brahma gṅāna

Brahman & the world Confict & Confusion sādhanā Fruits

brahma sūtra 555/4

— A summary of several Upanishads

— An essence of vēdānta

vēdānta

— Where does vēdā end?

vēdād are eternal!

nigama vēda ṣṛuti āṃnāyā

— Synonymns

vēdā

— What does the beginning of vēdā mean

— the journey of a student/practitioner

vēdā

ṣīkṣā

 dhīkṣā

 dhīkṣā

Initiation is called "Diksha". In Sanskrit "Di" means intellect. "Ksha" means the horizon r the end. "Diksha" means transcending the intellect. Education is called "Shiksha", the horizon of discipline - total discipline. Discipline is needed for education. "Diksha" is needed for meditation. A Teacher gives "Shiksha". A Guru gives "Diksha". A Guru takes you beyond intellect to the Realm of Being. It is a journey from the Head to the Heart.

 dhīkṣā

Blossoming beyond the intellect is "Diksha". If you do not go beyond the intellect, you will not smile, you will not laugh. Once "Diksha" happens, you are happy, blissful and contented; and thirst for knowledge is quenched. Totality of Discipline is "Shiksha" Totality of Intelligence is "Diksha"

vēdā & dhī

gāyatrī mantra

brahma sūtra begins where ------------ Kalpa sūtra ends

— Complementary

Kalpa text & Yajna

— Harnessing the full potential of Mantras

vēdā

ṣīkṣā

nirukta

kalpa

jyōtiṣa

vyākaraṇā

chandas

āraṇyaka braḥmaṇa saṃhita

—  Vyasa organized the vēdā is into 3 sections

ṛk sāman yājūṣī

— Mantras

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