Amritabindu Upanishad – Krishna Yajur Veda

Simple translation without lengthy and boring lectures! Flush your mind of duality/dualism, and attain Complete Freedom.

Use your MIND as a Churning Stick and realise your TRUE DIVINE SELF!

Amritabindu Upanishad in the Krishna Yajur Veda. Simple translation without lengthy and boring lectures! Flush your mind of duality/dualism.

The amazing Upanishad is for true seekers and not for those who have been trained to believe in myths, dogmas, or other belief systems.

The Amritabindu Upanishad is one of the shortest Upanishads and one of the five ‘Bindu’ Upanishads. The allegory of a fire churn is used in this Upanishad to encourage seekers to ‘churn’ using the mind as the churning rope to realise the Ultimate Truth of the Formless, Eternal, and All-pervading SELF or Brahman.

All fears, worries, anger, envy, hatred, and all such negative feelings have one source – DUALITY, which is a curse on humankind and the very tool used to manipulate the minds of the masses and enslave them permanently.

Do you consider yourself to be a true seeker and not some blind believer in myths and legends that are in fact meant to serve as means to transmit great spiritual knowledge through generations? If yes, this short video should help you achieve great clarity in your mind. If your answer is no, this video can be a great eye-opener for you and help you start working on learning to overpower the chief troublemaker in your mind, namely, duality.

By following the path of Vedanta taught in the Srimad Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads, one can experience an intellectually and spiritually fulfilling journey that leads to a state of inner calm, peace, and bliss that persists forever.

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