What is Advaita Vedanta

Advaita Vedanta originates in the remarkable insights first described in the Upanishads more than 3000 years ago. It is a spiritual vision of reality endorsed by philosophers, mystics and sages across time. And not only sages, anyone who looks into this shining wisdom will quickly come to sense its mature authentic vision.

Why am I here? What is life for? Questions such as these fascinate most people at times, often resulting in a spiritual search. Such a journey inwards is profoundly met by the timeless stability found in these teachings. Perhaps at first the knowledge it reveals may seem obscure but this is an appearance only. Like any great principle in nature the essence of Vedanta can be captured in a single sentence – All this is divine and I am one with that very same divinity. 

In itself Advaita is not a religion yet it often invokes a religious flavour, as this wonder of existence become ever tangible. The more we sense the purity and subtlety of our own nature, the closer the oneness of  divinity feels. The word Advaita itself means not two, a mighty unity of peace, purity and freedom. The Upanishads are the original source of this non-duality wisdom in the world.

What is Advaita Vedanta? It is best to understand it as a thrilling response to three principal questions: What am I? What is this world? What is God? Coming to experience the answers is known as Self-realisation.

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Advaita Vedanta

Advaita Vedanta