In this satsang Swamiji introduces and highly recommends the Yoga Vasistha as an advaitic text full of startling wisdom. From this text he reads and illuminates two verses which, if pondered deeply upon, can revolutionise our understanding of the nature of cause and effect. There follows a meditation on the meaning of the Shanti Path – chanted at the end of each satsang and on many other occasions here at the Ashram and Q&A.
Swami Nishchalananda gives a short, emphatic, discourse on Time and the Timeless, Thought and Meditation.
Where do we find the Timeless?
Our mind is in Time.
The whole Universe in in Time.
Time is a projection out of the Timeless.Continue reading “Time and the Timeless”
A post by guest author, Narada.
I’ve been invited to put this post on here by Swami Nishchalananda. It’s an honour to me, as I mostly consider he is the one who has something to say! I’m the student, he’s the teacher.Continue reading “Firefly”
Swami Nishchalananda gave this meditation as part of the Advaita online course given in October 2020, hosted by Mandala Yoga Ashram. If one could truly connect with the simple truth within the meditation, it would have the potential to transform one’s life.Continue reading “I am Conscious”
Discourse given at Mandala Yoga Ashram in August 2019. The context is the 4 day course on Advaita, non-dualism, under the title ‘The Essential I’.
Investigating the “I” based on the Kena upanishad.
edit and sound by Narada