By Nand Narine
- The Foundations of a Yoga lifestyle
- The various physique Types
- What demanding situations ensue alongside the non secular Path
- Managing our 5 senses
- The value of Nutrition
- Why is Yoga so renowned today?
- What provides me objective in life?
- Can I reside a religious existence ?
- What are a few fit nutrition choices?
- How am i able to take advantage of training yoga?
By Daniel Gold
Gold deals the 1st book-length examine to research non secular existence in a typical, midsized Indian urban, and in so doing has created a useful source for students of up to date Indian faith, tradition, and society.
By Jean Herbert
Dans l'Inde, l. a. faith à travers le mythe et l. a. légende fait appel à toutes les facultés de l'homme, à sa raison, son affectivité, sa volition et même son activité l. a. plus matérielle, dans tous leurs points et leurs subdivisions. Enfin, cette mystique, prétendent les Hindous et aussi les Occidentaux qui ont bien voulu s'en rendre compte, est vulnerable d'application pratique, concrète et constante, et ses étapes se succèdent selon des lois aussi strictes que l. a. strategy de nos ingénieurs.
By Swami Adiswarananda
The entire sourcebook for exploring Hinduism's such a lot known traditions of meditation. Meditation is a topic of common curiosity, practiced by means of seekers of all traditions at the quest for serenity, peace, and blessedness. one of several traditions of meditation in Hinduism, Yoga and Vedanta have handed the try of time, proving as important this day as they have been in the course of the a long time in assisting seekers conquer the maladies of existence and achieve the best non secular achievement. in a single complete quantity, Meditation & Its Practices illuminates the rules of the Yoga and Vedanta meditation traditions, the which means of meditation, its target of Self-Knowledge, the tools through which focus is constructed, and the methods of attaining strength of will. Defining key techniques in transparent phrases, this whole guidebook covers each point of this old non secular perform, including:
- Goals and merits of Meditation
- Objects of Meditation
- Methods of Concentration
- Posture, actual , consuming conduct, and non secular Exercises
- Mystical reviews and Realizations
- Obstacles in Meditation and methods of Overcoming Them
Drawing on either vintage and modern assets, this entire sourcebook outlines the clinical, mental, and religious components of Yoga and Vedanta meditation, the result of which lead to not the seeker's goals and visions yet to the transformation of his or her character.
By Auteur Ramana Maharshi,Eleonore Braitenberg,Jean Herbert,Alfred Dupuis,Antoinette (ed nº1 1972/86) Perrelli ; Eléonore Braitenberg ;
By Warren Lee Todd
Exploring the philosophical issues of the character of self, this publication attracts from of the main influential Indian masters, ?a?kara and ??ntideva. Todd demonstrates that an ethics of altruism remains to be attainable inside a metaphysics which assumes there to be no self reliant self. a brand new moral version in keeping with the notions of ’flickering awareness’ and ’constructive altruism’ is proposed. through evaluating the metaphysics and ethics of ?a?kara and ??ntideva, Todd indicates that the methodologies and goals of those Buddhist and Hindu masters hint remarkably comparable cross-cutting paths. Treating Buddhism and Hinduism with equivalent recognize, this publication compares and reinterprets the Indian fabric with the intention to have interaction with modern Western debates on self and to teach that Indian philosophy is certainly a philosophy of dialogue.
By F. Max Muller
By Peter Khoroche,Herman Tieken
An dependent translation of the Sattasaī (or Seven Hundred), India’s earliest number of lyric poetry, Poems on existence and Love in old India bargains with love in its many points. generally narrated via ladies, the poems show the realm of neighborhood Indian village lifestyles someday among the 3rd and 5th centuries. The Sattasaī bargains a extra practical counterpart to that infamous theoretical treatise on love the Kāmasūtra, which provides a sophisticated and calculating milieu. Translators Peter Khoroche and Herman Tieken introduce the most beneficial properties of the paintings in its personal language and time. for contemporary readers, those brief, self-contained poems are a deal with: the emotions they depict stay affecting and modern whereas delivering a window right into a global lengthy past.
