The Advaita Philosophy Of Adi Sankara

Hari Om Introduction The first systematic exponent of the Advaita is Gaudapada, who is the Parama-Guru (preceptor’s preceptor) of Sri Sankara. Govinda was the disciple of Gaudapada. He became the preceptor of Sankara. Gaudapada has given the central teaching of Advaita Vedanta in his celebrated Mandukya Karikas. But it was Sankara who brought forth the … Continue reading The Advaita Philosophy Of Adi Sankara

You Can Become A YOGI

Hari Om TRUTH knows no death; no birth. It is Eternal; has always been, will always be. Time cannot exhaust its force, for it carries its power within itself. Deep in the heart of Truth is hidden an object we all are groping for. It is power. It is power from the Divine side of … Continue reading You Can Become A YOGI

Brahma Vidhya – From Ego to Absolute Consciousness

Hari Om Ego (mind) manifests itself as emotions such as greed, anger, jealousy, guilt, hatred, lust, resentment, fear, doubt, grief, arrogance, pride, and so on. Whenever you feel any of the above qualities manifest in you, please ask yourself this question, “Why do I feel this way?” …and you will find that it is Ego … Continue reading Brahma Vidhya – From Ego to Absolute Consciousness

Brahma Vidhya (Science of God)

Hari Om Brahma-Vidhya (science of God), is the Science of sciences. The knower of Brahma-Vidhya or the Science of Brahman or the Science of the Absolute, knows everything. His knowledge is full. He has the whole experience through intuition or revelation. Take your firm seat on the rock-bottom of the Upanishadic truths and accept the … Continue reading Brahma Vidhya (Science of God)

Gnyana Yoga by Adi Shankara

Hari Om THIS Great Teacher of Advaitha, who founded monasteries in India for the study of Vedānta philosophy, is believed by many of his followers to have lived several centuries before Christ, though other scholars place him much later. The date does not matter to us today, but his philosophy does, for it is regarded … Continue reading Gnyana Yoga by Adi Shankara

Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharishi

Hari Om Introduction Sri Ramana Maharshi was born on 30th December, 1879. He was known as Venkataraman. Born in a pious middle class Brahmin family, he went to a mission school and learnt a little English. Flight From Home On the 29th of August 1896, Venkataraman left his home in the district of Madurai in … Continue reading Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharishi

Adi Sankara — The Saviour of Vedic Dharma and Exponent of Advaitha Vedanta

Introduction Chaos pervaded all through India in the matter of religion and philosophy. Sect after sect, such as Charvakas, Lokayathikas, Kapalikas, Shaktas, Sankhyas, Buddhas and Madhyamikas sprang up. The number of religions rose as high as seventy-two. There was fight amongst sects. There was no peace anywhere. Chaos and confusion reigned supreme. There was superstition … Continue reading Adi Sankara — The Saviour of Vedic Dharma and Exponent of Advaitha Vedanta

Bhagawan Shri Ramakrishna Paramhansa

Hari Om Om Sri Gurubhyo Namah !!! Bhagawan Shri Ramakrishna Paramhansa [A Rishi, Saint, Vedantic Teacher, a Guru and a Devotee of the Goddess Kali] Here are some of his teachings: “Women are, all of them, the veritable images of Shakti.” “Knowledge leads to unity, but Ignorance to diversity.” “Lovers of God do not belong … Continue reading Bhagawan Shri Ramakrishna Paramhansa

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Totapuri

Hari Om You can watch the video (and/or read the text): Totapuri arrived at the Dakshineswar temple garden toward the end of 1864. Perhaps born in the Punjab, he was the head of a monastery in that province of India and claimed leadership of seven hundred sannyasis. Trained from early youth in the disciplines … Continue reading Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Totapuri