MAKNA AJARAN BRAHMAWIDYĀ DALAM TATTWA SANGHYANG MAHĀJÑĀNA

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Tattwa Sanghyang Mahājñāna is one of the Śiwa tattwa’s scripture, which teaches about
ātma jñana (knowledge of one's own nature) to achieve kalêpasan through the path of jñana sandhi
(yogic knowledge). There has been no research on the meaning of Brahmawidyā teachings in the
Tattwa Sanghyang Mahājñāna, so research is needed. Besides that no one has researched it, it is
also considered the Tattwa Sanghyang Mahājñāna as an old and complete text as a source of
Brahmawidyā teachings, especially Úiwa Siddhānta. This study aims to determine the meaning of
Brahmawidyā teachings in the Tattwa Sanghyang Mahājñāna. To analyze the meaning of the
teachings, the hermeneutic theory is used, so that it is easy to understand according to the current
context. The method used in this research is a literature study with a qualitative research type
approach. The results of the study found several meanings, including: 1) The meaning of selfcontrol, explaining the ability or effort to control materialistic elements that can affect the quality
of the soul. 2) The meaning of surrender to God (Īśwarapranidhāna), explains the form of effort
in getting closer to Lord Śiwa. 3) The meaning of spiritual awareness, explains the awareness that
is achieved by the soul and is not trapped in material or worldly elements. 4) The meaning of
liberation, namely the detachment from the world which in the context of Hinduism is called mokṣa
or kalêpasan


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.55115/jnana.v3i2.2249

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