“These self-contained couplets are as horny as they're delicate; they're energetic and playful, depression and haunting, usually very humorous, and continuously startling.” — Lee Siegel, writer of affection in a useless Language
Peter Khoroche is a former lecturer in Sanskrit on the college of London and has formerly translated Ārya Śūra’s Jātakamālā.
Herman Tieken is Assistant Professor of Sanskrit and Tamil on the Kern Institute, college of Leiden, within the Netherlands. He has translated a number of Tamil, Sanskrit, and Prakrit texts into Dutch, together with the Sattasaī and, so much lately, the Kāmasūtra.
By Joshua M. Greene
In 1965, a seventy-year-old man—soon to be referred to as Prabhupada—set sail from India to the USA with a number of books in his bag, pennies in his wallet, and a message of affection in his middle. He landed in manhattan on the top of the innovative counterculture move of the ’60s, and went directly to spark an international religious renaissance that resulted in the construction of the foreign Society for Krishna Consciousness,
which has replaced thousands of lives.
Through the depiction of Prabhupada as either an enlightened luminary and a personable, humorous, and conscientious person, Swami in a wierd Land exhibits why cultural icons reminiscent of George Harrison and Allen Ginsberg integrated Prabhupada’s teachings into their lives, and why thousands extra world wide embarked upon the trail of bhakti yoga in his footsteps.
Carefully researched, skillfully crafted, and terribly intimate, this narrative follows Prabhupada as he rises from an nameless monk to a world-renowned non secular chief. Set in destinations as a ways ranging as distant Himalayan caves and the gilded corridors of Paris’s urban corridor, Swami in an odd Land lines the increase of japanese spirituality within the West—and specifically, the increase of yoga tradition and vegetarianism and the innovations of karma and reincarnation.
A amazing trip into the inner most dimensions of the human event, Swami in a wierd Land indicates how one guy with a dream can switch the world.
By Scott Teitsworth
• unearths the clinical method of own improvement and religious enlightenment specified by Krishna’s recommendation to Arjuna
• exhibits how the Gita prepares you to paintings with a guru, advocating authenticity and skepticism instead of blind devotion and obedience
• Explores Krishna’s suggestion on which societal boundaries to reject to beat your fears and reconnect with the suppressed components of your internal being
Drawing on his greater than forty years of in-depth learn of Indian Philosophy lower than the tutelage of his guru, Nitya Chaitanya Yati, writer Scott Teitsworth explores the clinical method of self-transformation and religious enlightenment encoded in Krishna’s recommendation to Arjuna within the Bhagavad Gita. delivering a verse-by-verse exam of the 1st chapters, he unearths the Gita’s classes to organize the seeker to fulfill and effectively paintings with a guru--whether an outdoor instructor or the intuitive wisdom that arises from overcoming the psyche’s discovered barriers.
The writer indicates that the Gita doesn't recommend blind devotion to a guru or god yet really own improvement, victory over your fears, and liberation of the psyche. He demonstrates how Krishna’s suggestion presents instruments to steer us out of our fear-based studies to reconnect with the suppressed components of our internal being. He explains how Arjuna’s doubts and confusions symbolize the plight of each person--we are born unfastened yet progressively develop into slowed down by means of the calls for of our society, consistently depending on outdoor authority for solutions and disconnected from our actual internal nature. He finds how Krishna’s suggestion deals tips for facing life’s conflicts, which societal boundaries to reject, and the way to work out in the course of the polarizing inspiration of excellent as opposed to evil to shape a balanced mind set stronger to either.
Restoring the fearless imaginative and prescient of the traditional rishis, who, like today’s scientists, prized skepticism as a tremendous strategy for getting access to fact, Teitsworth finds the Gita as a consultant to an real guru-disciple dating in addition to to developing a lifetime of value, freedom, and real sovereign adulthood.