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Defining God by Swami Sarvapriyananda

Jun 11, 2021
Oh Misato Mossad Gamaya Thomas oh ma jyotir Gamaya Raider ma Gamaya unwritten home shanti shanti shanti ohm leaders from the unreal to the real leaders from darkness to light guide us from death to immortality Oh peace peace peace good morning today the topic What we have before us is to define God no less, we could not be more ambitious every time you talk about God and religion, this is something that inevitably comes up, you will either ask yourselves or people will ask you what you mean when you talk about God when they are atheists. and theistic artists are debating as they have been for centuries and millennia whether God exists or does not exist.
defining god by swami sarvapriyananda
In both cases the question arises: which is the God? Who is the God you are trying to prove? What is this God you are trying to prove? refute in both cases one often finds their vagueness about it the vigorous fight that there is God does not exist but what is this God that you are trying to prove or disprove? The concepts are not very clear when talking to children, especially they will ask you at once. The other's point is that what is God? In the persistent and annoying way children have of asking the simplest questions: What is God?
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So this question: what is God? Is it possible to form a clear idea of ​​God? I have given this talk. early and once I was walking through the streets of Calcutta in a car and I saw written in big letters on the wall God defined his not God at all I said oh that ends my talk definitely


God but you know that It's a point in Why do people say that God cannot be defined? These and other questions are what we will explore this morning from all the literature I have read in Vedanta. The best definition of God I have found.
defining god by swami sarvapriyananda
The best definition. of the Brahman that I have encountered is what I will share today this morning in all the literature not only with the Phoenicians of Antalya but in all the philosophical and religious literature of the East and the West. I have not found a more sophisticated and deeper definition. of God is the definition that is so precise so clear. The only thing we can really promise is that you will not leave this room today without a clear idea of ​​at least what God openly means. It is an unforgettable experience. so precise and sublime philosophically sophisticated and even further you will not leave this room not only without an idea of ​​what exactly God is but also and I dare say this you will not leave this room without finding God before this definition we are seekers of God after this definition you can no longer say I am looking for God, you have found him, you know exactly what God is and where he is, so this is what is on the table in front of us this morning, let's get into it.
defining god by swami sarvapriyananda
I will demand all the attention. Normally I do, but this time I mean it because because the definition is developed as a mathematical proof, you will see for yourself, you will see how precise and deeply connected it is, if we miss a step it will be lost, so we must walk . together and I will warn you again that I will point it out when we get to the crucial parts the text I will use this morning is from one of the major Upanishads the strict open theory secured the second chapter of the open title Isha the first paragraph of the second chapter of the opening of the strict theory the second chapter is called brahmananda wali the chapter dealing with the bliss of Brahman Brahman is the name of God in the foreground of the Vedanta Brahman, so the question is what can be defined Brahman.
Rahman, the text begins with a short sentence that summarizes the entirety of Iran: it says that it goes like this Brahm Javed op no T param the knower of Bromham reaches the highest Brahma with the mischievous param the knower of brahman reaches the highest in this small prayer I feel like all of religion and spirituality has been poured into this little phrase. There is something called Brahman. In one second it is possible to know Brahman and thirdly, by knowing Brahman we achieve everything we could have wanted in life. The knower of Brahman reaches the highest now.
When we hear something like this, three questions come to mind: Firstly, what is this blessed Brahman that you are talking about? What exactly? Can you define it for us? Number one Number two You talk about knowing Brahman We would like to know how Do you know Brahman? What do you mean by my knowledge of Brahman and attainment number three of the highest? What do you mean by the highest? What exactly will I get after all this? So three questions: What is Brahman? How do you know Brahman? What do you mean by attaining the highest when you know Brahman?
The following sentence clarifies and gives answers. The following sentences give us answers. They give us the answers to these three questions. Since these questions are short, you will get the answers today. Schwab yuktah. It is said in response to these possible questions Satyam gammon and Ambrym ha yo V Donaghy Tunku how am I parami Blauman then ash Newt is aravaan come on brahmana Zahavi pachitea t now what has been said here brahman is infinite existence knowledge existence knowledge the infinite is Brahman that is the answer to the first question when you ask what is Brahman the answer to that question is Brahman is existence infinite knowledge Satyam Ghanim hymn how do you know this Brahman I Vaden hit my arm param a human who knows Brahman as the reality that shines within From your own heart what do you know?
