Final6 - Final#6 1. Describe the two models of the human...

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Final#6 1. Describe the two models of the human person found in Vedanta and bring out their interconnection. Vedanta distinguishes between two models of the human person: Kosas (five seaths) Trisarira (three bodies) KOSA: The five sheaths in a circle consist of: a. Annamaya - food a. Pranamaya- vital layers a. Manumaya -mind a. Vijnanamaya - consciousness a. Anandamaya - bliss First two represent the physical body Next two represent the subtle body Last represents the causal body In the middle lies Atman TRISARIRA: a. Gross body (Stultha Samra) Food is here a. Subtle body (Suksma Sarta) hunger a. Causal body (Karana Sarira) Cause of the subtle and gross body At the top lies the true self GROSS BODY: Food and Vital Sheath is in gross body, five organs of action are a part of it Food Sheath - Caused by food, maintained by food, and finally ends up as food Vital Sheath -
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Final6 - Final#6 1. Describe the two models of the human...

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