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" The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of that creature. A man who is free from desires and free from grief, sees the majesty of the Self by the grace of the Creator. "
Philosophy, Qabbala and Vedānta: Comparative Metaphysics and Ethics ... - Page 212
by Maurice Fluegel - 1902 - 307 pages
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Anthropological Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1892 - 464 pages
...ancient is unborn, eternal, everlasting, he is never killed, though the body is killed.' II. 18. ' The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of the creature. A man who is free from desires and free from sorrow, sees the majesty of the Self...
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The Upanishads, Volumes 1-2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1897
...what can be known, but no one knows him ; they call him the first, the great person (purusha). 2O1. The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of the creature. A man •, who has left all grief behind, sees the majesty, the Lord, the passionless,...
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Yoga, Or, Transformation: A Comparative Statement of the Various Religious ...

William Joseph Flagg - 1898 - 376 pages
...having become quiet, subdued, satisfied, patient and collected, sees self in Self, sees all as Self;" "The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of the creature;" "Verily a husband is not dear that you may love the husband, but that you may love...
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The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy

Friedrich Max Müller, Friedrich Max Mueller - 1899 - 618 pages
...that he is killed, they do not understand ; for this one does not kill, nor is that one killed.' 20. ' The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of the creature. A man who is free from desires and free from grief, sees the majesty of the Self by...
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The Library of Original Sources: The ancient world

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...that he is killed, they do not understand ; for this one does not kill, nor is that one killed.' 20. 'The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of that creature. A man who is free from desires and free from grief, sees the majesty of the Self...
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India and Its Faiths: A Traveler's Record

James Bissett Pratt - 1915 - 482 pages
...slain think he is slain, they do not understand, for this one does not slay nor is that one slain. The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of that creature. A man who is free from desires and free from grief sees the majesty of the Self by...
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The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys ...

Charles Francis Horne - 1917
...that he is killed, they do not understand; for this one does not kill, nor is that one killed. 20. " The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of that creature. A man who is free from desires and free from grief sees the majesty of the Self by...
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An Encyclopædia of Occultism: A Compendium of Information on the Occult ...

Lewis Spence - 1920 - 451 pages
...the soul is clouded so that it loses its sense of oneness with God. In the Upanishads it is said " The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of the creature ;" and " In the beginning there was Sell." Atmlo or Nlrvanlc Plane : (See Spiritual...
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The World Beyond: Passages from Oriental and Primitive Religions

1920 - 143 pages
...thinks that he is killed, they do not understand ; for this one does not kill, nor is that one killed. The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of that creature. A man who is free from desires and free from grief sees the majesty of the Self by...
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Anthropological Religion

Max Muller F - 1986 - 464 pages
...ancient is unborn, eternal, everlasting, he is never killed, though the body is killed.' II. 18. ' The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of the creature. A man who is free from desires and free from sorrow, sees the majesty of the Self...
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