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Death, Consciousness and the Upanishads

“‘After death there is no consciousness: this is what I say.’ Thus spake Yahñavalka.

But Maitreyi said: ‘In this, good sir, you have thrown me into confusion, in that you say that after death there is no consciousness.’ 240 more words

Meher Baba : The Whim Of God

Meher Baba was a remarkable Indian mystic who like Prabhupad ( Hare Krishna Movement) and Yogananda ( Yogada Self Realization L.A.),  took the message of Indian mysticism to the West early in the 20Th century. 1,908 more words

Spirituality

He shining, everything shines...

Nachiketas:

How, O King, shall I find that blissful self, supreme, ineffable, who is attained by the wise? Does he shine by himself, or does he reflect another’s light?

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Advaita

Brahma Sutra 1.1.2

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Brahma Sutra - Sutra 1.1.2

BRAHMASUTRA

Janmadyasya Yatah – I.1.2

Literal Meaning : Janmadi: origin etc.; Asya: of this (world); Yatah: from which. 23 more words

BrahmaSutra 1.1.1

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BRAHMA SUTRA- SUTRA 1.1.1 BRAHMA SUTRASAMANVAYA ADHYAYA – CHAPTER 1JIJNASADHIKARANAM – SUTRA 1″Athhatho Brahmajijnasa” – 1.1.1athha: now, then, afterwards; atho: therefore; (It is Not ‘atah’, as in Sivananda Translation)Brahmajijnasa: a desire, curiosity for the real knowledge of CreatorSanskirt…
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Transcendental Sexology: Part Two

The science of pleasure is called rasa-tattva. Literally rasa means “juice.” The particular taste derived from any activity or relationship is its rasa. Every action is motivated by the expectation of a certain flavor of happiness or satisfaction. 1,268 more words

Krishna