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श्रीज्ञानदेवतेहत्तिशी - अभंग ७

"श्रीज्ञानदेवतेहत्तिशी" या पुस्तकात श्रीज्ञानेश्वरांनी तेहतीस अभंगांतून जगाला अध्यात्मज्ञान दिले.


अभंग ७

अंगुष्ठप्रमाण रारा यंत्र । उर्ध्व लक्षुनि अर्घमात्र ।

भेदिला मसुरप्रमाण नेत्र । चिन्मय स्वरुप पहावया ॥७॥

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पंचमातृकांचेवर । पाहिलें हे रासायंत्र । ज्या उपरि अर्धमात्र । चित्कला ते ॥१॥

जेथ आकाशाची लावणीं । जालीं दृश्याची पेरणीं । श्वेतश्याम कलारुपिणी । शीत उष्ण ॥२॥

अर्धमात्रेचिया अरुते । रारा यंत्र पाहिलें तें । त्याचे तेजें अर्धमात्रेते । लक्षिले उर्ध्व ॥३॥

ललाटाचिया तटी । ब्रह्मारंघ्राचे ऐलपटी । रारायंत्र चित्कळा दिठी । अंगुष्ठमात्र ॥४॥

जेतुंली पहातां हंसस्थिति । तेजोरुपत्मप्रचीति । सोहं हंसाची अनुवृत्ति । उजाळली ॥५॥

प्राण पातला हंसगति । म्हणोनि चालिली अनुवृत्ति ऐशी साक्षात्कार स्थिति । तेजोमय ॥६॥

तेणें लक्षिली अर्धमात्र । साक्षी आत्मा जो स्वतंत्र । तेणें भेदिलासे नेत्र । मसुरप्रमाण ॥७॥

आपणासि पहाया आपण । भेदिलेंसें शुन्यपण । जेणे आथिलेअसेंद्वैतैपण । आत्मसुखा ॥८॥

मग ते चिन्मय पडले गांठी । पाहतां शुन्यांचें शेवटी । नीलबिंदुमात्र दृष्टी । लक्षितांचि ॥९॥

जेथ पहाणें विसावलें । गगनाचें देखणें आटलें । पहाणेपण तें निमालें । सकळ दृश्य ॥१०॥

जरि का उदयीं जाय तरंग । तरी सिंधु तो अभंग । लक्ष्य लक्षतां प्रसंग । उरेल कायीं ॥११॥

लक्ष्य लक्षी स्थिरावले । तरी तें अलक्ष्यचि जालें । जेणें स्वरुप देखिलें । चिन्मयाचे ॥१२॥

चंद्रसुर्य शिणले नयन । जेथ गेले हारपोन । चैतन्य विश्रांतिकारण । पातलें जेथ ॥१३॥

जीवनांचे करोनि मंथन । जे निर्गुणाची जले सगुण । सोहंतत्वीं गगनीं गहन । भरोनि ठेलें ॥१४॥

नीलबिंदूचिया पोंटीं । चिंदकाशाचिये दिटी । चिन्मय स्वरुपाची गोठीं पहातां दिसे ॥१५॥

जीवशिवांची मिळणी होवोनियां सोहंगगनीं । जीवन प्रगट सगुणपणीं । चिन्मय ते ॥१६॥

तेथ साक्षात्कार स्वरुप । जेणें नुरलासे संकल्प । समाधानचि अपाप । होवोनि ठेले ॥१७॥

ज्ञानराज हे दृष्टी लाधली । तेचि पाहिजे साधिली । सदगुरुनाथें कृपा केली । तरीच घडे ॥१८॥

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LIKHITA I(लिखित)

  • An ancient sage. The King of that land cut off his hands on a charge of theft. But they grew into their original form by the power of the penance of his brother, [Chapter 23, Śānti Parva]. It was a time when the celebrated King Sudyumna was ruling over the country. On the banks of the river Bāhudā in that country there lived two sages, Śaṅkha and Likhita, in two separate hermitages of their own. Once Likhita went to the āśrama of his elder brother Śaṅkha and finding none but feeling hungry took some vegetables from there and started eating them. While he was eating his brother walked in and he deemed the action of his brother taking the vegetables without his permission as an act of theft. Cutting the hands of the culprit was the punishment accorded by the King at that time to the offender. Śaṅkha sent Likhita to the King. The King received the sage respecifully and gave him a seat. The sage then told him all that had happened and then Sudyumna ordered the hands of Likhita to be cut off. Blood was oozing from his hands when Likhita went and bowed before his brother. The brother congratulated him on his accepting the punishment for his crime and asked Likhita to go and take a dip in the Bāhudā river. Likhita bathed in that holy river and then he found both the hands growing like lotus-buds from his body. He rushed to his brother and showed him the hands and then Śaṅkha said that it was due to the power of his penance that Likhita got his hands. Then Likhita asked his brother why he did not purify him by his power before. Śaṅkha replied that the power of punishing was vested in the King and the King Sudyumna had become great by executing the law correctly. 
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