Brahman as I am that problem is a poetic way of saying I am Brahman if to know Brahman in this way and reach the highest what is obtained from it the answer is so naughty that that enlightened person who enjoys reaches the pain of Karma whatever you want, whatever one could want in life, all of that, well, all of that which is what we're trying to get, we have an education, we have a family life, relationships, we're achieving things in the world, we're trying to get what we want. . I want in life, well, you try to get all of that and you don't achieve it little by little, all of that at once and in one fell swoop you get everything incredibly well and you'll say okay, I'm sold, I need to get myself some of that Brahman where we don't worry about Totality of all these things that we talk about, we are only concerned this morning with the first question: what is Brahman?
How do you know Brahman and how do you get what is promised? The second question I will address in detail in August in my August lecture and the third question, the achievement of everything one could hope for in life, I will address in September in the two lectures that are coming up, but today. the crucial question what is Brahman and I will direct our attention to that phrase Satyam yharnam a hymn of subtle reality existence truth Ganim knowledge an infinite hymn is Brahman now I am plugging it here onwards full attention hmm little children would ruin their faces and look closely , yes, and get red in the face with all the attention they are giving, we have to be like this, present, for this there is a way to expand this definition on computers, you have something called a zip file where you take many files and you compress it into a file, you compress it when you need to use it, you need to unzip it, unzip it in the same way that this definition of the proper definition of God, the word for God in volantis Brahman, the definition of Brahman that we need, needs to be decompressed. unzip it and there is a way to do it this is what I invite you all to follow the path is this you begin with the word Brahman the word Brahman begins very simply the word Brahman literally means it expands without limit Bree had to bring it for our Dogma Brahma Hagia T Brahmin is that which literally swells, the word brah brings how it means to swell or expand without limit, it literally means that if we translate it into English it will mean the vast note that it is impersonal, there is no him. or she is not a person it is simply called vast, vast, what a vast house, a large or vast country or a vast space, it is not qualified, they do not say vast, what simply vast, when you say the worst without anything attached. know a vast ocean or a vast heart none of that simply vast literally means infinite simply vast without any qualification means infinite without any limit and the word just before the word Brahman is a hymn the Sanskrit word a hymn literally means no limit vast Brahman means vast and the word before it means exactly what is the meaning of vast without limit a hymn hymn in Sanskrit means limit a hymn means without limit now let's explore this word without limit unlimited infinite what is limit what do you mean?
By limit, to understand the unlimited we must understand what is meant by limit. In Vedanta we talk about three types of limits. Three types of limits. Something becomes limited and finite in three ways. What surprised us all? I mean, space. Kala means. time was - means the limits of the object are limits in space limits in time limits in the object wait for it and that sounds a bit peculiar, you may already be starting to understand what limit in space and limit in time means , but what is a limiting object will come. It's a very interesting concept, but first let's start with what limit in space means.
Remember well, remember where we are in the definition. Brahman, the vast, limitless, limitless, limitless, three types of limits, there are three types of limits, first type of limit. limited limited in space limited in space means that something is located here and not there the very fact that you are here in the Vedanta Society sitting in the temple means that you are not in the bookstore or on the highway or at home you are here that It means that you are limited in space, we are all the objects that we know, all the physical objects that we know are limited in space, they have a beginning and an end in space, this is where they are and that is not where they are, so that everything. has a limit in space The great state of California has a limit in space after some time it becomes Arizona or Nevada or some other state, the great country of the United States, but it has a limit after some time it becomes in the Atlantic Ocean or Canada or Mexico or the Pacific then everything is limited in space now imagine something has no limit in space the definition tells us unlimited in space without any limit if something has no limit in space what would it be you or What would happen to that?
