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  • Foundation for Natural Meditation
    Che Pachhi Arapun Tana Mana Shi Rite In the whole of my life You are the Master alone How can I give you this body mind I don t own top Verse 2 Jyar Johun Tvan Murati Rupali Che Mane Darshana De Kahun Shi Rite Where ever I look I see Your beautiful face So how can I ask for Your darshan s Grace Na Kshanno Viyoga Vihari Che Kahe Yoga Karun Hun Shi Rite Lord not for a moment am I sep rate from Thee So then how can I do Yoga Lord please tell me Refrain Muja Jivanano Tun Ja Swami Che Pachhi Arapun Tana Mana Shi Rite In the whole of my life You are the Master alone How can I give you this body mind I don t own top Verse 3 Tara Manaman Murati Mari Che Stapu Murati Tari Shi Rite My image is only a thought in Your mind How can I install any idol of Thine Tari Lilani Balihari Che Teno Para Pamun Hum Shi Rite The play of illusion is Your blessed Grace So how can I reach its end in that case Refrain Muja Jivanano Tun Ja Swami Che Pachhi Arapun Tana Mana Shi Rite In the whole of my life You are the Master alone How can I give you this body mind I don t own top Verse 4 Marun Hridaya Ja Tari Sitari Che Tyan Anguli Feravon Shi Rite The core of my heart is really Your Sitar So how can my fingers ever touch it there Tun Ja Vadi Ne Prativadi Che Gunagana Karun Hun Shi Rite Lord You are the speaker and the list ner too How then can I ever speak in praise of You Refrain Muja Jivanano Tun Ja Swami Che Pachhi Arapun Tana

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  • Foundation For Natural Meditation
    the Secret English Download Revealing the Secret German Download Goddess Divine Mother Goddess White Tara Feminine Principle Anandamayi Yeshe Tsogyel Amma Mother Theresa Early Women Karunamayi Kuan Yin Feminine Tao Tenzin Palmo Music of Durga Ma Books Items Nepali woman Linga Yoni Statuary top of page Resources Ganesha Yogic Meditation 001 Yogic Principles The Right Way of Living Retreat at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health Pilgrim of Love Sayings of Swami Kripalu 002 Natural Meditation and Shakti Pat Natural Meditation by Yogeshwar Muni Meditating Naturally by Durga Ma Pocket Bhagavad Gita by Winthrop Sargeant 003 Natural Meditation Satsanga and Scripture Study Jnaneshvari Bhagavad Gita 2 vols 004 Natural Meditation Satsanga and Scripture Study Revealing the Secret by Yogacharya Kripalvananda The Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Gerard J Tortora 005 Advanced Natural Meditation The Pashupata Sutras by Lord Lakulisha Commentary by Kaudinya Pazupata Studies by Minoru Hara Yoga Asanas 006 Yoga Asanas Kamala Dietz Amrit Yoga 007 Teaching Yoga Asanas Kamala Dietz Amrit Yoga Cosmology Science and World Scripture Cosmology and Science 008 Mayan Cosmology The Mayan Factor Path Beyond Technology by José Arguelles Earth Ascending by José Arguelles 009 A Scientific Cosmological Paradigm The Lila Paradigm by Charles Berner The Large the Small and the Human Mind by Roger Penrose The Road to Reality A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe by Roger Penrose The Coming Global Oil Crisis A review of Beyond Oil Galactic Alignment Hamlet s Mill 011 The Mind and Life Institute The Mind and Life Institute 012 Earth Matrix Science in Ancient Art Work Earth Matrix Supernatural Minds World Scripture 013 Hindu Mythology The Ramayana 014 Hindu Mythology The Mahabharata translated by R C Dutt The Mahabharata translation by Professor J A B van Buitenen 015 Dante s Divine Comedy Dante The

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  • Foundation For Natural Meditation
    FOUNDATION FOR NATURAL MEDITATION tranforming consciousness Lord Lakulisha Jyotirlingam Shivapuja rlingam Holy Stat of Lord Lakuli Brahmeshvara Temple Kayavarohana Gujarat India India Lord Lakulisha Painting back to shivatemple back to lineage page Contact the Foundation 2004 Foundation for Natural Meditation

