Tag: jnana

Swami Nigamananda



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Other Names and Nicknames: 
Nalinikanta, Paramahansa Srimat Swami Nigamananda Saraswati Dev, Shree Shree Thakura
Function: 
Guru
Traditions: 
Tantra, Bhakti, Vedanta
Main Countries of Activity: 
India
Date of Birth: 
1879
Place of Birth: 
Nadia district, Bangal (now in Bangladesh)
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
No
Date Left His/Her Body: 
1935


Ahimsananda



Fast Facts
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Other Names and Nicknames: 
Bro. Bill, Bill Lindley
Function: 
Spiritual Teacher
Traditions: 
Advaita, Christianity
Main Countries of Activity: 
USA, Great Britain
Date of Birth: 
01/09/1946
Place of Birth: 
San Rafael, California, USA
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
Yes


The Key to the Door

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For those who find the non-dual "path " has appeal, the danger of "dryness " often becomes an issue.



New Christian Advaita Network

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Bro. Bill, CLS (Ahimsananda), has started a new Network for those who come to Advaita from a Christian Path, or who approach "the search" in terms of Bhakti and Jnana in a dance of Life.



The Problem of God.

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In the Judaic/Christian Bible, within the Book of Genesis, is the statement about the creation of mankind: " So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female cr



The Beginning of Kaliyug - A Chronological Review - Part One

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The beginning of kaliyug. (3102 BC)



Wise Love

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"Remembering your self is virtue, forgetting your self is sin. It all boils down to the mental or psychological link between the spirit and matter. We may call the link psyche (antahkarana).



Bhakti & Jnana

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Bhakti without Jnana is like opening eyes in the dense darkness & Jnana without Bhakti is like a torch in the hands of a Blind.

— Guruji Shri Shriyogeshvara



Your Right Balance

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I have written a few blogs about the need for Bhakti, in addition to Jnana. It is such an important concept, that I want to drive it home.



Be Bhakta to those who seek your Help

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"Sometimes I feel I am everything, I call that Love. Sometimes I feel I am nothing, I call that Wisdom. Between Love and Wisdom my life continuously flows."