The Purusha alone is all this-what has been and what will be. He is also the Lord of Immortality and of whatever grows by food. Yajur Veda, Svetasvatara Upanishad, Part I, Chapter III, 15 The snake and the scorpion which viciously bite, which, chilled ...
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Vedic Verses for 10/22/17

The Purusha alone is all this-what has been and what will be. He is also the Lord of Immortality and of whatever grows by food.

Yajur Veda, Svetasvatara Upanishad, Part I, Chapter III, 15

The snake and the scorpion which viciously bite, which, chilled by winter, lie slothfully hidden, the wriggling worm, all that stirs in the rains--may it, creeping, not creep on us! Instead, may you grant us the blessing of all that is wholesome!

Atharva Veda XII, 1, 46

He who thus knows these Revati Samans as interwoven in animals becomes the possessor of animals; he reaches the full length of life, lives brightly, becomes great in children and cattle, great in fame. For him the injunction is: Do not decry animals.

Sama Veda, Chandogya Upanishad II, XVIII - Meditation on the Revati Saman, 2

He who thus knows the Yajnayajniya Saman as interwoven in the members of the body becomes possessed of limbs; he is not crippled in any limb, he reaches the full length of life, lives brightly, becomes great in children and cattle, great in fame. For him the injunction is: For one year do not eat meat or ''Do not eat meat at all."

Sama Veda, Chandogya Upanishad II, XIX - Meditation on the Yajnayajniya Saman, 2

He who thus knows the Rajana Saman as interwoven in the gods obtains the same world as the gods, acquires the same prosperity as theirs and realizes union with them; he reaches the full length of lives brightly, becomes great in children and cattle, great in fame. him the injunction is: Do not decry the brahmins.

Sama Veda, Chandogya Upanishad II, XX - Meditation on the Rajana Saman, 2

    
 



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