Publié le 22 Mars 2015

According to Sri Ramanuja, Bhaktiyoga is the means for the realisation of the Self and the attainment of Moksha which constitutes eternal Bliss. It is synonymous with Upasala (meditation). That Bkakti (devotion) results wholly from Viveka (discrimination),...

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Publié le 29 Novembre 2014

Atma Yoga http://atmayoga.monsite-orange.fr/ This world has no real, independent existence. It appears to exist, because Brahman or the Absolute exists for ever. There is no body before its birth; there is no body after its death. Think and feel that...

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Publié le 8 Juillet 2014

Atma Yoga is Kriya Yoga and Sankhya Yoga infused with the spirit of Bhakti (pure divine love.) In other words, it is a combination of Bhakti and mystic realizations received in a disciplic succession that can be traced back to Lord Brahma, the first student...

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Publié le 29 Juin 2014

In a philosophical context, the concept of an independent, unchanging, and eternal identity at the core of individuals and entities. Normally the existence of such a self is denied in Buddhism (see anātman) although a minority of modern scholars have...

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Publié le 11 Juin 2014

Truth is Satyam and Ritam In the Vedas there are two most significant words: satyam and ritam. Satyam is Truth in its pure existence. Ritam is Truth in its dynamic movement. The Sacred Cosmic Law Of Ritam Philosophy What Ritam means to me? Ritam to me...

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Publié le 31 Mai 2013

Atma Yoga The essence of Atma Yoga is found in the Vedic philosophical treaty of Achintya-Bheda-Abheda Tattva. The goal of Atma Yoga is the non identification with the body or the mind because this cloud the original soul nature or jiva from fulfilling...

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Publié le 2 Février 2012

Sarasvati, Saraswati (Sanskrit) The ethereal, the elegant one; the divine consort or wife of Brahma, his feminine alter ego, a later form or aspect of Vach (voice or the Word), a title of the Third Logos in Greece as well as in India. This parallels the...

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Publié le 30 Janvier 2012

Brahman est la conscience omniprésente indifférente qui inclut tout. L’atma, ou atman, est la conscience individuelle de l’homme, une composante de Brahma. Le but du yoga est de rompre la perception de séparation, pour se réunir avec Brahma. L'ame, atma...

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Publié le 31 Mai 2009

by Swami Sivananda Atma-Nivedana is self-surrender. In Vishnu-Sahasranama it is said: The heart of one who has taken refuge in Vasudeva, who is wholly devoted to Vasudeva, gets entirely purified, and he attains Brahman, the Eternal. The devotee offers...

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