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Thirty Minor Upanishads of the peacock. In the middle of the cave of the skull between the four doors shines Āṭmā, like the sun in the sky. Between the two bows in the Brahma-hole, one should see Purusha with śakṭi as his own Āṭmā. Then his manas is absorbed there. That man attains kaivalya who understands the gems, moonlight, nāḍa, binḍu, and the seat of Maheśvara (the great Lord). Thus is the Upanishaḍ. Footnotes 1 The Upanishaḍ of the seed of meditation. 2 Of the heart. 3 The black mark on the breast standing for mūlaprakṛṭi and the garland for the five elements. 4 In other places, it is ten. 5 Probably it refers to the triangle of the initiates. 6 There seems to be some mistake in the original.

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