VOL 1 | BOOK II | CHAP XVII | VERSE 10 | ON THE CONTENTS OF THE WORK | IT CONTAINS SIX BOOKS all fraught with sentences full of reason , and each distinct from the other in its import . It has many verses containing chosen examples on all subjects .Read More ➤➤
One that has nothing of one's own , and knowing oneself as nothing , yet has All and thinks Oneself as All in All , and though possessed of wealth and properties , has the magnanimity of Soul to disown them , is verily situated in the Supreme Soul , finding rest in Supreme Bliss .
The mind that is freed from passions , from worldly connections and contentions , and from dependance on anyone or anything , is liberated also from the bonds of ignorance and error , as a bird is set free from its imprisoning cage .
The mind gradually moulds itself into the form which it constantly thinks upon in itself ; and it derives from within itself the power to be what it wishes to become .
The same error taking possession of many minds all at once , proves the futility of common sense and universal belief being taken for certainty , hence the common belief
The One All and All-Pervading Quiescent BRAHMAN can be known , then only , when the desires of the mind are all cut off by the weapon of indifference to all worldly things .
The mind is termed fancy for its holding fast on fleeting phantasies by letting loose its solid and certain truths .