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Vedanta teaching 1/7

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Glommens Bygdegård

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Glommens Bygdegård!

Start Vecka 27 den 3 Juli 8.45-10.15 (v 27, 28 ,29 + 31 och 32)

Tisd 8.45 -10.15

Onsd 9.30-11.00

Torsd 8.45- 10.15

5-kort 750:-

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1/7 Vedantateaching med Sharada

Glommens Bygdegård

Tid 14.30 - 20-30

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Om Vedanta från Sharadas hemsida www.vaidika.org

"Vedanta is the end portion of the Vedas that teaches Brahma Vidya, the knowledge of the limitless being, which is, according to the Upanishads, the Self. Vedanta reveals that the nature of I is free from any limitation, it is one, non-dual being. The general understanding of the I is ‘I am limited’ time-wise, space-wise and knowledge-wise. It is because of this conclusion that I am struggling to become happy. This is what is referred to as ‘Samsara’. In order to get out of that endless cycle of birth and death, I need to know my essential nature as free from death, free from change, free from any limitation whatsoever. Vedanta says, You are the whole, you are full and complete as you are. You are everything you want to be already. You are the gold in and through all the ornaments. All you need is to know, to remove the darkness of ignorance, to know yourself as such.That is Freedom, that is Moksha. That is what ultimately every being is searching for in life, freedom from pain and suffering, freedom from the sense of smallness and inadequacy. We all want to be happy, at all times and in all places. We cannot find that in the world, the world is changing, that is the wonder of this creation, of this life. Therefore I have to look somewhere else. Somewhere I have not yet thought of so far, somewhere closer than the closest. Myself. That is Vedanta."