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Srimad Bhagavad Gita: Spiritual Commentaries by Yogiraj Lahiri Mahasay and Swami Sriyukteshvar, English translation

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Yoga Niketan is a registered non-profit organization, run by volunteers who receive no compensation of any kind whatsoever. All proceeds from the sale of this book go towards maintaining our work. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Back Cover
“Gradually, through the continuous practice of Kriya, accomplishing dharana, dhyan and samadhi, and thus being lodged in Atman-the paravastha of Kriya-as the mind, by itself, will not go in any other direction-then, like the sky itself, the human-shaped Supreme Person-Who is the Lord of the world-one is able to see with continuous focus in the Atom of Brahman.”
-Yogiraj Sri Sri Shyama Charan Lahiri Gita 8:8

“When by yogakriya the foundation of desire-like and dislike-is extinguished, the revelation of Divinity fulfills all matters of desire, upon which the mind returns to its natural state and becomes tranquil. And experiencing all mind, prana and senses of this Immense Brahmanda as one’s own body and pervading throughout the Universe, the jiva becomes the Total Consciousness of the Universe-Parampurush or Paramatman. Thus, there being nothing else existing in the Universe other than the Self, the scriptural saints have called this attainment ‘Kaivalyapada.'”

-Swami Sriyukteshvar Giriji Maharaj Gita 2:70 –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 3421 KB
Print Length: 644 pages
Publisher: Yoga Niketan (8 July 2004)
Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
Language: English
ASIN: B004TTXQYK
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“The true spiritual commentary on the Bhagavad Gita is hereby published. Other than Kriyanvitas, no one else will be capable of understanding this, the reason being that from the beginning to end, Kriya and the states of Kriya are described here. If ordinary people read this they can create opposite meanings and, only paying attention to the words and language, will create all kinds of complicated agrumentations; thus, not understanding the essense of this, they will go about with nothing but the words. But for aware and devoted Kriyavans, this is a jewel of the heart. As they progress in Kriya – in the same way will they easily be able to discern its [the work’s] true significance.”
-distilled from the Introduction of the original Bengali Edition
From the Back Cover
“Gradually, through the continuous practice of Kriya, accomplishing dharana, dhyan and samadhi, and thus being lodged in Atman-the paravastha of Kriya-as the mind, by itself, will not go in any other direction-then, like the sky itself, the human-shaped Supreme Person-Who is the Lord of the world-one is able to see with continuous focus in the Atom of Brahman.”

-Yogiraj Sri Sri Shyama Charan Lahiri Gita 8:8

“When by yogakriya the foundation of desire-like and dislike-is extinguished, the revelation of Divinity fulfills all matters of desire, upon which the mind returns to its natural state and becomes tranquil. And experiencing all mind, prana and senses of this Immense Brahmanda as one’s own body and pervading throughout the Universe, the jiva becomes the Total Consciousness of the Universe-Parampurush or Paramatman. Thus, there being nothing else existing in the Universe other than the Self, the scriptural saints have called this attainment ‘Kaivalyapada.'”

-Swami Sriyukteshvar Giriji Maharaj Gita 2:70

English translation by Yoga Niketan
Print edition is 657 pages

Yoga Niketan is a registered non-profit organization, run by volunteers who receive no compensation of any kind whatsoever. All proceeds from the sale of this book go towards maintaining our work.

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