By Dr. B. R Ambedkar
THE BUDDHA AND HIS DHAMMA through DR.B.R AMBEDKAR
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When referring to Siddharth Gautama, she said : " Blessed indeed is the mother, blessed indeed is the father, who has such a son. " § 19. The Prince and the Servant 1. Channa too should have gone back home with Kanthaka. But he refused to go. He insisted on. seeing the Prince off with Kanthaka at least to the banks of the river Anoma and so insistent was Channa that the Gautama had to yield to his wishes. 2. At last they reached the banks of the river Anoma. 3. Then turning to Channa he said : " Good friend, thy devotion to me has been proved by thy thus following me.
The mind of that wise hero is terribly stern, gentle as his beauty seems, it is pitilessly cruel. Who can desert of his own accord such an infant son with his inarticulate talk, one who would charm even an enemy ? 18. " My heart too is certainly most stern, yea, made of rock or fashioned even of iron, which does not break when its lord is gone to the forest, deserted by his royal glory like an orphan,—he so well worthy of happiness. But what can I do ? " 19. So fainting in her woe, Yeshodhara wept and wept aloud—self-possessed though she was by nature, yet in her distress she had lost her fortitude.
The technique was not to breathe but to reach concentration by stopping breathing. 21. Gautama learned this technique. When he tried concentration by stopping breathing he found that piercing sounds used to come out of his ears, and his head appeared to him to be pierced as though by a sharp pointed knife. 22. It was a painful process. But Gautama did not fail to master it. 23. Such was his training in the Samadhi Marga. § 4. Trial of Asceticism 1. Gautama had given a trial to theSankhya and Samadhi Marga.