Advaita-Vedanta and Sri Ramana: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

“Self-Realization in Advaita refers to the recognition of our innate state of awareness which by its very nature is that of perfection and freedom. The ancients called it the Heart. It is also referred to as Sat-Chit-Ananda or Knowledge, Consciousness, and Bliss.” Read on….and thanks for a great post, Harsh Luthar!

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Advaita is a Sanskrit term and means “not two”. It refers to the philosophy of nondualism. There is a lot of literature on Advaita Vedanta that can be found in any good library and, of course, the Internet.

Excellent and reliable information on classical Advaita-Vedanta and the saints associated with that tradition can be found at the following links.

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