DHYANA BINDU UPANISHAD PDF

This is the English translation of the Dhyana Bindu Upanishad belonging to the Samaveda : a minor Sanskrit treatise selected amongst a collection extant upanishads, dating to at least the 1st millennium BC. The Dhyana-bindu-upanishad discusses the meditation practices of Yoga. It further states that Atman soul is in every living being and t At no time has been found a destroyer of sins like this.

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This is the English translation of the Dhyana Bindu Upanishad belonging to the Samaveda : a minor Sanskrit treatise selected amongst a collection extant upanishads, dating to at least the 1st millennium BC. The Dhyana-bindu-upanishad discusses the meditation practices of Yoga. It further states that Atman soul is in every living being and t At no time has been found a destroyer of sins like this.

One should aim at it with great care and then he, like the arrow, becomes one with It. When that Highest is cognised, all karmas return from him, viz. The short accent of Om burns all sins, the long one is decayless and the bestower of prosperity.

That man is the knower of the Vedas who knows that the end viz. That manas which is the author of the actions viz. The lotus of the heart has eight petals and thirty-two filaments. The sun is in its midst: the moon is in the middle of the sun. There he should meditate upon the sun, the moon and the agni, one above another.

Just as a man would draw up with his mouth the water through the pores of the lotus-stalk, so the yogin treading the path of yoga should draw up the breath.

He should know that the middle of the eyebrows in the forehead which is also the root of the nose is the seat of nectar. That is the great place of Brahman. Siddha , bhadra , simha and padma are the four chief postures. He who knows this, is a knower of the Vedas. A four-sided figure is situated above agni and below the genital organ, of the form of molten gold and shining like streaks of lightning. Above the genital organ and below the navel is kanda of the shape of a bird's egg.

Of these seventy-two are generally known. This chakra of the midis should ever be known by the yogins. Through its very thought, man is freed from sins. Neither in the past nor in the future is there a science equal to this, a japa equal to this or a meritorious action equal to this. The yogin should open with great effort this door which is shut. That yogin who assuming Padma posture worships i. Rubbing off the limbs the sweat arising from fatigue, abandoning all acid, bitter and saltish food , taking delight in the drinking of milk and rasa , practising celibacy, being moderate in eating and ever bent on yoga, the yogin becomes a siddha in little more than a year.

No inquiry need be made concerning the result. One should bring the western part of the stomach above the navel. Where is the fear of death, so long as the bindu virility stays in the body. This bindu is twofold, white and red.

The rajas which stays in yoni is like the colour of a coral. The bindu stays in the seat of the genital organs. The union of these two is very rare. Bindu is the moon and rajas is the sun. Placing the chin on the breast, pressing the anus by means of the left heel, and seizing the toe of the extended right leg by the two hands, one should fill his belly with air and should slowly exhale. In the seat of the heart is a lotus of eight petals.

In it is located everything. It knows everything. It does everything. It does all these actions attributing everything to its own power, thinking I do, I enjoy, I am happy, I am miserable, I am blind, I am lame, I am deaf, I am mute, I am lean, I am stout, etc. When it rests on the southeastern petal, which is of rakta blood colour , then it is inclined to sleep and laziness.

When it rests on the western petal which is of crystal colour, then it is inclined to flirt and amuse. When it rests on, the northern petal which is pita yellow colour, then it is inclined to be happy and to be loving. When it stays in the middle, then it knows everything, sings, dances, speaks and is blissful. When the eye is pained after a day's work , then in order to remove its pain, it makes first a circular line and sinks in the middle.

Then is the state of sleep. In the middle of the state of sleep is the state of dream. In the middle of the state of dream, it experiences the ideas of perception, Vedas, inference, possibility, sacred words, etc. Then there arises much fatigue. In order to remove this fatigue, it circles the second line and sinks in the middle.

The second is of the colour of the insect Indragopa of red or white colour. Then comes the state of dreamless sleep. This state is of the nature of eternal wisdom. Then it makes a round of the third circle and sinks in the middle. Then comes the state of turya the fourth. It attains the nature of eternal wisdom. Then one should gradually attain the quiescence of buddhi with self-control.

Then everything appears as bliss. He is beyond the pairs of happiness and pains, etc. He stays here as long as he should wear his body. One should perform the three, expiration, etc. Then his manas is absorbed there. Dhyana Bindu Upanishad of Samaveda by K. Narayanasvami Aiyar 3, words Hinduism Vedanta. Buy now! Footnotes and references: [1] : Of the heart. Last Updated: 16 April, Like what you read? Consider supporting this website:. Donate on Patreon.

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The manuscripts of this Upanishad exist in two versions. The Upanishad discusses meditation in Yoga. It states that silence during meditation is a reminder of the infinite subtlety therein. The Dhyanabindu Upanishad is of ancient origins, states Mircea Eliade , who places its relative chronology to the same period when the following Hindu texts were composed — Maitri Upanishad , the didactic parts of the Mahabharata , the chief Sannyasa Upanishads and along with other early Yoga Upanishads such as Brahmabindu, Brahmavidya, Tejobindu , Yogatattva , Nadabindu, Yogashikha, Kshurika and Amritabindu. It is listed at number 39 in the serial order of the Muktika enumerated by Rama to Hanuman in the modern era anthology of Upanishads. The text is composed in poetic verse style, and uses metaphors. It opens by declaring Vishnu as a great Yogin.

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