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Vedanta Talks
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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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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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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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Vedanta Brasil
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Vedanta Brasil

Vedanta Brasil

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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 and Yoga
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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, 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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Vedanta und Jnana Yoga Meditation Kurs
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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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Voice of Vedanta
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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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Like Neo in The Matrix, has something always felt wrong about the world? Why is everyone looking for a permanent happiness in impermanent places, and then after it doesn’t last, wondering what they’re still missing? Why do we project (vikshepa) happiness onto every new food, vacation, and position, rather than remember where happiness always was? W…
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We love and thrive on our experiences and crave for more. Vedanta helps us question if experience is indeed our reality. Through an enquiry into the three states of experience - waking, dream and deep sleep, we discover the unchanging I that is present in all experiences but untouched by all experiences. Sounds like a contradiction? It is the un-ne…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 12 (Verses 12-13) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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5th verse: “The three virtues of Yajna, dana and tapah should not be given up. These three virtues become natural to the enlightened and become the means to those aspiring to be enlightened.” 6th verse: “Yajna, dana and tapah should be performed giving up our attachment to the results and our selfish desire to enjoy the results of the work.” Yajna …
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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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Why does it feel like there is so much separation in the world? Is it because we are always competing with each other? What is deeper than our form (rupa) and personalities (varna)? How are we all so different, yet the exact same? On this season of Live Vedanta, entitled Stairway to Serenity, we'll be exploring 100 words at the heart of our self-de…
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The vision of Vedanta is that you are Brahman, the limitless being. It is not possible to see this wisdom without the grace of Brahman himself or herself as Bhagavati. It is not possible to see this wisdom without seeing the world as a manifestation of Brahman. And so we worship the wisdom and intelligence permeating the world as Devi Sharada or Sa…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 12 (Verses 9-11) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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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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We may sometimes wonder why we are the way we are. Why do we do the things we do? Our actions are caused by our thoughts (vrtti) and those thoughts come from our print (vasanas), which is who we are because of our past actions. But how can we change the core of who we are? What tools (upadhi) can we use to reach our higher purpose? On this season o…
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Every year, practising Hindus undertake a pilgrimage to sacred sites, temples, rivers, mountains, lakes and places considered energetically more potent with the presence ofdevatas and Rishis and hence their blessings. A tirthayatra (pilgrimage) is different from a vacation in which we expect and seek comfort and convenience. What are the reasons we…
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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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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 12 (Verse 8) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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The word 'Rama' was there long before Bhagavan Rama appeared on this earth as an Avataara. How did even the name, nama inspire and transform Rishi Valmiki, Swami Samarth Ramadas and other saints? The podcast transcript - https://discoveratma.com/262-the-transformative-power-of-the-sacred-word-rama/ Our monthly newsletter - Aarsha Vidya Bharati - Ja…
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All of us struggle with sustaining our motivation levels in eatinghealthy, exercising regularly, meditating daily, contacting friends, learning a skill, doing japa or regularly attending Vedanta class. What are the internal and or external factors that motivate us? How can we do what really matters to us? Dharmo rakshati rakshitah. Dharma protects …
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Title: Yajna, Dana and Tapah Should Not be Given Up 18th Chapter: verse 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 3rd verse: “According to Samkhya philosophy, all actions should be given up. According to Mimamsa philosophy, performance of Yajna, dana and tapah should not be given up.” According to Kapila and Samkhya philosophy, every action is mixed with some imperfection and…
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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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Like weary travelers endlessly stumbling after illusions of water in the burning desert, we spend most of our lives running after one inner demand after another. When does the chase end? Are we carrying boulders of emotional baggage in our memory (chitta), or are we learning from the past to move on? Do we allow the leech that is the Ego (ahankara)…
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The 18th chapter is the longest and is about moksha-sannyasa-yoga. It is also considered as a condensation of the previous 17 chapters. Moksha represents the highest value in human existence and means liberation from the bondage of samsara. Sannyasa means giving up the feeling up doer-ship and the renouncement of ego. According to Hindu tradition, …
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As we approach the re-opening of the grand Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, inviting Bhagavan Sri Rama to always be with us, we also invite Sri Rama into our hearts. It was written by Goswami Tulsidas ji sometime in the 16th century as a part of Vinay Patrika. We listen to this beautiful bhajan sung by our beloved Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati ji and dwell…
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When using our gadgets in our daily lives, there’s one thing we never forget to do: plug them in. Well, what are we plugged into? Do we feel drained, and out of battery? Are we investing in a more efficient input (prana), to live deeper than it? Are we allowing the mind (manah) to interpret the world, or are we directing it within? Do we find the i…
