Don't forget, there is no such thing as death. What "dies" (or gets broken) is name-and-form called pot, while nothing happens to the clay. And, the pot does not actually "exist" as it is a mere name-and-form that "appears to exist" and so, even the pot does not die because how can something that did … Continue reading No Such Thing as Death
The “I” that I am thinking I am is an illusion, only an appearance, a mere name-and-form, underlying which is the One and Only One Reality that is there, namely, Consciousness. That Consciousness I am (Aham Brahmasmi) and That Thou Art (Tat Tvam Asi).—Yours Truly
Check out my article "The Finger Pointing to the Moon" here (where I discuss the interpretation of a verse from Kena Upanishad): http://www.socialsciences.in/article/finger-pointing-moon
Happiness is every man's ultimate goal Whatever be the means he adopts Like Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha And Aristotle agrees, wise as he was Agrees, too, Ramana Maharshi Though counsels he Happiness lies within. It is happiness that we seek Through family and friends In whose company we blossom To fulfill our respective destinies. … Continue reading Hindutva or Hindu Tattva
Here Deepak Chopra talks about why Nothing Is Coincidental—Everything Is Meaningful https://chopra.com/articles/nothing-is-coincidental-everything-is-meaningful
Deepak Chopra explains here why quantum mechanics points in the direction of Consciousness being the fundamental reality. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s41470-019-00042-3
One has to thoroughly understand why the World is mere Name and Form (Nama-Rupa), including one's body and mind including the ego sense or egoic-I, by understanding the analogies of Clay and Pot, Water and Wave, Gold and Ornaments made of gold. Thereafter, if one can draw out all the implications of the World being … Continue reading A Path to Truth
What role does mediation play in this movement?
That is the basis of this whole movement, the essential of my whole way of life. And it simply means becoming a witness—of everything—on three layers. Becoming a witness of all the activities of your body. Walking, you should walk consciously.
I can move this hand consciously. I can move this hand mechanically, without knowing. And you can see the difference between the two, when you move it mechanically and when you move it consciously. When you move it consciously there is no tension, there is a grace, a beauty, a joy. So every act of the body has to be witnessed.
When you become very accustomed of witnessing your body and seeing it as separate, as if somebody else is walking on the road and you are just seeing, sitting on a hill, then the second step: start watching your…
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The following Youtube videos do a very good job of explaining why the world is an illusion, a mere appearance, one that supports the concept of Maya in religions like Hinduism. They also talk of other things like The Double Slit Experiment, Free Will, Consciousness, etc. THINK OF IT AS THE SCIENTIFIC MODEL OF ADVAITA. … Continue reading The Holographic Universe (Scientific Model of Advaita)