Narada Bhakti Sutras – The Yoga of Divine Love
The Narada Bhakti Sutras composed by Sage Narada centuries before Christ are an incomparable treasure for those who seek to cultivate this Love through the practice of devotion or bhakti. A close study and deep reflection of these Sutras allows one to experience this Divine Love that abides in all. In this book, Swami Jyotirmayananda brings clarity of understanding to this noble work through his profound insight and intuition, conveying the power of Love that melts all differences created by sect, creed or color, allowing the mind to see the Oneness in all.
Pages: 240 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-42-4 | Year Published: 1982
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A selection of inspirational quotes by Swami Jyotirmayananda drawn from his writings, lectures, and interviews on Yoga and Vedanta.
Pages: 240 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-27-1 | Year Published: 1975
Yoga Essays for Self Improvement is a collection of universally applicable, practical, and
insightful writings in the light of Yoga and Vedanta philosophy that allows an individual to enrich one’s understanding to successfully navigate the road of life. In this book, Swami Jyotirmayananda articulately addresses commonplace questions such as “How to Remove Anxiety” or “How to Develop Compassion” that often assail the mind of an individual seeking to achieve greater harmony and meaning in the fast pace of the modern world.
Pages: 248 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-39-4 | Year Published: 1981
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
Befriend even one of these four… and the gates to Enlightenment will open for you! Allegorically speaking, there are four gates to the Palace of Liberation, flanked by four gatekeepers – serenity, contentment, good association and spiritual enquiry. If one were to embrace any one of these, then “All else will be added unto you.” This booklet says it all in a nutshell.