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Adhyatma Upanishad Teachings

The wise should through the practice of deep meditation of Brahman leave off the recurrent conception of “I” and “mine” in the body and the senses which are other than Atma.

Having known himself as Pratyagatma, the witness of Buddhi and its action, one should ever think “So’ham” (‘I am That’) and leave off the idea of Atma in all others.

Having dissolved Jivatma into Paramatma with the thought of its being partless, like the either of a jar in the universal ether, be ever in a state of taciturnity (not speaking much).

Looking upon everything in all places and times as Brahman brings about the destruction of Vasanas.