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    Re: Brahmoadvaita Vedanta

    I should add:

    Because the Brahmoadvaitist realises that the universe is pre-ordained and pre-orchestrated into Brahma-Nature, he lives unattachedly to any ideas, objectives, aims, missions, etc...
  2. Thread: Art of Living

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    Art of Living

    Pranams all

    I have been interested in the idea that Ravi Shankar is associated with on the Art of Living. I have come to realise that this is the crux of religion as dharma. This is not Sanatan...
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    Re: Brahmoadvaita Vedanta

    Namaste gopalji

    I am sorry for this delay in replying to your questions and queries.

    Brahmoadvaita Vedanta is a personal deduction of mine that has never been heard of in Hindu dharma. It has...
  4. Re: If brahma writes our fate, then why does Yamraja punish us?

    I constantly probe the ethers (Brahma-Nature) to discover my realities in order to accommodate myself within them for certainty of actions without a purpose: that is not karma, it is Brahmoadvaita.
  5. Re: Fate: preordained or in one's own hands using freewill

    I am not convinced that we all have pre-destined Fate or even individual Fates. It seems to be a delusional thought born of imaginations and justifying one's actions in life as being God-blessed. As...
  6. Re: Manifest and Unmanifest: what is the truth?

    There is now never again going a time that I revere God for it means I am thanking Him or wishing some outcome from the reverence.
    Reverence to God is a delusional conduct born of fear or bhakti...
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    Brahmoadvaita Vedanta

    ''आत्मा तु सततं प्राप्तोऽप्यप्राप्तवदविद्यया Atman is an ever-present Reality. Yet, because of ignorance it is not realized.'' by Saroj Kanta Das.

    I agree with this statement: Atman is the source...
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    Re: The essence of Advaita in a poem

    It is said:
    "Let a Braahmana (an aspirant), after he has examined the worlds of experiences gained by Action, acquire freedom from all desires, reflecting that nothing that is eternal can be...
  9. Manifest and Unmanifest: what is the truth?

    Manifest and Unmanifest are very interesting. I will give what I believe I have experienced. It goes like this:

    If the Creator God is to be named Sri Krishna/Durga, He/She does dwell in all...
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    Re: Origin and Meaning of a Scripture

    I have been advised, as follows:


    I am seeking explanation of the mantra मातृवत् परदारेषु परद्रव्येषु लोष्टवत् ।
    आत्मवत् सर्वभूतेषु यः पश्यति स पण्डितः ॥
    Shantanu Panigrahi
    लव लवानियाँ...
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    Origin and Meaning of a Scripture

    Can any one please tell me the origin an meaning of the shloka that my father used to chant, as follows:

    atmabat paradaresu, paradabyesu lostrobat; atmabat sarbabhutesu (...) sansthita.

    I...
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    Hindu Gods revisited

    Namaste all

    It is my opinion that it is not appropriate for one to mix up God with other gods in the guna consciousness.

    There is one Creator God, who we know as Sri Krishna (male) and Durga...
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    Re: Namaste and Pranams to all

    Namaste markandeya ji

    Science has no doubt improved our material welfare, but at the cost of our spiritual welfare. And this is an essential part of our living conditions. Without religion we...
  14. Thread: Dharmayudha

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    Re: Dharmayudha

    Pranams Believer

    That is also how I understand how to be sattvic. The sattvic mind when it has perfected the yoga battles to be totally free of worries and intrusions from the non-sattvic forces...
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    Re: What does the term embodied mean?

    We are jivas composed of a body and mind as a unit of being individually. But essentially we are atman embodied in a living entity to be known as jivatman. The way to realise this is to let go ones...
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    Self and Atman

    What is self and atman?

    My feeling is that when one talks to oneself and receives conscience-led advice, there are two things, the self as in myself, yourself himself itself, and the atman that...
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    My questions relating to Advaita

    I have been searching the meaning of Advaita gradually through the practical (yogic) processes of satyaadvaita (truth accommodation) and came through various stages such as Brahmanism, Brahmoadvaita,...
  18. Re: What is the best way to reach god(attain moksha)?

    Puja and bhajans are an essential part of Bhakti and Jnana combined and interrelated. If one presists all the knowledge can be attained within this life time and the Sanatan Dharma realised. The...
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    Re: hare krishna mahamantra

    A fundamental concept is ahimsa or non-violence. It is the core of Hindu religion and philosophy and central to Sanatan Dharma. Any compromise that a person makes is purely self-serving and negates...
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    Satyameva Jayate from Mundaka Upanishad

    Satyamev Jayate Naan Rtam
    Satyena pantha vitato devayana
    Yena aakramanstasya hyptakama]
    Yatra tat satasya paramam nidhanam

    The above shloka is taken from Mundaka Upanishad

    It has various...
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    Re: An appeal for healing !

    Who does one pray to? Coronavirus is a tamasic guna manifestation, the god of which is Shiva, No?
  22. Fate: preordained or in one's own hands using freewill

    I say: calculate, analyse and use your brains, and stop thinking it is all God's lila. Your Fate is in your own hands. This is what experience of life has taught me in trying to access justice in my...
  23. Thread: Dharmayudha

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    Dharmayudha

    The concept of dharmayudha in intrinsic to Sanatan Dharma . It emanates from the lessons of the epics the Mahabharatta and the Ramayana. This means that one has to always struggle in life to make the...
  24. Thread: Total Yoga

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    Total Yoga

    I have found that self-examination through yoga that assuages the mind works a treat in combating mental illnesses brought about by stresses of living in the modern day and age and would recommend it...
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    Re: The Vow- Please suggest

    Namaste rv2789

    I have been reviewing my vows made at the last weekend with the agreement of my wife and daughter but could not stick to it after 4 days. I wish to be free of all attachments and...
  26. Truth Accommodation as a Religious Practice

    Hinduism focuses on truth from Scriptures such as Satyameva Jayate in the Mundaka Upanisad.

    In practice it is a very difficult to achieve without a guru-guidance in human form.

    This is because...
  27. Re: Responsibility of family members in Hindu Dharma

    The family unit is very important in Sanatan Dharma which is the eternal religion: one must take care of all one's family members as a joint responsibility. The parents look after the children and...
  28. Importance of Vows and Promises to oneself and others in Sanatan Dharma

    In the past over the 22 years of battling delusions I never paid any importance to vows and promises that I made to myself and others including within the family. This is because I thought that I...
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    Re: The vow- Advice needed

    Keep your faith that the gods are on your side, would be my advice. They will listen to your inner voice and provide you with the comfort that you need for your devotional vows and prayers. If you...
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    Re: Vow to not smoke anymore

    Since September 2019 I have smoked and tried to quit several times but it was only the vow/promise/the realisation of Sanatan Dharma that I have managed to quit the habit. Keep motivating yourself...
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    Namaste and Pranams to all

    I have just joined Hindu Dharma Forums and hope to have enlightening conversations with everyone on Religion and Science and a combination of the two.

    My background is in Agricultural Science so...
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