Forgive my Forgetfulness

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Long ago, a brilliant and enlightened young monk named Shri Adi Shankara breathed new life into India’s long-standing monastic order and left humanity a treasure trove of his wisdom and teachings in the form of prayers, hymns, and commentary. In Shiva Aparadha Ksamapana Stotram, he reminds us how we have forgotten the One who is the source of our life and our divine nature.

In this commentary by Paramahamsa Prajnanananda, a great, God-realized Kriya Yoga Master, his deep love and reverence for Shri Adi Shankara lend themselves to this beautiful, sensitive, and thought-provoking commentary. Ever attuned to the Divine, his words emanate from the fathomless wisdom that abides within.

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Long ago, a brilliant and enlightened young monk named Shri Adi Shankara breathed new life into India’s long-standing monastic order and left humanity a treasure trove of his wisdom and teachings in the form of prayers, hymns, and commentary. In Shiva Aparadha Ksamapana Stotram, he reminds us how we have forgotten the One who is the source of our life and our divine nature.

In this commentary by Paramahamsa Prajnanananda, a great, God-realized Kriya Yoga Master, his deep love and reverence for Shri Adi Shankara lend themselves to this beautiful, sensitive, and thought-provoking commentary. Ever attuned to the Divine, his words emanate from the fathomless wisdom that abides within.