What is the Vedantic message of the Ramayana?
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Witness the ego
The divine state of witnessing consciousness can be easily understood and gained by us only when we can clearly analyse the three important things. They are vishaya-vastu, vritti and aham.
Shrutam me Gopaaya
Shrutam Me Gopaaya! O Lord! Preserve My Learning!
A Dot of Thought
A short poem by Swamini Vimalananda.
From 'Meditation Techniques from Aparokshanubhuti' a commentary by Swamini Vimalananda Saraswati, published by The Central Chinmaya Mission Trust in May 2006, which elucidates the fifteen steps to the Supreme that are described in the text.
My Master, the best diamond cutter
"DROP IT! DROP IT! DROP IT!"
"Three times the Master said. The student 'dropped it' and there he was.
Brahman and Maya
Brahman And Maya is a free translation in English of Brahma Ani Maya, a hilarious piece written in Marathi by Pujya Swami Tejomayanandaji (in his early twenties) on 9 March 1972. In this piece, Swami Tejomayanandaji humorously probes into the Vedantic Truths that underlie our day to day experiences.
Am I a fit seeker of the Truth?
Swami Tejomayananda presents a short test for us to determine if we are ready for the Truth,
Peace of mind
Swami Tejomayananda expounds the nature of desire, the root cause of sorrow and the way in which we can gain peace.
The Reality is Peace, Good, Beauty (Satyam Shivam Sundaram).