This video explains the concluding portion of Tattva Bodha, which does an analysis of the mahavakya (great statement) “Tat tvam asi (you are that)” found in the Chandogya Upanishad. This is the final video in the Tattva Bodha series. Thanks for watching! I will be taking a short break because I am in the process of doing a cross-country move from Arkansas to Oregon and once I get there me and my wife will need time to get settled in and find new jobs. But after that I will begin a new videos series on another Vedanta text, so keep checking back for updates.
If you have not watched the previous installments of this series, you can view them HERE.
This video explains how in order for there to be an apparent creation, there must first be ignorance of the non-dual self followed by projection of name and form onto the nameless, formless self. Also, this video shows–from the standpoint of matter–how there is essentially no difference between the individual person and the total creation, an important step towards the vision of non-duality.
This video makes the most sense when viewed in order, so if you haven’t seen the previous installments, you can watch them HERE.