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Kenopanishad

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The Kenopanishad states that the self is the seeing power for the eyes, the hearing capacity for the ears. The self is not attainable to the senses, but the senses function because of the self.
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The Kenopanishad describes an incident in the lives of the celestial beings to teach a very significant lesson.

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