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.
The Songs of Tayumanavar
What I do is what You do. For ever ever is this true. What I am is what You are, none different. This the truth of Vedanta.
The Human Aura
Astral Colors and Thought Forms
Avesta -- Zoroastrian Archives
Avesta, the most ancient scriptures of Zoroastrianism, as well as many Pahlavi scriptures.
Japji Sahib by Guru Nanak Dev
The Japji hymn by Guru Nanak Dev is considered to be the key to Sri Guru Granth Sahib and an epitome of the Sikh
doctrine. It appears as the first poem in Sri Guru Granth Sahib and is repeated by Sikhs in their morning prayers, as well as when preparing Amrit for the Khalsa baptism ceremony.
Concise history of the Sikhs, Ardas is used as the common prayer. It is recited whenever starting or ending any reading of Sri Guru Granth Sahib or any other important task.
Tav-Prasad Savaiye by Guru Gobind Singh
Part of the daily prayers prescribed for Sikhs, the poem Tav-Prasad Savaiye by Guru Gobind Singh is usually read after Japji and Jap in the mornings
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