counterpart
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author : Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
language : en
Publisher: Philaletheians UK
Release Date : 2019-05-30

Antahkarana Is The Devotional Love And Noble Aspirations Of Lower Manas Towards His Higher Counterpart written by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and has been published by Philaletheians UK this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-05-30 with Religion categories.


1. The human manas is pure and impure: divided on earth, united in heaven. The immortal Manas or Higher Ego is an emanation from the Supreme Spirit. Its reflection on earth, fashioned by the creative and intelligent forces in nature, is but a temporary vehicle of its divine parent on earth. The Higher Ego, at incarnation, shoots out a Ray — the lower ego or manas. That portion of the Lower Manas, which is one with the Higher is termed Antahkarana. On it are impressed all good and noble aspirations, and in it are the upward energies of the Lower Manas. The whole fate of an incarnation depends on whether this pure essence, Antahkarana, can restrain Kama-Manas or not. It is the only salvation. Break this and you become an animal. Ahamkara is the perception of “I,” or the sense of one’s personal individuality, typified by the term Egotism. When Manas or Ahamkara thins out the guna “rope” into a single thread, that of Sattva or Purity, it becomes one with the “unevolved evolver” and wins immortality or eternal conscious existence. Shankaracharya renders Sattva or Understanding as Antahkarana, refined by sacrifices and other sanctifying operations. 2. Esoteric overview of Manas: Its potency, functions, and potential. When the lower manas begins to bring forth the green clusters of the philosophical vine for the Husbandman, the “Father” or Higher Ego, the merging process with its higher counterpart also begins. But the danger is not quite over, for the Antahkarana is not yet destroyed. Let us imagine a bright lamp casting its light upon the wall. Let the lamp represent the divine Ego, and the light thrown on the wall the lower Manas, and let the wall stand for the body. The atmosphere which transmits the ray from the lamp to the wall represents the Antahkarana. In an Eastern parable the divine Ego is likened to the Master who sends out his labourers to till the ground and gather in the harvest, and who is content to keep the field so long as it can yield even the smallest return. But when the ground becomes sterile, not only is it abandoned, but the labourer also (the lower Manas) perishes. When Esoteric Teachings allude to the “second death,” they refer to the terrible possibility of the death of the Astral Soul, that is, its severance from the Higher Ego during a person’s lifetime. Only Occultists of the White Lodge, by explaining the circumstances that can lead a soul to its demise, can protect mankind from falling into such a dreadful pitfall. If the Antahkarana is destroyed before the lower had an opportunity of aligning with the Higher Manas, the selfish man ends up living as a “soulless” creature. Brain is the organ of Consciousness but only on the objective plane of the Lower Manas. The “Seven Harmonies” are the Seven Cavities of the brain. Brain perception is located in the aura of the Pineal Gland, the chief organ of spirituality in the brain, while the Pineal Gland itself, when illuminated, corresponds with Divine Thought. The former is associated with the spiritual fiery emanation that proceeds from the blood. Pure psychic vision is caused by the molecular motion of the Pituitary Body, which is directly connected with the optic nerve, and thus affects the sight and gives rise to hallucinations. Its motion may cause flashes of light seen within the head, similar to those that may be obtained on pressing the eyeballs, and so causing molecular motion in the optic nerve. The seven steps of Antahkarana correspond with the seven Lokas, i.e., are material places or spheres, however, of a spiritual character. 