If something has a limited space, it is here and not there. If something has no limit in space, you cannot say that it is only here and not there. You have to say there is no place where it is not, there is no place where it is not. there is no location in space where it is not if it is not limited in space, so Brahman, by definition, is something that is not limited in space, so there is no place, there is no space where it is not, the word used in religion is only present, so Brahman is omnipresent is the first result we got, we have to proceed very mathematically, the first result we got from this definition is Brahman, whatever it is, a thing we now know It is something that has to be unlimited in space, omnipresent everywhere, secondly, the other. the type of limit we can talk about is limit in time Karla in time the second type of limit and the Upanishads say anantam without limit in time what is a limit in time a limit in time means that something exists after its creation and before its destruction in the middle of birth and death we existed before birth this body was not there after death this body will not be there before its production creation in a factory somewhere this glass was not there now it is there and there will come a time when the glass will be destroyed it will break maybe it is a broken glass it is no longer a glass and you will say that the glass no longer exists so after its destruction it will not exist it is limited in time it is cut in time then birth and death death are limits in time creation and destruction are limits in time almost everything we know in our life in this universe is limited in time everything is subject to birth everything subject to death in geeta inside sri krishna says Jacques Shaheed Rome with what you are born will certainly die then what is born will certainly die there are limits on time all our life is a little game that we play between these two limits a Swami used to say with humor that what is life what It is life, he says no, you are right, the person was born in 1920 and died at 8:10 p.m. right on the tombstone, so from the 19th to the 22nd of 2010 and this little bit - between that and that the Swami would say with humor what It is life but a - from the womb to the grave but a little, a little - and those two dates on the tombstone show us a limit in time our time is limited now suppose that there is something that is not limited in time the definition says Brahman the vast is not limited in time which means that there is no time about which we can say before this Brahman did not exist we cannot say that because it is not limited by birth and we cannot say that there is no time after the which women will not exist there is no time before which Brahman did not exist there is no time after which Brahman will not exist that means that it is not limited in time time does not cut off Brahman the result we obtain here by deriving it mathematically Brahman is eternal Burman is beyond time Brahman is notarises in time does not disappear ceases to exist in time time does not demarcate Brahman, you cannot make a tombstone and put a date: Brahman begins an end of Brahman now, so Brahman is not cut off in time.
Brahman is eternal, that is the second result we got from the little word unlimited anantam, now we come to the third type. of limit if you remember I said space limitation time limitation object limitation the third type of limit a third type of limit is object limitation let's investigate this is a very interesting concept what do you mean by object limitation? It's a simple concept but a bit peculiar way of thinking when I say object limitation it means everything is in itself and nothing else so what is this? It is a glass, it is not a table, it is not the Swami, it is not a room, it is not the country, it is not a car, so it is nothing more than a glass, we call it the law of identity, a thing is identical to itself and different from everything else. so everyone when you say I have an ID that shows at the airport your passport or driving license, what does that tell you?
What does that say to the TSA person? This person is such a person and nothing more, you are sir, miss or madam. so-and-so and nothing else and no one else then that is a limitation and an object a thing is itself and nothing more precisely itself and nothing of the billions of other entities, each entity in itself and separate from the thousands of millions of others into billions of other entities okay, suppose something has no such limit, think about it, mind boggles my mind, suppose something does not have this object limitation, what would object limitation mean that a thing is this and nothing more in the entire universe without object limitation does it mean that there is nothing? in the universe that is different from it the limitation of the object means that everything in the universe is different from it is only itself no object limitation means that nothing in the universe is different from it follow this carefully nothing in the universe is different from Brahman there is nothing in the universe apart from Raman there is no second thing apart from Brahman in the universe no second is equal to non-dual non-dual is equal to Brahman is non-dual an element of the Sanskrit word is Advaita let me repeat that at this point the students often say again Go up a little bit what you said and said object limitation means that a thing is identical to itself and nothing else very good without object limitation that thing means if there is such a thing that has no object limitation that means that there is nothing different from it if there is nothing different from it, there cannot be even one entity apart from it, so if there is not even a second entity apart from it that becomes non-dual non-dual means that the second thing is dual means second thing exists non-dual, there is no second thing apart from Brahman Brahman is non-dual advaitha.
