|If your mind is troubled with any doubt
as to what is right or wrong, follows the example of gentle and pious elders living in
your neighbourhood in regard to those matters. This is the rule and this the teaching.
In the third valli of the Taittiriya Upanishad, Varuna instructs his son Bhrigu on
the immanence of Brahman in matter as well as in the Spirit.
The food we eat and the air we breathe are
sacred forms of Brahman that builds us, up, enables us to speak, think, act, exercise the
will and under stand. He knew that food is Brahman, for from food, indeed,
are born all beings in this world, by food do they live, and, after death, they become
food again for other beings.