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Welcome to Vedic Studies

Author: Vladimir

Last Activity: May 5, 2011

I would like to start a discussion on the psychological change we all undergo from the studies of the Vedas, and especially our new thoughts which come to us during and after our studies. I would likealsoto discuss in depththe faculties ofconsciousness as they were seen bythe Vedic seersand as we understandthem now inour daily lifeand activities.

Welcome to all interested in Vedic Studies!

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commented by Ben Darras on May 5, 2011

I have come to believe from our Vedic studies that the early Vedic peoples lived in a different mental paradigm. I believe that later peoples were more noun oriented. Concerned
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commented by Keka Chakraborty on Nov 15, 2010

What is a Word? How about - it is a channel between silences. silence is the witness - the self. But the self is more than the witness. It also has the urge to express.

The word is
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replied by Vladimir on Nov 15, 2010 (in reply to Keka Chakraborty's comment)

Dear Keka,

thank you for your bright thoughts and words.

What I can see, as for now, is that the Thought holds a particular aspect of the reality of Being in our
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commented by Ben Darras on Nov 15, 2010

I was hoping that you world let me join the Sanskrit Grammar Class. I've been studing Perry, so I believe that I could fit in.  ---really enjoyed the 'Surya-Savitr' audio ...read more

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replied by Keka Chakraborty on May 4, 2011 (in reply to Ben Darras's comment)

Dear Ben, How is your Sanskrit study going. I wanted to test our email notification by making this comment. Hope that is okay. Cheers, Keka
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replied by Keka Chakraborty on May 5, 2011 (in reply to Keka Chakraborty's comment)

I cannot reply to you since your comment has reached our maximum depth 4 - a reply to a reply to a comment on a topic :-) 

So I am replying to my own reply - that yes, I
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replied by Ben Darras on May 5, 2011 (in reply to Keka Chakraborty's comment)

The Sanskrit class is a great help    to me (dative or accusive?) . I've made a lot of progress,

thanks to you all.

I will be sticking with the class until the
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commented by ladislav on Nov 25, 2009

Dear Vladimir,

It takes time to come back to the atmosphere here. I have rarely experienced the density of this place in this way; it
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commented by Keka Chakraborty on Dec 17, 2008

Dear Vladimir, I always look forward to our Tue Veda class - it elevates me. I really appreciated when you spoke about the Sun today and its relationship with the life force of the earth. It was
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replied by Vladimir on Dec 17, 2008 (in reply to Keka Chakraborty's comment)

Dear Keka,

it is just wonderful! Your perception of this inner space is wonderful.

Thank you for sharing it with me. I would like to post it on our forum at
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commented by ladislav on Dec 4, 2008

Dear Vladko, May Maruts, who are perfect in creative power, come to us with their increasing and protecting forces, with their best boons of a wide shining heaven thus carrying us by their
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commented by ladislav on Nov 3, 2008

Dear Vladimir,

I am still occupied with the former resume, but want to keep up my contact with you using this medium. Every meeting there is added a stone to this majestic
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commented by ladislav on Aug 8, 2008

Dear Vladko,

It seems to me to touch with these texts realities, which I observe flowing, woven into the carpet of the paths the consciousness takes in ordinary life. You were
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commented by ladislav on Jun 27, 2008

Dear Vladko,


I am still concerned with directions and their importance, as they are the turntable of our consciousness. Whatever movement we observe, material, vital or
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replied by Vladimir on Jun 27, 2008 (in reply to ladislav's comment)

Thank you, Latso, for your most inspiring letter, I am happy to see new possibilities in applying Vedic Vision in psychological terms.

This movement of consciousness is very
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commented by ladislav on May 31, 2008

Dear friend,

The classes always bring about, what ever the theme is, things, which are actually being aimed at in my field of work. It seems, that whatever is our work we have to
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replied by Vladimir on May 31, 2008 (in reply to ladislav's comment)

Thank you, Latso,

for your most inspiring letter. I adds a lot to the universality of perception ofthese matters. I can clearly see now, especially through your letters, how this
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commented by ladislav on May 15, 2008

This is a letter written by Latso, a teacher of Music inthe Ashram School, who is a part of a study group on the Veda in the light of Sri Aurobindo at IPI, Pondicherry.

 
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replied by Vladimir on May 15, 2008 (in reply to ladislav's comment)

It is a very interesting question about the touch.

The sense of touch is the third essential sense after hearing and seeing. I am saying essential because these three constitute
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commented by Vladimir on Mar 8, 2008

Please refer to the article Svadhyaya by "reading for oneself"


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