I imagine that the little word unlimited anantam has given us these three powerful results. One if something is unlimited, you are saying that Brahman is unlimited, you are


that Brahman is unlimited, then it must be as omnipresent as it can be. is not limited in space, must be eternal, is not limited in time and must not be dual, there can be nothing apart from Brahman, additional non-dual element, Brahman is surah BRP nityam advaitha min, Sanskrit, omnipresent, eternal, non-dual, all this is packaged in this single word a hymn this word of hymn can be translated as infinite now one thing one thing that we can immediately notice here there cannot be two infinities under the element it means that there is no second thing apart from Brahman , so there is no second thing apart from this infinity so in mathematics for example we talk about numbers different types of infinities thanks to the mathematician Cantor we have a whole hierarchy of infinities in mathematics so the Infinity in Brahman in Advaita Vedanta is not like a Mathematical Infiniti the Infiniti in advaitha Vedanta does not tolerate a second infinity there cannot be a second thing apart from Brahman, there can be if there is infinity, it must be proper 1 infinity, so brandman is not only a non-dual additional element, it is also one what is coming Ava ad vitam, one non-dual These are the results we have obtained so far and they are remarkable in themselves, but a question arises.
Well, you can define it that way. It's an interesting concept. It's a beautiful abstraction. A sophisticated philosophy. But is it real? Does such a thing exist?. Something that is eternal, omnipresent and. non-dual there is such a thing if it exists then you are already in trouble because something that is omnipresent must be everywhere and something that is everywhere must be here something that is everywhere has to be here something that is eternal was is and will be must be right now if it is eternal if it is there all the time it must be right now and something from which nothing is different non-dual then in every object we should be able to discern that Brahman imagines the conclusion that if Brahman is eternal all-pervasive and non-pervading. dual, then Brahman must be here and now in whatever I choose to see, whatever I choose to experience, you should be able to show me Brahman in conventional religion, there is a way out.
I can say that yes, God exists, but God. It's in heaven, that's why you can't see it right here, not now, not here, God is in heaven, there, now, no, God is after death and if you're a good girl or a goodbye, then only after of postmortem death, God is certainly not these. things God is apart from all these things now I am sure if I say that because then you have to believe it I am not bad anymore it is not my unavoidable duty to show you God because God is not here he is there in that place now not after death you can't catch me and not in these things because God is apart from the creation the other but the moment you say moment Vedanta says God is everywhere must be here God is all the time must be now there is nothing apart from God so show me God in these things show me God in this glass then in one of the old stories of Indian mythology there is a little boy Prahlada and there is a devotee of Vishnu and his father is a great demon king who hates Vishnu and finally here in the Turkish shabu and he taught just a little boy and one day they have this big fight the boy and his father and the father says well, where is your Vishnu?
Where is your precious Vishnu supposed to be everywhere? and the boy says yes, my lord is everywhere. God is everywhere. and then he remembers that they are in a palace with huge pillars and all that, his father points to this pillar and says that there is your precious god Vishnu in this pillar and the boy says yes, he is in the pillar and the story continues, it is very dramatic . father kicks the pillar in fury the pillar is a demon then the pillar breaks and this terrifying form emerges from the pillar half man and half lion it is called erisa mahavatar oh the incarnation of god in the form of lion man is a terrifying form of god god he takes a terrifying form to protect the little boy to protect his devotee and that demon comes and kills the Dedede the terrible form of God comes and kills the demon that is the story, it was a famous story and it is depicted again and again in the place.
In towns and cities in India till today I have seen so many performances of it and the climax is when the child says yes, my God, it is not that pillar and the father kicks that pillar, so it is like the climax of the drama. and there will be a person dressed in a wig and all with a mask and he will jump off the column with a terrible drawer and all now in one of the plays the story that this really happened the person whose witness told For me, it was played by children little ones from our school Ramakrishna, strange with ink in Calcutta, and the boy who performed there played the role of the devotee, the boy Prahlada, he is a clever boy, now he knew where the lion guard man was in the form of the man lines up behind which pillar is he hiding from, unfortunately there are two pillars and the demon king, who is also another, another little boy, shouts, roars, where is your precious God?
