Tara McCarthy asks Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya about ancient Vedic teachings
Unfortunately Tara's side of the audio for this interview was lost.
Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya is a spiritual teacher, vedic scholar and religious leader.
Sanatana Dharma is the traditional name for the religion that we know as Hinduism.
0:23 Please tell us about the meaning of your name.
1:00 Please explain the significance of the words dharma and veda to us.
2:54 One of the core beliefs in the tradition of Sanatana Dharma is that we reincarnate, please tell us about that.
7:10 Would you say the goal in living an ethical life is ultimately to attain enlightenment?
10:25 How do you determine right from wrong? Or ethical from unethical?
12:55 Is it true that Sanatana Dharma teachings promote pacifism?
15:54 How is it that the Vedic texts teach compassion while also being a warrior tradition?
18:35 What advice would you give to men in the military when they may be required to participate in unethical wars?
22:00 How does one live a good life in times of degeneracy and decay such as this one?
27:22 Please tell us about the book you wrote on how Vedic principles apply to political policy.
30:31 How would you define evil?
33:11 What is the difference between intelligence and consciousness in your opinion?
39:00 What is consciousness?
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