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    அன்பர்களே, இன்னொரு அரிய மடல். One of my BEST. ... Dear Agathiyarians, Here is a nerudal stuff combined from
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      இன்னொரு அரிய மடல். One of my BEST.

      Dear Agathiyarians,

      Here is a nerudal stuff combined from several postings to which further additions have been made.

      Really interesting.....

       What is Prajnya?
      Something that really cannot be explicitly explained in words.
      But let us give it an indirect approach.

            The word 'prajnya' alone also means one of the components of states 
      of consciousness. 

            The states of consciousness are Jagrath, shushupthi, swapna, thurya, and thuryaadhiitha. In Tamil, they are called sakkiratham, sulzhuththi, 
      kanaa, thuriyam, and thuriyaathiitham. 

            The factor 'prajnya' is present in jagrath, shushupthi, and swapna. 
            It is absent in thuriyam. 

            When you are fully awake, you are aware -'prajnya' is present. 
            In the swapna state, you dream. Unless you forget, you are aware of 
      the dream. When you wake up, you can  remember the dream. 
            Here again, the prajnya is present. 
            In the shushupthi state, you are in deep sleep. 
            But when you wake up, you say that you slept well. 
            Hence you are aware that you were sleeping and aware of the quality 
      of the sleep, because you say that you slept well. 
            That is 'prajnya' again. 

            Thuriyam is the state of 'Summa'.
            The Zen master actually dreamt that he was a butterfly flitting through the leaves. He asked whether it was his dream of having been a butterfly 
      or is it the butterfly's dream of being a Zen master?. 

            Its something like the Loga Maya story involving Naradha and Krishna. 

            One day Narada and Krishna were walking along in a forest. 

            During the journey, Narada was asking Krishna to explain what is this 'Loga Maya' of Krishna, all about? What is so great about it? And 
      he(Narada) being a Brahmaputra and Rishi, can never be subdued by 
      such maya because  he was immune to it. 
      Krishna smiled and kept silent. 

            After some time Narada was asked by Krishna to bring some water 
      from a river. 

            Naradha accordingly goes to the river to fetch the water. There he meets a most beautiful damsel. He falls in love and follows her to her 
      house. One thing leads to another and finally he marries her. He gets 
      involved in samsaara life; earns a living, has children. Things go very smoothly for many years. 

            Suddenly the place where Naradha stays, is invaded and people get killed. He runs with his family. 

            But soon plague and hunger kill off his kinsmen and some children. 

            One day, during his flight, he and the remaining family are chased by robbers. 
            They run. But soon they are stopped by a river. The river was flooded. But the family gets down into the river to escape. They are all washed 

           Narada alone remains. Forelornly he looks at the river and hangs 
      around. The flood subsides. 

           But seeing none of his family around, Narada squats down, breaks 
      down, and laments and cries his heart out. 

      Suddenly, he hears a voice.
      "Hey Narada! Whats this? Why are you crying and lamenting? I only 
      sent you to fetch  some water a few hours ago. I came to see what held 
      you up? What took you so long?"

            Narada looked up, startled, and he said, "To understand your Loga
      Maya, O Krishna!"



      தாயாஜி வெள்ளைரோஜா சொன்னதுபோல "உங்களுக்குப் பின்னால்தான்  யாரும் மதிப்பார்கள் போலும்".
      உயிரோடு இருக்கும்போது அறவே பாராமுகமாக இருப்பவர்கள் ஆள் 
      போனபிறகு ஆளுக்காள் முந்திக்கொண்டு ஆபிச்சுவரி போட்டு என்ன பயன்?
      ஆபிச்சுவரியைப் படிப்பதற்கு அதற்கு உரிய ஆள் இல்லையென்னும்
      போது அதைப் போடுவதற்குப் பதில் பூனைக்கு மசிர் சிரைத்து 



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