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Talks on Vedanta given by Swami Sarvapriyananda at the Vedanta Society of New York (founded by Swami Vivekananda in 1894). Vedanta is one of the world’s most ancient religious philosophies and one of its broadest. Based on the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of India, Vedanta affirms the oneness of existence, the divinity of the soul, and the harmony of religions. Web: http://www.vedantany.org iTunes Podcast: http://bit.ly/vedanta-talks-itunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/vedanta-talks-google-pla ...
 
Lectures on Yoga and Vedanta given at the Boston Vedanta Society. Vedanta is one of the world's most ancient religious philosophies and one of its broadest. Based on the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of India, Vedanta affirms the oneness of existence, the divinity of the soul, and the harmony of religions. According to Vedanta, God is infinite existence, infinite consciousness, and infinite bliss. The term for this impersonal, transcendent reality is Brahman, the divine ground of being. Yet V ...
 
Swami Tattwamayananda’s class on Srimad Bhagavad Gita is held at the Vedanta Society of Northern California, San Francisco (founded by Swami Vivekananda in 1900) on Friday evenings in the First Universal Hindu Temple in the West (founded by Swami Trigunatitananda in 1905). Classes are held on Friday night at 7:30 pm. All are most welcome. The Srimad Bhagavad Gita is the most important spiritual classic of Hinduism. Swami Tattwamayananda, currently the Minister of the Vedanta Society of North ...
 
Vedanta und Jnana Yoga in 20 Lektionen lernen. Jnana Yoga ist der Yoga des Wissens, der Weisheit und der Erkenntnis. Vedanta Meditation, das sind abstrakte Meditationen für klaren Geist und intuitive Verwirklichung der Wahrheit. In diesem Kurs wollen wir uns beschäftigen mit den wichtigsten Fragen des Lebens: – Wer bin ich – Was ist wirklich – Was ist Glück – Gibt es eine höhere Wirklichkeit – und wenn ja: Wie ist sie erfahrbar? Der Kurs besteht aus 20 Lektionen. Für jede Woche gibt es ein K ...
 
Vedanta is one of the world’s most ancient religious philosophies and one of its broadest. Based on the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of India, Vedanta affirms the oneness of existence, the divinity of the soul, and the harmony of religions. Vedanta is the philosophical foundation of Hinduism; but while Hinduism includes aspects of Indian culture, Vedanta is universal in its application and is equally relevant to all countries, all cultures, and all religious backgrounds. A closer look at the ...
 
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1. Pride, Vanity, Conceit, Self-Glorification: Any form of hurt is due to pride, an inflated ego, one that is excessively attached to what it thinks it knows, believes, possesses or how it looks. When you expect other people to make … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
In this next episode of the Meditation in Life series, we learn about the cause and effects of being unsettled. Vivekji describes the changes in our lifestyle that are needed to move from feeling unsettled to being peaceful. Want to catch up on the first year of Meditation in Life? Start here. For those on the journey of self-development, Chinmaya …
 
Una cosa es la sabiduría humana nacida de nuestra experiencia y disciplinas de conocimiento y otra, diferente, la divina. 🔅 En sanscrito a una se la llama apara-vidya y a la divina para-vidya, literalmente, el conocimiento de la realidad suprema. 🙏 Hoy he elegido un versículo de los evangelios cristianos porque Jesús introduce un tema muy peculiar:…
 
1. Pride, Vanity, Conceit, Self-Glorification: Any form of hurt is due to pride, an inflated ego, one that is excessively attached to what it thinks it knows, believes, possesses or how it looks. When you expect other people to make … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
How to overcome tamas? When you are rajasic and succesful you have no time to pay attention to yourself. Stuck in sattva. Danger of vanity and stop of growth. Verse 58: “Success is easier to attain by informal devotion than … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
How to overcome tamas? When you are rajasic and succesful you have no time to pay attention to yourself. Stuck in sattva. Danger of vanity and stop of growth. Verse 58: “Success is easier to attain by informal devotion than … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
Despite knowing the techniques to quieten the mind, we may still feel that our mind wanders during meditation. In this next episode of the Meditation in Life series, Vivekji provides more tactile methods to make our inner software pure and focused. Want to catch up on the first year of Meditation in Life? Start here. For those on the journey of sel…
 
In this next episode of the Meditation in Life series, Vivekji highlights some challenges that can surface as we begin practicing meditation. We learn about the methods to help overcome these challenges with determination and inspiration. Want to catch up on the first year of Meditation in Life? Start here. For those on the journey of self-developm…
 
All great teachers ensure their students are clear about what is being taught. In this next episode of the Meditation in Life series, Vivekji gives us a review of the purpose, preparation, process, and proceeds of meditation. Success in meditation requires us to evolve our perspective from sight to vision and from logic to faith. Want to catch up o…
 
Free will. Making no choice and turning it over to ishvara. Issue of free will: what values are determining your use of free will? Those values are chosen by the gunas. If tamas predominates fear will inform your choices. If … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
Free will. Making no choice and turning it over to ishvara. Issue of free will: what values are determining your use of free will? Those values are chosen by the gunas. If tamas predominates fear will inform your choices. If … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
Q&A session lead by Swami Sarvapriyananda at the Vedanta Society of New York on June 13th, 2021. List of questions with timestamps:00:00 - Intro02:05 - How can realization occur in the mind, if the mind is actually false?06:51 - If I am pure consciousness, why do unwanted situations appear to me?15:43 - Is it true that the "ego" consciousness sets …
 