Is he after this Willard and the kid knew that if he kicks that pillar? and it falls and God does not come out, everyone is going to laugh, so the P plus form of an audience, you know, then the child answers no, he is behind this pillar, but Brahman is only present it has to be in everywhere, you should be able to display it. God in this glass or on this table and everywhere and that is in fact what the open topic below does. Incredible in a remarkable piece of philosophical insight, spiritual insight, the open Ishod proceeds to show us God in every entity of this universe, let's see how he does it. that now we have two words Brahman and one hymn, the vast and the infinite, boundless, remember the first two words in case you have forgotten, I will remind you of reality, knowledge Satyam Ghanim, reality and knowledge, infinite It is Brahman, let us take a word now. reality is the word satya means in Sanskrit it means truth means reality means existence now the opening shot asks us to consider consider reality look around you what you consider real don't be philosophical common sense what you consider real Well, I consider my body to be real in This room and all these people are real, these benches and this carpet and all this, all these things that are really in the space between us is real and the outside world is real, there are hundreds. and thousands of real things, living and non-living, surrounding us all now, the foreground says: apply the definition, if it is real, it must be God because the definition says that the knowledge of reality, the infinite is Brahman, so, what reality must be Brahman?
So let's see These real things are Brahman, but here is a big problem: you just defined Brahman as without limit, without limit in space, without limit in time, without limit in the object, take any of the things that we consider real, this thing is limited in space very fond Asami only it is in your hand nowhere else it is limited in time it had a Kriya time and the time when it will be destroyed certainly Swami no one heard of an eternal glass cover or something so and it is limited in object, yes, there are things that are this, it is just this and different from everything else in this whole room, so it is limited in space, it is limited in time, it is limited in object, how can it be Brahman?
Do you see the contradiction here? Do you know in one? The word Brahman openly says the definition says that what is real is Brahman, so this is real, how is this problem? In another word, Upanishad says that Brahman is infinite, it is not limited in time, it is not limited in space, it is not limited in object, do you see the contradiction that we consider? being real is definitely limited in time definitely limited in space and definitely limited by all other objects in the universe how can they be? How can both words infinity and reality apply to the same thing?
So here there is a problem, a contradiction between things. what we consider real, open, safe, says that the real is Brahman, but the things we consider real are very limited in time, space and drugs of objects. He initially insists that Brahman is both reality and the unlimited, omnipresent, eternal, non-dual, well, nothing of what we see around us. We are only present eternal or non-dual so we are written we are at a standstill what do you do? the open ocean is not given to talking nonsense self-contradiction if you have self-contradiction one of the strategies used in the open ocean says if we have language that is self-contradictory, then we must take an implicit meaning.
I repeat that if what we find openly in language, the direct meaning does not coincide, is not appropriate, the same definition gives us two meanings that are mutually contradictory, the means of reality these objects infinite none of these objects are infinite then, what? what are you doing? The accepted norm is to take and in the implied meaning what is meant here, let's look at the opening shot, it says look, make a list of the things you see around you. reality your reality is fine my body and so many other people are there and they are these open chairs and tables sure it says how do you experience these realities when you say glass is you experience the glass as if it were real it exists when we say something is real we mean that it exists then the glass is real when you say the elephant is not real you mean there is no elephant in the room when you say the glass is real you mean there is glass in the room exists so reality means things that exist so the glass exists the lectern exists the Swami exists the audience exists the temple exists and the opening of a lanta tells us look at the Swami and the glass and the lectern and the temple all are different from each other they are different entities but they concentrate on the sense of existence of the glass there is the glass is the table is Swami is the audience now focuses on that is we never pay attention to that humble is but it means existence means being now when you look that is the same mnestheus saying that the glass is or the table is or the Swami is or the people there the whole world exists exists think of it as an ocean of existence in which the glass the table the Swami the people everything that are waves in that ocean of existence the waves are all different from each other other names different different shapes different functions nama Rupa Viva Hara different from each otherbut it is an existence everywhere now apply that word infinite to this existence to the sense of existence infinite means it should not be limited in space not limited in space only present focus on this, the sense of existence, is it only present or No?
