Hare Krishna To All Viashnavas,Do You Accept The Teachings Of Swami Vivekanada1. At the threshold of youth Narendra had to pass through a period of spiritual crisis when he was assailed by doubts about the existence of God.He Went to meet Sri Ramakrishna who was staying at the Kali Temple in Dakshineshwar. He straightaway asked the Master a question which he had put to several others but had received no satisfactory answer: “Sir, have you seen God?” Without a moment’s hesitation, Sri Ramakrishna replied: “Yes, I have. I see Him as clearly as I see you, only in a much intenser sense.”2. Through these inspiring and profoundly significant lectures Swamiji attempted to do the following:*to rouse the religious consciousness of the people and create in them pride in their cultural heritage;*to bring about unification of Hinduism by pointing out the common bases of its sects;*to focus the attention of educated people on the plight of the downtrodden masses, and to expound his plan for their uplift by the application of the principles of Practical Vedanta.3. Before his Mahasamadhi he had written to a Western follower: “It may be that I shall find it good to get outside my body, to cast it off like a worn out garment. But I shall not cease to work. I shall inspire men everywhere until the whole world shall know that it is one with God.”4. Swamiji met the challenge of modern science by showing that religion is as scientific as science itself; religion is the ‘science of consciousness’. As such, religion and science are not contradictory to each other but are complementary.This universal conception frees religion from the hold of superstitions, dogmatism, priestcraft and intolerance, and makes religion the highest and noblest pursuit – the pursuit of supreme Freedom, supreme Knowledge, supreme Happiness.5. Swami Vivekananda believed that the essence of Hinduism was best expressed in the Vedanta philosophy, based on the interpretation of Adi Shankara. He summarized the Vedanta's teachings as follows,Each soul is potentially divine.The goal is to manifest this Divinity within by controlling nature, external and internal.Do this either by work, or worship, or mental discipline, or philosophy—by one, or more, or all of these—and be free.This is the whole of religion. Doctrines, or dogmas, or rituals, or books, or temples, or forms, are but secondary details.So long as even a single dog in my country is without food my whole religion is to feed it and serve it, anything excluding that is nonreligious.6. Jeeva Is Shiva Do You Accept It ..7. His Guru Said Worshipping All Leads To Same , He Advocated Adi Shankra Philosphy ..Who Is This Same ..DO YOU THINK HE WAS KCON OR MAYAVAADI LIKE ADI SHANKARA..