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2 volumes, 2132 pp, 77 Photographs, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, Hardcover, ISBN 978-1-877854-50-7, $475
Since the interpretation is in the light of synthesis of Yoga Vedanta, it would be appropriate to define these two words: Yoga and Vedanta in proper perspective in the spiritual light.
Yoga-chitta-vritti-nirodha - Which means "Yoga is a tranquil state of Consciousness when the waves (vrittis) of the heart (chitta) are eliminated (nirodha)". In other words, when the restless waves of the heart are made tranquil, it is a state of Yoga. The restless thoughts or the confused intellect of the heart and mind is dissolved, and then it is a state of Yoga, Sthirattva, eternal Tranquility, and Peace.
Therefore, Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline; it has nothing to do with physical exercises. In reality, the asana (a posture of the body - seating) is a steadfast condition of the mind which consequently shapes the body posture, and so Yoga has nothing to do with the body. It is directly related with the heart and mind. So where is the scope of doing anything with the body? Its primary intension is to dissolve the mind or the intellect and tranquilize the heart.
Now, the word Vedanta; it can be scanned into two words: Veda which means "knowing" or "knowledge" and anta which means "the end"; therefore, the word Vedanta means "the end of knowing or knowledge."
Thus the combined perspective of Yoga and Vedanta brings the state of eternal Tranquility (Sthirattva) at the end of knowing (realizing the Self); with nothing more left to know as the knowing mind or the intellect itself is dissolved in its very Source, attaining the state of eternal Tranquility (Chira Santi) and then "suddenly becomes eternal Silence (Chira Mouna). …."
The Great Epic of India -
832 Pp, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, Hard Cover,
The Mahabharata - internationally famous, previously published in two volumes (The Stories of the Great Epic – Volume 1 and The Spiritual Interpretation – Volume 2) is released by the Sanskrit Classics, in One Volume.
India's greatest Epic contains the holy book the Bhagavad Gita, which besides being a literary classic, is a supreme treatise on Yoga, philosophy, and the science of human behavior. It is an exhaustive manual of morals and manners which is of the greatest need of the present time.
Its subject matter is eternally applicable for all times in everybody’s life.
The interpretation is in the light of Breath (Kriya – Pranayam) which is the universal ground of all religions.
Synthesis of All Dharma Paths
Sarba Dharma Samanway
1256 Pp, 122 photographs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, Hard Cover,
This landmark publication by the Sanskrit Classics is all you need to grasp the major religious faiths of the world.
The essence of all the major religious faiths is presented in the light of BREATH: Kriya - Pranayam. Here lies the harmony or peace - Eternal Silence...
Eternal Silence includes the following books:
ALL END IN SILENCE ...
168 Pp, 12 photographs, 6 x 9, Paper, ISBN 1-877854-23-9, $15.00
The Holy Bible will never seem the same after reading this book. At last, a perspective that clearly makes sense of verses that many have heard all of their lives and never clearly understood.
This title includes:
Jesus then taught Kriya to his disciples
in his last incarnation, and so the New Testament is a book of Kriya.
Stories of the Great Epic
528 pp, 29 photographs and illustrations, 6 x 9, Paper, ISBN 1-877854-24-7, $20.00
Swamiji Maharaj retells the heart of this vast panoramic epic, which he has loved and studied from childhood, and with which he is quite familiar in its original Sanskrit. How fascinating: The brilliant array of characters from the demonic, through the broad varieties of human, to the Divine. The spread of time, from creation, through multiple incarnations of key figures, to Eternity. What an array of passions, philosophies, advice, story lines, spiritual paths, and more.
With the commentaries of Lahiri Mahasay on the Bhagavad Gita
421 pp, 32 photographs and illustrations, 8 x 11, Paper, ISBN 1-877854-09-3, $20.00
The interpretations of the Kurukshetra War in the light of Kriya, indicating how all of the characters and their actions are actually found within the individual in spiritual practice. Includes much information given by Lahiri Mahasay to his disciples, augmented by the author's explanations.
Interpretations of Sriyukteswar
336 pp, 16 photographs and Illustrations, 6 x 9, Paper, ISBN 1-877854-12-3, $20.00
This book reveals much about the spiritual life of Sriyukteswar.
The author has added valuable insights into the passage of learning from Guru to disciple with his chapters on Sriyukteswar's relationship to his master, Lahiri Mahasay, and, in turn, his relationship to his well-known disciple, Yogananda.
Sriyukteswar published a few copies of the first half of the book in his lifetime. Swami Satyananda found the manuscript for the last nine chapters under Sriyukteswar's pillow on his deathbed.
In the Eye of a Yogi
208 pp, 5 photographs and illustrations, 8 1/2 x 11, Paper, ISBN 1-877854-06-9, $20.00
Substance of Bhagavad Gita by the author
The Holy Quran
are all interpreted in the light of Kriya.
The Path of Dharma
92 pp, 8 photos, 6 x 9, Paper, ISBN 1-877854-20-4, $10.00
Originally written in Pali, the Dhammapada has been widely translated into many international languages. This highly esteemed pre-Christian treatise on Truth is the most famous among all Buddhist texts.
Lord Buddha is one of the "Ten Avatars" of the "Ten Avatar Stotra." The Dhammapada echoes the same teaching of Dharma imparted by Lord Krisna to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita.
Thus the author has included many relevant verses from the Bhagavad Gita making this volume unique reading.