Yes, any space you can imagine from here to the farthest galaxies, things exist, there must be existence, even empty space exists, so existence has no barrier, omnipresent, there is no limitation, there is no cut. let's go into existence think about it the glass is different from the cover of the glass but the glass exists the cover exists existence is not different it is a continuous ocean of existence we are not used to thinking about it that way but let's try to think about it is how there is a lot of waves and bubbles and foam in the ocean and spray in the ocean but it is a continuous mass of water instead of looking at the big and small waves instead of looking at the waves look at the water you will find an uninterrupted mass of water in the same way here look around you feel it around you from our birth until today we have been continuously experiencing being existence we do not focus on that we focus on the name and the farm here is a person is a good person is a bad person here is something nice here is something tasty or something bitter here is something I want here is something I don't want to forget overlook the crucial fact that all this good and bad desired and unwanted cheap and expensive whatever it is there is being in it and ease in everything which is nested in space is limited by time someone will say well I can break this precious glass and the glass is not right Vedanta would say that broken glass is right glass is breaking broken glass glass is powdered glass is powdered put in an atom crusher and crushed into subnuclear particles, all the glass in the universe is supposed to be destroyed, well, the table is then other things, they are existence, there is supposed to be Destroy everything, the universe, simply let's conceive it, everything is destroyed, so where is the essence?
There is a bit of analysis there and the commentator Shankaracharya points out names and forms, business manifests when the names and forms are not there, everything is resolved again in Maya. then the isness continues but it is no longer convenient scible I will repeat that names and forms manifest existence existence lends being to these names and forms exist because of pure existence and what do they do for pure existence manifest pure existence that allow us to experience pure existence, pure existence itself is not an object of the experience of existence, it is experienceable only through names and forms, objects exist, they borrow existence from pure existence and come into existence and we experience the objects and the existence in them if the objects are not there, the pure existence according to Vedanta continues but it is no longer experienceable and one more thing if that pure existence is not limited by space it is not limited by time it is not limited by the object think about whether there is any object apart from existence if it is apart from existence it does not exist by pure logic you do not have to go searching let me try to locate an object apart from existence simply by pure logic if something is apart from existence it is non-existence It is not abstract philosophy, it is not, you know, dry hair, the philosophy of splitting, it is what we are living right now, feel it, the feeling of being, the feeling of presence around us, the basis of our existence, the basis in the one we represent this drama that we call life, is the being itself that is everywhere, nothing can be there without being there is a truism it is a logical truism without existence things become non-existent so it all depends how to say can we have a wave without water?
Can we have golden ornaments without gold? Can we have wooden furniture without wood if you take? the wood of the benches you are sitting on you would soon be sitting on the carpet because benches cannot exist without the world, similarly nothing in the universe can be there without existence, so existence is not a part, there is nothing apart. of existence there is no second thing apart from existence existence is non-dual we now have a coincidental correlate Brahman is not limited by space it is not limited by time and there is no second thing apart from Brahman non-dual brahmanas we have found Brahman where in the existence of everything in the universe there is nothing in this universe apart from Brahman not just one more step go to the next word knowledge knowledge remembered reality knowledge infinity is knowledge of Brahman what do you consider knowledge we consider everything is it knowledge?
I am seeing you Swami it is knowledge I am hearing your voice I am hearing your voice that is knowledge I am thinking of this knowledge two plus two equals four that is knowledge all these thoughts that we have are different types of knowledge so are Brahman you The definition says that knowledge is Prem and they are also Brahman, but unfortunately you apply the definition of space-time and the object is not cut, the knowledge does not pass, that knowledge that is in the mind of the Guru is not in the mind of the disciples , that's why the guru is a guru and the disciple is a disciple that knowledge that is in the book is not in my mind I need to read the book so knowledge space limitation some knowledge is here some knowledge there is time limitation there are no things that I know and I have forgotten that there are things that I don't know, I will know them with time, time limitation, every moment we are obtaining different types of knowledge, you had one type of knowledge when you entered the room, you have one type of knowledge now, when do we go.
