Bücher von Swami Sivananda

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Cover: The Bhagavad Gita

The Bhagavad Gita

The Bhagavad Gita has been acclaimed to be the gospel of life. It has been translated into almost all the languages and has drawn the attention of scholars, saints and mystics, the world over. The teachings of the Gita are broad, universal and sublime. They do not belong to any cult, sect, creed, age or country. They are meant for the people of the whole world. Based on the soul-elevating Upanishads — the ancient wisdom of seers and saints — the Gita prescribes methods which are within the reach of all. It has a message of solace, freedom, salvation, perfection and peace for all human beings.

This edition of Bhagavad Gita is translated by Sri Swami Sivananda Saraswati and his commentary is regarded as one of the most authoritative expositions available.

Published by The Divine Life Society, Uttharkand, Himalayas, India; 12th eddition, 2008, 576 pages, hard cover

Cover: Yaja

Yaja

The elaborate ritual of sacrifice, the havan performed in the family, and the surrender of one’s selfish interests, are all forms of yajna and part of the history of humankind. The booklet presents the origins, symbology and present-day practices of yajna.

Published by Sivananda Math, Munger, India; 2007, 104 pages, soft cover

Cover: Seva: The Path of Purification

Seva: The Path of Purification

Seva is the first step on the spiritual path, for without selfless service progress cannot be made. Service is not only helping and doing a good deed, it means reaching out to uplift the stranger and unknown person with a feeling of compassion and the attitude atmabhav, seeing the divine in all.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2001, 40 pages, soft cover

Bhet - An Offering

Bhet: An Offering

Bhet or charitu is the expression of generosity and love. This booklet presents the many ways of giving: a blanket may be needed as much as a smile or a kind word of encouragement. Giving must be unconditional and reach out to one and all.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2001, 28 pages, soft cover

Cover: Devi: Honoring Shakti

Devi: Honoring Shakti

This book brings to light the different concepts and descriptions of Devi, as drawn from the teachings of Swami Sivananda Saraswati and Swami Satyananda Saraswati. The tantric text of Durga Saptashati (in diacritic form) is included. This chant offers prayers and praise to the Divine Mother in the form of Durga.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 219 pages, soft cover

Cover: Upasana: In The Presence of the Divine

Upasana: In The Presence of the Divine

Upasana, or worship, is the ultimate path of sadhana, which leads the aspirant directly to the proximity of the Divine. All aspects of upasana are described, including types and modes of worship, relationships with the divine, use of mantras and symbols, form and formless worship, tree worship, service and yajna. The principles and practices offered here can be used by all aspirants on the spiritual path.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2007, 264 pages, soft cover

Cover: Samarpan: Living the Divine Connection

Samarpan: Living the Divine Connection

This book illuminates every aspect of samarpan, including the transcendental concepts of supreme love, perfect contentment, detachment and equanimity, divine grace and the power of faith in God, the essence of the guru-disciple relationship and the subtle realities facing every devotee treading the path of self-surrender. It is an offering to all spiritual aspirants, a reminder of the grand purpose of human life and an inspiration to attain it.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2008, 218 pages, soft cover

Cover: Samatvam: The Yoga of Equanimity

Samatvam: The Yoga of Equanimity

Samatvam, the yoga of equanimity, means being able to keep the mind steady and balanced in every condition of life. It is the ability to be forever serene, contented, calm and peaceful. The reader is offered the essential yogic techniques to acquire the divine qualities of samatvam: freedom from mental distractions and dissipation, the ability to remain cheerful in adverse conditions, and realization of the ultimate state of peace existing within and around everyone.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2009, 400 pages, soft cover

Cover: Mahasmadhi – Antardhyana

Mahasmadhi – Antardhyana

Samadhi is the transcendental experience of completeness and fullness, devoid of all duality, and the end of all relative existence. It is the culminating point in the spiritual quest and the fulfilment of human destiny. One who has realized Samadhi becomes silent, wise and illuminated, and blessed with eternal contentment and perennial joy. His life is guided by the realization that one Self pervades everyone and everything.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2010, 306 pages, soft cover

Cover: Shakti Avahan

Shakti Avahan: Invocation of the Divine Mother

In January 2012, Swami Niranjananda initiated a new sadhana at Ganga Darshan: the invocation of the Cosmic Goddess in the form of mother Katyayani, the peace-bestowing force. Every morning havan is performed and the ashram reverberates with the sounds of invocatory chants, the thousand names of Ma Katyayani and victory and Protection mantras. The sadhana is a three-year sankalpa for the sannyasa training participants. This volume contains the stotra used in the sadhana and articles by Swami Sivananda, Swami Satyananda and Swami Niranjan which take us closer to the mother principle.

Yoga Publications Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2013, 106 pages, soft cover

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