Kathopanishad - Episode 10

Knowledge of The Self Is Subtler Than The Subtlest

aṇoraṇīyān. It means subtler than the subtlest.

This is a word that Yama uses when explaining that the Truth cannot be taught or understood when just anybody talks of it. It will only be understood when one who has experienced it speaks. The truth is subtler than the subtlest and requires some contemplation and withdrawal to be understood.

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