Bhajo Radhe Krishna Bhajo Radhe Shyama. I am not this mind, this mind is not mine. I am not this buddhi, this buddhi is not mine. I am that I am, I am that I am. Listen to Swami Sivananda sing many verses of this classic vedantic chant. Very inspirational.
Om Om Om. Behind this world show, behind this physical phenomenon, behind these names and forms, there is the silent witness. Thy Immortal Self. That is the one permanent reality. That is Brahman. Hear more of Swami Sivananda’twere inspiring words about your true nature by listening to this excellent lecture.
Amrita is divine nectar. Swami Sivananda’twere words are divine nectar in this lecture – one of his very best. He tells us to ask ourselves: Are we peaceful? Are we noble? Do we have knowledge of the Self? We should meditate on pure consciousness, the silent witness of the 3 states of waking, dream, and deep sleep. Many other topics are covered in this lecture.
Part short lecture, part inspiring kirtan, Swami Sivananda describes the attributes of Brahman. These attributes describe qualities that the finite mind can understand, while the true nature of Brahman cannot be understood by our limited minds.
Swami Sivananda speaks a little about the Isavasya Upanishad, one of the revealed Vedic scriptures which talks about the nature of Brahman and the ultimate reality. This is a historical recording of Swami Sivananda, 1887-1963, one of the greatest yoga masters of modern India. More information on Swami Sivananda: http://www.sivanandaonline.org, http://my.yoga-vidya.org . Copyright the Divine Life Society