Vedanta is the philosophy taught by the Vedas, the most ancient scriptures of India. Its basic teaching is that “every being is potentially divine”.
Vedanta literally means the end (‘anta’) of the Vedas. Vedanta philosophy is based on the Upanishads, the ‘knowledge’ portion of the Vedas, that teaches that man’s real nature is divine and that the true object of human life is to unfold and manifest this divinity.
Meditation and Yoga are also integral part of every being's pursuit to realise the inner Self. Together, they help to channelise the human mind to a state of higher consciousness.
Vedanta, Meditation and Yoga are at the core of all the principles, practices and teachings of Éire Vedanta Society (EVS) in Ireland. EVS strives to propagate the message of Vedanta (Spirituality) in line with the teachings of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa.