Three Subjects of Enquiry
One state is Sakshatkara.
A third one is birth death.
These are the only three subjects of enquiry.
There is death for the one who has birth – is it not so? He takes birth; dies and then takes his birth again. We are not talking about the death of the body – it is composed of earth; should return to earth. There is one inside, isn’t it? When death occurs to the one who comes and goes…there the issue is to be examined.
In Aikyatha, there is (individual) existence; There is possibility of returning if one is willing to do so.
The earth, planets, stars and galaxies exist in place only due to mutual attraction – isn’t it? In the same way, mutual attraction exists inside individuals also. There is the bond of attraction between the Jivatma and his astral body. Otherwise how can the Jivatma stay in the body? Does he have a cage? It stays because of the bond of attraction of his astral body. If he detaches himself from the karmic bond, he becomes one with the original power (creator). He attains Aikya. When the river joins the ocean, it becomes one with the ocean. The river attained Aikya with the ocean. The river ceases to exist. The ocean and this river become one. But the ocean exists, is it not so? The water exists, isn’t it? That may evaporate, then condense to form clouds thereafter and into rain. And the same water may form a river. Is it not so?
But in Sakshatkara, when transformed mind is concentrated on the transformed power, one who is the enquirer becomes the object of enquiry. This enquirer then loses itself in the enquiry ‘Who am I’, there threefold annihilation (Triputinasa) takes place.
There remains no enquirer, no enquiry and no object of enquiry.
-Bhagavan Arabbi-Nithyanandam (Ajja)
Taken from Anandopanishat (Inspirations From the Unmanifest to the Manifest), Chapter 3
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