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  • Foundation For Natural Meditation
    on the menu that pops up and specify the folder where you want to save it on your computer Biography of Swami Kripalu and Preface Chapter 1 Meditation is Integral to Yoga Chapter 2 Concept and Types of Meditation Chapter 3 Prior Preparation and Technique of Meditation Chapter 4 Saktipata Initiation in Meditation Chapter 5 Experiences in Meditation Chapter 6 States of Mind in Meditation Chapter 7 Pratyahara through Pranic

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    helpless with love Actually a true devotee is hungry only for love and since the Lord loves to look with unblinking eyes at the face of the love hungry devotee He never leaves him alone When he does not eat enough food to fill his stomach the Lord fills him Finally it was the day of the fast Guruji initiated me with the mantra and showed me to the room where I was to fast He said You must observe austerities for forty days There is a water pot inside Every day I will lock your door from the outside and keep the keys with me You are free to come for darshan a meeting or audience with a spiritual master in this case with himself twice a day top Expressing my mental anguish and confusion I asked Guruji must you bother to lock and unlock the door yourself Yes I will do this myself said Gurudev with finality Such affection for his disciple What unparalleled grace I have never been proud of my arduous austerities even in a dream it is all truly due to the divine grace of my Gurudev Dadaji the Lord Lakulish who is seen in the idol at the Temple of Lord Brahmeshvar top On Diet Moderation in diet is one of the foundations of spiritual progress Moderation means eating the precise amount of food required to keep the body alert and efficient But if a delicious dish is put in front of an orator while he is preaching about moderation in diet he will want to stop talking about moderation until he has eaten the food In India moderation in diet is given deep consideration as an important part of spiritual life since one s energy is generated protected and maintained by moderate diet In addition every religion invariably prescribes fasting If fasting were not woven into the structure of the social religions there would be even more disease and death in the world It is necessary for you to know that in order to prevent disease you must follow moderation in diet And to keep from getting sick you must do postures and pranayama and other forms of exercise To prevent disease you should not eat when you are not hungry and chew your food well for proper digestion By always remaining consciously aware you will protect yourself from disease It is best to not stay up late at night and to protect your body with proper understanding Keep the doors of the mind closed so that inappropriate thoughts can t enter and keep the vents open so that the good thoughts flow through top Sattvic Charity and Tithing Charity comes in three varieties pure passionate and polluted that is sattvic rajasic and tamasic Lord Krishna defines charity as gifts given to helpless and deserving persons with the feeling that it is the giver s duty to give and which are presented in the proper place time and situations Everyone in the world can give very generously whether he is very rich or very poor To equate charity solely with gifts of money clothes or food is a real delusion In fact we can give countless other gifts such as education security and comfort The Lord is invoked in our heart whenever it melts at the sight of a helpless person s intolerable pain At such times our heart becomes totally illuminated with the Lord s divine light Everyone has his own pains to suffer But those who suffer for others pain are God s messengers because He extends His help through them These messengers are actually very fortunate Even without practicing austerities when their heart is touched by the pain of others they experience the same sattvic feelings which usually emerge as a result of practicing arduous austerities This experience should be considered truly the grace of the Lord Just think anyone can be a great philanthropist One can give great comfort to the hearts of others just by giving a loving glance to someone who is in despair or by addressing an afflicted person as Brother or Sister Since sattvic charity remains engraved in the donor s memory his heart antahkaran continually receives a form of divine joy Note however two of the major principles of sattvic charity give and forget and give secretly that is as much as possible give without others knowing top It is necessary for you to know that in order to prevent disease you must follow moderation in diet And to keep from getting sick you must do postures and pranayama and other forms of exercise To prevent disease you should not eat when you are not hungry and chew your food well for proper digestion By always remaining consciously aware you will protect yourself from disease It is best to not stay up late at night and to protect your body with proper understanding Keep the doors of the mind closed so that inappropriate thoughts can t enter and keep the vents open so that the good thoughts flow through Buying something one wants from a shop is not attachment paying for it is not renunciation If one gives money or gifts to family members or loved ones such giving is not renunciation or charity it is one s family duty Any gifts one offers while bowing at the feet of one s Sadguru are not charity such giving is homage or dakshina and is an expression of love Also anything one dedicates at the holy feet of the Lord is not charity it is consecration and an expression of love Furthermore anything which one gives to another with pleasure is not charity it is a gift Moreover the salary given by an employer to an employee is not charity it is wages given in exchange for his labor top Charity is only that which one gives with compassionate and religious feelings Although almost everyone wants to have an abundance of material possessions they forget

