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What is the view of shankara vedantins on kundalini yoga?

Unless you're referring to any specific form of practice to awaken the Kundalini, several direct reference can be found in the writings of Shiva incarnate Sri Adi Shankara himself on the Kundalini ...
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What is wrong with samsara and dukkha from the perspective of advaita philosophy?

Happiness is the core of all beings(Jivas).. incontrovertibly, It is the propensity of human nature to hope for a silver lining in all ramifications that fans out in ones situations/experiences....yet ...
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What is wrong with samsara and dukkha from the perspective of advaita philosophy?

Samsara is full of suffering. In this world (samsara), there are three kinds of suffering. Samkhya Aphorism 1.1. Well, the complete cessation of pain [which is] of three kinds is the complete end of ...
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What is wrong with samsara and dukkha from the perspective of advaita philosophy?

There is on earth no intrinsic diversity. He gets death after life, life after death, Who perceives here seeming diversity. As a Unity alone is It to to be perceived. This One indemonstrable, enduring ...
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What is wrong with samsara and dukkha from the perspective of advaita philosophy?

I've never quite understood what is inherently wrong with samsara and why one would want to be liberated from it - most texts seem to assume this as an obvious goal. The cycle of life and death is ...
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Authenticity of Jagannath Ashtakam being a composition of Adi Shankaracharya

Undoubtedly Shankara is the composer as can be implied from the writing style. Shankara’s other compositions too praise the deity to the exclusion of others, for e.g. in his composition on Narasimha ...
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