“The inhabitant or soul of the universe…is never seen; its voice alone is heard. All we know is that it has a gentle voice, like a woman, a voice so fine and gentle that even children cannot become afraid. 513 more words
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Meaning of "tat tvam asi", "aham brahmasmi", "ayamatma brahma" and "prajnanam brahma" from the perspective of Achintya bheda abheda Vedanta
If we understand the meaning of only one verse out of the 4, then we can easily understand the remained three. Let’s consider the first one “tat tvam asi”. 1,293 more words
Orthodoxy or unorthodoxy in Vedic Dharma?
A) Simply being initiated in an unbroken paramparā hailing from a bona fide ācārya of a bona fide sampradāya does not mean that the current mentor/guru will, also, be ideologically correct both in his theory and praxis — if such a ‘neo’ mentor chooses to not abide by the staunch orthodoxy on the pretext of making revolution.” 1,302 more words