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The ultimate goal of human life is to know the Self through the teachings of Vedanta. But it is not possible for everyone to attend regular Vedanta course due to some constraints. One day discourses conducted by Acharyaji gives an opportunity to these people to listen to devotional and vedantic texts to get this ultimate knowledge. Some such texts explained by Acharyaji are Hanuman Chalisa, Aditya Hridayam, selected chapters of Bhagavad Gita and Manisha Panchakam.

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SATSANGH – FEAR

In the Satsangh Pujya Vasudhaji explicated the emotion ‘fear’. Vasudhaji described fear as the greatest obstacle on the path of a spiritual seeker. She further said that fear is always about something external, about one’s attachment to position, property, people, certain ideas and name and fame. These things bind us and the fear of losing them creates fear.[…]

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SATSANGH – UNDERSTANDING THE SCRIPTURES

In the Satsangh, Pujya Vasudhaji spoke of the importance of understanding our scriptures, to see the connectedness to one another and to nature. This understanding brings about the understanding of oneness.
In this materialistic, hedonistic world, with the change in lifestyle, the development is measured in terms of making more money and skill and hence has resulted in our losing ties with our heritage, slowly and steadily. […]

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Our ‘Identity’ in this world and the Law of Karma

In today’s satsangh, Acharyaji spoke about our ‘identity’ in this world and the Law of Karma. Acharya says, every individual has ego which has got limitations. We need to respect others’ limitations, just as we accept our own. The differences and varieties in plants, trees, animals and mountains do not disturb us, while we are agitated when it comes to our own relatives and the society because of our expectations.

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SATSANGH – ‘ Mind – Use it as a tool’

In yet another satsangh, Pujya Vasudhaji addressed the questions and doubts raised by the audience. In response to a question on how to control the mind, Vasudhaji said that taming the mind is like taming a wild horse. The mind should be our friend and should be used for worldly transactions. Resistance creates stress and so one has to become aware of mind and be watchful.[…]

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Management Principles from the Bhagavad Gita

A presentation on ‘Management Principles from the Bhagavad Gita’ was conducted by Shri Murali Krishnamurthy, a student of Pujya Vasudhaaji at our Centre on 30th July. The audience was exposed to the ancient knowledge interpreted in the context of modern corporate work culture. Lord Krishna’s teachings of Karma Yoga, renunciation and devotion were explained in the light of management terms[…]

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Satsangh in Bheemili

Vasudhaaji addressing the young students of Yoga Acharya training course at Bheemili, situated along the beautiful coastline of Vizag city, in clear and firm words said that each one of us should know the truth of our being. Starting the discourse with the word Vedanta, and its sanskrit meaning as Vedah Antah. i.e., an end of all knowing, Vasudhaaji narrated a beautiful dialogue between the son and the father, where the father questioned the son who completed his studies and returned home, whether he learned that one thing which puts an end to all the learning or knowing? […]

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DISCOURSE – Yoga and Vedanta

How is vedanta to be understood – was beautifully explained by Vasudhaji in the satsangh on ‘Yoga and Vedanta’ held at the Yoga Consciousness Trust, Vishakapatnam. Vasudhaji led the audience in her unique style with clarity and simplicity on, how Vedas explain fulfilment of Artha and Kama within the pursuit of Dharma and how Moksha the fourth purushartha is attained through Vedanta, which ends the quest of knowing. The audience was smoothly guided by her, to know the truth of themselves, as sat-chit-ananda swarupa […]

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AN INTRODUCTION TO BHAGAVAD GITA

Many of us have read the Bhagvad Gita. Maybe it is out of interest or curiosity or because we were told to. But are we really aware of why we need to and what are the learnings available to us from this holy text? These and many more aspects about reading of the Bhagvad Gita were clarified in a satsangh by Acharya Vasudhaaji held at the NRI Complex, Nerul.
Acharya beautifully aroused the interest of the audience by introducing us to the fact that the Bhagvad Gita is not a mere piece of literature but a holy scripture. The subject of the scripture is the path to human evolution, […]

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Understanding Advaita Vedanta

Vasudhaji explained in her unique and simple way the fundamental Truth of our Being. Vedanta implies the end of all knowing. It refers to the state spoken of in the scriptures where all knowing happens, and then there is no more need to know. The clarity in that state gives all the answers. There are no more questions or doubts. This state is referred to as Mukti, Moksha, Nirvana or enlightenment. It is the state of recognising Consciousness as the core of our being and recognising the same as the core in all. It is that Consciousness which is non-dual, Kevalam, ekam, the one without a second.[…]

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DISCOURSE – IMPORTANCE OF SATSANGH

Where do we get connected to if we want permanent happiness? What should one do to get this? Is it possible in this life time?
Yes, says Pujya Vasudhaji in her recent Satsangh. She beautifully explained the importance of Satsangh- Being in the company of like-minded seekers and listening to the wise words of masters – which gives clarity of thought about the impermanency of this ephemeral world, the ever changing BMI (our equipment) and the permanent nature of Self – Nitya, Niranjana, Nirakara, pure, complete in every sense and ever blissful. […]

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SATSANGH AT THE ROTARY CENTER, VASHI

Acharya Vasudhaajis nectarine words of Truth reiterated what Swami Vivekananda said “Arise, Awake’ stop not till the goal is reached “. The goal is attained by enquiring into one’s own True Self. The culmination of human existence is to seek and realize this inner potential within. In total awareness, one must constantly allow for this Consciousness to fill one’s Being. […]

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The Dharma of Karma -Discourse

The audience was captivated by the message of Pujya Vasudhaji ‘Beware and Be aware’ during the discourse on ‘The Dharma of Karma’ at the Millennium Tower, Sanpada on 17th of March.

Pujya Vasudhaji elaborated that our actions should be such that they do not bind us. They should free us and help us reach the goal of life which is Moksha or liberation. […]

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Discourse on Hanuman chalisa

Acharya Vasudhaji conducted discourses on the verses of Hanuman Chalisa, composed by the great Saint GoswamiTulsidasji at The Temple of Fine Arts, Shivanjali in Coimbatore. The discourse spanned over three sessions on three days from 3rd to 5th February. It was for the first time that the audience in Coimbatore was introduced to such a profound text on Bhakti as Hanuman Chalisa and they were all overwhelmed by devotion.[…]

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Discourse on Chapter 18 of Bhagavad Gita

Detach from the lower and attach to the higher – manthra deeksha received by all, who attended the exposition by Acharya Vasudhaji on the 18th Chapter of Gita. By doing the duty ordained, for the sake of it, giving 100% involvement, with the surrendering attitude to Lord[…]

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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 16

The sixteenth Chapter of Bhagvad Gita analyses the divine and devilish qualities that are present in every human being. The divine qualities are the stepping stones towards self-realisation and liberation and[…]

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A detailed explanation of Aditya Hridayam

The ADITYA HRIDAYAM is a hymn in praise of the Sun God from the Yuddha Kanda of the Valmiki Ramayana. This contains 31 slokas. Sage Agasthya gave this Maha Mantra to Sri Rama when Rama was perplexed, while fighting […]

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