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The Philosophy of Qabbala and Vedanta By Maurice Fluegel
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Reincarnation The Vedanta Philosophy By Ramiro Rodriguez
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The Vedantists' theory of Reincarnation is that "Nothing is destroyed in the universe." Destruction in the sense of the annihilation of a thing is unknown to the Vedantic philosophers,... More > just as it is unknown to the modern scientists. They say "non-existence can never become existence and existence can never become non-existence;" or, in other words, that which did not exist can never exist, and conversely that which exists in any form can never become non-existent. This is the law of nature. As such, the impressions or ideas which we now have, together with the powers which we possess, will not be destroyed but will remain with us in some form or other. Our bodies may change, but the powers, Karma, Samskaras or impressions and the materials which manufactured our bodies must remain in us in an unmanifested form. They will never be destroyed. Again science tells us that that which remains in an unmanifested or potential state must at some time or other be manifested in a kinetic or actual form.< Less
The Vedanta Primer : Adapted from the Vedanta Bodha of Akhandananda Saraswati By GK Marballi
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Swami Akhandananda Saraswati Maharaj, also known as Maharajshri, spent his entire life teaching Vedanta through his discourses and writings on the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, the Brahma Sootras,... More > the Shrimad Bhagavatam, as well as the classical texts of Bhagavan Shri Shankaracharya. His scholarship and command over these texts is rarely found in a teacher. Furthermore, he was able to convey nuances of the most complex concept in a listener-friendly manner. Most of Swamiji’s teachings were written in Hindi. In order to make his teachings accessible to a larger audience, this author has made an attempt to translate the Vedanta Bodha, a textbook containing the essence of Swamiji’s teachings, into English. Annotations have also been added for clarity. About The Author GK Marballi works in the technology industry and is presently based in New York City. He received his bachelors degree in commerce from the University of Mumbai, and his MBA from Harvard Business School.< Less
Vedanta Philosophy: Five Lectures on Reincarnation By Swami Abhedananda
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The visible phenomena of the universe are bound by the universal law of cause and effect. The effect is visible or perceptible, while the cause is invisible or imperceptible. The falling of an apple... More > from a tree is the effect of a certain invisible force called gravitation. Although the force cannot be perceived by the senses, its expression is visible. All perceptible phenomena are but the various expressions of different forces which act as invisible agents upon the subtle and imperceptible forms of matter. These invisible agents or forces together with the imperceptible particles of matter make up the subtle states of the phenomenal universe. When a subtle force becomes objectified, it appears as a gross object. Therefore, we can say, that every gross form is an expression of some subtle force acting upon the subtle particles of matter. The minute particles of hydrogen and oxygen when combined by chemical force, appear in the gross form of water.< Less
Bindu: Pinnacle of the Three Streams of Yoga, Vedanta and Tantra By Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati
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(8 1/2 x 11, B&W, 42 pages) Bindu means Point or Dot, is sometimes likened to a Pearl, and is often related to the principle of a Seed. There literally is a stage of Meditation in which all... More > experiences collapse, so to speak, into a point from which they all arose in the first place. Bindu is near the end of the subtlest aspect of mind, after which one transcends mind. It is near the end of time, space, and causation, and is the doorway to the Absolute. Bindu is the convergence point of Meditation, Contemplation, Prayer, and Mantra, and is part of the mystical, esoteric aspect of many, if not most religions and meditative traditions. Bindu is an actual, experienced reality, which is the convergence point of the highest principles and practices of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra. Seeking the Bindu serves as an organizing principle and focal point for all of the practices intended to lead one to direct experience. (This article is from SwamiJ.com)< Less
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(8 1/2 x 11, B&W, 42 pages) Bindu means Point or Dot, is sometimes likened to a Pearl, and is often related to the principle of a Seed. There literally is a stage of Meditation in which all... More > experiences collapse, so to speak, into a point from which they all arose in the first place. Bindu is near the end of the subtlest aspect of mind, after which one transcends mind. It is near the end of time, space, and causation, and is the doorway to the Absolute. Bindu is the convergence point of Meditation, Contemplation, Prayer, and Mantra, and is part of the mystical, esoteric aspect of many, if not most religions and meditative traditions. Bindu is an actual, experienced reality, which is the convergence point of the highest principles and practices of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra. Seeking the Bindu serves as an organizing principle and focal point for all of the practices intended to lead one to direct experience. (This article is from SwamiJ.com)< Less
Vedanta: One of the Six Schools of Hindu Philosophy By College Guide World
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Vedanta was originally a word used in Hindu philosophy as a synonym for that part of the Veda texts also known as the Upanishads. The name is a morphophonological form of Veda-anta =... More > "Veda-end" = "the appendix to the Vedic hymns." It is also speculated that "Vedānta" means "the purpose or goal [end] of the Vedas." By the 8th century CE, the word also came to be used to describe a group of philosophical traditions concerned with the self-realisation by which one understands the ultimate nature of reality (Brahman). Vedanta can also be used as a noun to describe one who has mastered all four of the original Vedas..< Less
Inspirations - Spiritual Gems By Swami Pranavtirtha
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A selection of articles, notes and thoughts written by Swami Pranavtirtha on the wisdom of Vedanta, transcribed in Gujarati and translated into English.
Inspirations - Spiritual Gems By Swami Pranavtirtha
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A selection of articles, notes and thoughts written by Swami Pranavtirtha on the wisdom of Vedanta, transcribed in Gujarati and translated into English.