The talk answers the question: what is atma? The verses give pointers of the Self as the illuminor of the waking, dream and deep sleep.
The verses speak of the observer w...Show More
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These verses introduce the nature of Self which is the same in all, and the false identification with name, form, qualities, attributes, relationships of the Jiva.
The v...Show More
Mrugapaanihi. Mruga – deer. Paanihi – hands. One who holds a
deer in his hands. The Rishis of dārukā forest once attacked Lord
Shiva with their mystic powers out of ignorance and arrogance.
They se...Show More
This talk introduces causal body and its manifestations through the vasanas as desires, thoughts, actions in the 3 states of consciousness, waking, dream and deep sleep of the...Show More
Parashu – Axe. Hasta – hands. One who holds an axe in his hands. The axe is the symbol of truth and wisdom. Lord Shiva cuts off the big tree of ignorance and falsehood with his axe ( truth and wisd...Show More
Talk 45 : Verses 118-119
The two aspects of sattva are explained, along with the importance of jnanam - living the values of knowledge as explained in the Bhagavad Gita Chapter 13.
The aspect of pur...Show More
Bheemaha means the Fierce lord. The world fears the Lord. The
fear is not the outcome of cruelty but because of the glory and
greatness of the Lord. Everyone fears the lord like a faithful
servant ...Show More