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Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha

01 – Kenopanishad – by Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha

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This discourse series by Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha was part of the Gurupoornima Retreat held at Narayanashrama Tapovanam, Kerala in the year 2020. In this talk, Nutan Swamiji explains in detail the meaning of Shanti Pata, chanted at the beginning of the study of Kenopanishad.

Swamiji describes Shanti Pata as a self addressed prayer - for our evolution and ultimate fulfilment, so that we can realize our divinity in full. The mantra when chanted with great focus and emotional association, will generate sattva guna in our inner being and help us to easily assimilate the knowledge and realise it.

The upanishads, through its declarations and exhortations, try to take our focus away from the fragmented objects of the world and fix it on THAT which is beyond all objective properties - which transcends even the subject-object distinction. It fixes our attention on the Ultimate reality which is not perceptible to the senses or even the ordinary mind. Swamiji explains that ultimately this Truth has to be identified by our mind, which is purified by constant rumination on the Truth!

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