Vedanta: Life’s Eternal Wisdom
What is Vedanta and its role in life?
Vedanta is ancient, universal wisdom that originated thousands of years ago in India. Its philosophy contains the eternal principles of life and living that can help you attain:
- Lasting fulfillment and happiness.
- Concentration, focus and efficiency in action.
- Harmony in your relationship with the world.
- Clarity of thought and purpose in life.
- Above all, the realization of your true Self, the Ultimate Reality.
“Looking within one attains happiness in the Self, uniting to the Supreme one attains Eternal Bliss.”
From Bhagavad Gita Chapter 5 V.21
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What We Do
The Foundation is dedicated to teaching the eternal wisdom of life through regular online weekly sessions on Vedanta philosophy and the Bhagavad Gita taught verse by verse. We also conduct periodic in-person retreats and events in the United States.
The word Vedanta is a combination of two Sanskrit words “Veda” and “Anta” which together mean the culmination of knowledge, the ultimate wisdom. Our programs enable you to gain this wisdom in a systematic, structured way that will benefit both your personal and professional life. Above all, you will be able to understand your true mission and purpose as a human being, which is to attain lasting fulfilment in life culminating in the ultimate state of Self-Realization.
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The Bhagavad Gita is a foundational text of the Vedanta philosophy. Its core message is that true happiness lies within oneself and not in the external world.
Senior Protege of Swami Parthasarathy
We are open to All
Vedanta is universal wisdom applicable to all human beings. We administer our programs without discrimination of nationality, ethnicity, gender, religion, personal belief and practices or other status. Our weekly sessions and periodic public lecture series are open to all without charge.
“Living is an art, a skill, a technique. You need to learn and practice it as you would a game or musical instrument.”
Swami A. Parthasarathy