Talking about Moksha

Aditya Balachander, a 12-year-old living in Texas, asks why the ultimate goal of Self Realization is seemingly so unpopular in Hinduism these days. Gurudeva suggests that the mature swamis traveling through and living in the United States do talk about moksha.

Unedited Transcript:

Aditya in Texas wants to know why isn't the ultimate goal of Self Realization or Moksha so popular in Sanatana Dharma today?

Well Aditya, I think you would find that if you mixed around with mature Swami's in the United States who have come from India or who live in the United States you'd find them talking about Self Realization and the ultimate goal of Moksha. It's a very personal goal that needs guidance for attainment.

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