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" But he felt no delight. Therefore a man who is lonely feels no delight. He wished for a second. He was so large as man and wife together. He then made this his Self to fall in two, and thence arose husband and wife. Therefore Yajnavalkya said: "We two... "
Philosophy, Qabbala and Vedānta: Comparative Metaphysics and Ethics ... - Page 203
by Maurice Fluegel - 1902 - 307 pages
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The Upanishads, Volumes 1-2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1897
...have feared ? Verily fear arises from a second only. 3. But he felt no delight. Therefore a man who .s lonely feels no delight. He wished for a second. He...man and wife together. He then made this his Self to fall in two (pat), and thence arose husband (pati) and wife (patnl). Therefore Ya.fwavalkya said: 'We...
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Intermediate Types Among Primitive Folk: A Study in Social Evolution

Edward Carpenter - 1919 - 185 pages
...Jahrbuch fur Sexuelle Zwischenstufen (Leipzig, 1903). ^Sacred Books of the East, vol. xv., p. 85. felt no delight. . . . He wished for a second. He was so large as man and wife together [ie, he included male and female]. He then made this his Self to fall in two; and thence arose husband...
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The Golden Book of Upanishads

Mahendra Kulasrestha - 2006 - 308 pages
...Thence his fear passed away. For what should he have feared? Verily, fear arises from a second only. But he felt no delight. Therefore a man who is lonely...man and wife together. He then made this his Self to fall in two (pat), and thence arose husband (pati) and wife (patni). Therefore Yajnavalkya said: 'We...
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Eros Revisited: Love for the Indeterminate Other

Isaac B. Rosler - 2007 - 331 pages
...Brihadaranyaka-upanishad, where the origin of the world from the Atman (the Self or Ego) is described: 'But he felt no delight. Therefore a man who is lonely...man and wife together. He then made this his Self to fall in two, and then arose husband and wife. Therefore Yagnavalkya said: "We two are thus (each of...
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Infamous Eve: A History

May Sinclair - 2007 - 356 pages
...Atman or soul within that originated out of Brahman. Purusa notes: Verily. . .he felt no delight. . .a man who is lonely feels no delight. He wished for a second. . .He then made. . . his Self to fall in two, and thence arose husband and wife. Therefore. . .two are. ....
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