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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Vedanta.


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Vedanta +‎ -ic


  • Advaita: A-dvai-ta Nondual, often referring to the Vedantic teachings of Shankaracarya and similar Vedantins who emphasized the undifferentiated Brahman state as the final goal of Yoga practice.

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  • It is deatable whether his work can be called Vedantic at all particularly if one was to take the Mother’s formulation of it.

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  • The Hindu Vedantic scholars in Indian Philosophy assert that there is a Soul, an Atman which is part of the Transcendental Soul, the Brahman.

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  • Yoga, an intrinsic part of Vedantic Hindu traditions, has become a universal language of spiritual exercise in the United States, crossing many lines of religions and cultures.

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  • In spite of Vivekenanda's reception, subsequent series of lectures, and ultimately the establishment of the Vedantic Society of New York, with satellites in Boston and San Francisco, Hinduism remained a tiny presence in the United States for decades.

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  • When applied to Vedantic philosophy, the word refers to the distinctivist teachings of Madva, who taught that there is more than one category of real eternal existence and thereby emphasized the unique individuality of all beings and things.

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  • If both Vedantic views are right, which the Vedas says is so, then it is we who may choose what we take from the Transcendental and how we live there.

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  • Several crucial Vedantic questions remain unanswered: Where has all this reality come from?

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  • Thus, the Vedantic darshan is concerned with the conclusion or ultimate aim of the Vedas and so deals with the precise nature of the final Transcendental goal.

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  • Professor Critchlow points out that the shape of the book is a Golden Rectangle and that it is angled in such a way that one corner rests on Christ's 'naval centre', as it would be described in the Indian, Vedantic tradition, while the upper corner rests on his 'heart centre'.

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