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YOGA: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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About the Author:

Born on the 8th September, 1887, in the illustrious family of Saga Appayya Diskhita and several other renowned saints and savants, Sri Swami Sivananda had a natural flair for a life devoted to the study and practice of Vedanta. Added to this was an inborn eagerness to serve all and an innate feeling of unity with all mankind. His passion for service drew him to the medical career; and soon he gravitated to where he thought that his service was most needed. Malaya claimed him. He had earlier been editing a Health Journal and wrote extensively on health problems. He discovered that people needed right knowledge most of all; dissemination of that knowledge he espoused as his own mission. It was divine dispensation and the blessing of God upon mankind that the doctor of body and mind renounced his career and took to a life of renunciation to qualify himself for ministering to the soul of man. He settled down at Rishikesh in 1924, practiced intense austerities and shone as a great Yogi, Saint, Sage and Jivanmukta. In 1932 he started the Sivanandashram. In 1936 was born The Divine Life Society. In 1948 the Yoga-Vedanta Forest Academy was organized. Dissemination of spiritual knowledge and training of people in Yoga and Vedanta were their aim and object. In 1950 he undertook a lightning tour of India and Ceylon. In 1953 he convened a 'World Parliament Reliogions'. He is the author of over 300 volumes and has disciples all over the world, belonging to all nationalities, religions and creeds. To read his works is to drink at the fountain of Wisdom Supreme. On 14th July, 1963 he entered Mahasamadhi.

Publishers' Note:

This is an age in which all disciples cannot sit at the feet of a Guru in obedience to the Gita-teaching: Tad-viddhi pranipatena pariprasnena sevaya.

Specially so in the case of a World-Guru like Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj who has disciples all over the world. They have all their own ways of prostrating to him, doing total self-surrender unto hi, 'questioning him on matters pertaining to Yoga-practice and Vedantic philosophy, and serving him. They have his picture in their meditation-chamber; and as it is aglow with spiritual light, they prostrate to it. Sri Swamiji is easily accessible to them by post and the aspirants get his guidance and he clears their doubts and leads them on the path. And, they take upon themselves the sacred task of serving Sri Swamiji's mission in every way they can-by dissemination of spiritual knowledge, by broadcasting his message, by helping the parent institution (the Divine Life Society, etc. Thus they fulfil the three-fold injunction of the Gita.

The questions asked by the average aspirant and Sri Swamiji's answers to them have been arranged nicely and published in this volume for the benefit of all spiritual aspirants. 22nd December 1957 THE DIVINE LIFE SOCIETY

