The Bhagavad Gita is one of the three primary texts of Vedanta, along with the Upanishads and the Brahma Sutras. Despite being over 2000 years old, it remains immensely popular and continues to set people free to this day. Presented in the form of a dialogue between a self-realized teacher and his s..
Self Knowledge (Atma Bodha) by Sri Sankaracharya is a basic Vedanta text of 65 verses unfold by James. It is written for 'those who are purified and peaceful, calm of mind and desirous of liberation.' In a simple elegant style with apt metaphors and elegant examples it makes the..
Aparokshanubhuti is a beautiful 8th century text commonly attributed to Shankaracharya. The literal meaning of aparoksha is, ‘that which cannot be known through the mind and senses,’ the implication of which is, ‘the self.’ Anubhuti literally means ‘experience’ but since it used in reference t..
At the annual Trout Lake retreat James unfolded, the Mandukya Upanishad, the ‘king of Upanishads,” which negates the waking state entity as our primary identity and reveals limitless ever-present ever-experienced ordinary Existence/Awareness to be our true identity. It is accompanied by Gaudapada..
This charming elegant text by Shankaraya elucidates the fundamental Vedantic principle with compelling examples that make excellent meditations.
Specifications: 9 MP3 files. 9 hours of talks.
This series is available as an online download or on a USB flashdrive. After yo..
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