Item Code: IDF703
Yoga Niketan Trust
Size: 8.7" X 5.5"
Weight of the Book: 505 gms
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Fifth in the series of books an ancient higher yoga by one of the greatest yogis of the 20th century, Shree Yogeshwaranand Parmahans. The unique feature and importance of his works lies in the fact that these are not based merely on a thorough study and complete understanding of the ancient scriptures but more on the knowledge gained directly during his long samadhis which culminated in his realization of soul and God. He has given this subtle science a place in the scientific world, which is far above any other branch of the modern science.
For those who refuse to accept anything in life without a scientific proof, a study of Maharaj Ji's books on realization of soul and God may well prove to be what they need because of the scientific manner in which the subjects has been dealt with.
This book deals with the realization of soul and God by the medium of prana. It explains in detail through evolution of the universe about the genesis of prana, origination of prana in the realm of Mahat the importance of prana in the world, origination of 30 types of pranas in the subtle body, three types of pranas in the casual body and nine types of pranas in the cosmic body and dultimately the most subtle prana and itsmotion in the onmanifest causal prakriti in its balanced state. In addition there is description of the realization of Prakritti and Brahma.
A treatise on higher yoga and invaluable manual for the advanced aspirants and those engaged in the research and Study of higher yoga.
Some day when the top scientists of the western world pay the attention it deserves, to this scblest of subtle science. Maharaj Ji's books will give all the basic material for their research and cause a stir in the world of science. At present these books are helping the keen aspirants everywhere to achieve their ultimate goal of realizing of soul and God.
This book represents the speculative contamplation and the mode of thinking of the author in respect of Brahman the ultimate Mystic Reality. In his peculiar and graceful way. Profoundly rational and persuasive beams of reason have been omni present being. It offer to the enquiring mind logically reasoned conclusions after a thorough examination of many a prevelant doctrinal concept, concerning the universal conscious principle.
About the Author:
He has formerly known as Brahmachari Vyas Dev ji, left his home at a tender age of fourteen in search of knowledge and self-realisation. The young Brahmachari spent the early years of his life in the study of Sanskrit and mastering the scriptural lore. Then he followed the path of ancient rishis of the Himalayas and practiced the most difficult tapasya and yogic Sandhana. While continuing the search of real guru who could lead him to the final goal. He come across a number of ascetics about whom one reads only in the scriptures but his search came to and end only when the met Avadhoot swami Atmanand ji, who had then returned from Tibet.
By Constant and dedicated practice of meditation he experienced various type of Samadhis some of them lasting for several weeks which culminated in his gaining knowledge of self-realisation, origin and dissolution of cosmos and the goal of human existence. The esoteric knowledge which used to pass from guru to disciple through personal relationship and which sometimes required not only a whole lifetime but several lives, has now been set down at the behest of his guru in his books.
|The Real Truth about Brahma||1-5|
|1||First Doctrine: First Section||5-14|
|2||Second Doctrine: Second Section||15-24|
|3||Third Doctrine: Third Section||25-34|
|4||Fourth Doctrine: Fourth Section||35-43|
|5||Fifth Doctrine: Fifth Section||44-51|
|6||Sixth Doctrine: Sixth Section||52-58|
|7||Seventh Doctrine: Seventh Section||59-63|
|8||Eight Doctrine: Eight Section||64-70|
|9||Nineth Doctrine: Nineth Section||70-78|
|10||Tenth Doctrine: Tenth Section||78-88|
|11||Eleventh Doctrine: Eleventh Section||89-100|
|12||Twelfth Doctrine: Twelfth Section||100-113|
|Fifteen generally accepted Doctrine, concerning the Soul, Examined and Discussed|
|List of prevalent Doctrines, concerning the soul||116|
|1||First Doctrine: First Section||117-128|
|2||Second Doctrine: Second Section||129-139|
|3||Third Doctrine: Third Section||140-146|
|4||Fourth Doctrine: Fourth Section||147-151|
|5||Fifth Doctrine: Fifth Section||152-156|
|6||Sixth Doctrine: Sixth Section||156-161|
|7||Seventh Doctrine: Seventh Section||161-169|
|8||Eight Doctrine: Eight Section||169-174|
|9||Nineth Doctrine: Nineth Section||175-180|
|10||Tenth Doctrine: Tenth Section||181-185|
|11||Eleventh Doctrine: Eleventh Section||186-202|
|12||Twelfth Doctrine: Twelfth Section||202-218|
|13||Thirteenth Doctrine: Thirteenth Section||218-229|
|14||Fourteenth Doctrine: Fourteenth Section||229-242|
|15||Fifteenth Doctrine: Fifteenth Section||243-258|
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