Veda is self-knowledge
The word Veda is derived from Sanskrit rot “Vid” meaning Knowledge or Jnana
Eashwara Jnana – Knowledge of Eashwara
Atma Jnana- Knowledge of self
Brahma Jnana – Knowledge of Brahman
Advaitha Jnana – Non-Dual Knowledge
Vijnana Jnana – Knowledge par excellence
Vedas are “Apourshaya”
Meaning they are not from Human Origin
Vedas are “Anantha”
Meaning they are infinite
Vedas are “Anaadi”
Meaning they ever existed
Vedas are treasure house of Wisdom
Vedas are endless, unfathomable, indefinable and blissful
The secret of the entire creation is contained in the Vedas.
The Vedas establish goal and purpose of human life.
Veda Vyasa divided Vedas into 4
Rik Veda – Hyms in praise of various deities. 33 Deities are mentioned. Sun GOD is the most important deity
Yajur Veda – Hymns for worshipping various deities. Performance of Yagas and Yagnas.
Sama Veda – Sama means to bring Shanthi or Peace to the mind in form of seven Swaras
Atharva Veda–Contain Hymns to ward off evil and destroy enemies.
Yajur Veda is further divided into two
Krishna Yajur Veda
Vedic hymns when chanted correctly purify the mind and create higher vibrations that help us resonate with higher visions and realizations that help us in calming the Physical, Emotional, Psychological, and Spiritual planes of the chanter.
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