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Bhagwat Geeta, Class 142 – Chapter 11 Viśva Roopa Darshana Yogaha, Verses 4 to 6

Scriptures and puranas describe the vision of Eeswara darshanam as a thrilling and fulfilling experience.  Any experience involves two things.  One if the object of experience which should be available.  It is not enough that the object of experience is available, we require a subject of experience is also available.  Object of experience should be […]

Bhagwat Geeta, Class 141 – Chapter 11 Viśva Roopa Darshana Yogaha, Verses 1 to 3

The word Yogaha at the end of every topic means a topic.  viśva roopa darshana means the vision of the Lord as viśva roopa, which is the name of the Lord.  Viśva roopam means the lord whose form is nothing but the very universe itself.  How can one have darshana of the lord in the […]

Saddarshanam, Class 24

Greetings All, Shloka # 41: When there is the sense of bondage, anxiety for liberation is there. By the inquiry “for whom is the bondage?” one’s own Self, the ever free, is itself established. Then where is the thought of bondage and where is the concern for liberation? Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said,  all […]

Saddharshanam, Class 23

Greetings All, Shloka # 39: To say there is duality during the inquiry, but non-duality in the knowledge of the Supreme is not right. The tenth man’s tenth-ness is one and same when he is lost before the search and when he is found later. Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, this is a very […]

Saddarshanam, Class 22

Greetings All, Shloka # 37: The knowledge of the established Truth itself is an accomplishment. Other accomplishments are indeed comparable to a dream. How can a dream be true to one who has woken up? One who abides in Truth does not enter Maya again. Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, in this shloka Bhagawan […]

Saddarshanam, Class 21

Greetings All, Shloka # 35: “I am not myself” or “I know myself”… such expressions of man are a laughable matter. Is the Self two-fold, by the division of the Seer and the seen? In the knowledge of the oneness of one’s Self, indeed, there are no divisions.” Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, Bhagawan […]

Saddarshanam, Class 20

Greetings All, Shloka # 32: Having reached within the heart, by the search, the “I” notion whose head is broken, falls. Then, another “ I” which is the main one shines forth. It is not ego, but it is Supreme fullness alone. Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, here Bhagawan Ramana Maharishi presents the result […]

Saddharshanam, Class 19

Greetings All, Shloka # 31: Diving in silence by the mind, inquiring about one’s root alone is true Self-inquiry. “This I am” and “This I not my nature” these thoughts are a limb of true inquiry. Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, Bhagawan Ramana Maharishi, after dealing with the nature of Ahamkara as a mythical […]

Saddharshanam, Class 18

Greetings All, Shloka # 29: That is true Being, where the ego does not rise. That again will not perish without a search for its place of emergence. If that does not perish, can there be the Being in the form of oneness with one’s self. Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, Bhagawan Ramana Maharishi […]

Saddharshanam Class 17

Greetings All, Shloka #27: The ghost of the ego is born amidst forms, based on a group of forms, the eater of forms, who has given up and held forms, is by itself formless and runs away at the time of inquiry into itself. Continuing his teaching, Swami Paramarthananda said, in this shloka Bhagawan Ramana […]

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