The Art of Positive Thinking
There is no power in this universe that excels the intrinsic power of the mind. Thoughts shape one’s destiny and comprise the underlying causality of all the significant developments of humanity. While negative thoughts are the source of all that is evil in the world, positive thoughts are the source of all that is true, good, and beautiful. In this book, Swami Jyotirmayananda presents in clear language, the fundamentals of Yoga as they pertain to exercising positivity in order to live a life of health and happiness. Through the application of one-pointed concentration on all that is positive in the world, one’s mind is able to eradicate vices and cultivate virtues, leading one to the heights of greatness – materially and spiritually.
Pages: 145 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-46-2 | Year Published: 2006
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Chapter 18 of the Bhagavad Gita—Sanskrit, translation and detailed commentary. This book is essentially “The Essence of the Gita.” In this book, we get an accurate account of a hero’s (every individual) struggle, his conflicts, and Krishna’s liberating teachings. Detailing the 18th Chapter, this book brings the highest wisdom, uniquely presented, and matchless in practical value.
Pages: 176 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-45-5 | Year Published: 1987
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.