CONTENTS

Chapter 1
PROBLEMS OF SADHANA
1. DISCRIMINATION, INTROSPECTION, SELF-ANALYSIS3
2.DISPASSION AND CONTINUOUS PRACTICE4
3. METHODS OF MENTAL PURIFICATION4
4. SUCCESS IN MEDITATION5
5. SPIRITUAL GROWTH AND THE PURPOSE OF RELIGION6
6. A SAINT AND A YOGI6
7. PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE AND HATRED7
8. CONQUEST OF ANGER AND COSMIC LOVE7
9. PROBLEMS OF SEX-ENERGY8
10. CELIBACY AND GOD-REALISATION9
Chapter 2
STATES OF SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE
1. SAHAJA SAMADHI AND NIRVIKALPA SAMADHI11
2. ENTRY INTO THE BEYOND12
3. THE AROMA OF SAHAJA AVASTHA13
4. CHITTA SHUDDHI FOR SAMADHI13
5. EXPERIENCES IN SAMADHI13
6. CONTEMPLATION AND SUPERCONSCIOUS EXPERIENCE14
7. EXPERIENCES AND MYSTICS15
Chapter 3
PROBLEMS OF SELF-REALISATION
1. PRACTICAL METHOD OF SELF-RELISATION16
2. THE IDEA OF GOD-REALISATION17
3. THE MEANING OF SALVATION18
4. NEED FOR SALVATION18
5. PRE-REQUISITES OF REALISATION18
6. CONCEPT OF THE SUPERCONSCIOUS19
Chapter 4
QUESTIONS IN HATHA YOGIC SADHANA
1. HATHA YOGA AND RAJA YOGA20
2. PRANAYAMA AND KUNDALINI SHAKTI20
3. KHECHARI MUDRA AND PRANAYAMA21
4. HATHA YOGA AND A REALISED GURU21
Chapter 5
QUESTIONS IN RAJA YOGIC SADHANA
1. YOGA AND THE LIFE DIVINE23
2. THOUGHT AS POWER24
3. INTUITION AS EYE OF WISDOM24
4. MIND AND SOUL25
5. THE DISTRACTIONS25
6. THE UNIVERSALISED MIND26
7. EASY PATH TO CONCENTRATION26
8. CHITTA SHUDDHI AND SOUL26
9. BENEFITS OF MEDITATION IN BRAHMAMUHURTA27
10. WORLDLY THOUGHTS AND MEDITATION27
11. ENTRY INTO SAMADHI27
12. LORD HARI AND OBJECT OF CONCENTRATION28
Chapter 6
QUESTIONS IN BHAKTI YOGA SADHANA
1. THE GREATNESS OF NAME29
2. MAHAMANTRA AND BHAKTI29
3. LORD HARI AND THE BHAKTAS30
4. THE TWO ARCH-ENEMIES OF BHAKTI31
5. THE EIGHT SIGNS OF BHAKTI31
6. THE FIVE REQUISITIES31
7. BHAKTI AND JNANA32
8. PARA AND APARA BHAKTI33
9. SAKAMYA AND NISHKAMYA BHAKTI33
10. NAVAVIDHA BHAKTI34
11. NUANCES OF DIVINE LOVE34
12. THE FIVE FORMS OF WORSHIP34
13.FOUR DEGREES OF BHAKTI AND FOUR KIND OF MUKTI35
14. THE PRACTICE OF BHAKTI YOGA35
15. THE ESSENTIAL QUALITIES OF A BHAKTA36
16. EASY PATH TO SELF-REALISATION36
17. DEFINITION OF FAITH AND DEVELOPMENT OF DEVOTION37
Chapter 7
QUESTIONS IN JAPA YOGA SADHANA
1. JAPA AND DHYANA38
2. JAPA AND MOKSHA38
3. THE SCIENCE OF MANTRA REPETITION38
4. DOUBT'S IN JAPA YOGA SADHANA40
5. THE MANTRA AND ITS MEANING42
6. EXPERIENCE IN MANTRA SADHANA42
7. ORAL AND MENTAL JAPA42
8. SELFLESS SERVICE AND JAPA43
9. THE SAGUNA-NIRGUNA MANTRA44
Chapter 8
QUESTIONS IN VEDANTIC SADHANA
1. THE INFINITE AND THE VEIL OF IGNORANCE45
2. THE NATURE OF THE ATMAN45
3. THE ADVAITA PHILOSOPHY46
4. DEHADHYASA AND THE ADHIKARI46
5. RENUNCIATION AND UNREALITY OF THE WORLD46
6. THE PROBLEM OF IGNORANCE47
7. THE MYSTERY OF EMBODIMENT48
8. ATMAN AND PARAMATMAN49
9. BRAHMAN: ITS DEFITION AND ITS KNOWLEDGE51
10. SOME TECHNICALITIES IN VEDANTA52
11. VEDANTA: ITS FOURFOLD THEME
