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Assuming that one is an individual knower leads to error. Affirmation followed by recension is the Upanishadic method to dispel this error. The Self has to be intuited by the Self. Continue reading
Vedantic knowledge transcends verbal symbols and concepts. The question of Nachiketas (Katha Up. 1.2.14) and answer in Taittiriya Up. II.9: That from which all words fall back along with the mind. Continue reading
Distinguishing liberation (moksha) from samsara (being bound). The former is playing a role in life knowing that it is a role. Wisdom (knowing what or who one is) is liberation. Tendencies or inclinations are not necessarily binding. Continue reading
If creation is into time, being is timeless. Does time exist? Or, like space, multiplicity, and causation they are just phenomena, appearances? Continue reading
Is there ever a dissolution of the universe? What is illusion and what is not illusion? Sage Vasishta answers these questions. It is all about Liberation (from ignorance) Continue reading