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He becomes endowed with the support. He becomes endowed with the support who knows this. He who knows the boat stably established in the waters becomes himself stabilized.

Life lived within the boundary of a time-span undergoing the changes of birth etc. Each Vaasanaa comes with a built-in frame of time and space. He who realizes that the base of each Vaasana fulfilment experience within the Jeeva embodiment is the unmanifest Vaasana immediately attains to the state of realization.

Vaasanaa-fulfillment experience alone forms the basis of the limited existence of a Jeeva the year. He who knows that support of all experiences is Brahman itself, one is established in the Brahman-state.

One who knows this becomes established in a state of realization. If a man stays unattached to the outside surroundings like a traveller in a boat untouched by waters; goes through the life-experiences without identifying with the body, but established in the true nature of Self Brahman-state ; he is freed of his Jeeva-hood which is chained to the Vaasanaas.

He remains as the witness-consciousness and is freed of all the six fold changes of the body. Even when the body dies, he remains deathless as Brahman-state. A man who has realized the true nature of the Self is Brahman itself. Samvatsara is span of time where changes of seasons occur.

Samvatsara is the measure of time. Samvatsara is the time-frame which allows the Vaasanaas to manifest. Samvatsara is the time-frame inside which, a Jeeva identified with the physical body goes through the six-fold changes of birth, youth, growth, old age, decay, and death, like a year has the six seasons as its counterparts.

Vaasanaa-fulfillment experience alone forms the basis of the limited existence of a Jeeva. All these experiences, Vaasanaa fulfillments and the pains gone through as the ego; all these are caused by the ignorance-level of the Jeeva.

Because of forgetting the true nature of the Self Brahman , there arises the identification of the physical body like a ghost in darkness. This identification with the physical form alone is the basis of experiences water , information flower , contact wind , unmanifest desires cloud , and the changing patterns experienced in life year. Knowledge alone destroys the delusion, like light destroying the darkness; like the ghost vanishing when reasoned properly.

Knowledge alone acts as the boat to cross over the waters of experiences. He is free of all Vaasanaas which act as the seeds of all the experiences in the limited time-frame. He is freed of his Jeeva-hood which is chained to the Vaasanaas.


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Moon is the flower of the Waters. He who knows this becomes endowed with the flower, progeny, and animals. He who knows the support of the waters becomes endowed with the support. Such simple words — flower, moon, and waters; but so meaningless!

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