12. THE PREPARATORY DISCIPLINES54
13. VAIRAGYA AND JAHAD-AJAHAD LAKSHANA54
14. DUHKHAPARAMPARA AND THE FOURFOLD
PROCESS OF REALISATION55
15. SHAD LINGAS AND THE TWO TANTRAS56
16. VIDYA AND AVIDYA56
17. THE TWO VAADAS AND THE NATURE OF MOKSHA58
18. THE FOUR GREAT DECLARATIONS AND
THE SEVEN PLANES OF SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS58
Chapter 9
SOME PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLESM
1. EPISTEMOLOGY: EASTERN AND WESTERN60
2. THE ESSENTIALS OF EXISTENTIALISM60
3. PHILOSOPHY61
4. THE METHOD OF INTUITION61
5. THE QUALITY OF MIND: A DEFINITION62
6. EXPRESSION OF THE INFINITE62
7. TRUTH AND FREEDOM62
Chapter 10
THE UNIVERSE, MAN, AND GOD
1. EVOLUTION ON THE UNIVERSE64
2. THE UNIVERSE AND ITS CREATOR65
3. GOD AND MAN66
4. EXISTENCE, NATURE, WORSHIP OF GOD67
5. GOD AND MORAL PHENOMENON69
Chapter 11
PROBLEMS OF LIFE
1. GOAL OF LIFE AND LIFE AND DEATH72
2. LIFE AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL74
3. LIFE AND LIBERATION74
Chapter 12
ART AND MORAL LIFE
1. ART AND TALENT76
2.GREATNESS AND GOODNESS76
3. COWARDICE, NON-VIOLENCE, HAPPINESS77
4. PHYSICAL LOVE AND GOODLUCK78
5. ACTIONS: GOOD AND BAD78
6. PHILOSOPHER'S CONCEPTION OF MORALITY79
Chapter 13
THE ESCHATOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
1. DEATH AND THE FACT OF LOWER BIRTHS80
2. PAST LIFE AND THE POPULATION PROBLEM80
3. HEAVEN AND HELL81
4. THE CLASH OF DOCTRINES82
5. KNOWLEDGE OF PREVIOUS BIRTHS82
6. REBIRTH AND GOD-REALISATION83
Chapter 14
THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS
1. CINEMA AND PUBLIC MORALS85
2. THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE85
3. WOMEN AS YOGINIS86
4. DIVINITY OF MOTHERHOOD AND POLYGAMY86
5. LITERARY CRITICISM AND REACTIONARY TRENDS87
6. CASTE SYSTEM AND SOCIAL LAWS88
Chapter 15
THE HINDU, KARMA AND RELIGIOUS LIFE
1. HINDU AND THE HINDU SCRIPTURES89
2. MASTERY OVER KARMA90
3. SPIRITUAL HUNGER AND ENLIGHTENMENT91
4. EVOLUTION AND THE LAW OF KARMA92
5. DESTINY, HARD FATE, SELF-EFFORT93
6. FAITH, PRAYER, RELIGION93
7. GOD, IDOL WORSHIP, SPIRITUAL EVOLUTION94
Chapter 16
THE GURU, AVATAR AND THE SUPRAMENTAL RACE
1. THE NEED FOR SPIRITUAL GUIDE97
2. THE ATTAINMENTS OF A GURU98
3. THE MASTER AND THE DISCIPLE99
4. THE PROBLEM OF TWO GUIDES100
5. POWERS OF A PERFECT MASTER102
6. THE QUESTION OF AVATARHOOD104
7. OCCULT POWERS AND THE PERFECT MASTER105
8. COMMUNICATION OF GODS WITH MEN106
9. THE SUPRAMENTAL RACE107
Chapter 17
PROBLEMS OF INTERNATIONAL HARMONY
1. WORLD STATE AND WORLD PEACE108
2. WORLD-WARS109
3. UNIVERSAL LOVE AND UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD109
4. SPIRITUAL FOUNDATIONS FOR WORLD-UNITY110
5. DIVINE LIFE AND WORLD SOLIDARITY111
Chapter 18
SIVANANDA YOGA-PRASHNOTTARI
1. THE SELF OF DELIGHT AND ITS ENEMIES113
2. THE BEST AND THE WORST113
3. THE STRONG, THE WEAK, THE HAPPY114
4. THE SPIRITUAL STANDARDS115
5. EVALUATION OF PERSONAL THOUGHT, NATURE, ACTION115