In the room we will have another type of knowledge with things that we will see, hear and understand, and they are all cut by time, in fact, knowledge changes rapidly, our experience is fleeting and our knowledge is non-dual. We know every bit of knowledge we have. we have what we see what we hear what we think they are all different from each other you are isolated by the object the limitation of the object applies to knowledge so what is infinite knowledge like? How can knowledge be Brahman? How can knowledge be Brahman? Apply the same logic. If you have followed the logic of existence or reality, does Brahman apply to knowledge?
Look at our knowledge, the experience we gain throughout the day, from morning to night, when we go to sleep, finally, all the experience we are gaining, thousands of bits of knowledge are processed by our minds, which It is common to all of them and now that you have been coming to Vedanta for long enough you should save the consciousness Swami, yes, everything we know, is it not true that every bit of knowledge is in our consciousness? I am aware of this kind I am aware of this person Swami I am aware of your voice consciousness sensitive consciousness is common to all knowledge it is a truism again without consciousness there is no knowledge there is no understanding there is no cognition nothing is possible without consciousness things the objects of consciousness are different from each other they are limited by space they are limited by time they are limited by the object but consciousness itself is common to all knowledge all knowledge is based on consciousness and that pure consciousness has no limitation of time, space or object, which which is aware that they are different from each other, but pure consciousness itself is not limited by the impact that all of us have of space-time and object, so this pure consciousness, this pure existence is the real meaning of the knowledge of reality in Sanskrit. is pure existence is called suck suck in Sanskrit pure knowledge pure consciousness is called chit so so sout chit a hymn is brahman pure existence pure consciousness is Brahman pure existence pure consciousness infinity is brahman this pure existence is what we experience throughout of our lives this definition simply draws our attention to this, this pure consciousness shines through our everyday experience, whether you see something, hear something, smell something, it is that pure consciousness that shines, it is the light within our hearts the that allows us to experience our lives, the movies of our lives are played. on the screen of this pure consciousness this pure consciousness is neither created nor destroyed it does not arise it does not cease to exist it is not limited to the objects of which it is conscious what I am telling you means that pure consciousness is Brahman the definition of brahman with which we are familiar with such chit Ananda existence absolute consciousness absolute and absolute bliss the aspect of bliss we will deal with in September but very briefly a hymn Brahma infinite is Brahman in another part of the open topic that is said what the infinite is joy what is infinity is char null pay suka masti boom to eva sukham what is infinity is joy our unhappiness arises from a feeling of limitation that I will die one day that the things I love will be taken away from me one day that my power of enjoyment will disappear one day these limitations are what give me unhappiness when I am infinite I have a feeling of infinity that feeling of infinity is in itself joy I say it is a mass of joy it is a notion of joy it means so subtle sucked reality means pure existence knowledge Yanam means deceiving pure consciousness and how this meaning is obtained using the word anandam unlimited is not limited existence this unlimited consciousness is itself joy and bliss what is this is yourself your true nature the definition tells us the following sentence will tell us that you have that knowing this because I am Brahman, it will do you no good to notice it, I know that Brahman is pure existence, pure consciousness, well that is good for ramen, but what is it for?
For me, the next sentence will tell us that you have to realize this as yourself, as the light that shines in your heart, you made Andy Tom damage that pure existence, consciousness, happiness in your heart, that means in your conscience, at the very center of your existence. that is what we are don't even say my brahman say I am Brahman Brahman is not like a liver or a kidney hmm I am Brahman before this definition I am a human being in such a letter I am trying to find God after this definition I am pure existence blissful consciousness in me this human personality shines appears in me it exists in me and one day it will disappear in me I am that infinite ocean to which all these beings arrive they arise like waves they play with each other they fight with each other they disappear again in me my Ananta muhammad or shot with MgO arch of Achaia with dentin aunt kala aunt provision tea Samehada in - tava crew gita it is said that I have a childish ocean of existence II the same the infinite ocean of existence and consciousness in me these Australia Wonderful entities called living beings arise like waves and do What do they do?
