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Swami Sivananda yoga pdf ebooks collection


Swami Sivananda yoga pdf ebooks collection


Swami SivanandaOne of the greatest Yoga masters of the 20th century, Swami Sivananda, is the inspiration behind the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. The teachings of Master Sivananda are summarized in these six words:

Serve, Love, Give, Purify, Meditate, Realize.


Born in 1887 in Pattamadai, Tamil Nadu, South India, Swami Sivananda whose name was then Kuppuswami, was a brilliant boy at studying as well as gymnastics and naturally inclined toward spiritual and religious practices.

His parents were very devoted to Lord Siva and Kuppuswami was eager to join them twice daily for worship (Puja) and Kirtan (Mantra chanting).

His natural selfless spirit lead him to a career in the medical field. His amazing eagerness and ability to learn and assimilate his studies earned him the respect of his professors who invited him to attend surgeries while still in his first year of medical school.


The young Dr. Kuppuswami felt a strong urge to go to Malaysia where he felt there was great need. In a short time he was given the responsibility of running a hospital. During these years Dr. Kuppuswami was renowned as being both an excellent doctor and a true humanitarian. Very often he waived consultation fees for patients too poor to afford his services and on many occasions provided medicine for free to his neediest patients.

One day Dr. Kuppuswami had the opportunity to cure a wandering Sannyasin (renunciate or Monk) who then gave the doctor instruction on Yoga and Vedanta. From that day on his life changed, and gradually Dr. Kuppuswami became more introspective and could not stop pondering the great questions of life. Now he felt the need to help people on a more profound level, not just healing their physical body, but helping them to find a cure for all suffering.


Filled with a tremendous desire for spiritual growth and enlightenment Kuppuswami went to North India in search of his Guru. After spending time in Varanasi (Banaras) he travelled north to the Himalayas. There in the holy town of Rishikesh (which means "the abode of the sages") Kuppuswami discovered his Guru who gave him Sannyas (a monk's vows of renunciation). After taking these vows, Swami Sivananda Saraswati, as he would be known henceforth, started an extremely intense daily Sadhana (spiritual practices) and Tapas (austerities) for the next 10 years or so. By the end of that period many co-Sadhus felt drawn to Swami Sivananda for his instruction and his spiritual inspiration.


From that time Swami Sivananda became one of the most prolific Yoga teachers who has ever existed. Although he rarely left the little town of Rishikesh (with only 2 India tours and no visits abroad) Swami Sivananda's teachings spread quickly throughout our entire planet. He personally wrote - by hand, no computers at the time :-) - more than 200 books on topics connected to Yoga and Philosophy. He wrote in a style that is very direct and bursting with dynamic, spiritual energy. As a result many who read his books felt their lives deeply touched and transformed and so came from all of India, all of the world, to learn from him directly, and to bask in his holy presence.

In 1957, Swami sivananda sent his devoted and industrious disciple, Swami Vishnudevananda to the West where he then established the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres.


All About Hinduism Swami Sivananda.pdf
Autobiography of Swami Sivananda.pdf
Baghavad Gita Swami Sivananda.pdf
Bhakti and San Kirtan by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Brahma Sutras Swami Sivananda.pdf
Devi Mahatmya, The by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Dhyana Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Ethical Teachings Swami Sivananda.pdf
Fourteen Lessons on Raja Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Hatha Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Health and Happiness by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Hindu Fasts and Festivals by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Home Remedies by Sri Swami Sivananda.pdf
How to Cultivate Virtues and Eradicate Vices by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Lectures on Yoga and Vedanta by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Lord Krishna Swami Sivananda.pdf
Lord Siva and His Worship by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Lord Siva by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Meditation Know How Sri Swami Sivananda.pdf
Monk Life of Swami Sivananda.pdf
Mother Ganga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Music as Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Practical Guide for Students of Yoga Swami Sivananda, Swami Vishnudevananda.pdf
Practice of Bhakti Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Practice of Brahmacharya Sri Swami Sivananda.pdf
Sarva Gita Sara by Swami Sivananda 2012.pdf
Self Knowledge by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Sivananda Apostle of Peace and Love Sri Swami Paramananda.pdf
Sivananda Ashram Devotional Songs Bhajans and Kirtans.pdf
Sivananda Practice of Ayurveda.pdf
Sivananda Practice of Yoga.pdf
Sri Narada Bhakti Sutras by Sri Swami Sivananda.pdf
Sri Swami Sivananda Bhakti Yoga.pdf
Sri Swami Sivananda Brahma Sutra.pdf
Sri Swami Sivananda Concentration and Meditation.pdf
Sri Swami Sivananda Lord Shanmukha and His Worship 102p.pdf
Stories from the Mahabharata by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Svara Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Swami Sivananda Beyond.pdf
Swami Sivananda Concentration and Meditation.pdf
Swami Sivananda Health and Hatha Yoga.pdf
Swami Sivananda Japa Yoga.pdf
Swami Sivananda Kundalini Yoga.pdf
Swami Sivananda Mind.pdf
Swami Sivananda Philosophical Stories.pdf
Swami Sivananda Practical Lessons in Yoga.pdf
Swami Sivananda Practice of Vedanta.pdf
Swami Sivananda What Becomes of the Soul After Death.pdf
Swami Sivananda Yoga Asanas.pdf
Tantra Yoga, Nada Yoga, Kriya Yoga by Swami Sivananda.pdf
Yoga by Sri Swami Sivananda.pdf