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About Swami Chinmayananda
Swami Chinmayananda: is a saint from India who had brought about a spiritual renaissance throughout the world. Inspired by Mother Ganga, he chose to come down to the plains and share what he had gained. In 1951 he had set rolling what was later to become the Chinmaya Mission Movement. Dynamic and creative, he has authored many books, despite his busy schedule for the benefit of spiritual seekers.
With his own brand of wit, humour and vocabulary, he paints vividly the wisdom of the ages in front of us. His commentary on the Bhagavad-Gita is considered one of the best ever. Also his commentaries on the Upanishads are outstanding for their clarity and crisp logic. Other than his commentaries, he has also written numerous books on Vedanta, Meditation, Indian Culture and Symbolism. He is well-known for his books Kindle Life, a Fundamental text of Vedanta well-known widely popular for its simplicity and thought-provoking examples and Art of Man-making, which conveys the essence of the Gita for the younger generation inspiring them to live a life of higher ideal and purpose. In his book Art of God-symbolism he shatters the age old myths, rendering a new perspective to God-symbolism.
He has authored over 80 titles and his books have been translated into many regional as well as foreign languages influencing the lives of millions.
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In short, this teaching is an extravaganza of spiritual knowledge and meditation that guides a student step by step to the glorious state of immortality, peace and bliss.
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Ashtavakra-gita is a short treatise on Advaita Vedanta which systematically deals with the mystical experiences of the individual in his flight to the transcendental peace and Bliss. The subtle philosophical truths are expounded in the form of a lucid dialogue between the teenager Sage Ashtavakra and his royal disciple, the King-seer Janaka.
To Ashtavakra, Self-knowledge through direct mystical intuition is the only goal to be reached and experienced in the dynamic silence of one’s own deepest meditation.
To Him belong all
Know, renounce and rejoice
Seek not to possess, nothing is yours. (Mantra:1)
This short spiritual treatise of just eighteen mantras has inspired great minds for ages. A chapter in Shukla Yajurveda, the teachings here point out the Self - the divine Essence – in every one of us. A crisp summary of the Vedanta, this Upanishad shows us the way to rise above all our attachments to the finite objects of this world. The glittering sense objects, the sweetest emotions and even the lofty ideals of human life are but a golden disk, covering the face of the Truth. We must avoid all traps of wonderful work (karma, avidya) or charming thought patterns (upasana, vidya) and seek the pure Knowledge. The holy text permits the use of a healthy blend of lower spiritual practices as a stepping stone to the highest Realisation. The scripture concludes with some sublime prayers of an advanced seeker.
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Pujya Gurudev, Swami Chinmayananda’s commentary on the Upanishad, like all other Upanishads gives insight to the seeker to understand the subtle language of the Upanishad in a easy and clear manner. His master strokes are very evident in his lucid lectures on the Upanishad.
Swami Chinmayananda’s erudite commentary on the kenopanishad, is peppered with humour and timeless anecdotes that paints a vivid picture and gives a modern context to this age-old wisdom.
The Japa Solution: A technique to bring that mind in line with its better self, providing fertile areas for growth and empowerment to achieve our goals.
In ‘Tune in the Mind’, Swami Chinmayananda guides us on how we an use the Gayatri Mantra, explaining its meaning and the method by which we can include it in our japa to tune and fine-tune the mind and harness its infinite potential.
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Bhagavan Shankaracharya’s Atmabodha is one such text. It is a scientific journey, throwing light on the subtle concepts present in our shastras. With striking examples and ingenious poetry he guides the reader along the path of Vedanta terminology.
Pujya Swami Chinmayananda in his commentary effortlessly presents to the common man the timeless wisdom of Shankaracharya. Reflecting on these verses will uplift the mind and elevate the soul.
A great guide for beginners and a meditation prop for advanced seekers.
‘Even the Creator is not free to create a world as he likes.’ We with our actions – known and unknown, conscious and unconscious – are making the blueprints of our future. The Lord is but a contractor, who executes our plans, as we give it to Him, asserts Swami Chinmayananda.
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Swami Chinmayananda, One of the greatest exponents of Vedanta in modern times, takes us through the thought process necessary to gain control of our inner world. He first shows us the logic behind meditation and then teaches us the specific techniques for applying meditative practice in our daily lives. When meditation becomes a natural part of our day, we find our lives transformed and our minds at peace.
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‘Bhaja’ literally means ‘seek’, ‘Govindam’ means ‘the Lord’ – ‘the Truth’. The learned masters, out of deep compassion try to wake up humanity. They invite us to open our eyes to a higher dimension of living. The whole text of Bhaja Govindam in essence means ‘Wake up, seek the Lord, and stop seeking the primitive and superficial things in life.’
The compilation of thoughts presented in this book is applicable to one and all. Swami Sukhabodhananda in his unique style explains the verses with deep clarity and understanding.