Four Mahavakyas

The great sayings of Upanisads as characterized by the Avaita school of Vedanta with Maha meaning great and Vakya a sentence. Aham Brahmasmi – I am Brahman (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad) Ayam Atma Brahma – This Self (Atma) is Brahman (Mandukya Upanishad) Prajnanam Brahma – Consciousness is Brahman (Aitareya Upanishad) Tattvamasi  – You are That ( Chandogya […]

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Laghu Vakya Vritti

Laghu Vakya Vritti by Sri Shankaracharya consists of eighteen verses seems to be and abridged version of Vakya Vritti. This works aim at clarifying the meanings and implications of the Mahavakyas – the great Vedic sentences dealing with the unity of the individual self and the supreme Self. An Audio Course on Vedanta Texts- Prakarana

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Mahavakya Vicara

9 classes on the great statements in the Upanishad that say the “I” in you is not separate, but is indeed equal to the “whole” from the standpoint of one’s essential nature. A Video Course (Course Code – AVG0874) on Vedanta Texts- Upanisad : Mahavakya Vicara by Swami Dayananda Saraswati.

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