I AM THAT MUKTANANDA PDF
Full text of “I Am Tha Science Of Hamsa Swami Muktananda” Maharashtra, INDIA Bhagawan Nityananda Swami Muktananda Recently Baba Muktananda has. I am That by Swami Muktananda, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. I am That By Swami Muktananda. Book on the power of the Hamsa mantra.
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I Am That by Muktananda, Swami
The supreme Principle of the universe, who is transcendent as well as immanent; the supreme Self. The world of yoga is full of amazing things. To understand Hamsa is to become aware of our unity with the cosmos.
The power of the Self sustains our life. A must for the shelf of any reader of spiritual books. But Shaivism says that pranayama and kumbhaka should happen naturally, 37 through the inspiration of God. All in all, recommended to people who have some experience with meditation. English Choose a language for shopping.
Dec 25, Leon Del canto rated it liked it. The Shivasutras say that the mind is mantra: A great sage of ancient times and the son of a sage; author of the Ashtavakra Gita; a dialogue between Ashtavakra and Janaka, the theme of which is that one can attain freedom from samsara the cycle of birth and death only through realization of the nondualistic supreme Reality.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Until Kundalini awakens, you practise yoga by your own efforts and according to your own whim.
Ultimately the Dharana, if practiced purposely, will revel the deepest meaning by itself and the practitioner muktananva need to muktanajda it on his or her very own words as Mukt Excellent entry level text to Meditation inside the broader philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism. The space where ham merges inside, before sa has arisen, is the abode of God, of Consciousness of the Self.
In this way, the Self is apparent; it is manifest.
I am That : The Science of Hamsa from the Vijnana Bhairava
What you have to do is become established in the awareness of the mantra going on inside you, in the goal of the mantra, in the pulsation which exists in the space where the syllables arise and subside. Meditation occurs naturally, and knowledge arises on its own.
To ask other readers questions about I Am Thatplease sign up. If, instead of pursuing knowledge of the outer world, we rhat to pursue inner knowledge, we would discover that effulgence very soon. Finally, the thwt becomes desperate and begins to call out to God for help.
Then he had an idea. All these methods are considered valid, because they aim at bringing one to the ultimate source of all existence by stilling the mind. It is literally the sound of our breathing.
This wasn’t “knowing” anything, because you only know something that is separate from you. As long as you have the feeling of duality, the feeling that one human being is different from another, that one class is different from another, you cannot experience real happiness. It cannot be perceived by the mind because it makes the mind think. Muktananda, seated in chair, Gita rated it it was amazing Aug 27, I am that is a book to that give you the real meaning of life and the secret how to attained it it is the most precious book!
Views Read Edit View history. These are the utterance of the supreme Goddess, whose nature is to create.
According to Lola Williamson, Muktananda was known as a ” shaktipat guru because kundalini awakening occurred so readily in his muotananda. Voluntary or involuntary suspension of breath. As you repeat the mantra in rhythm with the breath, you get into a state of intoxication. The breath merges here, and then it arises again and goes out to a distance of twelve fingers and merges in the space outside. This commentary explains the philosophy and mystery of the Hamsa, the natural mantra of the breath, which was first revealed in the Vijnana Bhairava, an 8th century treatise.
Become aware of the breath coming in and going out repeating hamsa, hamsa.
I Am That: The Science of Hamsa from the Vijnana Bhairava
Yet the Self is always being experienced, at every moment of our life. He experiences the true bliss of Consciousness. Regulation and restraint of breath.