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Difference Between Vedas and Tantras
17 May 2017 YogiVishwa

Have you ever wondered about the Vedic and the Tantric tradition? If they have same root? Any similarity or differences, what are they trying to achieve, how they come in existence etc.? If you do, then maybe you will like reading this. [More...]
Meditation in Bhagavad Gita
25 January 2014 YogiVishwa

The Bhagavad Gita helps those in trouble. In the Gita there is a conflict. Arjuna is unable to take a decision and to resolve this, he turns to Krishna and listens to him. It is important to realize that Arjuna is not just listening to Krishna, but that he is in a state of meditation. [More...]
What are the three Gunas?
3 November 2012 YogiVishwa

You may come across different kind of people, happy, compulsive and lazy. Ever wonder what makes their behavior. The same changing behavior we can see in our self, it may be changing from one to another on a given day. Let’s understand this tendency or nature. These tendencies are called gunas, and born out of Prakriti. In other words, changing tendencies of Prakriti or our Outer Reality is called Gunas. It is important to stress this fact that Guna is the tendency not an action in itself. As a guna takes a predominates the corresponding characteristic is observed. [More...]
Sacred Books of India
9 September 2010 YogiVishwa

Ever wondered about all the sacred books of India. As how they are organized or linked together? These books cover every aspect of life – philosophy, religion, spiritual and yogic practices, social, fields of law, medicine, architecture, art, music and sexuality etc. It is impossible to name all the texts, but here are some important ones. [More...]
Four Goals of Life
27 July 2008 YogiVishwa

In Indian Vedic tradition, it is taught that we are born to fulfill achieve the following four goals, aims, desires or purpose in our life. These are called Purushartha, these are the reasons we are born for. They are - 1. Dharma 2. Artha 3. Kama 4. Moksha [More...]
What is Vedic Yoga?
28 January 2007 YogiVishwa

The knowledge of Yoga in Vedas is known as Vedic Yoga. The Vedas contain a comprehensive key to cosmic evolution as well as to human spiritual unfolding and unlocking of all the laws of the universe. According to Vedas, there are three types of Yoga, [More...]
History of Yoga, Tantra and Vedanta
15 January 2007 YogiVishwa

In this post, I would like to summarize the historical development of Yoga, Tantra, and Vedanta in progressive order from ancient time until now. The duration mentioned in the respective periods are approximate and for easier understanding. [More...]
Types of Karma
29 December 2006 YogiVishwa

The word Karma came from Sanskrit word “Kri”, it means “to do”. Karma means not only action, but also the result of an action. The consequence of an action is a part of the action, and cannot be divided from it. Karma is a neutral, self-perpetuating law of the inner cosmos. [More...]
What are the Vedas?
26 November 2006 YogiVishwa

What are the Vedas? Who composed , written or complied them? What are their structure? [More...]
Contradictions in Bhagvad Gita
31 October 2006 YogiVishwa

Truth is contradictory; if it is not contradictory then it is not truth! Bhagvad Gita is full of contradictions. You can understand it only if you see it in totality. [More...]
What is Vedanta?
29 September 2006 YogiVishwa

What is Vedanta? What does it really mean - literally, philosophically and realistically? Where do you find the teachings of Vedanta? Let’s understand these basics. [More...]
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