“What Does being Self-Referral mean” …continued

Being both the knower and known, consciousness is also the process of knowledge. Thus consciousness has three qualities within its Self-referral singularity—the qualities of knower, knowing, and known—the three qualities of ‘subject’ (knower), ‘object’ (known), and the relationship between the subject and object (process of knowing) is referred to as Samhita in Sanskrit, the language of consciousness. (Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 1998a, p. 53)[1]

Self-Referral Awareness—the Samhita (lively simultaneity) of
Knower—Knowing—Known

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. (1998a). Introduction to Maharishi Vedic University (2nd ed.). Maharishi Prakasham, India: Age of Enlightenment Publications.

 

[2] Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. (1998a). Introduction to Maharishi Vedic University (2nd ed.). Maharishi Prakasham, India: Age of Enlightenment Publications.

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