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    Re: prayā́ṇakālaḥ

    hariḥ oṁ
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    I offer a rhetorical question that requires us to visit chapter 11 (athaikādaśodhyāyaḥ) some call viśvarūpadarśanayogaḥ (viśvarūpa-darśana-yogaḥ) or the yoga of...
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    Re: prayā́ṇakālaḥ

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    This is from the paramārthasāra¹ - the essence (sāra) of the highest Reality (paramārtha)

    tīrthe śvapacagṛhe vā naṣṭasmṛtirapi parityajandeham|...
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    Re: prayā́ṇakālaḥ

    hariḥ oṁ
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    Here is another view offered by me i.e. my translation of the above … ( again, all blemishes in translation is affixed to me)
    at the time of death (prayā́ṇakālaḥ)...
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    Re: prayā́ṇakālaḥ

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    What is ‘remembering Me’ mean ? We know that kṛṣṇa-jī is the Supreme, He is kaviṁ purāṇam (ancient all-knowing) So, is remembering Him thinking of
    his manifested...
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    Re: prayā́ṇakālaḥ

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    At the time of one’s death - utkrānti ( passing away, stepping up) what should one be settled-into ? What to think ? Kṛṣṇa-jī says remember Me.
    Now this can be a...
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    prayā́ṇakālaḥ

    hariḥ oṁ
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    namasté

    This post is not for the praghaṭāvid (general reader) nor vibhīṣikā (frightened); it is for the one that ponders, has little aversion to death (abhiniveśa¹) and ...
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