Guru Bhakti Yoga

Guru Bhakti Yoga

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Author: Swami Sivananda
Publisher: Divine Life Society
Year: 2004
Language: English
Pages: 175
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170521688


The highest Guru is god Himself who reveals Himself in manifold forms through nature. The universe in which we live is a great teacher of the lessons of life. Every event that occurs before our eyes present itself before us as a deep lesson with deep significance in it, if only we would be alive to the manner in which Nature works. The Universe is the body of god, and it operates in a very mysterious way embracing within its processes the whole gamut of experience, internal as well as external, subjective as well as objective. All that we sense, feel or understand is meant to bring about in us the necessary transformation required in our evolution towards the Supreme Being.

The qualification for taking to this yoga is the simple trio of sincerity faith and obedience. Be sincere in your aspirations for Perfection. Be not vague or half-hearted. Then have perfect faith in the one you have accepted as your guru. Do not allow even so much as a shadow of doubt to approach you. When once you have reposed absolute faith in him, then know that what he instructs you is indeed for your highest good. Therefore, obey his word implicitly. Follow his teachings to the letter. Be earnest in doing thus, and take my word: you will attain Perfection; I assure you emphatically.


1. Guru-Bhakti Yoga
2. Guru and disciple
3. The Development of Guru-Bhakti
4. Cultivation of Guru-Bhakti
5. Greatness of guru
6. Practice of Guru-Bhakti
7. True Guide of the Seeker
8. Cardinal Notes on Guru-Bhakti
9. Bases of Guru-Bhakti
10. The Structure of Guru-Bhakti

Guru Purnima Messages
Guru and Diksha (Initiation)
Limbs of Guru-Bhakti
Poems on Guru
Reflections on Guru-Bhakti
Guru-Bhakti in the Bhagavad-Gita
Guru Tattva
Four Classes of Men
The preceptor and the Disciple
How to Obtain Guru-Kripa
Worship of the divine
All About Guru
Mantras for Japa or Meditation