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Vedanta Talks

Vedanta Society of New York

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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 ...
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El Podcast del profesor tradicional de Vedanta Óscar Montero trae enseñanzas y reflexiones acerca de la espiritualidad en la vida cotidiana desde la filosofía del yoga y vedanta. Vedanta Academy, educación espiritual para el siglo XXI
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Can one be free from sorrow and inadequacy and live a life of fullness? Yes. Just like our Rishis did. How? Because you can see what they saw! You are the limitless having a limited human experience. Join me to learn this ancient flowing wisdom by which you will live a life of purpose, connection and see your oneness with all. I am Swamini B (Brahmaprajnananda) Ph. D, a happy teacher of Vedanta, writer and a Hindu monk. Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@DiscoverAtma Instagram - https://www. ...
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Vedanta and Yoga

Ramakrishna Vedanta Society, Boston

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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 ...
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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 ...
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Podcast dos Centros Vedanta no Brasil, administrado pelo Centro Ramakrishna Vedanta Brasília, compartilhando conhecimento libertador e inspiração. Temas relacionados à espiritualidade de acordo com Yoga, Vedanta, Meditação, ensinamentos de Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Índia, Hinduísmo. https://www.vedanta.org.br/ http://www.vedantabrasilia.org/
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Vedanta und Jnana Yoga Meditation Kurs

Sukadev Bretz - Weisheit und Spiritualität

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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 ...
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Swami Tattwamayananda, currently the Minister of the Vedanta Society of Northern California, San Francisco, (originally founded by Swami Vivekananda in 1900) served in various centers of the Ramakrishna Order in India as editor, publisher, and teacher of Sanskrit, Advaitic texts such as Sri Shankaracharya's commentaries on the 'Prasthanatraya' (the fundamental Sanskrit texts of Vedanta philosophy), Buddhism and Indian philosophy. He underwent traditional training in Hindu scriptures, Sanskri ...
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Voice of Vedanta

