|Statement||by Swami Muktananda.|
|LC Classifications||BL1228 .M82513 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 362 p. :|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||95015966|
Mukteshwari is the poetic play of Muktananda, or Mukteshwar, as Shakti is of Shiva and Nila of Nileshwar. It is the random harvest from the fertile field of our Gurudev's inexhaustible knowledge. In Part II. only have been gleaned, but they are rich with immortal truths to nourish, strengthen and satisfy the souls of : Swami Muktananda Paramahansa. These aphorisms reveal the rewards and challenges of sadhana as Swami Muktananda experienced them during his quest for liberation. In studying these lyrical teachings, students engage with the mystical and practical subtleties of Siddha Yoga sadhana.. Paperback/2nd edition, / pages/ x . The book Mukteshwari is available from the Siddha Yoga Bookstore. Reading Baba's words, " Thoughts of bhakti make a bhakta, " immediately awakened in me a deep longing to merge with the Beloved. So these simple words gave me an experience of the power . Book Hotels in Mukteshwar at Best Prices on Goibibo. Get Free Cancellation & Instant Refund on Mukteshwar Hotels. Use code GETSETGO to get discounts upto 50% on Budget Hotels, Luxury Hotels & Business Hotels in Mukteshwar.
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