- Who is the 'seer'?
- The atma cannot objectify itself. It is the subject. So who is the seer?
- Thoughtful ruminations
- In this house, the jivatma who is the kshetrajna is allowed to dwell. The Paramatma also resides along with the jivatma. Yet the jivatma easily forgets the antecedents of his existence.
- Eloquent expressions
- A complete contrast in tenor was ushered in with the ensuing Kshetrajna padam 'Ososi Namadi' in Mukhari raga and mishra chapu thala.
- Yoga Day: Bhagavad Gita recommends doing these 3 'yoga' for sure!
- The ancient scripture of Hindus – Srimad Bhagavad Gita is a treasure for 'yoga' lovers. The holy scripture speaks about the detached way of life through its 700 'shlokas' divided in 18 chapters.
- Two types of awareness
- When the self knows this truth and in addition, also understands his true relationship with this body, he is a Kshetrajna.
Kshetrajna is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kshetrajna books and related discussion.
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