Mysticism of Hindu Gods and Goddesses
One can be photographed in many poses – likewise, God assumes infinite forms. All appear different, yet all are the same Supreme. Spiritual aspirants on different levels of evolution, having different degrees of mental purity and devotion, cannot worship the same aspect of the Divinty. Therefore, different manifestations of God arise, each having a deep mystic symbolism designed to awaken the mystic powers of the soul. Mysticism of Hindu Gods and Goddesses provides this mystical significance along with a portrait of each deity. Also included is a lengthy section on Avataras (Divine Incarnations).
Pages: 64 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-08-0 | Year Published: 1974
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In this book, one can study the mysteries of the three states of consciousness, gain a deep understanding of the mental projections that provide illusory credibility to the world of names and forms, and unravel the puzzles of dream and sleep that baffle modern medical science to this day. Further, through its lucid explanations and helpful instructions in higher forms of meditation, this advanced study will prove an indispensable tool in entering the fourth, transcendental state beyond Waking, Dream, and Deep Sleep.
Pages: 64 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-10-3 | Year Published: 1974
Swami Jyotirmayananda’s Yoga Exercises for Health & Happiness comprehensively expounds the system of Hatha Yoga, a practice by which one attains a life of remarkable physical and mental well-being. Filled with a genuine sense of the ancient heritage from which this science comes, this book is assured to benefit all spiritual seekers. Experience how Hatha Yoga exercises fit in with a complete plan of abundant living and pave the way for the attainment of the Highest Goal – Enlightenment.
Pages: 272 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-15-8 | Year Published: 1973
The Upanishads constitute the essence of the teachings from the Vedas, laying the foundation for the non-dualistic school of Advaita Vedanta. In this book, Swami Jyotirmayananda brilliantly conveys the wisdom of four major Upanishadic texts – Kena, Mundaka, Prashna, and Ishavasya – in a concise and simple manner. The author’s translation and commentary of these ancient works enumerate for the spiritual seeker, in fine detail, the timeless truths realized through the spiritual revelations of the ancient sages and saints of India.