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Source: Vedanta , 2nd Quarter, St. Moritz Vedanta Kesari, August , Chennai. In this article forming the substance of some of his class-talks in Europe, the Swami gives many a practical suggestion to spiritual aspirants.
VedantaThe Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center of New York bases its teachings on the system of Vedanta, especially as explained by Sri Ramakrishna and his disciple Swami Vivekananda and demonstrated in their lives. Vedanta is the philosophy that has evolved from the teachings of the Vedas, which are a collection of ancient Indian scriptures -- the world's oldest religious writings. According to the Vedas, ultimate reality is all-pervading, uncreated, self-luminous, eternal spirit, the final cause of the universe, the power behind all tangible forces, the consciousness which animates all conscious beings. This is the central philosophy of the Vedantist, and his or her religion consists of meditation on this spirit and prayer for guidance along the path of virtue and righteousness. From the philosophical standpoint, Vedanta is non-dualistic, and from the religious standpoint, monotheistic. The Vedanta philosophy asserts the essential non-duality of God, soul, and universe, the apparent distinctions being created by names and forms which, from the standpoint of ultimate reality, do not exist. Vedanta accepts all religions as true and regards the various Godheads of different faiths as diverse manifestations of the one Absolute.
By Abhilash Rajendran Saturday, December 01, Through pure actions and thoughts you should accumulate enough merit to counter the demerits you have acquired. Later on, the whole account of merit and demerit is to be made nothing. But, at first, there must be a balancing of the account; both merit and demerit must be squared up so that the balance is nil. You must close your old account. You must put a stop to your old life.
T he following is a list of recommended reading for the spiritual aspirant. First, there are five books whose value cannot be estimated. They are foundation stones of understanding spiritual life and spiritual philosophy. They should be read through many times carefully and reflectively. These are treasures beyond valuation. I read the first three nearly fifty years ago and they are still supplying me with new insights.
Report Download. This book, a compilation of class-talks given by Swami Yatiswarananda to groups of earnest spiritual aspirants in Europe, the USA and India is a practical manual of spiritual life, with special emphasis on meditation. Though designed for the use of religious people in general, it is specially intended for those who sincerely practise prayer, Japa [repetition of holy name] and meditation and are eager to attain some spiritual fulfilment. The true seeker of Truth will find in it simple but valuable guidance regarding preliminary preparations, different techniques of meditation, various obstacles that are to be overcome, the nature of genuine spiritual experiences, and other important details of meditative life which can otherwise be gained only through intimate contact with an illumined Guru. From the inside flap of the cover. Given below are some prayers and meditations which Swami Yatiswarananda used to recite in the beginning of his classes and lectures. Tattiriyaranyaka XII.
Swami Yatiswarananda — was a disciple of Swami Brahmananda. He spent seven years teaching Vedanta in Europe, where he founded an ashram in Switzerland, though he lectured on Vedanta from Madrid to Warsaw. Swami Yatiswarananda was famed for his meditative life and spiritual attainment. His book, Meditation and Spiritual Life, a compilation of his class talks, is considered one of the finest compendiums on spiritual life.
A book for reflection and meditation consisting of selected passages from the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, the Bhagavatam, and other Vedantic scriptures arranged according to topics. The verses are presented in Devanagari script without English transliteration followed by English translation. In the introduction, a very valuable, detailed systematic account of the theory and practice of spiritual life is given. The main body of this work is taken from notes of the swami's lectures given at the Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Bangalore at various periods from to They were previously published in 30 installments in the magazine Vedanta Kesari under the title,'How to Seek God' but are here rearranged under different themes. To these are added four articles based on notes of class talks given in Germany and Spiritual Teachings based on 'Reminiscences of Swami Yatiswarananda' by Pravrajika Saradaprana. A remarkably comprehensive manual of spiritual life with special emphasis on the practice of meditation.
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