Sadhana Panchakam


Sadhana Panchakam is a short introductory text of Nondual Vedanta, consisting of only 5 verses. In Sadhana Panchakam (Sadhana - means/practice, Panchakam - set of 5 verses), Shankara provides 40 steps as a means/practice to achieve the end goal of Moksha (spiritual freedom). In these 5 verses, Shankara unfolds the entire teaching of Advaita Vedanta. There are 40 steps altogether. Each step is like a step in a ladder taking us progressively towards the goal of Moksha. These discourses by Acharya Shunya prompt you to think about the essentials of life: values, concentration, devotion, the need for positive company and the attainment of complete happiness. Study of this scripture is necessary for all sincere aspirants of spiritual growth. This text is especially helpful if you are confused between conflicting duties as a householder and as a spiritual student. To sign up for the course: For New Members: 1. Click the "Join" button below. 2. You will be asked to create a member account using either Google, Facebook, or your email address. 3. Once you have signed up, you will be redirected back to the course page. 4. Click the "Join" button below once more. 5. Insert your payment information. 6. You will get access to the course. For Existing Members: 1. Login to your account by clicking the "Log in" text at the top right corner of the webpage. 2. Click the "Join" button below. 3. Insert your payment information. 4. You will get access to the course.

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