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What is the meaning of Vedanta?

Is Vedanta a form of Blind Faith?

  • Thus blind faith is out of the question. Vedic teachings simply acknowledge and confirm what you already know about yourself — but need clarity to fully capture. Therefore Vedanta has nothing to do with believing something which can't validated through your own DIRECT experience.

Is Vedanta an unverifiable claim?

  • Therefore Vedanta is not making any unverifiable claim or asking you to adhere to blind faith. Nor is it a mystical lineage, philosophical discussion, or a religion. Vedanta is an observation of WHAT-IS. Just like Newton didn't create “gravity”.

Is Advaita Vedanta universal in application?

  • Advaita Vedanta is universal in its application and is equally relevant to all human beings irrespective of country, culture, belief, and background. You can immediately recognize one aspect of universality in principle of ahimsa (non-injury). It applies to humans, animals, insects, and plants.

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