The third qualification for Vedanta listed in Tattva Bodha is the Six-Fold Discipline (shamadi shatka sampatti), which consists of control of the mind (shama), control of the senses (dama), doing one’s own duty (uparama), forbearance (titiksha), open-minded trust in the teacher and teaching (shraddha), and ability to focus on a given topic (samadana). Watch the video to find out more about each discipline. If you have a question about this video, leave a comment below or CONTACT me.
A recap of Vedanta Course #1-11 covering topics such as the benefits of self-knowledge, subject/object distinction, the three stages of self-inquiry, Vedanta scriptures, action vs. knowledge and the purpose of prayer.
In this video, Tattva Bodha’s introductory prayer and a prayer that pays respect to the teaching tradition are explained. Also, the question, “Do I need a teacher to study Vedanta?” is answered. If you have a question about this video, leave it in the comments section below or CONTACT me.