Thursday, November 14"Satyam Vada, Dharmam Chara" - Taittiriya Upanishad

Indic Religions

[Q/A] Yogic Neuroscience — A Talk By Sh. Adinarayanan

[Q/A] Yogic Neuroscience — A Talk By Sh. Adinarayanan

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Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjdOV... Recent research in the fields of Neuroscience, #Epigenetics and Cognition is aimed at developing a deeper understanding of how the brain works and ways of enhancing human potential. While Neuroscience or Epigenetics looks at things from a third person perspective, Yogic Sciences look at first person experiences. There is a wealth of knowledge available in the Indian tradition and a transdisciplinary approach involving Neuroscience, Epigenetics and Yogic Sciences can help solve modern day problems. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjdOVisKGNo&t=2s
Yogic Neuroscience — A Talk By Sh. Adinarayanan

Yogic Neuroscience — A Talk By Sh. Adinarayanan

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Recent research in the fields of Neuroscience, Epigenetics and Cognition is aimed at developing a deeper understanding of how the brain works and ways of enhancing human potential. While Neuroscience or Epigenetics looks at things from a third person perspective, Yogic Sciences look at first person experiences. There is a wealth of knowledge available in the Indian tradition and a transdisciplinary approach involving Neuroscience, Epigenetics and Yogic Sciences can help solve modern day problems. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAZZShrd1rg&t=114s About Speaker: - Sh. Adinarayanan, founder, Anaadi Foundation is a Tapasvi and visionary teacher. With a decade of teaching and research experience at Amrita University, he and his wife Smrithi started A...
Sabarimala: Understanding Hinduism

Sabarimala: Understanding Hinduism

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0nB9SODuWs Since ancient times it is actually a geographical description of the land, that this is Hindu land, the people who reside over here are Hindus and that essentially was I mean, I would say that just like you look at people who reside in China's Chinese, people who live in Iran as Iranians, who live in Greece as Greeks, those who lived in India, India is an English term, but were called Hindus, even today some of the languages in the Middle East and in China tend to use the term Hindu, for anybody that comes out of India regardless of their religion. So, the term is religious and agnostic, it is geographical in description. Now what the Europeans did, is that they continued to use the nomenclature Hindu, except they gave it a religious co...
[Q/A] No Child’s Play: How Not To Name Your Child — A Talk By Nityananda Mishra

[Q/A] No Child’s Play: How Not To Name Your Child — A Talk By Nityananda Mishra

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Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3lu7... A lot of parents turn to the Internet these days to pick up Sanskrit names for their children. As it turns out, a lot of name websites deceive parents by inventing non-existent Sanskrit names or giving dubious meanings. This talk with real-life examples is an eye-opener for parents wishing to give a Sanskrit name to their children. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yYdRknFA8Q
No Child’s Play: How Not To Name Your Child — A Talk By Nityananda Misra

No Child’s Play: How Not To Name Your Child — A Talk By Nityananda Misra

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A lot of parents turn to the Internet these days to pick up Sanskrit names for their children. As it turns out, a lot of name websites deceive parents by inventing non-existent Sanskrit names or giving dubious meanings. This talk with real-life examples is an eye-opener for parents wishing to give a Sanskrit name to their children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3lu7bwRH1g&t=159s About Speaker: - Nityananda Misra is an IIM Bangalore graduate and a finance professional. He is a scholar of Sanskrit and Hindi and a well-known author. He has edited/authored eleven books, including Read More...
What is Bhasma Snaan and Why Is It Important?

What is Bhasma Snaan and Why Is It Important?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfbuh55ccB4 Now we come to very important part of Shaivite. It is Bhasma. We know that bhasma is a very important part of Shaivite traditions, bhasma is sacred to shaivites, loved by shaivites, but what we don’t know is that, Mahadeva has said that bhasma has importance in relieving you of physical diseases ad relieving you of many mental problems. So bhasma snaana is prescribed. Bhasma is prepared from - Can you guess? It’s prepared from cowdung! There are processes given. 4-5 types of Bhasma are described. Most important among them is sacred Kalpa bhasma. Many descriptions are given in agamas, what I’m giving is just a quick summary. By no means exhaustive, just a reference. So Mahadeva has given these descriptions and also in the order of their impo
What Are The Two Parts Of All Mantras And Their Significance ?

What Are The Two Parts Of All Mantras And Their Significance ?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZ3GePymmFQ Now we come to the fundamentals. What is a Mantra? Now, aspects of Hinduism as we understand it today versus what is mentioned in our agamas, what Mahadeva has to say. How far we are from the originally revealed to where we are today. Now according to Mahadeva, not a single activity is performed without a mantra. This not what I’m saying- this is what he says. ‘Mantra vina kriya naasti’. So, he has given mantra for every action. So, Manana or contemplation if roughly translated, is the ability to know everything and Tranaa is the liberation from everything, all the ills, bondages of samsara. Since mantra gives you both, ability to know everything and capacity to get liberated from, everything is the mantra. This is the meaning of mantra. Ma