This installment of the Vedanta Course unfolds the definition of the self given in the last video, explaining the part that says the self is independently existent (satya) and unchanging. If you have a question about this video, leave it in the comments section below or CONTACT me.
This is the seventh video in an ongoing series about Vedanta. At this point we have started studying the scripture “Tattva Bodha.” In this video we will discuss the authorship of Tattva Bodha and continue unfolding a definition of the self.
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In this installment of the Vedanta Video Course the questions answered are: Why is having a teaching based on scripture a good thing? How can it protect you? What is the meaning of the title of the scripture “Tattva Bodha”?
In this video the three stages of self-inquiry are discussed: sravana, manana and nididhyasana or listening, contemplation and assimilation. Also, I talk about whether or not knowledge of Sanskrit is required for studying Vedanta.
At this point we’ve established that Vedanta is a means of self-knowledge i.e. permanent freedom. But where did it come from? Who–if anyone–invented it?
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