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Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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non-duality-teacher-advaita-vedanta-australia-melbourne-andre-vas-nondualism-upanishads-bhagavad-gita

Classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes – including Sanskrit terminology. Lord Krishna teaches Arjuna the final reality, understanding which the highest fulfillment is discovered within oneself. The predicament of Arjuna, the search for permanent satisfaction, is faced by each of us. Hence this teaching gives us an…

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swami-vidyaranya-panchadasi-panchadashi-lectures-course-vedanta

Panchadasi text by Swami Vidyaranya is a comprehensive manual of Advaita Vedanta… enjoying popularity with those who are looking for clear and doubtless comprehension of the truths expounded throughout Upaniṣad, Brahma Sūtra, and Bhagavad Gītā. Meaning text is meant to reconcile potential contradictions between major text of Advaita (essence of non-duality). There are two types…

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What a wise person (Jñāni) knows directly – can be summarized in below Ādi Śaṅkarācārya’s words. Which is why there is NO GAIN for a jñāni to argue or defend themselves – when challenged by criticism of an ignorant Jīva (person who identifies “I” with Body-Mind complex): brahma satyaṁ jagan-mithyā jivo brahmaiva nāparaḥ anena vedyaṁ…

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If you’re unfamiliar with Advaita Vedanta, it’s purpose and how it can help one solve the eternal problem of ignorance preventing immediate recognition of one’s real unchanging nature, please read an introduction here. That’s the symbolism of the picture seen. One believes one needs to get somewhere or experience something (implying future point in time), through…

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Here’s an example how Māyā works and how innocently one gives absolute reality to mere appearance… What is this?…   Got it? If said “Table”, that’s correct. Suppose you didn’t, why didn’t you say “wood”? After all it is just wood that looks like a table because of it’s 4 legs attached to a rectangular…

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