Adventures in Advaita Vedanta, the philosophy and science of spirit. We are one you and I; are you curious why?..


Here is a place to linger, to let your intellect roam. Aatmaavrajanam is being written as a progressive study and, as such, can be read like a book. Anyone arriving at any time can simply start at the very first post and work their way through at their own pace. Please take time to read the info tabs and ensure you don't miss a post, by subscribing to the blog. Interaction is welcomed. Don't be a spectator - be a participator!


Hari Om
'Freedays' are the 'gather our thoughts' days; Q&As; a general review of the week so far…

Why are there so many Q&As appearing in the posts? Simple - at some point a measure of progress is required. In every task in life we have to stop occasionally to assess where 'we are at' in that task. As 2017 rushes towards its closing, it is a good time to take stock. It also happens, that in close proximity each text we have been viewing has also 'closed'; we are also coming towards the end of the prakarana grantha stage of study in Vedanta. Yamini-amma is considering what will be the next phase within this particular blog; it may continue similarly for a little while yet, but mostly it will now look specifically at saadhana - the setting of daily disciplines and exercises. It is a 'work in progress' of itself. So, dear readers, do not question the questions. If you have stuck with the reading this long, then you will have learned something of use. It is up to yourselves how much you want to measure your understanding and how it may or may not have affected your lives. Full understanding of the texts covered thus far is essential in order to gain the most from any higher texts which come along.

Embrace the learning dear ones; take it in, roll it around, digest it. Remember that at all times, if you have doubts which have not been answered till now, then ask your questions either in the comments box or through the email contact box. Do not sit in confusion or worry!


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