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What is bondage?
Why should we not have any bondage?
Is the emotion that I can see God wrong?
Are there really three states of consciousness?
Who is the "I" that experiences the three states of consciousness?
Are rituals necessary in life?
Where does the cause and effect cycle lead us to?
Who is an ignorant?
We have often heard people wanting to be left alone “…in their own world”. What is your own world? Does your own world create ‘aloneness’ or ‘loneliness’?
If these questions have stimulated you to think and aroused your curiosity to seek answers to what seems to be simple, then you have found the key.
This Upanishad lays emphasis on the importance of renunciation in attaining Kaivalya or liberation. The jivathma keeps revolving in the three states of consciousness and when he realizes that all the three states dissolve into one, he verily attains Brahman, he attains kaivalya. Study and practice lead one to a state of Kaivalya (liberation). Kaivalyopanishad is the explanation of the Kaivalya – the result of liberation. All Upanishads teach that through jnanam we gain liberation. This Upanishad teaches us what comes after liberation.