Jivanmuktiviveka authored by Swami Vidyaranya is an advanced Vedantic treatise mainly dealing with topics that are related to the state of Jivanmukti, that is, 'being free or liberated even while living'. In the second Chapter titled Vasanakshaya-prakarana, the author expounds that the means to Jīvanmukti are knowledge of the Reality, the dissolution of the mind and the obliteration of latent impressions. All these three have to be practised simultaneously to get the result. These discourses on the second Chapter of Jivanmuktiviveka by Swami Advayananda, CIF in-charge, were recorded during the weekly webinar satsangs held at CIF between July 2016 and July 2017.
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