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The New Path

Author : Swami Kriyananda
ISBN : 1565892429
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Mind, body, spirit.
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The Path

Author : Swami Kriyananda
ISBN : 1565897331
Genre : Religion
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The true saga of one man's search for truth, and the four years he lived and worked with one of the spiritual giants of our times, Paramhansa Yoganandad. With over 400 rare stories and sayings from the great Master.
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Paramhansa Yogananda

Author : Swami Kriyananda
ISBN : 156589264X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Chronicles the life and career of Paramhansa Yogananda, a masterful guru from India and outlines the his key teachings.
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Two Souls Four Lives

Author : Catherine Van Houten
ISBN : 1565892445
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Is it possible that two of the greatest men of the Norman Conquest--William the Conqueror and his son, Henry I of England--have recently reincarnated as Paramhansa Yogananda (spiritual master and author of the classic Autobiography of a Yogi) and his close disciple, Swami Kriyananda-and if so, what are the subtle connections between the Norman Conquest and modern times? How will these past lives influence our future?
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The Autobiography Of A Yogi

Author : Paramhansa Yogananda
ISBN : 9789385975325
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Autobiography of Yogi The book is of Paramahansa Yogananda's remarkable life story that opens our minds to the joys, the boundless beauty and the unending possibilities of every living being. The book narrates about the world of Yogis and Saints, Science and miracles, death and rebirth. Also, reveals the deepest secrets of life and of this world. It emphasizes the value of KRIYA YOGA, and a life of self-respect, calmness, determination, simple diet, and regular exercise. A complete study of the science of Kriya Yoga, which is a simple, psychophysiological method by which the human blood is decarbonized and recharged with oxygen. It helps the people to nurture their spiritual growth and awaken to Self and God-realization. "A book that opens windows of the mind and spirit." - India Journal
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Conversations With Yogananda

Author : J. Donald Walters
ISBN : 156589202X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Lost Freedom addresses the widespread feeling that there has been a fundamental change in the social life of children in recent decades: the loss of childhood freedom, and in particular, the loss of freedom to roam beyond the safety of home. Mathew Thomson explores this phenomenon,concentrating on the period from the Second World War until the 1970s, and considering the roles of psychological theory, traffic, safety consciousness, anxiety about sexual danger, and television in the erosion of freedom.Thomson argues that the Second World War has an important place in this story, with war-borne anxieties encouraging an emphasis on the central importance of a landscape of home. War also encouraged the development of specially designed spaces for the cultivation of the child, including the adventureplayground, and the virtual landscape of children's television. However, before the 1970s, British children still had much more physical freedom than they do today. Lost Freedom explores why this situation has changed. The volume pays particular attention to the 1970s as a period of transition, andone which saw radical visions of child liberation, but with anxieties about child protection also escalating in response. This is strikingly demonstrated in the story of how the paedophile emerged as a figure of major public concern. Thomson argues that this crisis of concern over child freedom isindicative of some of the broader problems of the social settlements that had been forged out of the Second World War.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Life Of Yogananda

Author : Philip Goldberg
ISBN : 9781401952198
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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He was called “the 20th century’s first superstar guru” (Los Angeles Times), and today, nearly a century after he arrived in the United States, he’s still the best known and most beloved of all the Indian spiritual teachers who have come to the West. Now, finally, Paramahansa Yogananda has the authoritative biography he deserves. Yogananda, considered by many to be the father of modern yoga, has had an unsurpassed global impact thanks to the durability of his teachings, the institutions he created or inspired, and especially his iconic memoir, Autobiography of a Yogi. Since its publication in 1946, that book has sold millions of copies and changed millions of lives. But it doesn’t tell the whole story. Much of Yogananda’s seminal text is devoted to tales about other people, and it largely overlooks the three vital decades he spent living, working, and teaching in America. Huge chunks of his life —challenges, controversies, and crises; triumphs, relationships, and formative experiences —remain unknown to even his most ardent devotees. In this captivating biography, scholar and teacher Philip Goldberg fills the gaps, charting a journey that spanned six decades, two hemispheres, two world wars, and unprecedented social changes. The result is an objective, thoroughly researched account of Yogananda’s remarkable life in all its detail, nuance, and complex humanity. But this is more than a compelling life story. “Yogananda would, I believe, want any book about him to not only inform but transform,” Goldberg writes. “It is my hope that readers will be enriched, expanded, and deepened by this humble offering.” That is sure to be the case for both Yogananda enthusiasts and those who discover him for the first time in these illuminating pages.
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Autobiography Of A Yogi Bulgarian

Author : Paramahansa Yogananda
ISBN : 0876122454
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Selected as "One of the 100 Best Spiritual Books of the 20th Century," Yogananda's Autobiography of a Yogi has been translated into over 33 languages, and is regarded worldwide as a spiritual classic. It reads like an adventure story while answering questions about religion, God, existence, yoga, higher consciousness, and the challenges of daily spiritual living.
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Education For Life

Author : J. Donald Walters
ISBN : 1565897404
Genre : Education
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Offers a constructive alternative to modern education by explaining how to help children grow toward full maturity through the emphasis of spritual values. This book is the basis for the Education for Life (EFL) schools and the EFL Foundation, which encourages educators and parents to see children through their soul qualities and trains them to teach innovative principles for better living.
Category: Education