Looking Deeply - Vivekacudamani of Sri Sankarcarya

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  • Looking Deeply
by Swami Tyagananda

A fresh look at Shankara's Vivekacudamani by an eminent teacher of Vedanta.

  • 239 pages, U.S. paperback
  • 978-0-9987314-3-8
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Among Śrī Śaṅkarācārya's writings, the Vivekacūḍāmaṇi has remained for centuries a favorite of students of Vedanta for its clarity and precision. It goes to the heart of the matter in order to answer these questions:

1. Who am I really?
2. Why does the real me remain hidden?
3. How is this real me connected with everyone and everything?

With the help of intensely practical methods, we are taught how to look deeply in order to experience the truth within ourselves and the truth behind this universe. This experience brings inner clarity, abiding joy, and a life of genuine inner freedom.

Composed in Sanskrit and containing 580 verses, the book provides the original text, an authentic and accurate translation with explanatory notes, a glossary, and an index.

A monk of the Ramakrishna Order since 1976, Swami Tyagananda is the head of the Vedanta Society in Boston and the Hindu Chaplain at Harvard and MIT.

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Click on the link for a list of other translations of the Vivekachudamani.
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