Adhyatma

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.52 The mystery of the Veda, and what other subjects have been explained by me; the various rituals of the Upanishads with the Angas; the compilation of the Puranas and history formed by me and named after the three divisions of time, past, present, and future; the determination of the nature of decay, fear, disease, existence, and non-existence, a description of creeds and of the various modes of life; rule for the four castes, and the import of all the Puranas; an account of asceticism and of the duties of a religious student; the dimensions of the sun and moon, the planets, constellations, and stars, together with the duration of the four ages; the Rik, Sama and Yajur Vedas; also the Adhyatma; the sciences called Nyaya, Orthoephy and Treatment of diseases; charity and Pasupatadharma; birth celestial and human, for particular purposes; also a description of places of pilgrimage and other holy places of rivers, mountains, forests, the ocean, of heavenly cities and the kalpas; the art of war; the different kinds of nations and languages: the nature of the manners of the people; and the all-pervading spirit, all these have been represented.
Mbh.1.1.233 That also hath been treated of which is called Adhyatma the superintending spirit of nature that partaketh of the attributes of the five elements.
Mbh.6.31.1487 Those who, taking refuge in me, strive for release from decay and death, know Brahman, the entire Adhyatma, and action
Mbh.6.32.1489 SECTION XXXII Bhagavad Gita Chapter VIII Arjuna said, What is that Brahman, what is Adhyatma, what is action, O best of male beings?
Mbh.6.32.1494 Adhyatma is said to be its own manifestation.
Mbh.12.193.11549 SECTION CXCIV Yudhishthira said, Tell me, O grandsire, what and of what nature is that which is called by the name of Adhyatma and which is laid down for every person
Mbh.12.193.11553 Bhishma said This, Adhyatma, O son of Pritha, that thou askest me about, I will presently discourse upon.
Mbh.12.201.12221 Men not conversant with Adhyatma succeed not in beholding what is above these.
Mbh.12.209.12672 It is called Adhyatma and is the most valuable of all branches of learning and of all sacred institutes.
Mbh.12.246.15155 SECTION CCXLVII Suka said, O illustrious one, O foremost of Rishis, once again discourse to me on Adhyatma more elaborately.
Mbh.12.246.15156 Tell me what, indeed, is Adhyatma and whence does it come
Mbh.12.246.15157 Vyasa said, That, O son, which is regarded as Adhyatma with reference to human beings, I shall now mention to thee, and listen to the explanation I give of Adhyatma.
Mbh.12.251.15374 SECTION CCLII Vyasa said, Unto a disciple that wishes to enquire after Emancipation after having transcended all pairs of opposites and accomplished the concerns of both profit and religion, an accomplished preceptor should first recount all that has been said in the foregoing section, which is elaborate, on the topic of Adhyatma
Mbh.12.274.16831 The five senses, Chitta, Mind and Understanding which is the eighth in the tale, these are regarded as organs of knowledge by those conversant with the science of Adhyatma.
Mbh.12.285.17856 SECTION CCLXXXVI Yudhishthira said, Tell me, O grandsire, what is Adhyatma with respect to man and whence it arises'
Mbh.12.285.17857 Bhishma said, Aided by the science of Adhyatma one may know everything.
Mbh.12.285.17859 I shall, with the help of my intelligence, explain to thee that Adhyatma about which thou askest me.
Mbh.12.285.17948 Men of knowledge, however, conversant with Adhyatma and armed with fortitude, are never afflicted, because they are capable of crossing to the other shore of those waters.
Mbh.12.297.18547 Learned men, conversant with Adhyatma, say that the body is a conglomeration of arteries and sinews and bones and much repulsive and impure matter and a compound of primal essences, and the senses and objects of the senses born of desire, all having an outer cover of skin close to them.
Mbh.12.310.19524 These are the views of those persons who are conversant with the science of Adhyatma.
Mbh.12.310.19530 Persons conversant with the Science of Adhyatma regard the mind as the sixteenth.
Mbh.12.311.19558 Persons conversant with the science of Adhyatma say that his night also is of an equal duration.
Mbh.12.312.19607 I shall now discourse to thee on the subjects of Adhyatma, Adhibhuta, and Adhidaivata,
Mbh.12.313.19608 SECTION CCCXIV Yajnavalkya said, Brahmanas conversant with the topics of enquiry speak of the two feet as Adhyatma, the act of walking as Adhibhuta, and Vishnu as Adhidaivatam of those two limbs.
