What is dhyāna? – Chapter – 18

Guru says, "Child, is dhyāna only about sitting in the manner and position as prescribed in the scriptures or is there something more about dhyāna to be known?   Introspection and contemplation about one's own creation and the form and shape of the self-luminous akshara in whose form he has been created in and the self-luminous... Continue Reading →

Dhyāna – Chapter – 17

Guru says, "Child, for a created being to even begin to show gratitude and practise acceptance for Self-Surrender, first he must contemplate and introspect on the Supreme Self. For a created being to know, realize, understand, perceive and experience the Supreme Self, the "body" or the manifest state of the self-luminous akshara is his greatest friend.  ... Continue Reading →

Aksharam Paramam Brahma – Chapter – 2

Arunāmbara – Deva Sambhāṣaṇa is a discourse and discussion about Self-Enquiry and Self-Surrender, the four types of mukti, Aksara Vijnāna, the truth about the Absolute and other subjects between Guru and shishya.   Like all the Puranas, Arunāmbara – Deva Sambhāṣaṇa has its origin in the forest namely Swethāranya meaning White Forest where Guru finds shishya in contemplation about... Continue Reading →


Chapter -11   The Brahman is something not visible to the naked eye; On the other hand this world containing the five elements, the movables and immovables, all living beings including the human species, is vividly visible to the eye; Inspite of all these, Brahman is said to be real and the visible and the... Continue Reading →

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