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The Golden Present Yoga Sutras of Patanjali The Living Gita
A book of daily inspirational readings taken from 25 years of lectures to spiritual seekers, expressed with the simplicity and authority of one who speaks from his own experience. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is the basis of Raja Yoga, the path of concentration and meditation. It is a complete manual for the study and practice of Yoga. This is a book you will read and refer to constantly as you tread the spiritual path. This modern translation and commentary of the Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) makes the deep spiritual truths of India's "timeless classic" available to the Western mind in a fresh, relevant way
A clear, simple discussion of the contribution that a vegetarian diet can make to one's physical and mental well-being. Based on the principles of Integral Yoga living a life that is easeful, peaceful and useful - this book offers a path of inner peace. This classic text tells everything a person needs to know to live a happy and healthy life. This booklet offers the essential practices of the popular Integral Yoga Hatha Class.
Beyond Words
Price: 34.95
Sri Swami Satchidananda gives a remarkably thorough overview of the various techniques of meditation in relatively few pages. A selection of stories and parables taken from the talks given by Sri Swami Satchidananda. Large type and universal themes make this attractive easy-to-read book a family favorite and welcome gift. In this new edition of The Key to Peace, Sri Swami Satchidananda gives the essence of the path of Karma Yoga and the secret to a life of peace and happiness.
Gems of Wisdom
Price: 5.95
Short morsels of wisdom on a variety of subjects including: Right Action, Selfless Service, Marriage and Happiness. Here is a storybook for everyone with lions and kings, rogues and saints, a boy who can stop an elephant, and a milkmaid who can walk on water! Page-long essays on such timely topics as how to have a peaceful life, how to meditate, how to understand suffering and how to be a good parent.
80 page booklet released on the 25th anniversary of Yogaville in 2004. Sri Gurudev details his vision of Yogaville - as a heaven on earth and as a state of mind! Kirtan is the chanting of divine sounds or names. Chanting calms the nerves, purifies the emotions and opens the heart. A collection of hundreds of "jewels from the teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda" short quotes organized by subject and representing many or his seminal teachings.
More than 125 pages of never before seen photos, special features,   and inspiring articles. A poetic song of devotion to the Guru. This booklet contains each of the 98 stanzas This is the story of a remarkable spiritual teacher who has dedicated his life to the service of others.
Bound to be Free
Price: 12.95
A collection of uplifting, moving, amusing and inspiring stories told by students of Sri Swami Satchidananda about their relationships with their spiritual teacher. Bound to be Free: The Liberating Power of Prison Yoga, illustrates how yoga can be and is being used in prisons as a powerful method of prisoner reform and rehabilitation. “You were born with happiness. You were bornwith ease. But because you have done somethingto disturb that ease, you feel dis-eased.Then you become afraid of losing things becauseyour happiness seems to depend on them. -Swami Satchidanada
How can we find peace and joy in the middle ofa chaotic world?First, find your peace within. If you have peace,you have everything; if you lose your peace, you lose everything. One’s whole life is an obstacle course. The moreobstacles that you overcome, the bigger the prize.If you avoid the obstacles, then there is no prize. -Swami Satchidananda This book presents information on the philosophy behind the LOTUS as well as the importance of interfaith cooperation in our world today.
Golden Moments
Price: 5.95
“Don’t waste your time thinking about the past
or worrying about the future. Just be at ease and do the best you can. Be in the golden moment. Contentment is there, peace of mind is there, and tranquility is there.
Take care of today and tomorrow will also be taken care of. You may ask, ‘Shouldn’t I have an ambition?’ Yes, you should have the biggest and the best ambition— to not lose your peace.” - Swami Satchidananda
   
 
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