Drg-Drishya-Viveka, through its 31 slokas, expounds on the methodology to distinguish between the 'Seer' (Drig)and the 'seen' (Drishya) thereby establishing the Truth that 'I am the Seer and not the seen'.
Through Drg-Drishya-Viveka, Adi Sankaracharya helps us ascertain our identity with the supreme Brahman and guides us in meditation so that we can realise our true nature of unconditional Bliss and end all sorrows for all time.
These discourses by Swami Advayananda, CIF In-charge, were recorded during the Vedanta Unveiled 2019 camp at Adi Sankara Nilayam in October 2019.
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