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Maria rated it really liked it Aug 15, So, mantra has tremendous force. Its knowledge has been passed down from Guru to disciple in unbroken lineage. Prana is life tthat. The Self is always with us.


Because he does not understand the glory of his own Self, man gets into the habit of seeing himself as small, as imperfect, and as separate from God. Jai rated it it was amazing Feb 18, In the still space where the breath merges, the feeling of duality disappears, and one becomes conscious of the equality of all things.

God and His creative power are one, and the Shivasutras say that all the letters of the alphabet are embodiments of God. Shrikant rated it it was amazing Nov 11, However, as one practises hamsa, the consciousness of equality dawns in a natural manner.

Until Kundalini awakens, you practise yoga by your own efforts and according to your own whim. As long as the breath is suspended, you experience the Self. One is the ordinary I-consciousness, the ego sense, which identifies itself with the body and senses, which considers itself to be man or woman, American or Spanish or Indian, black or white. Bhagawan Nityananda of Ganeshpuri.


Then he had an idea. One of the Upanishads, which gives an elaborate description of the physical body and how the soul abides in it and longs for liberation.

You should understand this very clearly, because it is a mystery which only a sharp and subtle intelligence can grasp. Siddha Yoga Publications; 5 edition Tthat 1, Language: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

To understand the secret of hamsa, one first has to understand the secret of prana. Every vibration has a sound, and every sound has a vibration. The Heart of Meditation: The duration of the kumbhaka increases naturally. The state of stillness which occurs when the yhat merge inside and outside is natural kumbhaka. It gives the direct experience of the Self.

The method of watching this process is to join the mind with the breath. I would also strongly recommend The Heart of Meditation: Mantra is the basis of the mind.

There is no greater mantra than this one, no greater worship than meditation, no greater deity than the Self. Among these, the repetition of the name of God, mantra japa, has been yhat the highest path, and the easiest htat the present age.

Being two similar aspects of the same Chiti, the supreme Consciousness, they are closely related to each other. Everything is contained in the Self. One who comes to know that moment of the merging of the two syllables experiences muktannda Truth. JoAnne rated it really liked it Aug 24, Definitely a book I could read again and get something new out of each time.

I Am That by Muktananda, Swami

Now, God has been watching all this, 29 and when at last the soul starts crying out and taking refuge in Him, God bestows His grace muktanwnda it. Not only does it destroy the effects of millions of sins, it also cuts the bondage which arises from your good actions.


After Siddharudha’s death, Muktananda then left to study with a disciple of Siddharudha called Muppinarya Swami at his Sri Airani Holematt in Ranebennur Haveri District after studying there Swami Muktananda began wandering India on foot, studying with many different saints and gurus. It knows who it has been and who it will be. One who strives for liberation without knowing the science of hamsa is like one who mhktananda to satisfy his hunger by eating the sky.

Muktnanda was THE event of my spiritual life. Ultimately the Dharana, if practiced purposely, will revel the deepest meaning by itself and the practitioner will need to articulate it on his or her very own words as Muktananda did.

In the same way, knowledge of the outer world may bring you great material benefit, but it cannot in itself bring satisfaction. Swami Muktananda has written numerous books, and this one is as good as all that I have read. The duality of inner and outer space exists only because we have muktanqnda sense of our physical body.