3. Higher Manas is the Voice of Wisdom crying in the wilderness of matter. The Voice urges Antahkarana, his lower counterpart, to purify itself inwardly, and to fear no one and nought, save the tribunal of his own conscience. “Personality,” being the illusion of separateness, is the root cause of all selfishness and evil in the world. It has to be conquered and crushed before the human mind is united with its divine parent. Loss of mind is due to the paralysis of the higher functions of Kama-Manas, the physical mind; and in cases of incurable insanity, to the destruction of Antahkarana itself (i.e., the severance of the lower from the Higher Ego during a person’s lifetime), thus preventing their reunion. When one falls into a love of self and love of the world, with all its pleasures, losing the divine love of God and of the neighbour, he falls from the shadows of life and fear of death to real death. The higher principles, which constituted the essential elements of his humanity being withdrawn, he now lives on the lower plane of his faculties. Manas or Antahkarana, being the organ of self-consciousness or “personality,” is material hence mortal. At death, when the ray from Higher Manas withdraws, the “personality,” no matter how illustrious it was, perishes along with the physical body. Vanitas vanitatum, omnia vanitas! At death, the higher triad, drawn by its affinity to those triads it loved most, with Manas in its highest aspect of self-consciousness, is disconnected from Antahkarana, the path of communication between soul and body. Then, the energies and tendencies of Antahkarana become spiritual experiences in the Devachanic period between incarnations, as they were during life on earth. 4. Manas is the Jewel of the Universe. In order to understand that which follows, note that the upper Indigo Manas is connected with the lower Green Manas by a thin line which binds the two together. This is the Antahkarana, a path or bridge of communication, which serves as a link between the personal being, whose physical brain is under the sway of the animal mind, and the reincarnating Individuality or the Spiritual Ego, the “Divine Man.” Look at the Drawing again. Observe the divine Ego tending with its point upwards towards Buddhi, and the human ego gravitating downwards, immersed in matter and connected with its higher, divine parent, only by that thin line of Antahkarana. Four distinct features of Antahkarana and an all-important difference between exoteric and esoteric teaching: 1. In dreams the personality is only half awake, therefore Antahkarana is said to be drunk or insane during sleep. 2. Let the student view the lower Manas as the personal ego during the waking state, and as Antahkarana only during those moments when it aspires towards its higher counterpart, and thus becomes the medium of communication between the two. 3. As when a limb or physical organ is left in disuse, it becomes weak and finally atrophies, so also is it with any mental faculty — hence the atrophy of Antahkarana permits those shamelessly materialistic and depraved minds to degrade themselves even further. 4. As long as the personal “I” (Ahamkara) or selfishness is not completely crushed out, and the lower mind not as yet merged with the Higher (Buddhi-Manas), it stands to reason that to destroy Antahkarana is like destroying a bridge over an impassable chasm: the traveller can never reach the goal on the other shore. Exoteric Vedanta teaches that so long as the lower manas clings through Antahkarana to Buddhi-Manas, it is impossible for it to acquire true spiritual Wisdom, and that this can only be attained by seeking to resonate with Atman, the Universal Soul and, in fact, it is by circumventing the Higher Manas altogether that one reaches Raja-Yoga. We say that it is not so. No single rung of the ladder leading to Inner Knowledge can be skipped. No personality can ever reach or bring itself into communication with Atman, except through Buddhi-Manas. If we destroy Antahkarana before the personal is absolutely under the control and guidance of the impersonal Ego, we risk to be permanently disconnected from It, unless we hasten to re-establish the communication by a supreme and final effort. It is only when we are indissolubly linked with the essence of the Divine Self within, that we have to destroy Antahkarana. Expelled forever from the Aegis of their Divine Self, those who had hitherto sat alone in haughty seclusion and bare selfishness are immediately reincarnated, only in a lower and still more abject creatures — human beings only in form, doomed to endless karmic torments and punishment before final annihilation. 5. When the mind is finally freed from its finite consciousness, it merges with and becomes one with the Infinite.

