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    Kapila Gita

    || Hari OM ||

    Namaste,

    I have typed the whole Kapila Gita translated by Swami Tejomayananda here
    Kapila Gita teaches Advaita-bhakti.

    Hope you Enjoy it.

    praNAm-s

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    Only God Is Truth, Everything Else Is Illusion - Ramakrishna
    Total Surrender of Ego to SELF is Real Bhakti - Ramana Maharshi

    Silence is the study of the scruptures. Meditation is the continuous thinking of Brahman which is to be meditated upon. The complete negation of both by knowledge is the vision of truth – sadAcAra-14 of Adi SankarAcArya

    namah SivAya vishnurUpAya viShNave SivarUpiNe, MBh, vanaparva, 3.39.76

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    Re: Kapila Gita

    PranAm, Amrut

    Thank You very much This Kapila Gita is my favourite next to Uddhva.

    Yes, Advaita Bhakti is real Bhakti. All other types of devotion are under the field of Maya. Because Bhagavata and many other purana mentions and prescribes such bhakti. Advaita Bhakti means thinking the self as that Vishnu.

    Vaishnawas attain oneness with Brahman which is beyond Vaikuntha. The main character of BP is Parikshita. He was the topmost devotee of Krushna and this Bhagavata was revealed to him by Bhagavan Shuka who'd attained complete oneness with Vishnu. The entire bhagavata revolves around Parikshita.

    It's interesting to note how Bhagavata mentions his Moksha. It is described only in one word 'Brahmabhoota' means 'who's become Brahman'. Brahmabhuta is a complete non-dual state wherein he himself becomes Brahman. Its so non-dual that there's not even a feeling of 'I am Brahma'. One doesn't feel whether he exists or not. Its completely different from existence and non-existence.

    There is no any mention of Vaikuntha while describing his moksha.

    Dhanyavad
    Last edited by hinduism♥krishna; 21 July 2014 at 05:16 AM.

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    Re: Kapila Gita

    Namaste amrutji

    Thanks once again. You are a boon

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