Questions tagged [jnana]

Jnana (Sanskrit: ज्ञान) means the knowledge and realization of Brahman. JnanaYoga is the path for attaining the ultimate/supreme. Jnana is also termed for vidhya (विद्या), self-realization (आत्मज्ञान) & Brahmajnana (ब्रह्मज्ञान) in Upanishad and Vedanta

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What Vedanta philosophy is followed in Utkaliya Vaishnava of Mahapurusha Achyutananda of Odisha?

Achyutananda (and the other four saints) believed in a concept of God (Vishnu) as Shunya (emptiness, void, zero) called Shunya Purusha and/or Shunya Brahman. This shunya signifies a transcendental ...
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Does Srimad-Bhagavatam glorify the Jnana-marga?

Srimad -Bhagataam is referred to by Sri Ramakrishna and many other saints as 'Bhakti-grantha' or a book of devotion. Does this scripture also glorify the Jnana-marga that leads to the Formless ...
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Details On Smriti, and Kalpana?

Please someone provide detail on Smriti, Kalpana and its working.. from Hinduism side of view.. For Example: I recently came to know about Vak, and its working.. on answer written HERE Im looking for ...
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What are Shāstras’ view on people seeking to learn without adhikāra?

Though the traditional varnashrama dharma is on decline at present, there exists many curious souls who want to know the truth through self-study, many of whom are uninitiated through upanayana, ...
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Jada Samadhi , Jeeva samadhi and Siddha vithai does this lead to jnana and moksha?

Swami Sivananda Saraswati - Says in hatha yoga when one collects all of his prana using either lambika yoga/khechari mudra and focuses it in his eyebrow center he goes into jada samadhi. This is more ...