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Teachings from Isha Upanishad - Quotes From Isavasya Upanishad

A small collection of teachings and quotes from Isha Upanishad, it is also known as  Isavasya Upanishad.

When one sees all beings in the Self, and the Self in all beings, he hates no one.

Renunciation is renunciation of the ego, of selfishness and not of life.

Who sees all beings in his own Self, and his own Self in all beings, loses all fear.

The whole creation is filled with Divinity.

Well may he be content to live a hundred years who acts without attachment who works his work with earnestness, but without desire, not yearning for its fruits – he, and he alone.

The Self is within all, and it is without all.

He who sees all beings in the Self, and the Self in all beings, hates none.

For him who sees everywhere oneness, how can there be delusion or grief?

I am that very person that is in the Sun.

He who sees everything and all beings in the Atman (Self), and the Atman (Self) in all beings, feels no hatred by virtue of that realization.

When, to the man of realization, all beings become one with his own Atman, his own Self, then what delusion and what sorrow can there be for that seer of oneness?