Now I shall praise the “Supreme Truth” (Paramartha) that is of the nature of the ultimate welfare of aspirants.
There are many practices which offer results in the future, but the realization of Brahman and the essence of Vedic science can be experienced immediately.
It is present everywhere, but it is not perceived. It is indifferent to everything. It sees everything, yet always remains ever unseen itself.
It is the essence of Self-essence. It is permanent and never suffers any damage or loss. Thieves can never take it away, no matter how hard they may try.
It has no fear of king or government, nor of fire or fierce animals. It would not be correct to say anything such as this.
The “Absolute Reality,” Parabrahman, cannot be moved. It will never leave its place even after the end of time. It remains always where it is.
It is one’s own true belonging that never changes. It never increases or decreases over time.
The wonder of this Paramartha is that once known, the signs of birth and death disappear, and one attains “Ultimate Liberation” (Sayujya Mukti) which is the identification with That which is nearest.
With discrimination (viveka), Illusion disappears, and one comes to realize Parabrahman through contemplative thoughtfulness and inquiry.
When Brahman is experienced fully, the entire appearance of the creation of the five elements becomes submerged in Brahman and is felt to be insignificant.
The worldly life appears untrue, and Illusion is seen as a false story when the “Pure Self” is perceived inwardly through discrimination.
When established in Brahman, doubts and suspicions are gone, and the entirety of creation becomes like an old tattered and torn rag that is fit to be discarded.
To what extent can I describe the capacity of this most powerful and effective path?
Paramartha makes life worthwhile. This Supreme Meaning is the real savior of the world, and is the true spiritual life that gives realization which is beyond this world.
One who has this Paramartha is like a true ruler, while one without this Paramartha is the equivalent of a beggar. This Supreme Truth cannot be compared to anything.
(Quotes from Chapter: 1, Sub-Chapter: 9)