SWAMI KRIYANANDA AS WE HAVE KNOWN HIM

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Swami Kriyananda

Author : Asha Praver
ISBN : 1565892208
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The greatness of a spiritual teacher is only partially revealed by the work of his own hands. The rest of the story is one he cannot tell for himself. It is the influence of his consciousness on those who come in contact with him. Here, in some two hundred stories spanning more than forty years, personal reminiscences and private moments with this master teacher become universal life lessons for us all.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Let Me Remember This

Author : Surendra James Conti
ISBN : 9781480956032
Genre : Philosophy
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Let Me Remember This By: Surendra James Conti Practical in its wisdom, provocative in its perspective, and generously infused with humor and heart, Let Me Remember This is a collection of insightful essays that probe the mysteries of who we are, why we are here, and what we can do to set ourselves free. This book is a journey of self-discovery for the writer and the reader alike, a journey beyond form, into the vast consciousness of all that is. Unique though we are, our quest is the same: to realize our highest divine potential. These essays invite us to see our way to that summit. Ultimately, it is less about learning anything new and more about remembering what we’ve forgotten: we are being of light, divinely endowed. Joy awaits within. “This is a gem of a book that scintillates with warmth and wisdom. Gleaned from decades of spiritual practice, it offers reflections, philosophical musings, life stories, and insights to edify, amuse and awaken us.” -Dana Lynne Anderson, Founder and Director, Awakening Arts Academy “Reading Let Me Remember This is like having an inspiring and captivating conversation with a close friend. Highly recommended reading.” - Bill Grady, author, Beacons of Light
Category: Philosophy

Reflections On Living

Author : Sara Cryer
ISBN : 1565890981
Genre : Religion
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Invites you to enter the lives of the people who helped to shape the evolution of one of America's foremost spiritual communities. Filled with accounts of the hardships and triumphs of the early days, as well as the clarity, humor, and humility developed in their dedication to living the teachings of yoga.
Category: Religion

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

A Place Called Ananda

Author : J. Donald Walters
ISBN : 1565891589
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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True story of the trial by fire that forged one of the most successful cooperative communities today. With photographs.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

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.
Category: Religion

Loved And Protected

Author : Asha Praver
ISBN : 1565892755
Genre : Religion
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Shares uplifting accounts of miraculous interventions, offering suggestions for forging a more trusting relationship with God while describing the experiences of people who believe they have been divinely assisted during times of danger, illness and important decision-making. Original.
Category: Religion

Ask Asha

Author : Asha Praver
ISBN : 1565892909
Genre : Religion
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Sorrow and stress are universal, but difficult situations can also be opportunities. To find the hidden blessings within the various situations of life, you need faith, trust . . . and sometimes, a wise friend to talk to. To many spiritual seekers, that person is Asha. Based on letters to questing souls, this book showcases the clarity, compassion, and inspiration of Asha Praver. Her responses will astound you with their universality and practical wisdom. Here is an example of the practical wisdom in the pages of Ask Asha: "It doesn't matter how far you are from where you aspire to be. The only way to get there is right from where you presently stand." "Experience is the best, in fact, the only true teacher."
Category: Religion

Intuition For Starters

Author : J. Donald Walters
ISBN : 1565891554
Genre : Self-Help
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Learn to see behind the material form of things and awaken your intuitive gifts. Covers your intuition's database, removing blocks to intuition, attuning to higher guidance, and much more.
Category: Self-Help

Chakras For Starters

Author : Savitri Simpson
ISBN : 1565891562
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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An easy-to-follow guide to the astral spine's seven spinning energy centers. Learn inner techniques for directing prana flow for maximum benefit, and much more.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit