Advaita Vedanta

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  • Paperback
  • 119 pages
  • Advaita Vedanta
  • Eliot Deutsch
  • English
  • 09 August 2018
  • 0824802713

Advaita Vedanta An introduction to the several systems of classical Indian thought such as Professor Deutsch provides. Read Advaita Vedanta – theheartwork.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Advaita Vedanta

  1. Rama says:

    The wisdom of Hindu Philosophy School of Advaita Vedanta Advaita no twoness is a non dualistic system of Vedanta expounded largely by Adi Shankara, although this concept was first proposed by sages like Yaj avalkya, Uddalaka, and B dar ya a The substance of this system of thought is that the physical reality that describes the universe with living entities, matter and energy, and cosmic structures is due to One Supreme Consciousness pervading the universe It is referred to as Brahman Brahm The wisdom of Hindu Philosophy School of Advaita Vedanta Advaita no twoness is a non dualistic system of Vedanta expounded largely by Adi Shankara, although this concept was first proposed by sages like Yaj avalkya, Uddalaka, and B dar ya a The substance of this system of thought is that the physical reality that describes the universe with living entities, matter and ene...

  2. Jean Paul Govè says:

    Probably a good introduction of Advaita Vedanta Indian religious monist non dualist idealist philosophy , but I have nothing to compare against, and I still have to read the last two chapters. The book requires acritical attitude it does critique some ideas, some such as karma and samsarathan others, but somewhat half heartedly One of the problems I had was that there seem to be multiple explanations for the same things for example, the world is understood as nirguna Brahm Probably a good introduction of Advaita Vedanta Indian religious monist non dualist idealist philosophy , but I have nothing to compare against, and I still have to read the last two chapters. The book requires acritical attitude it does critique some ideas, some such as karma and samsarathan others, but somewhat half heartedly One of the problems I had was that there seem to be multiple explanations for the same things for example, the world is understood as nirguna Brahman attribute less Godhead, the Ultimate Reality experienced through avidya ignorance , but then it is also claimed that saguna Brahman the personal creator God is the efficient cause of the world Similarly, jiva the personality or ego shell is understood as a mirror reflection or a limitation on the Atman the real Self, which is at basis not different from Brahman , so that you can understand that the human is born without a jiva, and that it is formed...

  3. Rogier says:

    For me this was a wonderful refresher, and I imagine it is a great introduction for anyone Being an ACIM student, I find themodern statement of the Coursehelpful, over the way it deals with the making of the World definitely seemshelpful to me In retrospect, small wonder however, that I felt attracted to Advaita Vedanta very early on in life.I could imagine that for many Course students this little book would be of interest as it provides an immediate insight in the posit For me this was a wonderful refresher, and I imagine it is a great introduction for anyone Being an ACIM student, I find themodern...

  4. Travis Hosgood says:

    Some unbelievable work here This is a lifelong guide to accessing the real As far as self realization goes I don t think that any system of symbols has ever completely and accurately defined the path for everyone, but this is damn close Who are you I might sile...

  5. Araf Karsh says:

    A good starting point for anyone who wants to dive into the Eastern Mysticism and understand one of the main school of Vedic philosophy There are 6 school of philosophy in Vedic and Advaita is one of the main proponents I...

  6. Adil says:

    Short, but serious Serious, but still accessible Thought provoking and clear.

  7. Pythagorean says:

    Excellent scholarly yet highly readable exposition of Advaita Vedanta I checked this out through the library but I ll be purchasing my own copy it s that good.

  8. Russ Bottari says:

    I spent a lot of time