Who Am I – A Search for the Truth (2008)
Throughout the centuries mankind has searched for answers to questions such as why are we here, what is the nature of God and the world around us, and is there life after death. But perhaps the ultimate of all such questions relates to our own eternal reality. And it is this quest for whom we really are, that lies at the heart of all spiritual endeavor. India, the world’s sixth-largest country with more than a billion inhabitants. An enchanting land filled with great vestiges of divine inspiration. It’s here that sages and philosophers like Adi Shankaracharya, Swami Vivekananda and the poet St. Kabir have delved deep into this mystery called life. Proponents of the Hindu philosophy Advaita held that our real nature is divine. God is our innermost self, an underlying reality that exists in every being. The basic teaching is that we should awaken ourselves from the mistaken belief the we exist as separate individuals.
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