1.The Realisation of the Absolute : 1-(d)-3.

The Realisation of the Absolute :

1. Introduction :

(d)Truth and Its Quest : 3.

The Upanishads affirm in several ways that there is no meaning in taking the phenomenal diversity as a permanent reality, and that Truth is Infinity.

The common impulse to express, unfold and realise one's Self is present in all beings in different degrees or intensity.

The whole process of conscious exertion to realise Truth lies in the manifesting of this deepest impulse in man and a flowing with it to expand oneself into the Infinite.

As the background of every struggle in life there is this urge to get oneself established in the changeless Consciousness.

Even when one struggles blindly in one's attachment to personal life for acquiring external gains, one is indeed moved, though unconsciously and wrongly, by this urge to expand oneself to Completeness.

The Realisation of the Absolute : (d)Truth and Its Quest : ENDS.

Next :

The Realisation of the Absolute : ( e ) Degrees in Empirical Reality :

Swami Krishnananda

To be continued  ...


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