Dancing with Siva,
A richly illustrated sourcebook of Indian spirituality in question-and-answer form, exploring how to know the Divine, honor all creation and see God everywhere, in everyone. 165 Indian paintings, 600 verses from Hindu holy texts, 40-page timeline of India's history and a 190-page lexicon.
Living with Siva
Living with Siva is a unique daily devotional which guides the aspirant who wishes to take the essential first steps on the spiritual path. This includes systematic principles of self-discipline known in traditional Hinduism as the yamas and niyamas
Merging with Siva
Merging with Siva is all about 'the inside of you.' It is piercing, relevant and magical in its power to change your life by changing the way you look at yourself and your purpose on Earth.
India's rich spirituality begins with Ganesha. Even the most austere yogi starts his inward journey by invoking the God who softens karma and guides dharma.
How to Become a (Better) Hindu
'How to become a Hindu is exactly what the title suggests. This is a clear and precise guide for Born Hindus, seekers who wish to enter Hinduism and for any soul wanting more information on the worlds oldest religion called Hinduism.
Hinduism's Online Lexicon
This is a comprehensive lexicon of over 700+ Hindu words and other words from Dancing with Siva, Hinduism's Contemporary Catechism by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami. It is available here as a public servic
We are very proud that you are interested in brahmachariya, the path to perfection of your instinctive, intellectual and intuitive states of mind. The study of this book will prove to be a big step forward in your spiritual life. Brahmachariya is in the broadest sense the harnessing of the instinctive mind, including the sexual nature.
Holy Orders Of Sannyasa
These are the vows taken by the swamis of our Order. In them you will find the traditional qualifications, ideals, sadhanas and practices of a Hindu sannyasin. It begins with a letter from Gurudeva in which he outlines the noble path of the Hindu renunciate and calls on swamis to live a divine existence.
Hinduism's Contemporary Holy Bible
The Vedas are mankind's oldest scriptures considered by Hindus to be a direct revelation of God. One of the finest translations to the English Language is done by Professor Raimon Pannikar, who now lives in a small mountain village in Spain.
Living legend and international spiritual treasure with followers in over 40 countries, recognized the immense value of the Tirukural in 1949 as a young seeker in Sri Lanka.
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