Paramahamsa Hariharananda's life was one of love and service, completely dedicated to God and masters. Those who came in contact with him in various ways have experienced his boundless love and compassion, his immeasurable depth of wisdom, and his sincere devotion. His beautiful, God-intoxicated life always motivated people to follow the spiritual path.
The memories of his students who had the opportunity to be with him have been compiled in this book, and they reflect his beautiful teachings and reveal his love and kindness. They speak of a towering personality of the spiritual life, who lived among us in an unassuming way.
The ancient technique of Kriya Yoga was rediscovered in the nineteenth century by Lahiri Mahasaya. A husband and father, he nonetheless led an exceptional spiritual life. After being inititated by Mahavatar Babaji, he was instructed by the deathless guru to return to family life and spread this simple and effective technique. One of his disciples, Swami Shriyukteshwarji, was the master of both Paramahamsa Yogananda and Paramahamsa Hariharananda, who spread Kriya Yoga to the West.$10.00 Share
Spiritual practice is an inward journey. A fathomless mine of spiritual wealth lies within the hearts of human beings. Those who worship Truth value what is within and what is without. The endeavor to reconcile the Spirit within and the matter without is a seeker’s perennial effort. Ingrained impressions are the greatest impediment to spiritual progress. Mankind is drawn into a dilemma believing that prana (life force) is the only ingredient of eternal creation. Matter and prana are two products of atma (consciousness absolute). The perception of non-Self is the only human sin. It hides Truth from us. Life after life, through the ages, we live in the world of the dead, deprived of eternal joy and beautiful Truth.
Ritambhara (The Philosophy of Living in Truth) by Acharya Bijoy Krishna is the harvest of the deepest spiritual practice. This book is a must for seekers of Truth. Using the logic of science, Acharya has delved deep and ripped open the mystery that shrouds Truth. Ritambhara is the fundamental science of spirituality. Truth is realized not by dogma or bigotry, but by logic and a scientific approach. “The Oneness of existence” is the conclusion in the Upanishads. By the science of centripetal and centrifugal evolution, the Oneness enjoys His divine play.
Among the countless books that have been written about Lord Jagannath there is sometimes one that stands apart from the rest. Shri Purushottama Rahasya: The Mysticism of Lord Jagannath is such a book. What makes this book unique is that the esteemed author, Baba Chaitanya Charan Das, provides the reader with a clear, comprehensive description of the concepts of Lord Jagannath, as described in the scriptures, and also simplifies some mysterious and difficult to comprehend aspects of the Lord and His residing place, Purushottama Kshestra, which will in turn enhance and strengthen reader’s devotion for the Lord.
Seekers following the path of Lord Jagannath will surely regard this book as an indispensable handbook, a priceless source of inspiration and guidance on the journey towards Truth and Love. However, do not be mistaken; Shri Purushottama Rahasya: The Mysticism of Lord Jagannath is not only for devotees of Lord Jagannath. Spiritual aspirants from all faiths and beliefs will benefit from the deep insights gained by reading this treasured book.
The Invisible Hand is the unusual account of how a stressed out driven entrepreneur has and out-of-the-blue spiritual experience which sets off a series of profound life-changing events. 50% of profits go to charity. For additional information, please visit www.the-invisiblehand.com$20.00 Share
Swami Satyananda Giri was the childhood companion of Paramahamsa Yogananda (author of Autobiography of a Yogi). This book is a brief reflection of the friendship, love, and oneness of these two beautiful souls. Their childhood, youth, adolescence, and adulthood were spent in such close intimacy that reminiscence of only one without the other seems impossible.$12.00 Share
This is a wonderful collection of eight songs, in honor of Gurudev, sung by Swami Atmavidyananda Giri. The songs includes:
1. Namami Sadgurum Shantam - Salutations to Guru
2. Agocharam Priyam Vadam - I Bow to Gurudev
3. Paramahamsa Hariharananda - Prostrations to the Kriya Master
4. Hai Prarthana Gurudev SE - Let this World Be Like Heaven
5. Guruvara Tumhi Bata Do - O Gurudev at Whose Feet Should I Take Refuge?
6. Jay Sadguru Devan Devavaram - Glory to Gurudev
7. Shri Gurumurti Chidananda Jyoti - Guru is Pure Consciousness
8. Arati Shri Sadguru Charanan Ki - Vesper to Gurudev
Music Composed by - Gregory Khabner
Sound and Production - Silas Mera
What does it mean to do sadhana? How and where must it be done? Who is it for? What are the essential qualities that every sadhaka must have?
Many aspire to follow a spiritual path, but there are a select few who have the real desire to go much deeper in their practice. In this book, spiritual luminary Shri Rabinarayan Das Babaji reaches out to those who aspire to turn their total attention to the Divine as well as those who have already embarked on their journey but who perhaps are in need of a little direction.
In this book, the author takes a step-by-step approach to explaining the sadhana path, and does so with the fiery and perfectionist passion that he was so lovingly known for. In doing so, he underlines the nature and the importance of the guru–disciple relationship and why determination, strength, loyalty, and total surrender are essential on the part of the sadhaka.
Shri Rabinarayan Das Babaji (1930–2011) was one of the foremost disciples of Shri Shri Thakur Abhirama Paramahamsa Deva and the founder of Shri Abhiram Trust, Odisha.
The secret of immortality lies within the simple and loving words of the Lord’s Prayer. The deepest truths are often cloaked with a veil of simple ideas and words. Who can fathom the depth of the humble words “Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven”?
More than two millennia ago a disciple asked Lord Jesus how to pray. He responded with the words that are now known as the Lord’s Prayer. One can imagine that Jesus knew this beautiful prayer would not be for only a select few, but would endure for centuries, to be repeated by countless worshippers and seekers, to become one of the most beloved prayers of all times.
Paramahamsa Prajnananandaji’s commentary on the Lord’s Prayer is thought provoking and unique. His deep love for Jesus ignites the flame of love in our hearts. His profound understanding of the Truth reveals the prayer’s underlying spiritual meaning. The reader will undoubtedly quickly discover that beyond the surface of the prayer’s words lies divine treasure. Paramahamsaji helps us see that prayer is much more than reciting beautiful or loving words. He tells us that as seekers on the path we must bring those words to life in our thoughts, words, and actions.
A pesar de los asombrosos avances realizados en la ciencia y la tecnología, hemos avanzado poco hacia el descubrimiento del misterio de la mente humana. ¿Qué es la mente? ¿Cómo influye en nuestras vidas? ¿Podemos realmente controlar nuestra mente y así cambiar la forma en que percibimos el mundo? Si bien a los expertos de hoy en día les puede resultar difícil responder a estas preguntas, aquellos que son maestros de la antigua ciencia del yoga tienen una llave que abre el misterio de la mente.
En este libro, Paramahamsa Prajnanananda nos lleva a un viaje fascinante en nuestra propia mente. Al poseer una aguda percepción de la psique humana, Paramahamsaji tiene la capacidad extraordinaria de tomar este conocimiento complejo y explicarlo de una manera que todos puedan entender fácilmente.