Early Teachings of Swami Satyananda Saraswati

Early Teachings of Swami Satyananda Saraswati

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Author: Swami Satyananda Saraswati
Publisher: Yoga Publications Trust
Year: 1988/2013
Language: English
Pages: 503
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788185787008


Swami Satyananda Saraswati was bon in a small town near Almora in the foothills of the Himalayas. As a child he showed extraordinary qualities and had his first spiritual experience at the age of six. He was blessed by many sages and sadhus who passed by his home on their way to the higher Himalayan regions. They inspired in him an intense desire to reach the same spiritual heights and invoked in him a strong sense of vairagya which was remarkable for one so young.

At the age of nineteen, he left his family and home to search for his guru. Afer some time, he went to Rishikesh and there he met his spiritual master, Swami Sivananda. During the twelve yeas he spent with his guru, Swami Satyananda plunged himself into karma yoga to such an extent that Swami Sivananda said he did the work of four people. Like an ideal disciple, Swami Satyananda worked form dawn until late at night, involving himself in every kind of work, from cleaning to management of the ashram. Service to guru was his passion and his joy.

In 1968 he went on an extensive world tour popularizing the ancient yogic practices among the people of all castes, creeds, religions and nationalities. Since then, Swami Satyananda has become well-known on every continent and is a leading exponent of yoga and tantra, guiding millions of spiritual seekers and inspiring many ashrams and centers throughout the world. Fro the last twenty yeas he has been dividing his time between overseas tours, Indian tours and residence at Munger.

In 1984 Swami Satyananda founded two independent institutions to function in coordination with the Bihar School, of Yoga, namely Sivananda Math and Yoga Research Foundation.


Satsang on Higher Consciousness
Satsang on Drugs, Rebirth and Marriage
Satsang on Aura and Astrology
Satsang on Death and the Nature of God
Satsang on Education and Anarchy
The Practice of Trataka
Other Forms of Trataka
Satsang on Kali, Kundalini and the Unconscious
Hatha Yoga Notes
Satsang on the Tradition of Kriya Yoga
Japa Yoga
Satsang on the Unrecorded Life of Christ in India
The Stages of Japa
The Effects of Japa
Japa Anushthana
Mantra, Rishi and Devata
Satsang on Samadhi and Psychic Breathing Japa with Mala
Satsang on Japa Yoga
Satsang on thought transmission Prana Vidya
Meditation on Prana
Pranic Healing
Satsang on Prana
Prana Vidya Practice
Satsang on Sanskrit Texts
Antar Trataka and Chidakash Dharana
Satsang on World Brotherhood and Bhakti Yoga
Satsang on Sanskrit and Ethics
Prana Vidya Practice
Satsang on Yoga and Education
Gita: Pilgrimage Towards Liberation
Satsang on Brhmacharya
Esoteric Unterpretaton of the Gita
Satsang on guru/ Disciple Relationship Satsang on the Mind and Meditation
Satsang on Ahimsa and Criminals
Satsang on Gyana Yoga, Kundalini
Satsang on Yoga Therapy in Society
Satsang on Karma and Destiny
Satsang on God and Reality
Satsang on the Subconscious Mind
Satsang on Seclusion
Satsang on Sleep
Lecture Series on Organization