Swami Viditatmananda

Drg Drsya Viveka

The form is the seen; the eye is the seer. The eye is the seen, but the mind is the seer. The thoughts are seen. The witness is always the seer, but never becomes the seen.”  With this verse begins the text known as DrgDrsyaviveka, an inquiry into the truth of the seer and seen. […]

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Sadhana Panchakam

These five compact verses of means (sadhana) tell us all that is necessary for the one who wants to know the reality of oneself, the world and the ‘cause’ of the world. They cover preparatory means, both external, in terms of personal conduct and situations to be sought or abandoned; and internal, such as our

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