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Triple Yoga
Triple Yoga

Triple Yoga

by Swami Sivananda

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English

Publisher

Divine Life Society

ISBN

8170520096 - Year: 2012 - Pages: 131

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Paperback

Swami Sivananda

Author: Swami Sivananda
Publisher: Divine Life Society
Year: 2012
Language: English
Pages: 131
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170520096

Description

Several works of Sri Swami Sivanandaji on different system of Yoga have already been published. The present publication can be called, in other words, the Yoga of Synthesis; for herein can be found, at a glance short, analytical notes on the systems of Raja Yoga, Bhakti and Vedanta.

It is generally agreed that Karma Yoga forms the preparatory basis for the other three paths. Therefore, a separate section on the same subject has been appended to this book.

The first section is comprised of the primary lessons on Raja Yoga given through the correspondence course of the Yoga-Vedanta Forest University (now Academy).

It should be noted, however, that no system can effect by itself an integral spiritual development of the personality of man. All systems are in fact inter-connected with each other. It is also true that some are very emotional by temperament, some prefer occultism and psycho-analytical investigations, and yet some others appreciate the philosophy of Vedanta more than any other system.

Each one has a particular preference for a particular course of Sadhana, and is at liberty to follow the path suited to his temperament. But if he is to achieve quick progress at all, on his chosen path, it is essential that he must take recourse to the help from the other systems. Triple Yoga, therefore, meets that need - providing the reader with an elementary knowledge of all the important branches of Yoga Sadhana.

Contents

Publishers' Note
Guru Vandana
Shanti Mantras
The Universal Prayer

I. FOURTEEN LESSON ON RAJA YOGA
1. Foreword
2. What Is Yoga?
3. Qualifications of a Yogic Student
4. Yogic Diet
5. Mind and Its Control
6. The Three Gunas
7. Philosophy of Om
8. Yama-Niyama
9. Asana
10. Prana
11. Pranayama
12. Pratyahara
13. Dharana (Concentration)
14. Dhyana (Meditation)
15. Samadhi

II. BHAKTI YOGA AMRITAM
16. Foreword
17. Who Is God?
18. The Nature of the Absolute
19. Who Is a Devotee?
20. Persevere to Attain Him
21. The Worldly-minded
22. Qualification for Moksha
23. Power of Name
24. What Is Bhakti?
25. Mantras for Japa
26. Bhakti Yoga Sadhana
27. How to Propitiate God?
28. Fruits of Bhakti
29. Service of Saints

III. SELF-REALISATION
30. Foreword
31. Nature of Brahman
32. Brahman Exists
33. That Supreme Principle Shines
34. Understand This to be Brahman
35. Nature of the World
36. Bondage and Release
37. Illusion of Duality
38. Slay This Mind
39. Annihilate Egoism
40. Cultivate Dispassion
41. Desire Nothing
42. To the Disciple
43. Special Instructions
44. Who Is a Sage?
45. Sage's Experience
46. Now I Abide in Peace

APPENDIX A
47. Karma Yoga
48. The Doctrine of Karma
49. The Qualifications for a Karma Yogin
50. Bhava in Karma Yoga
51. How to Become a Karma Yogin?

APPENDIX B
52. Categories in Karma Yoga
53. Categories in Bhakti Yoga
54. Categories in Raja Yoga
55. Categories in Hatha Yoga
56. Categories in Vedanta
57. Twenty Hints on Meditation
58. Four Kinds of Meditation
59. Course of Sadhana
60. Resolves for Quick Spiritual Progress
61. Important Resolves
62. Spiritual Diary

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