Kaylynn. They play with each other. back to the ocean, which I am, so this is the definition of brahman that we find in the open oceans. I have exactly a couple of minutes in those minutes, let me quickly outline everything we covered today: the definition of brahman. given in the strict theory, the open days of Isha, the existence or knowledge of reality, the infinite is Brahman, they begin with the word Brahman, it means massive fast without limits, which is equal to the infinite, infinite means without limit, the Limits are of three types, space, time and object, not limited in space. it is only present anywhere that is not limited in time means that there is no time in which one is not and is not limited by the object means that there is no object other than Brahman there must not be any object that can exist separated from Brahman now Let us try to find Brahman.
Let's look at reality. Let's look at the things we consider real in our lives. Everything we consider real in our lives. Vedanta tells us to notice that all these things are different from each other and all are limited by time. space and object but the sense of reality that we have in all of them is pure existence that is not limited by space or time nor is it different from any object any object is different from existence becomes non-existent so there is something that It is not limited by time and space something that is omnipresent something that is eternal something that is non-dual that is pure existence we cannot say that we do not know, in fact that is all we experience throughout our lives we do not know.
We realize that every experience we have in life, good and bad, religious and secular, spiritual and not so spiritual, comes to knowledge. Everything in life is based on consciousness. The experiences are all different from each other. They are limited in time. They are limited in time. space are limited by the object are different from each other but the consciousness underlying all experiences that which illuminates our sense of existence and experience that is one and unchangeable then the Punisher tells us that is what you are that is what we are we are all that only infinite existence immutable infinite consciousness when all the time, even before coming to Vedanta class, even after leaving Vedanta class, you are fat, it is only when we recognize this fact, only when we recognize this fact that we are not limited for this little personalitythat the body is born was born the personality has developed it will change and then it will grow old and the body will die and that is all no, you are not the path that has arisen, which is now there, which will submerge again in the ocean, you are truly the the ocean yourself in you in your consciousness in your existence this little life is unfolding not only this little life all lives all bodies are acting out this cosmic drama in you you are the very basis of existence you are one with God you are God taught to have mercy that you are the student respond to this by saying a monotone you have me I am Brahman the whole purpose of Vedanta the purpose of religion is to get us to this point when we reach this point and make it not just a theoretical understanding but a living reality is a visible reality with eyes closed and eyes open all of us our attention is focused on pure existence, consciousness and place, then we are enlightened and then alone we are free, we do not have to leave this world, you do not We have to close the eyes to this world.
You see Brahman with open eyes. I'll finish this. I just remembered that about ten or twelve years ago I made this strange monk in the Himalayas. An elderly person, if he is still alive, must live inside this little one. In the cabin for the last forty or fifty years he has been living like this in Gangotri and he told me: "I still remember sitting there running along the tops of the mountains, glaciers coming down the Ganges, running very fast about 100 or 200 feet below of us, pine trees around the other trees and he tells me goats of the Rigveda Pasha Davis Yaakov iam Jana Giratina blowjob look at the poetry of the Lord that neither decays nor dies the universe itself is the poem of the Lord the Lord is pure existence in consciousness and that is what we all are in the depths of our hearts at the core of our existence we are that, whether we accept it or not, believe it or not, understand it or not, the understanding is in the mind, it is a secondary thing more important than the fact existence aware of this Oh son of / - aha no luck forSahabi dium carava he is veena but he Thomas - Mahmud Vaishali om Shanti Shanti Shanti him Oh, may the Lord protect us together those who have spoken and those who have heard, perhaps both when we should, perhaps we are all protected by this spiritual knowledge. obtain the fruits of this knowledge which is peace and joy permanent peace and joy in our lives may we achieve great things in the light of the now spiritual edge in the life we ​​have left may what we have studied here today illuminate our lives made lalume in our lives that there is harmony between us that there is no discord between us own peace peace peace will be questioned you

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