Mbh.12.313.19609 The lower duct anal canal is Adhyatma; its function of throwing out the excreta is Adhibhuta, and Mitra Surya is the Adhidaivata of that organ.
Mbh.12.313.19610 The organ of generation is called Adhyatma.
Mbh.12.313.19612 The hands are Adhyatma; their function as represented by acts is Adhibhuta; and Indra is the Adhidaivata of those limbs.
Mbh.12.313.19613 The organs of speech are Adhyatma; the words uttered by them are Adhibhuta; and Agni is their Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19614 The eye is Adhyatma; vision or form is its Adhibhuta; and Surya is the Adhidaivata of that organ.
Mbh.12.313.19615 The ear is Adhyatma; sound is Adhibhuta; and the points of the horizon are its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19616 The tongue is Adhyatma, taste is its Adhibhuta; and Water is its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19617 The sense of scent is Adhyatma; odour is its Adhibhuta; and Earth is its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19618 The skin is Adhyatma; touch is its Adhibhuta; and Wind is its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19619 Mind has been called Adhyatma; that with which the Mind is employed is Adhibhuta; and Chandramas is its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19620 Consciousness is Adhyatma; conviction in one's identity with Prakriti is its Adhibhuta; and Mahat or Buddhi is its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.313.19621 Buddhi is Adhyatma; that which is to be understood is its Adhibhuta; and Kshetrajna is its Adhidaivata.
Mbh.12.314.19635 Those that are conversant with the science of Adhyatma, say that unto the attribute of Sattwa is assigned a high, unto Rajas a middling, and unto Tamas, a low place in the universe.
Mbh.12.315.19684 In consequence, again, of his being the witness of everything, and in consequence also of there being nothing else than he, as also for his consciousness of identity with Prakriti, Yatis crowned with ascetic success, conversant with Adhyatma, and freed from fever of every kind, regard him as existing by himself without a second, immutable, unmanifest in the form of Cause, unstable, and manifest in the form of effects.
Mbh.12.318.19862 Both Prakriti and Purusha are said to be unintelligent, stable, indestructible, unborn, and eternal, according to the conclusions arrived at by philosophers conversant with the topics included in the name of Adhyatma.
Mbh.12.320.20212 Whether the Unmanifest or the Manifest be their cause, or whether the two viz, the Supreme or Purusha and the Manifest or atoms be regarded as their cause, or fourthly, whether the four together viz, the Supreme or Purusha and his Maya and Jiva and Avidya or Ignorance be the cause, they that are conversant with Adhyatma behold Prakriti as the cause of all creatures.
Mbh.12.350.23455 Having occupied themselves with reflection on what is called Adhyatma, diverse Rishis, O king, having Kapila for their first, have declared their opinions on the topic both generally and particularly.
Mbh.12.350.23459 Repairing thither all alone, from his own abode of great splendour and felicity, the illustrious deity Brahma used very often to pass his time, engaged in thinking on the course of Adhyatma.
Mbh.13.16.1600 Thou art Adhi-Purusha, occupying the physical flame from head to foot thou art Adhyatma, thou art Adhibhuta, and Adhi-Daivata, thou art Adhi-loka, Adhi-Vijnanam and Adhi-Yajna
Mbh.13.16.1630 Thou art that Adhyatma which is the refuge of all righteous persons that are devoted to Yoga-meditation and conversant with the Soul and that are solicitous of avoiding rebirth.
Mbh.14.35.1424 After that it should be known is the highest step, viz, that relating to Adhyatma
Mbh.14.35.1425 Light, ether or space, sun, wind, Indra, and Prajapati, one sees these as long as one does not attain to Adhyatma.
Mbh.14.35.1426 I shall declare the means by which that Adhyatma may be attained.
Mbh.14.42.1688 I have thus declared to you duly the doctrine of Adhyatma
Mbh.14.42.1697 Through repression of all the senses which always hanker after their objects, and abandonment of inhabited places, the Adhyatma fire blazes forth in the man of contemplation.
Mbh.14.54.2393 SECTION LIV Utanka said, Do thou, O Kesava, tell me that faultless Adhyatma.
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Jijith Nadumuri Ravi
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Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.

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