Bhagavad Gita, Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda

Universality of Vedanta: All is one



Advaita Vedanta (Gita), the essence of Jnana Yoga, an alternative to the deep Western spiritual crisis

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Reflection by Pedro Nonell.

Vedanta is composed of the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutras. It is one of the schools of Hindu orthodox philosophy.

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I am fascinated by the idea of ​​Universality of Advaita Vedanta: “All is one", the essence of Jnana Yoga (Knowledge), the potential it has is enormous as an alternative to the deep spiritual crisis that we suffer in our Western society, and if we want our Grandchildren, in this global-digital world and in which the West no longer leads, enjoy the well-being that we have achieved, we must do something, and I am convinced that Vedanta can be one of the solutions.

In these days that we celebrate the birth of Swami Vivekananda (January 12, 1863), disciple of Sri Ramakrishna, he wanted to share his profound vision on the universality of Vedanta:

Vedanta, the essence of Jnana Yoga, an alternative to the deep spiritual crisis of the West

«The whole religion is contained in Vedanta, that is, in the stages of Vedanta philosophy; one comes after the other. These are the three stages of spiritual growth. Each one is necessary. This is the essence of religion.

Vedanta applied to the various ethnic customs and creeds of India is Hinduism.

The first stage, that is, Dvaita (Duality), applied to the ideas of the ethnic groups of Europe, is Christianity; applied to Semitic groups, Islam.

Advaita, as applied in its form of Yoga perception, is Buddhism.» Swami Vivekananda

Sri Ramakrishna, Harmony, so many paths, so many religions

In verse 29 of chapter VI, the Yoga of Meditation (Dhyana Yoga) of the Bhagavad Gita we read:

«The yoga-centered man sees everyone impartially, seeing Atman in all beings and all beings in Atman»

Knowledge leads to Unity, Ignorance to Diversity (Sri Ramakrishna)

If you are able to perceive the “All is one”…

  1. Who could you fight?
  2. Who could you rob?

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