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• 6 days ago
As the motivating force behind every birth or product, there should be a purpose, either existence (sat) or nonexistence. Exactly what transformation takes place? The...

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• 2 weeks ago
The distinctions of waking state, dream state, and sleep state (viswa, taijasa, and prajna) are but appearances imposed on the Atma; that is to say,...

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• 2 weeks ago
‘Know thyself’ is a fundamental philosophical quest. It is a quest for meaning of life. This philosophical tradition insisted that the unexamined life is not...

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• 2 weeks ago
Most people are unable to give a satisfactory answer to this question, what is life? Although the ordinary person can always distinguish a living being...

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• 2 weeks ago
There is a very clear difference between Indian and Western traditions. In the West, mind was regarded as independent of body but identical with soul....

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• 3 weeks ago
The multiplicity in the process of becoming can be fully enjoyed only through absolute renunciation of egoistic desires. Egoistic desires are only the “vital deformation...

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• 3 weeks ago
Being and Becoming are objects of our consciousness. “Being is one, Becomings are many; but this simply means that all Becomings are one Being who...

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• 2 months ago
Surya (the Sun) illumines all beings in the ten regions with His rays. Surya is the very Self of Prajapathi, so all beings born in...

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• 2 months ago
Renunciation and monasteries (ashrams) play an extremely important part in Hinduism. The monks (sanyasis) and nuns (sanyasinis) are among the most important sustainers and propagators...

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