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Ishavasya Upanishad – 13 by L Ramaswamy

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The final Mantra of Ishavasya Upanishad is a prayer to Fire-god by the teacher and the taught. The appeal is to lead them in the good path towards Self without any deviation.

All efforts culminate in surrender. Surrender is transfer of responsibility from a refugee to his Lord. An ideal surrender has six facets. Vibheeshana’s surrender to Lord Rama is a perfect example of surrender. Guru aids an individual in his surrender and secures him with the Lord. Hanuman is symbol of a Guru in Ramayana as evidenced in various episodes.

Audio recording was done on 12-Nov-2017 at Kolkata

Timeline:
00:00:00 – Start
00:00:44 – Invocation
00:01:20 – Upanishad Chanting
00:04:24 – Mantra 17
00:09:41 – Q & A
00:17:21 – Mantra 18
00:25:15 – Confluence of Head & Heart
00:26:55 – Charama Shloka – Gita & Ramayana
00:28:55 – Charama Shloka – Varaha Purana
00:34:25 – Surrender in Ramayana
00:41:36 – Six facets of Surrender
00:50:47 – Hanuman as a Guru
00:53:48 – Surrender to a Refugee
00:55:59 – Q & A
01:00:11 – Bhajan
01:02:44 – Om Poornam Adah

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