Asti Bhati Priya
- Adhyatma Vidya
- Asti, bhati, priya, nama and rupa are supposed to be the fivefold features of everything in the world.
- Glossary of Sanskrit Terms
- Asthira: Wavering and unsteady.
- Yoga in Daily Life
- Asti, Bhati and Priya are the Svarupas of Atman or Brahman or. Moksha.
- No Society Can Exist Without Morality
- Asuric traits mentioned in the Gita. Everything in the universe is Divine; it exists; it shines; it is lovable. It is asti, bhati and priya; it is Sat-Chit- and Ananda.
- LEELA -- the Play of the Divine
- Divine is “Himself the play, Himself the player, Himself the playground.”- all this is for the cosmic joy of experiencing oneness in diverse forms. Asti- bhati-priya, play/svayambhu leela is for subtle abhas/experience.
- Asti, Bhati, Priya - Fruit from the Garden of Wisdom - Chapter 10
- There are said to be five characters in all existence nama, rupa, asti, bhati and priya. Nama and rupa are name and form.
- A selection of articles related to Asti-Bhati-Priya. Asti-Bhati-Priya: Sat-Chid- Ananda; the eternal qualities inherent in Brahman.
- Viveka, Vairagya, Shatsampatti and Mumukshutva | Some
- If we can continuously eliminate name and form, then we perceive the omnipresence of Brahman - Asti, Bhati, Priya or existence, knowledge, bliss absolute.
- Divine Discourse on July 3, 1993
- Jul 3, 1993 It is taught in Vedantik parlance as Asti, Bhati, Priya, Roopa, Nama. Asti, Bhati and Priya are permanent.
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