gatitoMember Since 23 Mar 2012
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One desirous of enjoyment (bhoga), liberation (moksha) and knowledge (jnana) should approach a teacher who is both an accomplished yogin and who possesses knowledge (a jnani).
If such a teacher does not exist, one desiring knowledge or moksha should approach a jnani, while one desiring bhoga should seek a yogin capable of granting it.
However, better than a yogin, incapable of granting bhoga and capable only of teaching the means (upaya), is a jnani type of a teacher, who will teach the means and also free (a disciple) at the same time.
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