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The 18th chapter is the longest and is about moksha-sannyasa-yoga. It is also considered as a summary of the previous 17 chapters. Moksha means liberation from the bondage of samsara. In modern times, it can be interpreted as liberation from utilitarian values, ultimately reaching a state where we stop searching for continuous happiness, and where …
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What does it truly mean to feel fortunate (bhagya)? What are some ways we can get to this feeling of serenity? Vivekji teaches us one way to invest in feeling fortunate is to know that all is temporary. Realizing that even the body (deha) is an equipment we have to help us uncover our true nature. On this season of Live Vedanta, entitled Stairway t…
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When Sri Rama was exhausted and worried on the battlefield just before his encounter with Ravana, Rishi Agastya appears and teaches him this powerful and sacred worship to Aditya, the presiding deity of the Sun. And the rest as they say is history or Itihaasa. We too can gain victory in our pursuits by learning and chanting this brilliant Aditya Hr…
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When dealing with uncomfortable situations, many of us try to escape from mental pain (dukha nivrtti), such as stress, anxiety, fear, etc. We try escaping by engaging in activities that we think will bring us joy. But what is a practical and permanent way to face those uncomfortable situations? How can we go from trying to escape discomfort to stri…
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In any given situation, atleast two forces seem to be opposed to each other. Discipline - Laziness, Composure-Stress, Optimism-Pessimism. Bhagavan Krishna says that to be a master we need to direct the dialogue and ally with Dharma. How? The podcast transcript - https://discoveratma.com/259-how-to-resolve-our-internal-conflicts-a-friendly-teaching-…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 12 (Verses 5-7) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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Reset and recharge your relationships for the new year! Vivekji's new course, Harmony in Relationships, is crafted to enhance collaboration, deepen understanding, and foster lasting connections. It gives participants a unique opportunity to take a step back and reflect on how they collaborate in personal, professional, or social settings. Take a pe…
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Shri Dattatreya is one of the most revered sages whoincarnated on earth. And he gave teachings which are in the form of Tripura Rahasya.In the Jnana Khanda which is a section on wisdom, the commentator narrates a story of the Jivatma, its sense of bondage and liberation. It is Sri Dattatreya Jayanti on 26th December 2023 and we hear his teaching to…
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Title: Performing Actions with Sattvic Shraddha 17th Chapter: verses 26, 27, 28; recapitulation of 17th chapter It is difficult for normal human beings to perform their spiritual practices with perfection. With the utterance of “Om Tat Sat”, when we perform any act - Yajna, dana and tapah – they become purified. When we offer our activity to the al…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 12 (Verse 3-4) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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Many times in life, we find ourselves tired -- completely exhausted in running the seemingly endless race of responsibilities. When we’re lacking in inspiration to keep going, where do we find purpose (puruṣhārtha) in all this? How do we choose between what’s easy and pleasurable (preyas) vs. what’s peaceful and visionary (shreyas)? On this season …
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This year was a happy year! We did a lot of karma.We upheld Dharma by practising universal values. Dharma made us happy. Do you know which values mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita, you effortlessly embodied? The podcast transcript - https://discoveratma.com/257-your-tree-of-karma-how-did-it-grow-this-year/ Our December 2023 newsletter of Aarsha Vidya …
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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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Title: Purifying Spiritual Practices with Om Tat Sat 17th Chapter: verses 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 23rd verse: “In the Vedic literature, specifically the Upanishads, it is stated that “Om Tat Sat” constitutes the essence of all vedic literature. It represents the triple designation of Brahman. These three words are behind the origin and creation of the B…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 12 (Verse 1-2) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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Living is like a mirror. When we are angry, the world is angry. When we are happy, the world is happy. What can we do to cheerfully evolve into a courageous personality? What are the steps we can take to become more integrated? On this season of Live Vedanta, entitled Stairway to Serenity, we'll be exploring 100 words at the heart of our self-devel…
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All of us have used Vedanta to avoid or bypass uncomfortable emotions or the challenges of daily living, at some time of the other. If allowed to continue, spiritual bypassing prevents us from enjoying the fruits of this knowledge. And so we look at ourselves clearly and gain the right perspective to our emotions in the light of Vedanta. The podcas…
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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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Title: Meaning of Om Tat Sat 17th Chapter: verses 20, 21, 22, 23 Yajna, Dana, and Tapah – these spiritual principles have the triple dimensions of Sattvika, Rajasika and Tamasika. Yajna refers to any noble, unselfish deed that is done with a sense of sanctity and sacredness and as an offering to God. Our everyday activities can be spiritualized whe…
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Swami Sarvapriyananda teaches Chapter 11 (Verse 47-55) of the Bhagavad Gita. This series of talks unfolds the highest truths of Vedanta through the study of "The Song of God".Vedanta Society of New York
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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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What is the purpose of living? It is to be joyous. But how? What are some steps we can take to dive deeper into our purpose? How can we do this with all the ups and downs life throws at us? On this season of Live Vedanta, entitled Stairway to Serenity, we'll be exploring 100 words at the heart of our self-development. The more we understand these w…
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Here is a lovely story from Sri Swami Rama Tirtha, a teacher of Vedanta who lived before Swami Vivekananda. Guess what the person finds when he looks for God? The podcast transcript - https://discoveratma.com/255-the-one-who-looked-for-god-story/ Our December 2023 newsletter of Aarsha Vidya Bharati - Looking back l Gita Jayanti l Vishnu Krpa l VWF …
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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. The three gunas reflect in different areas of h…
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