How does one go from an intellectual understanding of the ‘Self’ to a living realization? Through the aid of Vedantic Meditation, Swami Sarvapriyananda shares methods that can be used to reach this ultimate spiritual goal. This discourse is inspired from a verse from the Brihadharanyaka Upanishad (Mantra 4.4.12) as taught in the book, Pancadasi by …
 
Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the fifth stage of knowledge (Direct Knowledge - Aparoksha-Jnana) as taught in the 7th chapter of Pancadasi (by Vidyaranya). This discourse is inspired by a verse from the Brihadharanyaka Upanishad (Mantra 4.4.12): "If a man knows the Self as ‘I am this,’ then desiring what and for whose sake will he suffer in the wa…
 
Sage Uddalaka asks his son Svetaketu: What is that knowledge by which we hear the unhearable, perceive what cannot be perceived and know what cannot be known? Inspired from this story from the Chandogya Upanishad, Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches the great saying (mahavakya) - Tat Tvam Asi (That Thou Art).This discourse is also inspired from a verse f…
 
“The tenth man counts the other nine, each of whom is visible to him, but forgets himself, though his Self is ever known to him”. Swami Sarvapriyananda expands on the allegory of “the Tenth Man” as taught in Chapter 7 of the book, Pancadasi by Vidyaranya. This chapter is inspired from a verse from the Brihadharanyaka Upanishad (Mantra 4.4.12): "If …
 
"If a man knows the Self as ‘I am this,’ then desiring what and for whose sake will he suffer in the wake of the body?" Based on this verse from the Brihadharanyaka Upanishad (Mantra 4.4.12) and the associated commentary from Vidyaranya Swami (7th Chapter of Panchadasi), Swami Sarvapriyananda provides inspiration and strength to help us cope with t…
 
Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 6 (Verses 16-19) of the Bhagavad Gita. In this series of talks, Swami Sarvapriyananda unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of the Bhagavad Gita (The Song of God).Vedanta Society of New York による
 
Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 6 (Verse 15) of the Bhagavad Gita. In this series of talks, Swami Sarvapriyananda unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of the Bhagavad Gita (The Song of God).Vedanta Society of New York による
 
-9th chapter: verses 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 -The lecture was given by Swami Tattwamayananda on June 25, 2021. -8th verse: “Animating My own prakriti, I project this whole multitude of different beings. Then they exist, but they are helpless and not free.” -So long as we are attached to prakriti, under the influence of the three gunas, we are in a sta…
 
With an understanding of the evolution from quietude to silence, how do we get there? In this next episode of the Meditation in Life series, Vivekji tells us the secret to achieve success in contemplation. We learn about what is needed to raise identification from our body, mind and intellect to that which is higher. Want to catch up on the first y…
 
Trust in a guru? Manipulation and guru. Respect teachers with knowledge. Don’t hand over your trust to a teacher simply because you are suffering. If your heart is pure ishvara will give you the right guru. You should be able … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
Trust in a guru? Manipulation and guru. Respect teachers with knowledge. Don’t hand over your trust to a teacher simply because you are suffering. If your heart is pure ishvara will give you the right guru. You should be able … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
-9th chapter: verses 6, 7, 8 -The lecture was given by Swami Tattwamayananda on June 18, 2021. -6th verse: “Just as the mighty, strong wind, that is always moving everywhere, rests in the sky, but does not have the ability to make any modifications to the sky – similarly, all beings rest in Me.” -According to the Upanishadic concept of evolution - …
 
La acción, y por tanto, las actividades se pueden convertir en una fuente de preocupación, de ansiedad, de tensión. La Bhagavad Gita nos enseña como prepararnos para que no huyamos de la acción sin ser afectados, o minimizando su afección.El Jiva Yatra, o "Viaje del individuo" es una guía que nos prepara para afrontar mejor nuestro camino por la vi…
 
In this next episode of the Meditation in Life series, we learn from Vivekji about the evolution from quietude to silence. Our nature is independent, our nature is silence. When we know this, we can revel in silence rather than being afraid of it. Want to catch up on the first year of Meditation in Life? Start here. For those on the journey of self…
 
Revision of verses 38-43. Vedanta is a method that the teacher applies to your mind. You are always aware. Elimination of nonessential factors. Bliss in deep sleep. Do you stop existing when you go to sleep? Something that you can … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
Revision of verses 38-43. Vedanta is a method that the teacher applies to your mind. You are always aware. Elimination of nonessential factors. Bliss in deep sleep. Do you stop existing when you go to sleep? Something that you can … Continue reading →Sukadev Bretz Yoga Vidya による
 
Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 6 (Verses 10-14) of the Bhagavad Gita. In this series of talks, Swami Sarvapriyananda unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of the Bhagavad Gita (The Song of God).Vedanta Society of New York による
 
-9th chapter: verses 4, 5 -The lecture was given by Swami Tattwamayananda on June 11, 2021. -4th verse: “All this is pervaded by Me in unmanifest form. All beings exist in Me, but I don’t exist in them.” -The infinite pervades the finite. The finite is not a creation or a product of the infinite. For example, the clay pot is pervaded by clay. Under…
 
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