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"Atmopadesa Śatakam" is a Malayalam spiritual work by Narayana Guru in the form of a poem. It is considered as the classic work of Narayana Guru, who was a . 11 Dec - 53 min This is "Atmopadesa Satakam" by Aaron Eden on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and. 9 Feb - 50 min - Uploaded by harioam ആത്മോപദേശശതകം -- ജഗദ്ഗുരു ശ്രീ നാരയണ ഗുരു ദേവന്.
Atmopadesa Satakam-Meaning by Gopu. One hundred verses on Self Instruction . 1. May the chanting be commenced, with the five organs of perception turned. 5 Apr Narayana Guru's Atmopadesa Satakam ( verses of Self instruction) - chanted by Guru Nitya. 13 Jun Narayana Guru's Atmopadesa Satakam chanted in both Malayalam and English by Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati.
Audio of discourses by Prof G. Balakrishnan Nair on Sri Narayana Guru's Atmopadesa Satakam is available for your listening. You can download Atmopadesa. "With this verse you are entering into an intense spiritual discipline." Thus concludes the commentary of the first verse of Atmopadesa Satakam, the One. 19 Jul Gurudevan (Sree Narayana Guru) wrote 'Atmopadesa Satakam' after his enlightenment and self-realisation. Swamiji was at Aruvippuram while. 3 Jan Atmopadesa Satakam - Sree Narayana Guru - Verse - ഇതിലെഴുമാദിമശക്തിയിങ്ങു കാണു-. ന്നിതു സകലം. 27 Jul Saturday, July 27, Atmopadesa Satakam - Sree Narayana Guru - Verse - കരണവുമിന്ദ്രിയവും കളേബരം തൊ-.
Atmopadesa Satakam. Search this site. Contents. a 1 - 8 · b 9 - 16 · c 17 - 25 · d 26 - 33 · e 34 - 41 · f 42 - 49 · g 50 - 57 · h 58 - 65 · i 66 - 74 · j 75 - 82 · k 83 - The book recounts darsanas delving into the meaning of the Atmopadesa Satakam — 'One Hundred Verses of Self-Instruction' of Narayana Guru — to. ATMOPADESA SATAKAM (A Hundred Verses of Advice for Self-Realization)). Contemplative Writing SWAMI MUKTANANDA YATI. Published By ONE-WORLD. The philosophy of a guru: a study on the philosophy of Narayana Guru based on his One hundred verses of self-instruction (Atmopadesa satakam) / Nataraja.