Quotable Notes from Jeffrey Armstrong

Archanam – the Mysteries of Divine Form

The root meaning of the Greek, Latin and English words arch, arc, ark, is the Sanskrit word arch. This arch gives rise to the archa vigraha or Divine Form, otherwise known as the deity form of the Transcendental Being. By adding nam the word becomes Archanam which means to worship the eternal forms of the Parama Purushas or Supreme Persons. In Greek the same word became arkhe which means – a beginning.

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The Swamis of India and the Tsunami of Yoga

In 1974, forty years ago, a huge tsunami was flooding across our planet. But this was not waves of water that drown you and wash your home away. Those waves started out in India, spreading East and West until they encompassed the whole planet. What washed ashore, first in New York and San Francisco, and then spreading everywhere, were the healing waters of ancient Yogic wisdom that had sustained and fed the Orient for over 10,000 years.

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Vedanta the Ultimate Vision

This paper is part of an ongoing discourse or debate about what the final purpose of human existence can be understood to be. Modern critics of this ancient process of knowing, argue that Vedanta is a primitive attempt to encounter questions that have been made irrelevant by the “progress” of modern thought and technological insight.

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Reframing Vedic Dharma

Presented by best-selling author Jeffrey Armstrong, also known as Kavindra Rishi, from Vancouver, the seminars aim to teach the younger generation how to speak confidently about Hindu dharma especially to its detractors.

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