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!

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This blog is set up as a step-by-step guide to Vedanta and its uses in daily life.  To gain the best, it ought to be read from the beginning.  Think of it as a book-on-air. As with any manual, dipping in at odd pages may offer some benefit, but the best comes from getting the whole picture - and following the instructions!  Ideally the reader will find that questions arise or things address issues specific to their own situations.  In which case it is encouraged to participate through the comments box.

Prior to making comment/asking questions, ensure you have absorbed all you can from the post. This is not a 'hit and run' blog. There will be times when an instinctive response arises. Sit with it. Check yourself first. Review the post. Check again. If new here, please read all the pages and ensure that any question has not been answered there already.

Comments guidelines;
  • almost certainly there will be a commonality in views and questions asked, so each Friday a general post will be made as a feedback to comments made throughout the preceding week;
  • for those folk who wish personal guidance, please use the contacts box below
  • all views are acknowledged, but it is clear what this blog is about. Time-wasters will be marked as spam.
You do not have to be of Hindu or even of Indian background to benefit from Vedanta. Indeed, you should find much that is familiar, even if you profess no particular spiritual practice. Each day of the week will be dedicated to a different area of study/contemplation.  There will be days which appeal more to some than others.  That is fine.  Find which 'thread' appeals most and with which you are comfortable for now and visit on those days.  For consistency, however, you are encouraged to visit daily.

This is a sadhana blog; a personal daily challenge of reading, viewing, absorbing and reflecting. Whilst Chinmaya Mission is the key source, this is not a sanctioned blog of the Mission.  Should you find that you are interested, you are encouraged to delve deeper through the main site link over on the side bar.  You can also find out about study groups and centres which may be located near together holds another dimension to that of the solitary.

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