This was a talk delivered by Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha in a two-day Vedanta Workshop in Malaysia in January 2020. Here, he discusses the Upanishadic “Exclusive knowledge pursuit” and the “Buddhi Yoga Pursuit” of Bhagavad Gita.
Expectations must become extinct. Liberation is vāsanā-tānavam—extinction of desires. Desires will not fall the way you want, but will fall. Recognize the place for extinction of desires, and allow them to settle.Read More
Moksha is a clarity, a freedom that you need from whatever troubles you have now. If there is no trouble, you don’t need moksha.Read More
Many of you get confused about what in us gets liberated. My reply is, whichever part in you now feels bound, will start feeling the absence of bondage.Read More
Strain your ears, you’ll catch the tune; I tell you, the Great one has come!Read More