M Nasa K Ha Sa


M Nasa K Ha Sa
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author : Amritlal Nagar
language : hi
Publisher: Rajpal & Sons
Release Date : 2000

M Nasa K Ha Sa written by Amritlal Nagar and has been published by Rajpal & Sons this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2000 with Fiction categories.


A modern Hindi classic of great merit, based on the life of Sant Tulsidas.

The Real Christ Is Buddhi Manas The Glorified Divine Ego


The Real Christ Is Buddhi Manas The Glorified Divine Ego
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author : Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
language : en
Publisher: Philaletheians UK
Release Date : 2018-03-17

The Real Christ Is Buddhi Manas The Glorified Divine Ego written by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and has been published by Philaletheians UK this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-03-17 with Religion categories.


The real Saviours of Mankind all descend to the Nether World, the Kingdom of Darkness, of temptation, lust, and selfishness. And, after having overcome the Chr?st condition or the tyranny of separateness, their astral or worldly ego is enlightened by Lucifer, the Glorified Divine Ego (Buddhi-Manas), who is the real Christ in every man. Pythagoras, Buddha, Apollonius, were Initiates of the same Secret School. The Sun is the external manifestation of the Seventh Principle of our Planetary System while the Moon is its Fourth Principle. Shining in the borrowed robes of her Master, she is saturated with and reflects every passionate impulse and evil desire of her grossly material body, our earth. Jesus as “Son of God” and “Saviour of Mankind,” was not unique in the world’s annals. The “infallible” Churches made up history as they went along, building up the Apostolic Church on a jumble of contradictions. See how the Fathers have falsified Jesus’ last words and made him a victim of his own success. “My God, my Sun, thou hast poured thy radiance upon me!” concluded the thanksgiving prayer of the Initiate, “the Son and the Glorified Elect of the Sun.” The Baptism in the Jordan is the Rite of Initiation and the final purification, when Christos and Sophia (Divine Intelligence–Wisdom) enter the Initiate by transference from Guru to Chela, leave the physical body upon death of the latter, and re-enter the Nirmanakaya, the Astral Ego of the new Adept. The “baptism” or Initiation of Jesus stands for the “descent” of the Higher Self or Soul (Atma-Buddhi) on Manas, the Higher Ego. And the union of Christos with Chr?stos establishes a conscious communication of the Universal Individuality with the transcendent personality (Theophania) — the Adept. Jesus was crucified by his own Church, not by Scripture. The key to the hitherto unfathomable mystery of Jesus is hidden in the paronomasia of Chr?stos and Christos. He who will not ponder over and master the great difference between the meaning of the two Greek words, ??????? and ???????, must remain blind for ever to the true esoteric meaning of the Gospels; that is to say, to the living Spirit entombed in the sterile dead-letter of the texts, the very Dead Sea fruit of lip-Christianity. Jesus was Chr?stos, a virtuous man in his trial of life and candidate to initiation. Not yet Christos, as he had not passed the third degree of initiation to become Epoptes. Chr?stos, the neophyte, is admitted into the Christos condition at the end of his last incarnation when Manas is fully merged with Buddhi. His real temple is the awakened soul in the sanctuary of the heart. The real Christ is the Serpent or Dragon of Wisdom falling from on high into the hearts and minds of men. Christos is a Ray of Logos: Passive Wisdom in Heaven and Self-Active, Conscious Wisdom on Earth. Though the two are one, the permanent can never merge with the impermanent. It is only when the impermanent begins loving the permanent sufficiently to give up its ephemeral self and being, that a spiritual union of the “Heavenly man” with the “Virgin of the World” is accomplished and a new Saviour of Humanity is born here on earth but “without sin.” Alas, few are they who are fit to join that Holy Brotherhood where each, in order to gain admittance, must be at one with the Christ within him. Deity in Man is symbolised by Tau, a double glyph. Tau is formed from the figure 7 and the Greek letter ?, symbols of divine and earthly life, respectively. In its terrestrial attachment, Tau is the Sun shorn of his beams. In Greek Mythology, Tau is the iron lathe of Procrustes, the Attican Vishvakarman. Christos is Prometheus, a personification of the Great Logoic Sacrifice. On sending out its personal ray, Christos or Higher Manas becomes “crucified between two thieves”: the lower, impure tendencies that after death dissipate in Kama-Loka, and the higher aspirations that survive death and reascend the cyclic arc. Vishvakarman, the creator and “carpenter” of gods and men, crucifies Vikartana on a lathe and, cutting off the eighth part of his rays, deprives his head of its effulgence and creates round it a dark aureole. Christos is the “Man-God” of Plato, who crucifies himself for an eternity in the darkness of matter for the redemption of the Spirit of Light from the Kingdom of Darkness. As Deity and Man are One, so Christ is the God in Space and Man’s Saviour on Earth. Christos is the eternal, real Individuality or Universal Altruism, whereas Jesus-Chr?stos is the ephemeral, false individuality or Egotism. Man is Deity on Earth, whose body is the cross of flesh, on, through, and in which he is ever crucifying and putting to death Christ, the Divine Logos, who is his benefactor and true friend. Chr?st is a Ray made manifest from that Centre of Life which is hidden from the eyes of Humanity for and in Eternity. That Centre is the real Christ, crucified as a body of flesh and bones. The great mystery is at last unravelled: Christos, incarnating in Chr?stos, becomes for certain purposes a willing candidate for a long series of tortures, mental and physical. Chr?stos is the mortal man who, by crucifying the man of flesh and his passions on the Procrustean bed of torture, is reborn Immortal and leaves the animal-man behind him tied on the Cross of Initiation like an empty chrysalis. Then, his Higher Soul becomes as free as a butterfly.

Manas


Manas
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author :
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1980

Manas written by and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1980 with Philosophy, Modern categories.




Botany Of Kaziranga And Manas


Botany Of Kaziranga And Manas
DOWNLOAD
READ ONLINE


Author : P. K. Hajra
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1996

Botany Of Kaziranga And Manas written by P. K. Hajra and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1996 with Botany categories.