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The Gita is "The Bible of the Hindus." It is, in fact, the spiritual guide for all mankind. It contains the essence of the Vedic wisdom. The Gita is a portion of the great epic work, the Mahabharata, which was composed by Sage Vyasa many centuries before Christ. "The Gita" literally means "the Song of the Supreme Divinity." Sri Swamiji has now taken up "The Highlights of the Gita" for his Sunday talks. This is a grand opportunity for spiritual seekers to enjoy the feast of spiritual teachings imparted by Bhagavan Krishna to His beloved disciple, Arjuna! Ch 9. Verses 1-2.

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Swamiji conducts a guided Meditation preceded by concentration exercises.

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Swamiji continues a series of lectures on Chandogya Upanishad.
Among the ten major Upanishads, the Chandogya and the Brihadaranyaka stand above others in their grand stature and majesty, these two texts being viewed by scholars as representing the cosmic and the acosmic aspect of Reality.

These lectures are offered online at no charge. Donations are gratefully accepted. Please go to www.yrf.org for more information. Thank you for your support.

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Yoga Vasistha was written by the great poet Valmiki in the form of a dialogue between Sage Vasistha and his pupil young Prince Rama. It gives a magnificently detailed exposition of the subtleties and insights of Yoga Vedanta through didactic instruction, answers to doubts, parables and stories within stories. Nirvana Prakarana Purvardha 120-121. Prajapati Manu continues to impart teachings to Ikshwaku. Donations are gratefully accepted. Thank you for your support.

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Yoga Vasistha was written by the great poet Valmiki in the form of a dialogue between Sage Vasistha and his pupil young Prince Rama. It gives a magnificently detailed exposition of the subtleties and insights of Yoga Vedanta through didactic instruction, answers to doubts, parables and stories within stories. Nirvana Prakarana Purvardha 120-121. Prajapati Manu continues to impart teachings to Ikshwaku. Donations are gratefully accepted. Thank you for your support.

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Yoga Vasistha was written by the great poet Valmiki in the form of a dialogue between Sage Vasistha and his pupil young Prince Rama. It gives a magnificently detailed exposition of the subtleties and insights of Yoga Vedanta through didactic instruction, answers to doubts, parables and stories within stories. Nirvana Prakarana Purvardha 119. Prajapati Manu continues to impart teachings to Ikshwaku. NPP 120. Manu Prajapati continues to impart teachings to his son, Ikshwaku. Donations are gratefully accepted. Thank you for your support.

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On this celebration of Lord Krishna's Birthday, Swamiji recounts stories that reflect the mystic beauty of Krishna's life.

These lectures are offered online at no charge. Donations are gratefully accepted. Please refer to www.yrf.org for more information. Thank you for your support.

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Swamiji conducts a guided Meditation preceded by concentration exercises.

These lectures are offered online at no charge. Donations are gratefully accepted. Please refer to www.yrf.org for more information. Thank you for your support

[PLAY]

Swamiji continues a series of lectures on Chandogya Upanishad.
Among the ten major Upanishads, the Chandogya and the Brihadaranyaka stand above others in their grand stature and majesty, these two texts being viewed by scholars as representing the cosmic and the acosmic aspect of Reality.

These lectures are offered online at no charge. Donations are gratefully accepted. Please go to www.yrf.org for more information. Thank you for your support.

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Yoga Vasistha was written by the great poet Valmiki in the form of a
dialogue between Sage Vasistha and his pupil young Prince Rama. It gives a magnificently detailed exposition of the subtleties and insights of Yoga Vedanta through didactic instruction, answers to doubts, parables and stories within stories. Nirvana Prakarana Purvardha 119. Prajapati Manu continues to impart teachings to Ikshwaku. NPP 120. The seven steps of wisdom.
Donations are gratefully accepted. Thank you for your support.

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