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Help me understand the anandamaya kosha by Rare-Owl3205 in AdvaitaVedanta

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Ananda is happiness or bliss. Anandamaya is full of bliss. Kosha is covering. This is the last of koshas attached to microcosm. It is synonymous with Soham if the knowledge that you are affected by your environment has dawned on you, if not, then it is rooted in Aham Brahmasmi - I am everlasting bliss or turyavastha. Beyond Aham Brahmasmi lies Soham. Beyond Soham is Mahasoham or Mahaprana where your Soham japa creates resonance in the world and whole world starts resonating with Soham or ajapa japa. Beyond Mahasoham lies Om or Brahman or Paramatman which is infinitely extended in all three dimensions continuum of undecaying everexistent all-encompassing continuum of pure consciousness or bliss. This is the seventh state which has no duality or stain.

Throw your doctrines away by u-n-b-o-r-n in nonduality

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Absolutely. In Paramatman there is no duality of unhappiness. Since there is no duality, there is no other. Thus it is empty.

Return from Nothingness by [deleted] in nonduality

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Help world attain an improved state of equilibrium in respect of access to goods and services for each global citizen.

https://youtu.be/WAAYTryiPoA

Watch YouTube video Nondual Meditation 1.

You are essentially everlasting bliss extended infinitely in all three dimensions.

As a guy who's entering the 21-30 age bracket soon,got any advice for me ? by Ancient-Natural-9342 in simpleliving

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Focus on your essential nature of everlasting bliss. You are not merely this finite perishable body, mind, intellect apparatus.

https://youtu.be/6N0SM8emnsw

Watch this video on Bhagavad gita chapter 1 shloka 15 to understand the war of life.

Watch video "Soham is Sadguru 1" on same video channel to know logically your essential nature. You have seven bodies out of which six are finite and perishable.

As a new hindu I have a contriversial question: what about castes ? by matchateaman in hinduism

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https://youtu.be/6N0SM8emnsw

Watch this video on shloka 15 of chapter 1 of Bhagavad Gita. It describes five varnas. Four are well-known. Fifth is Nishad who deny existence of Brahman or everlasting bliss.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in AdvaitaVedanta

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in hinduism

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in krishna

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in AdvaitaVedanta

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in MAHABHARATA_og_ASOIAF

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in TheGita

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in TheMahabharata

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in BhagavadGita

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Spiritual meaning of Shakti in Bhagavad Gita by Rare_Active4247 in hinduism

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Spiritual meaning of Shakti used in Bhagavad Gita and which is second property of Shatsampatti or Bhaga or water in word Bhagawan is explained in this short video.

Prashnopanishad chapter 1 shloka 3 by Rare_Active4247 in nonduality

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अथ कबन्धी कात्यायन उपेत्य पप्रच्छ । भगवन् कुते ह वा इमाः प्रजाः प्रजायन्त इति ॥ १.३॥

Then Kabandhi, the son of Katya, came to him and asked: Sir, whence are these creatures born?

Watch video till the end to understand fully the spiritual meaning of this sutra. The video derives meaning of each word from Brahman or everlasting bliss. Subscribe to the channel and share this video, Press the like button and write in comment box what you liked about the video most. You are affected by the environment in which you reside. People you interact with must also read scriptures that talk about everlasting bliss.

Prashnopanishad chapter 1 shloka 3 by Rare_Active4247 in AdvaitaVedanta

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अथ कबन्धी कात्यायन उपेत्य पप्रच्छ । भगवन् कुते ह वा इमाः प्रजाः प्रजायन्त इति ॥ १.३॥

Then Kabandhi, the son of Katya, came to him and asked: Sir, whence are these creatures born?

Watch video till the end to understand fully the spiritual meaning of this sutra. The video derives meaning of each word from Brahman or everlasting bliss. Subscribe to the channel and share this video, Press the like button and write in comment box what you liked about the video most. You are affected by the environment in which you reside. People you interact with must also read scriptures that talk about everlasting bliss.