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Topic :      

Chhandogya Upanishad

[ 09 to 31 December 2014]


Speaker :

P.P. M.M.Kailaspithadhishwar Swami Shri Divyanand Saraswati ji Maharaj

 

About the Topic :

The beginningless Ignorance (Avidya), that binds an individual soul to its own earthly body and this material world, can only end with the self-realisation of the blissful Brahman.
Only when this primordial Ignorance goes, does sorrow cease permanently and bliss is attained. This is "Moksha", (liberation). 
The philosopy of Adwait Vedant as contained in the "Mahavakyas" ( Aham Brahmasmi, Tat tvam Asi, etc.) is the authentic and bona fide means to such Brahman or Self realisation.
" Tat Tvam Asi " The famed " Mahavakya ", appears in this Chandogya Upanishad as many as nine times. Therefore the ones who desire for liberation, the " Mumukshus ", should definitely listen to and study this Chandogya  Upanishad. By repeatedly listening to this Upanishad, the qualified mumukshu will certainly get that liberating knowledge, having acquired which, the individual being finds final and complete fulfillment in life. 
This Chandogya Upanishad also elucidates the various devotional methods that are needed to be practiced in order to acquire the qualities of a genuine Mumukshu.....

|| Hari Om Tat Sat ||
                                                            

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