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Gayatri Sadhana

This 5-part video series focuses upon enhancing sacred awareness and opening mystical pathways through lesser known, ancient experiential practices, built around the famous Mantra, known as the Gayatri Mantra. Gayatri Mantra's 9 words and 24 sound vibrations, and a 2000-year-old sound-based Gayathri meditation will evoke your inner light and joy within minutes of receiving  the pure transmission of the mantra, chanted to perfection.


Incorporating Gayatri Mantra based original meditations and contemplative practices taken directly from Acharya Shunya’s 2000-year-old lineage will strengthen your subconscious belief that you deserve love, respect,  health, prosperity, peace and enlightenment, and support you in leading a materially and spiritually fulfilled life  as  the self-determined and invincible master of your own destiny. No wonder, all yogic lineages and yogic texts such as the Bhagavad Gita uphold this great mantra. If you are wish accelerate your spiritual journey, then you must not miss this spiritual transmission (satsang), taught by a master Vedic teacher Acharya Shunya, showing the way, step by step. 
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A five part video series.

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Tattvabodha by Adi Shankaracharya (8 C.E.)

Tattvabodha literally means 'Knowledge of the Ultimate Truth'. It is a complete and in-depth introduction to the basic tenets of Nondual (Advaita) Vedanta. This is a fundamental text for those desirous of moksha (freedom from the sense of limitation centered on the egoic ‘I’) through the path of Jnana Yoga. Its value is to present succinct definitions of some key terms in Advaita Vedanta. It also folds the 4-fold classical disciplines (Sadhana Chatushtaya) that converts an average student into a qualified seeker of Self-knowledge. This all-encompassing Prakarana Grantha (introductory text) of Nondual Vedanta has been composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. He is regarded in India as the Avatar of Lord Shiva himself, an embodiment of the timeless and immortal vision of the Vedas.

Study Suggestion: New seekers can embark on the verse-by-verse study of this text with Acharya Shunya suggests watching one video per week in chronological order.

This series was recorded over a period of two years.

Series Start Date: September 4, 2014 • Series End Date: July 21, 2016

 

Text: Tattvabodha by Adi Shankaracharya with Commentary by Swami Tejomayananda, Chinmaya Mission 

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Sadhana Panchakam by Adi Shankaracharya (8 C.E.) 

Sadhana Panchakam is a short introductory text of Nondual Vedanta consisting of only five verses composed by Adi Shankaracharya. In Sadhana Panchakam (Sadhana – means/practice, Panchakam – set of five verses), Shankara provides 40 steps as a means/practice to achieve the end goal of Moksha (spiritual freedom). In these five verses, Shankara unfolds the entire teaching of Advaita Vedantathrough the progressive paths of Karma Yoga and Upasana yoga and ending in Jnana Yoga. There are five verses in Sadhana Panchakam, with each verse having four lines and two steps in each line, making it 40 steps altogether. Each stanza is like a step in a ladder taking us progressively towards the goal of Moksha. In these five verses and masterful discourses by Acharya Shunya, sincere spiritual students (Sadasyas) are prompted 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 absolutely necessary for all sincere aspirants of spiritual growth. This text is especially helpful if the seeker is confused between conflicting duties as a householder and as a spiritual student. 

This teaching series was recorded live over a  period ranging from July 28, 2016 to September 15, 2016