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The Psychology of Darsanamala

The Darshanmala, one of the last major works of Narayana Guru, contains 100 verses lucidly expressing the guru's un itive vision expounding the core of Vedantic wisdom. Here, Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati, using his deep scholarship in ....read below

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The Darshanmala, one of the last major works of Narayana Guru, contains 100 verses lucidly expressing the guru's un itive vision expounding the core of Vedantic wisdom. Here, Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati, using his deep scholarship in western psychological thought, masterfully examines this wisdom from the psychological point of view to address basic questions of human psychology like how does one experience the world, the link between I, the experiencer, and that which is experienced and the way in which one can guide one's actions. Referring to western thinkers including Carl Jung, St John of the Cross and Kierkegaard, Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati explores Narayana Guru's absolutist vision to present insights into such items as consciousness, illusion, yoga, existence, awareness, consciousness and contemplative devotion and liberation. Referring to the thought and philosophy of Greek and other western philosophers and ancient scriptures on Advaitic philosophy, the commentary, simple in language and easy-to-understand, incorporates the perspectives and vision derived from the author's guru, Nataraja Guru, who had translated the entire poem Darshanmala into English.

  • Foreword By : Don Berry
  • Binding: : Hardbound
  • 13 Digit ISBN : 9788124602546
  • 10 Digit ISBN : 8124602549
  • Edition : 1st edition
  • Year : 2004
  • Pages : xvi, 495 p.
  • Size : 23
  • Weight (approx.) : 900
  • Bibliographic Details : Appendix; Bibliography; Indices

Foreword
Guide to Sanskrit Pronunciation
Acknowledgements

Introduction

PART ONE
The Text in Translation

I. Adhyaropa Darshanam

Cosmic Projection
Verse 1 to 10
Cosmic Projection
Applied Psychology

II. Apavada Darshnam

Truth by Consistent Refutation of the False

III. Asatya Darshnam

A Vision of Nonexistence

IV. Maya Darshnam

A Vision of Non-being Beingness

V. Bhana Darshanam

A Vision of Awareness

PART TWO
Introduction to Part One

VI. Karma Darshanam

Cosmo-Psychological Functionalism

VII. Jnana Darshanam

Consciousness ans its Modifications

VIII. Bhakti Darshanam

Contemplative Devotion

IX. Yoga Darshanam

Transpersonal Union

X. Nirvana Darshanam

The Finale

Appendix - The Text in Sanskrit
Bibliography
Index

Sanskrit
General

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