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These classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes, including Sanskrit terminology. Program is based on Swami Paramarthananda & Dayananda (Arsha Vidya) and Chinmaya International Foundation (Kerala) teachings. Can see index or sample recording with notes. — Essence of Advaita Vedanta and Upanishads says, truth of self is whole,…

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

These classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes, including Sanskrit terminology. Program is based on Swami Paramarthananda & Dayananda (Arsha Vidya) and Chinmaya International Foundation (Kerala) teachings. Can see index or sample recording with notes. — Essence of Advaita Vedanta and Upanishads says, truth of self is whole,…

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

These classes comprise of entire Bhagavad Gita (18 chapters) in thorough detail with extended notes, including Sanskrit terminology. Program is based on Swami Paramarthananda & Dayananda (Arsha Vidya) and Chinmaya International Foundation (Kerala) teachings. Can see index or sample recording with notes. — Essence of Advaita Vedanta and Upanishads says, truth of self is whole,…

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Bhagavad-Gītā says that we have five sense organs of knowledge (seeing, hearing, smelling, feeling, tasting); these are very subtle. Example: Organ of seeing is a lot more subtle then the physical instrument of seeing; eye. More subtle than the sense organ is the Mind. Subtler than the mind is the Intelligence. Subtler than these is…

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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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