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Born on the 8th September, 1887, in the illustrious family of Saga Appayya Diskhita and several other renowned saints and savants, Sri Swami Sivananda had a natural flair for a life devoted to the study and practice of Vedanta. Added to this was an inborn eagerness to serve all and an innate feeling of unity with all mankind. His passion for service drew him to the medical career; and soon he gravitated to where he thought that his service was most needed. Malaya claimed him. He had earlier been editing a Health Journal and wrote extensively on health problems. He discovered that people needed right knowledge most of all; dissemination of that knowledge he espoused as his own mission. It was divine dispensation and the blessing of God upon mankind that the doctor of body and mind renounced his career and took to a life of renunciation to qualify himself for ministering to the soul of man. He settled down at Rishikesh in 1924, practiced intense austerities and shone as a great Yogi, Saint, Sage and Jivanmukta. In 1932 he started the Sivanandashram. In 1936 was born The Divine Life Society. In 1948 the Yoga-Vedanta Forest Academy was organized. Dissemination of spiritual knowledge and training of people in Yoga and Vedanta were their aim and object. In 1950 he undertook a lightning tour of India and Ceylon. In 1953 he convened a 'World Parliament Reliogions'. He is the author of over 300 volumes and has disciples all over the world, belonging to all nationalities, religions and creeds. To read his works is to drink at the fountain of Wisdom Supreme. On 14th July, 1963 he entered Mahasamadhi.

