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Vedanta Sandesh - July 2010

Vedanta Sandesh - July 2010

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July 2010 issue of Vedanta Sandesh, the English monthly eMagazine of Vedanta Mission, containing inspiring and enlightening articles, snippets, quotes of Vedanta & Hinduism, and news of the activities of Vedanta Mission.
July 2010 issue of Vedanta Sandesh, the English monthly eMagazine of Vedanta Mission, containing inspiring and enlightening articles, snippets, quotes of Vedanta & Hinduism, and news of the activities of Vedanta Mission.

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Monthly eMagazine of Vedanta Mission
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Year 16 Issue 1
Vedanta Sandesh 
 
In This Issue
1.Vedanta Section:Atma Bodha - Shloka-202.Letter Section:Viveka & Mukti3.Traditions Section:Guru Poornima4.Story Section:Pushpadanta5.VM Programs:Mission / Ashram Progs
 
From Poojya Guruji 
Vedanta Sandesh
Spreading Love & Light 
Monthly eMagazine of Vedanta Mission
Sharing the message of Vedanta and Sanatan Dharma 
July 2010
On the Net since 1995
Started by: 
Poojya Guruji Sri Swami Atmanandaji
Editor: 
Swamini Samatananda
Published from: 
Vedanta Ashram
E/2948-50, Sudama NagarIndore-452 009, India
Web: 
www.vmission.org.in
Email: 
vmission@gmail.comHari om!Fifteen years back on the occasion of Guru Poornima we first published thefirst issue of Vedanta Sandesh, an e-magazine of Vedanta and Sanatan Dharma.It was our humble offering at the feet of our divine teachers who starting fromGod himself brought this knowledge down to us through this amazing tradition.Indebted by their knowledge and compassion we have humbly tried to take thismessage of Vedanta to as many people as we can through this great mediumof internet, and I am happy that our list of subscribers has been continuouslyincreasing since then. We are very happy that now have our readers in almostall the parts of the world. On the occasion of Guru Poornima, which is thebirthday of Bhagwan Veda Vyasa, in whose memory we have this traditionalSpiritual Teachers Day, I convey my blessings & best wishes to all our readersand the aspirants of Self-Knowledge.Guru Parampara, the tradition of teachers of Vedanta is a unique tradition,which reveals that which is beyond our true Self, something which is beyondour mind & senses, it is, as the Kena Upanishad says, the mind of mind, theeys of eye etc. Bhagwan Krishna in Bhagwad Gita says that while there maybe many amazing things in the world, what amazes me most is just this factthat there are some people who talk about ‘this’ truth, and some even getprivileged to hear about it, and further more some even realize this divinitydirectly. It is indeed wonder of all wonders. It wont be an exaggeration if we saythat there is just nothing more amazing and divine than this tradition of GuruParampara. Upanishads do not describe it yet reveal it, they discovered anunique methodology to make this possible. God defined is indeed God defiled,anything which can be described is always limited and therefore perishable, sothe Upanishads take resort to a system of negation. The self is self-effulgentand all that eclipses it is our projections, so they just focus on these superim-positions and help us to realize their ephemerality. One who realizes the un-truth as untruth negates that untruth, and to that extent the truth stands unvieled.We are revealed the entire gamut of our superimpositions and thereafter thereis a a deep enquiry to realize directly all the superimposition as such. Truth isneither Vidita nor Avidita, neither something which is known nor somethingwhich is unknown. Known and unknown are words pertaining to the knowledgescenario of the Knower, this fellow knows something and does not know otherthings. We are turned away from ‘objects’ of knowedge and turned to this veryknower, free from the conditionings of known & unknown. Amazing. Again ourreverential pranams to the entire Guru Parampara. Namo Namah.Love & om,Swami Atmananda

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