Spiritual Teaching from the Hindu Tradition
"The search after Truth is the one thing by which the shape of human life should be determined. Genuine desire itself opens the road to fulfilment."
Sri Anandamayi Ma
The core teachings of "Who am I?' and "Self-Enquiry" explained.
A clear commentary on the translation and meaning of Adi Shankaracharya's Nirvana Stakham (Verses on Nirvana), given at Ananda Ashram in Kerala.
This satsang is part 2 of 4 in a series of beautiful and most valuable discourses on Spiritual Life, which were given at Ananda Ashram in Kerala, South India.Continuing with the translation and meaning of Adi Shankaracharya’s Stanzas on Nirvana.
An in-depth discussion of all aspects and obstacles of meditation.
This satsang, held at Sri Ramana Ashram with Swami Shantananda Puri, could very well be the most valuable talk for aspirants whose spiritual practice involves any form of remembrance of God, or His Holy Name.
Sri Ramana Maharshi defined 'Moksha' (Liberation or Self-Realization) by quoting from the Holy Bible as "Being still, and know that I am God". This talk approaches the art of "Being still."
This talk, given on Easter morning, began with questions regarding the various methods of meditation, and the similarities of these methods within all of the world religions.
In this satsang many stories that have not been published before are revealed. These incidents are of extreme value to all followers of all diverse spiritual practices. The teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi are here seen as universal, and leaving no stone unturned in the life that leads to love and joy in God.
Swami Shantananda's approach and methods of sadhana are as universal as Bhagavan's, as you will discover within his satsangs.
In this talk, given by Swami Sadasivananda, an explanation of the scriptural verse which was translated by Sri Ramana Maharshi into English as "Faith is the cause of Self-realization" is revealed as having the most profound spiritual guidance for people of all religious paths.
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