Upavistha Konasana Yoga Pose

When the objects manifested in the world appear to the perfect spiritual Upavistha Konasana Yoga Pose adept as being of the nature of his own Self, how can any of these contribute to his advancement or subject him to misfortune? Only Upavistha Konasana Yoga Pose those who look upon their physical bodies as the real Self can be affected by misfortune.

When such persons obtain a desired object other than their Self, they feel elated and feel like lords; in the same way, when they are unable to obtain a desired object and return empty-handed they become dejected, feeling themselves to be lowly and deprived.

For the spiritual adept, on the other hand, who succeeds in obtaining the highest knowledge by constant meditation on his real Self, the supreme ‘T’-ness results in his having the experience I am everything thus there is nothing in the world to seek. Such a spiritual adept is truly the supreme Lord. How, when nothing is sought for by him, can not acquiring it subject him to misfortune? Liberation entails neither a fixed place nor a journey to another abode.

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