On Advaita Vedanta & Ramana Maharshi

Yoga and Buddhism: Similarities and Differences

Jan 9,20

Hindu Yoga and Buddhism are sister traditions which evolved in the same dharmic culture of ancient India. The Dalai Lama …

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Why Ayurvedic Students Should Study Vedanta

Jan 5,20

All Vedic knowledge, which Ayurveda is part of, aims at Self-realization – the recognition of our true nature (Atman or …

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Vedantic Meditation

Dec 23,19

From darkness lead us to light, from non-being lead us to being, from death lead us to immortality. Brihadaranyaka UpanishadI.3.28 …

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What is Your Real Identity? Going Beyond All Outer Identity to Universal Awareness

Nov 25,19

By Dr. David Frawley The Pursuit of Identity Identity and belonging have always been an important part of human life, …

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The Fifteenfold Non-dualistic Raja Yoga of Shankaracharya

Oct 15,19

Shankara, the Great Yogi Shankaracharya, or Adi Shankara the teacher, is one of the greatest spiritual masters in the history …

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The Goddess Kali and the Spiritual Heart

Oct 5,19

By David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri) The Role of the Spiritual Heart and Self-Inquiry Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi’s teachings on non-duality emphasize …

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The Teachings of Ramana Maharshi: An Integral View

Oct 3,19

Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, perhaps modern India’s greatest sage, recommended Atma-Vichara or Self-inquiry as the best and most direct approach for …

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Why Hindu dharma is the world’s most profound philosophical tradition

Sep 3,19

India’s great gift of higher knowledge to the world that remains at the cutting edge of science, spirituality and psychology …

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Misconceptions about Advaita

Aug 19,19

The Allure of the Direct Path Advaita, which refers to the state of non-duality of the Self and God, can …

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Guru Purnima: Spreading the message of India’s gurus

Jul 16,19

  The Guru has been one of India’s main exports to the world, with many traveling to teach and inspire …

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