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Mind can be known by mind and Divinity can be known by Divinity
– Sri. K.C.Narayana
The topic of this seminar relates to the instrument or means of knowing. Our Master asserts that mind can know mind and divinity can know divinity; and the implication is clear that mind cannot know the divinity. The sentence of the Master taken for the seminar is a part of the message given by him at Channapatna in 1972. He states clearly in this message that  ̳intellectuality works in its own narrow sphere‘ and  ̳we should always take the broader view of things and widen it so that it may be able to cross its own boundary.‘ Mind thus is stated to be of the nature of binding us to our own notions and dogmas.
Our mind, Master has clarified elsewhere, consists of four parts: chitta, manas, buddhi and ahankar. He asserted that a purified mind (with its constituent parts) only will give correct understanding and it is the instrument that we have to use to know our true nature: in fact it is on this axiom the whole of Rajayoga is explained by him. Yet he makes the statement that mind can know mind and divinity the 389

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