Voice of Vedanta

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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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In this next mini episode from our series of Freedom Talks, we ask the questions: How should we handle people who always misinterpret our actions in a negative connotation even though we have good intentions? What to do when we are taken advantage of by others? Can we align our goals with our guide? And if yes, how? How can an introvert handle the …
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When there seems no way out of suffering, Bhagavan always appears in the most mysterious of forms to bless his devotees. We see this in the events leading to Hiranyakashipu who determined to kill his son Prahlada, challenges the very existence of God and the 4th manifestation of Vishnu appears as Bhagavan Narasimha. And how! To read the podcast tra…
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This is Part 6 of a series of lectures given by Swami Sarvapriyananda on the text, Vakya Vritti.Vakya Vritti is a text of fifty-two Sanskrit slokas attributed to Adi Shankara and is in the form of a dialogue between an eager student and an enlightened teacher. The text concerns itself with the detailed and elaborate explanation of two Mahāvākyas – …
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Title: The Three Traits of Karta 18th Chapter: verse 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 Gita is a condensation of the entire vedic literature. The 18th chapter is a condensation of entire Gita. Lord Krishna divides human traits in three areas – sattvic, rajasik and tamasik. Jnanam (knowledge), karta (doer), karma (action) and buddhi (intellect) – all c…
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This is Part 5 of a series of lectures given by Swami Sarvapriyananda on the text, Vakya Vritti.Vakya Vritti is a text of fifty-two Sanskrit slokas attributed to Adi Shankara and is in the form of a dialogue between an eager student and an enlightened teacher. The text concerns itself with the detailed and elaborate explanation of two Mahāvākyas – …
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This is Part 4 of a series of lectures given by Swami Sarvapriyananda on the text, Vakya Vritti.Vakya Vritti is a text of fifty-two Sanskrit slokas attributed to Adi Shankara and is in the form of a dialogue between an eager student and an enlightened teacher. The text concerns itself with the detailed and elaborate explanation of two Mahāvākyas – …
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This is Part 3 of a series of lectures given by Swami Sarvapriyananda on the text, Vakya Vritti.Vakya Vritti is a text of fifty-two Sanskrit slokas attributed to Adi Shankara and is in the form of a dialogue between an eager student and an enlightened teacher. The text concerns itself with the detailed and elaborate explanation of two Mahāvākyas – …
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This is Part 2 of a series of lectures given by Swami Sarvapriyananda on the text, Vakya Vritti.Vakya Vritti is a text of fifty-two Sanskrit slokas attributed to Adi Shankara and is in the form of a dialogue between an eager student and an enlightened teacher. The text concerns itself with the detailed and elaborate explanation of two Mahāvākyas – …
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This is Part 1 of a series of lectures given by Swami Sarvapriyananda on the text, Vakya Vritti.Vakya Vritti is a text of fifty-two Sanskrit slokas attributed to Adi Shankara and is in the form of a dialogue between an eager student and an enlightened teacher. The text concerns itself with the detailed and elaborate explanation of two Mahāvākyas – …
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Swami Sarvapriyananda and Bernardo Kastrup conducted a profound and illuminating exchange on their perspectives surrounding life and existence. The discussion involved a deep exploration of various eastern and western philosophical schools of thought. The captivating discourse held the room in complete attention, with only a handful of questions pu…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda explains the 10th verse from Chapter 2 of Yoga Vasistha Sarah. The Yoga Vasishtha Sarah, translated as Nectar of Supreme Knowledge, is an Advaitic text consisting of 223 verses.Reference text: https://www.vedanta.com/store/Nectar-of-Supreme-Knowledge.html► To support the Vedanta Society of New York: http://www.vedantany.org/do…
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"From whom this universe comes, in whom it rests, and to whom it goes; and the answer has been given that from freedom it comes, in bondage it rests, and goes back into that freedom again." Inspired by Swami Vivekananda's Karma Yoga, Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the chapter on 'Freedom'.► To support the Vedanta Society of New York: http://www.ve…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda explains the last verse from Chapter 2 of Yoga Vasistha Sarah. He draws upon G.R. Malkani's work, among others, to elucidate Drishti-srishti-vada, the doctrine of creation through perception. The Yoga Vasishtha Sarah, translated as Nectar of Supreme Knowledge, is an Advaitic text consisting of 223 verses. Reference text: https…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on Consciousness at the Synapse 2024, a two day science tech society conference, held in Gurugram, India. The session titled 'The Watcher, the Knower, the Spirit Self' is moderated by Shoma Chaudhury, founder of Lucid Lines Productions.All credits for this video go to Synapse. For further details, see https://www.synaps…
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That moment when we saw all that is here is one, The harmony that we have built in our relationships with Karma Yoga, The care and connection we feel, because of Vedanta. All of the above is thanks to someone you have n't met in person but who has helped you know and enjoy yourself and the world - Jagadguru Adi Shankacaracharya. What are his 10 key…
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"The knowledge of the Self is the fire that burns up the dry grass of desire. This indeed is what is called samadhi, not mere abstention from speech." Inspired by this verse from the Yoga Vasishta Sara, Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the nature of the Self.► To support the Vedanta Society of New York: http://www.vedantany.org/donate…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the Advaita Makaranda – The Nectar of Non-duality – of Sri Lakshmidhara Kavi. The text points to our present experience – the experience of the ordinary soul – and shows how the highest truth is revealed even there, if only we look.► To support the Vedanta Society of New York: http://www.vedantany.org/donate…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the Naishkarmyasiddhi, which is a famous Advaita classic of Shri Sureshvaracharya, an immediate disciple of Adi Shankaracharya, and is said to be a manual embodying the quintessence of Vedanta. The work is held in such high esteem in the tradition of Advaita that it is quoted not only by every important Advaita write…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda conducts a Q&A after his talk is based on the 'Advaita Makaranda' – The Nectar of Non-duality – of Sri Lakshmidhara Kavi. • The Honey of Non-Duality | Swami Sarv... The text points to our present experience – the experience of the ordinary soul – and shows how the highest truth is revealed even there, if only we look. As Swami…
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This talk is based on the 'Advaita Makaranda' – The Nectar of Non-duality – of Sri Lakshmidhara Kavi. The text points to our present experience – the experience of the ordinary soul – and shows how the highest truth is revealed even there, if only we look. As Swami Vivekananda said, “Don’t seek God, just see Him.” The Advaita Makaranda teaches us t…
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"THAT is infinite, THIS is infinite; From That, This comes. THIS added or removed from THAT, the Infinite remains as Infinite. Om, peace, peace, peace." Inspired by this mantra from the Isha Upanishad, Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the nature of Brahman. ► To support the Vedanta Society of New York: http://www.vedantany.org/donate…
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Our temperaments are determined by a combination of the three gunas – sattva guna, rajo guna and tamo guna. Sattva guna is the highest and most sublime. It manifests itself as wisdom and serenity. Rajo guna manifests itself as dynamism and ambition. Tamo guna manifests itself as laziness and delusion. Gunas are not visible and cannot be physically …
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"My nature is light, Nothing but light.When the world arises I alone am shining.When the world arises in me,It is just an illusion:Water shimmering in the sun,A vein of silver in mother-of-pearl, A serpent in a strand of rope."Inspired by these verses from the Ashtavakra Gita, Swami Sarvapriyananda speaks on the nature of the Self.► To support the …
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Many of us probably have probably at some point felt we have/had a reactive personality, we felt distracted, or dull. How can one develop a calmness of body (dama), quietude of mind (sama), and understanding (uparama) so that one can have a more balanced inner world? On this season of Live Vedanta, entitled Stairway to Serenity, we'll be exploring …
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Jeeva, a 45-year-old, believes that many key people are to be blamed for his life turning out the way it did. He goes tocourt, hurling accusations at his parents, friends, partner, CEO of his company, and social media. The judge listens to all the witnesses and contributorsto Jeeva's life and pronounces the verdict while giving many life lessons. T…
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We all feel we can create joy but that only leads to disappointment. When we have guidance in our lives we realize that joy cannot be created. How can one go from acting (karma), to depending (bhakti), to having insight (jnana), to prioritizing (viveka) to independence (vairagya)? How does one step lead to the next on this journey to joy? On this s…
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Composed by Jagadguru Adi Shankararachya, Hanumat Pancharatnam is a stotram of five gems in praise of Hanuman, the greatest bhakta/devotee of Bhagavan Rama. Hanuman has become the beloved of all due to his unparalleled courage, power and devotion. When one prays to him, he is very quick to respond, especially as he still roams the earth as one of t…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches the Mundaka Upanishad which one of the major Upanishads belonging to the Atharva Veda. Mundaka means ''shaved'' like a shaved head. The teachings revealed in this Upanishad are meant to leave the student clean, or shaved of the veil of ignorance. Indeed, the study of this Upanishad has been traditionally confined to th…
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Our mind is like a river -- sometimes it’s dashing and splashing with a never-ending flow of uncontrollable tides, and other times it’s calm and serene, slowly passing by like a lazy river. How do we tame this mind, so that we can use it for our own Higher purpose, rather than be controlled by its instinctive, impulsive, lightning-fast strikes? How…
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Composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya which makes it all the more special and powerful, Sri Rama Bhujanga PrayataStotram is a set of 26 devotional verses dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Rama. The Stotram beautifully unfolds the unchanging nature of Sri Rama that is Brahman, the limitless being, Sri Rama as Bhagavan and Sri Rama as a relational, deeply loved…
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