Garland of Visions: Darśanamālā of Narayana Guru
In His Most Important Sanskrit Work Darshanamala, Narayana Guru Adopts Uncharted Method Of Viewing The Non-Dual Brahman Leaving The Student-Seeker To Intuitively Perceive One Ineffable Reality. The Ancient Upanishadic Wisdom Is Thus Condensed And Restated By The Guru In The Age Of Science. How Brahmavidya Naturally Becomes The Science Of All Sciences.
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actions Advaita Advaita Vedanta aham aham brahma asmi all-underlying ananda anatma apparent forms apparent world appears aspect assumes the form asti Atma Atman AtmopadeSa Satakam attained avidya Badarayana Bhagavad-Gita bhakti bhana bhavana Brahman called causal Reality causal substance cause cidatma conceived conditioned knowledge conditioning factors created creation creative Darsanam Vision Darsanamala defined duality effect emerge entity essential content everything existence experience external function of consciousness functional modes gold gross happens I-sense ignorance imagination individual jMna karmas knowing function known krti manas manifest form maya means meditation mental mind mysterious Narayana Guru nature nirvana non-dual non-existent non-self one's oneself ornament ornament-form Paramesvara Patanjali perceived perception philosophical prakrti pranas present chapter present verse pure Consciousness realizing remains saccidananda samkalpa Sankara Sanskrit sat-cit-ananda seeker seen sense organs signifies simply specific subtle superimposed take place transcendental turiya ultimate Reality unconditioned Consciousness underlying unreal Upanisad vasanas Vedanta word yoga