On the Vedas & their interpretation

Modern Science and Vedic Science

Feb 26,20

Vedic Science and the Pursuit of Truth Real science consists of an objective pursuit of truth through observation and experimentation. …

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The Profound Relevance of Vedic Knowledge Today

Jan 28,20

The ultimate technology is not that of external machines and computers but arises through mastering the powers of our own …

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Veda and Yoga are One: Veda is knowledge and Yoga is its practice

Dec 30,19

Veda is knowledge and Yoga is its practice. It is that simple. They are two sides of the same truth. …

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The Flow of Soma

Jul 23,19

By David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) In the following article we will discuss the Vedic principle of Soma and its …

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Vedic Light and Tantric Energy Yogas

May 20,19

  By Acharya David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) Tantra and Veda: One Tradition   A number of writers and teachers, …

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Vedic Yoga and the Three Gunas

Mar 15,19

In the philosophy of Yoga, derived from the Samkhya system, all matter in the universe is reducible to one primary substance called Prakriti. Prakriti literally means the original power of action. It does not refer to substance in the physical sense but to the potential from which all forms of matter, energy and mind can arise. Prakriti is the original state of pure potential out of which all things become possible. Prakriti is the latent state of substance, like the seed that holds the potential for a great tree. It is the prima materia of the world of which matter, energy and mind are manifestations. Prakriti, we could say, is the causal or original form of all substances, from which their subtle and gross forms arise. It is extremely subtle, ethereal and transcendent, forming the basis for space that is its first material form.

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Why India’s ancient Rigveda remains one of humanity’s most important books

Aug 20,18

As perhaps humanity’s oldest book, the Rigveda remains one of its most mysterious and transformative. The Rigveda is the oldest …

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Agni and the Fire of Self-Inquiry

May 5,18

By David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) Self-inquiry (Atma-vichara), such as taught by Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, is regarded as the simplest …

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Why Varna is Not Caste

Sep 9,16

The Four Varna system reflects a deep ecological and yogic vision of social and universal unity very different from the …

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Sanskritization: A New Model of Language Development

Sep 9,16

  The process of Sanskritization is evident not only in the languages of North India that appear to derive from …

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