My Book “Happiness and Consciousness” on Amazon India

My Book “Happiness and Consciousness: Your Guide to Enlightenment” is now available on Amazon.in (Amazon India) in Kindle eBook edition. Those wanting Paperback version order on Amazon.com Paperback edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CPB7QSG (Ships from US) Kindle eBook edition: https://www.amazon.in/dp/B08CT7X4NH This book “Happiness and Consciousness” tells you how to attain lasting happiness and how to become enlightened, there being a link … Continue reading My Book “Happiness and Consciousness” on Amazon India

My Book “Happiness and Consciousness: Your Guide to Enlightenment”

My Book “Happiness and Consciousness : Your Guide to Enlightenment” is now available on Amazon.com (those outside the US, check your local Amazon) Paperback edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CPB7QSG Kindle EBook edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CT7X4NH This book "Happiness and Consciousness" tells you how to attain lasting happiness and how to become enlightened, there being a link between the two. It shows you how … Continue reading My Book “Happiness and Consciousness: Your Guide to Enlightenment”

Jnana Yoga by Swami Sarvapriyananda

I cannot recommend this strongly enough that whoever is interested in knowing/understanding Advaita Vedanta MUST see this video coz it is eminently sufficient for that purpose (And what does Advaita Vedanta say? It says you are not the body and mind; you are consciousness. Of course, stopping at this level would get you ONLY to … Continue reading Jnana Yoga by Swami Sarvapriyananda

Shankara: How to Meditate for Self-Realisation| Vivekachuhdamani | Nididhyasana | Samadhi

Tom Das

Here is a collection of verses I have taken from Shankara’s Masterpiece Vivekachudamani focusing on the last step in the path to liberation, namely meditation or Nididhyasana, which as we shall see culminates in Samadhi.

In Vivekachudamani, the entire path to Moksha (Liberation), in which suffering is totally removed, is set out for us. Not only is the entire path explained in detail, but repetition of almost every point is made again and again to ensure that the meaning is clearly imparted and cannot be misunderstood. This text has been approved and recommended by all the great Advaita sages over the centuries, including Bhagavn Sri Ramana Maharshi who translated the entire work into Tamil for those around him who could not read the original Sanskrit.

The path starts with the seeker of liberation burdened with suffering approaching a self-realised teacher. The teacher then gives the verbal/conceptual teaching (sravana) and then contemplating…

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