Publishers' Note:

This is an age in which all disciples cannot sit at the feet of a Guru in obedience to the Gita-teaching: Tad-viddhi pranipatena pariprasnena sevaya.

Specially so in the case of a World-Guru like Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj who has disciples all over the world. They have all their own ways of prostrating to him, doing total self-surrender unto hi, 'questioning him on matters pertaining to Yoga-practice and Vedantic philosophy, and serving him. They have his picture in their meditation-chamber; and as it is aglow with spiritual light, they prostrate to it. Sri Swamiji is easily accessible to them by post and the aspirants get his guidance and he clears their doubts and leads them on the path. And, they take upon themselves the sacred task of serving Sri Swamiji's mission in every way they can-by dissemination of spiritual knowledge, by broadcasting his message, by helping the parent institution (the Divine Life Society, etc. Thus they fulfil the three-fold injunction of the Gita.

The questions asked by the average aspirant and Sri Swamiji's answers to them have been arranged nicely and published in this volume for the benefit of all spiritual aspirants. 22nd December 1957 THE DIVINE LIFE SOCIETY

CONTENTS

Chapter 1
PROBLEMS OF SADHANA
1. DISCRIMINATION, INTROSPECTION, SELF-ANALYSIS3
2.DISPASSION AND CONTINUOUS PRACTICE4
3. METHODS OF MENTAL PURIFICATION4
4. SUCCESS IN MEDITATION5
5. SPIRITUAL GROWTH AND THE PURPOSE OF RELIGION6
6. A SAINT AND A YOGI6
7. PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE AND HATRED7
8. CONQUEST OF ANGER AND COSMIC LOVE7
9. PROBLEMS OF SEX-ENERGY8
10. CELIBACY AND GOD-REALISATION9
Chapter 2
STATES OF SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE
1. SAHAJA SAMADHI AND NIRVIKALPA SAMADHI11
2. ENTRY INTO THE BEYOND12
3. THE AROMA OF SAHAJA AVASTHA13
4. CHITTA SHUDDHI FOR SAMADHI13
5. EXPERIENCES IN SAMADHI13
6. CONTEMPLATION AND SUPERCONSCIOUS EXPERIENCE14
7. EXPERIENCES AND MYSTICS15
Chapter 3
PROBLEMS OF SELF-REALISATION
1. PRACTICAL METHOD OF SELF-RELISATION16
2. THE IDEA OF GOD-REALISATION17
3. THE MEANING OF SALVATION18
4. NEED FOR SALVATION18
5. PRE-REQUISITES OF REALISATION18
6. CONCEPT OF THE SUPERCONSCIOUS19
Chapter 4
QUESTIONS IN HATHA YOGIC SADHANA
1. HATHA YOGA AND RAJA YOGA20
2. PRANAYAMA AND KUNDALINI SHAKTI20
3. KHECHARI MUDRA AND PRANAYAMA21
4. HATHA YOGA AND A REALISED GURU21
Chapter 5
QUESTIONS IN RAJA YOGIC SADHANA
1. YOGA AND THE LIFE DIVINE23
2. THOUGHT AS POWER24
3. INTUITION AS EYE OF WISDOM24
4. MIND AND SOUL25
5. THE DISTRACTIONS25
6. THE UNIVERSALISED MIND26
7. EASY PATH TO CONCENTRATION26
8. CHITTA SHUDDHI AND SOUL26
9. BENEFITS OF MEDITATION IN BRAHMAMUHURTA27
10. WORLDLY THOUGHTS AND MEDITATION27
11. ENTRY INTO SAMADHI27
12. LORD HARI AND OBJECT OF CONCENTRATION28
Chapter 6
QUESTIONS IN BHAKTI YOGA SADHANA
1. THE GREATNESS OF NAME29
2. MAHAMANTRA AND BHAKTI29
3. LORD HARI AND THE BHAKTAS30
4. THE TWO ARCH-ENEMIES OF BHAKTI31
5. THE EIGHT SIGNS OF BHAKTI31
6. THE FIVE REQUISITIES31
7. BHAKTI AND JNANA32
8. PARA AND APARA BHAKTI33
9. SAKAMYA AND NISHKAMYA BHAKTI33
10. NAVAVIDHA BHAKTI34
11. NUANCES OF DIVINE LOVE34
12. THE FIVE FORMS OF WORSHIP34
13.FOUR DEGREES OF BHAKTI AND FOUR KIND OF MUKTI35
14. THE PRACTICE OF BHAKTI YOGA35
15. THE ESSENTIAL QUALITIES OF A BHAKTA36
16. EASY PATH TO SELF-REALISATION36
17. DEFINITION OF FAITH AND DEVELOPMENT OF DEVOTION37
Chapter 7
QUESTIONS IN JAPA YOGA SADHANA
1. JAPA AND DHYANA38
2. JAPA AND MOKSHA38
3. THE SCIENCE OF MANTRA REPETITION38
