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So, I decided to start a blog......

Good afternoon friends and yogis! I am truly excited to start this blog. Its been an idea that I have been toying with for a while. 2,317 more words


Riddles in Vedanta.

Zen masters are well-known to use riddles (or Koans) as a preferred method of teaching. However, the origin of riddles dates back to Vedanta or Upanishads much before Zen koans came into existence.

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Jnana Yoga: The Absolute and Manifestation. Das Absolute und Manifestation.

This article summarizes the most important statements of the sixth chapter of the book Jnana Yoga by Swami Vivekananda. Vivekananda elaborates on a central question of Advaita Vedanta – how has the Absolute become finite? 2,183 more words


Jnana Yoga in the Aaiyyanist Tradition

The Aaiyyanists are the foremost experts in Jnana Yoga. What does this mean?

There are several different types of Yoga in the Hindu tradition. Karma Yoga which is the path of right action (doing good deeds etc… as a way to break the Karmic cycle and liberate yourself from the endless cycle of death and rebirth). 573 more words


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Shloka  42 – Conclusion


tasmād ajñāna-sambhūtaṁ
hṛt-sthaṁ jñānāsinātmanaḥ
chittvainaṁ saṁśayaṁ yogam
ātiṣṭhottiṣṭha bhārata

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Shloka 41


ātmavantaṁ na karmāṇi
nibadhnanti dhanañjaya

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Renouncing karma(doership)(sannyastah karmanaam) through yoga(devotional service to the Lord), cutting(sanchinna) samshaya(doubts) through jnana, situated in the self(aatma-vantam), for that person karma will not be binding, O Dhananjaya! 73 more words

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Shloka 40


ajñaś cāśraddadhānaś ca
saṁśayātmā vinaśyati
nāyaṁ loko ‘sti na paro
na sukhaṁ saṁśayātmanaḥ

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