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395. (First) destroy the hopes raised by egoism in this filthy gross body, then do the same forcibly with the air-like subtle body; and realising Brahman, the em- bodiment of eternal Bliss, whose glories- the scriptures proclaim, as thy own Self „ live as Brahman.
[ Destroy &'c. — Both the gross and subtle bodies- are the coverings over the Atman, the Existence- Knowledge-BUss Absolute, and freedom consists iu' going beyond thetn. ]
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396. So long as man has any regard for this corpse-like body, he is impure, and suffers from enemies as well as from birth death and disease; but when he thinks of himself as pure, as the essence of the Good^ and immovable, he assuredly becomes free from them; the Sruti also says this.
[ Suffers from enemies &c. — Compare Brihada- ranyaka II. iv. 6 — " The Brahmanas oust him who> sees them as diSerent from himself" &c., aiii^