Ranjod's Personal Gallery

Kindle Life 23.10 Fundamentals of Vedanta

Kindle Life 23.10 Fundamentals of Vedanta

Published on 15 March 2021

What are different experiences of the world? What are the organs? What does the gross body consist of? What are the contents od the subtle body? What are the different functions of the thoughts called?

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
Transcript
00:00
Hari OM!
00:00
Kindle Life Chapter 23.10
00:00
FUNDAMENTALS OF VEDANTA
00:05
What is the World as experienced by an individual consist of? ( OET ) a. Total field of Objects perceived, plus b. Total Emotions felt, plus c. Total Thoughts entertained. What is the EGO or individuality made of ? ( PFT ) a. The Perceiver, plus b. The Feeler, plus C. The Thinker What are the equipment of the individual? ( BMI ) a Body, plus b. Mind, plus c. Intellect
00:56
What does the gross body consist of? It consists of ten organs. Five organs of perceptions and five organs of action. The organs of perception are : the eyes, the ears, the nose, the tongue and the skin. The organs of action are : the hands, the legs, the speech, genital organ and the organ of evacuation. It is the medium through which the individual contacts the world of objects and experiences his joys and sorrows.
01:45
What is the subtle body made up of? The subtle body is made up of the mental and intellectual sheaths, which respectively, contain emotions and feelings of the mind and ideas and ideals of the intellect. All these are thoughts. Refer earlier videos Kindle Life 7.1 and 7.2 Personalit Rehabilitation, 8.1 and 8.2 Mind and Man and 23.5 Fundamentals of Vedanta. The subtle body is therefore, constituted of thoughts just as mud pots and made of mud and gold ornaments are made up of gold.
02:43
There are functional differences in these thoughts of the subtle body. The four distinct status, because of the differences in the functions, are called a. Mind or Manas, b. Intellect of Buddhi, c. Ego or Ahankara and d. Memory or Citta. These together in their aggregate are called the Antahkarna or the inner equipment in contrast to the outer equipment, the ten organs of the body.
03:27
Hari OM!
03:27
more in next video Kindle Life 23.11 Fundamentals of Vedanta..