4. DOUBT'S IN JAPA YOGA SADHANA40
5. THE MANTRA AND ITS MEANING42
6. EXPERIENCE IN MANTRA SADHANA42
7. ORAL AND MENTAL JAPA42
8. SELFLESS SERVICE AND JAPA43
9. THE SAGUNA-NIRGUNA MANTRA44
Chapter 8
QUESTIONS IN VEDANTIC SADHANA
1. THE INFINITE AND THE VEIL OF IGNORANCE45
2. THE NATURE OF THE ATMAN45
3. THE ADVAITA PHILOSOPHY46
4. DEHADHYASA AND THE ADHIKARI46
5. RENUNCIATION AND UNREALITY OF THE WORLD46
6. THE PROBLEM OF IGNORANCE47
7. THE MYSTERY OF EMBODIMENT48
8. ATMAN AND PARAMATMAN49
9. BRAHMAN: ITS DEFITION AND ITS KNOWLEDGE51
10. SOME TECHNICALITIES IN VEDANTA52
11. VEDANTA: ITS FOURFOLD THEME
12. THE PREPARATORY DISCIPLINES54
13. VAIRAGYA AND JAHAD-AJAHAD LAKSHANA54
14. DUHKHAPARAMPARA AND THE FOURFOLD
PROCESS OF REALISATION55
15. SHAD LINGAS AND THE TWO TANTRAS56
16. VIDYA AND AVIDYA56
17. THE TWO VAADAS AND THE NATURE OF MOKSHA58
18. THE FOUR GREAT DECLARATIONS AND
THE SEVEN PLANES OF SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS58
Chapter 9
SOME PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLESM
1. EPISTEMOLOGY: EASTERN AND WESTERN60
2. THE ESSENTIALS OF EXISTENTIALISM60
3. PHILOSOPHY61
4. THE METHOD OF INTUITION61
5. THE QUALITY OF MIND: A DEFINITION62
6. EXPRESSION OF THE INFINITE62
7. TRUTH AND FREEDOM62
Chapter 10
THE UNIVERSE, MAN, AND GOD
1. EVOLUTION ON THE UNIVERSE64
2. THE UNIVERSE AND ITS CREATOR65
3. GOD AND MAN66
4. EXISTENCE, NATURE, WORSHIP OF GOD67
5. GOD AND MORAL PHENOMENON69
Chapter 11
PROBLEMS OF LIFE
1. GOAL OF LIFE AND LIFE AND DEATH72
2. LIFE AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL74
3. LIFE AND LIBERATION74
Chapter 12
ART AND MORAL LIFE
1. ART AND TALENT76
2.GREATNESS AND GOODNESS76
3. COWARDICE, NON-VIOLENCE, HAPPINESS77
4. PHYSICAL LOVE AND GOODLUCK78
5. ACTIONS: GOOD AND BAD78
6. PHILOSOPHER'S CONCEPTION OF MORALITY79
Chapter 13
THE ESCHATOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
1. DEATH AND THE FACT OF LOWER BIRTHS80
2. PAST LIFE AND THE POPULATION PROBLEM80
3. HEAVEN AND HELL81
4. THE CLASH OF DOCTRINES82
5. KNOWLEDGE OF PREVIOUS BIRTHS82
6. REBIRTH AND GOD-REALISATION83
Chapter 14
THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS
1. CINEMA AND PUBLIC MORALS85
2. THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE85
3. WOMEN AS YOGINIS86
4. DIVINITY OF MOTHERHOOD AND POLYGAMY86
5. LITERARY CRITICISM AND REACTIONARY TRENDS87
6. CASTE SYSTEM AND SOCIAL LAWS88
Chapter 15
THE HINDU, KARMA AND RELIGIOUS LIFE
1. HINDU AND THE HINDU SCRIPTURES89
2. MASTERY OVER KARMA90
3. SPIRITUAL HUNGER AND ENLIGHTENMENT91
4. EVOLUTION AND THE LAW OF KARMA92
5. DESTINY, HARD FATE, SELF-EFFORT93
6. FAITH, PRAYER, RELIGION93
7. GOD, IDOL WORSHIP, SPIRITUAL EVOLUTION94
Chapter 16
THE GURU, AVATAR AND THE SUPRAMENTAL RACE
1. THE NEED FOR SPIRITUAL GUIDE97
2. THE ATTAINMENTS OF A GURU98
3. THE MASTER AND THE DISCIPLE99
4. THE PROBLEM OF TWO GUIDES100
5. POWERS OF A PERFECT MASTER102
6. THE QUESTION OF AVATARHOOD104
7. OCCULT POWERS AND THE PERFECT MASTER105
8. COMMUNICATION OF GODS WITH MEN106
9. THE SUPRAMENTAL RACE107
Chapter 17
PROBLEMS OF INTERNATIONAL HARMONY
1. WORLD STATE AND WORLD PEACE108
2. WORLD-WARS109
3. UNIVERSAL LOVE AND UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD109
4. SPIRITUAL FOUNDATIONS FOR WORLD-UNITY110
5. DIVINE LIFE AND WORLD SOLIDARITY111
Chapter 18
SIVANANDA YOGA-PRASHNOTTARI
1. THE SELF OF DELIGHT AND ITS ENEMIES113
2. THE BEST AND THE WORST113
3. THE STRONG, THE WEAK, THE HAPPY114
4. THE SPIRITUAL STANDARDS115
5. EVALUATION OF PERSONAL THOUGHT, NATURE, ACTION115

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