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  • Foundation For Natural Meditation
    living being opens the doors of his or her heart to satisfy another s thirst for love the doors of the recipient s heart also spontaneously open The path of love is very ancient When I was born I received the initiation of love Now with the same love I initiate everyone else Love is my only path I am in fact a pilgrim on the path of love In love there are no barriers raised by language no costumes no egos no distinctions of any kind Until one becomes attracted to sadhana one will never be eager to begin practicing it The sadhak must contemplate the principles of yoga in depth Such contemplation is the provision for the spiritual journey top ON PRAYER This world is full of many types of people Whenever any of them are in a difficult situation they experience the need for an invisible divine power Great saints call this divine power God God is the Creator the Sustainer and the Maintainer of the universe He is the well wisher of all When someone accepts the existence of God firmly he can ask or beg for help when he finds himself in difficulty This asking for help or begging is called prayer The success or failure of the prayer cannot do any harm to almighty God God is the solace of everyone Only He is wealth friend beloved fame supremacy and strength Prayers to Him or remembrance of Him always give happiness God is the only route to happiness peace and bliss Anyone who can do true prayer becomes deserving of God s supreme grace The cause of all unhappiness is separation from God The cause of happiness is reunion with God The nature and purpose of prayer or remembrance is reunion with God Prayer

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  • asana_mudra1.html
    Right Click on the links below select Save Link As or Save Target As on the menu that pops up and specify the folder where you want to save it on your computer Per scaricare i file clicca col tasto destro del mouse sui link sotto seleziona Salva oggetto con nome scegli la cartella in cui scaricarlo clicca OK Asana and Mudra Text 02 24 2014 Tolasana or Tulitasana Measuring Posture Ch 63 Asana and Mudra Text 01 28 201 Asana and Mudra Yoga Therapy Chs 132 134 These three chapters on yoga therapy at the end of Asana and Mudra are the product of Kripalu s treatment of the diseases of his disciples These are his words from his foreword to Asana and Mudra When I started writing this book I discovered that I would need to experiment with the treatment of disease so that this exposition would be based on fact rather than my imagination When I started treating sick people disciples from far and near clamored for attention Patients suffering from tuberculosis asthma leukoderma loss of appetite diabetes paralysis and hysteria flocked about me Accepting them as inevitable I treated them I am confident that the yogic

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  • Foundation For Natural Meditatin
    the different types of asana and describes how to practice them in a balanced sadhana program The remarkable feature of this text is that Swami Kripalvananda did not learn these asanas and mudras from books pictures or hatha yoga teachers Instead they occurred spontaneous in his meditation the meditation of total surrender to God Thus his narrative touches on the deepest experiences of life shows how those experiences are also described in yogic scripture and explains how to practice yoga sadhana so that we can enter those realms Swami Kripalvananda writes in his Preface Asana and Mudra is a cultural text It is an immortal gift from yoga therefore I took a scientific approach in composing it Only through science can life s most difficult problems be unraveled To quench the insatiable curiosity of the people of India and the rest of the world this study of asanas and mudras is presented scientifically The body mind soul Almighty God and the universe are all connected This requires bringing together and embracing physiology which gives knowledge of the gross body psychology which resolves the difficulties of subtle relations and thoughts yoga which builds an individual s character hygiene which protects the body from disease and ayurvedic science which lead one to health These sciences must work together so I wrote Asana and Mudra as a scientific exposition of these subjects From his Program of Asana Practice he writes Thousands of asanas and mudras have come my way during my practice of yoga I originally planned to include photographs of 500 asanas and mudras in this book This first edition contains only 277 photographs yet people were discouraged and asked how and when they could possibly do all these asanas and mudras When I heard that I forever gave up my idea

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