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.
How does maya create the apparent world? By its three ‘powers’ or gunas–sattva, rajas and tamas. This video explains what the three gunas are.
This series works best if its watched in order, so if you haven’t seen the previous installments you can view them HERE.
This video concludes the analysis of the statement that the self is: non-dual consciousness, the unchanging, indivisible, independently existent, eternal, infinite, imperceptible essence of everything, ever free of all action and experience. Up until this point the words “non-dual, unchanging, independently existent” and “consciousness” have been explained. This installment of the Vedanta Course takes up “eternal, infinite, imperceptible essence of everything, ever free of all action and experience” and also throws in an extra word, “indivisible” for good measure.
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