The Pursuit of Power and Freedom
This is a new and contemporary translation of one of India's most revered texts - The Katha Upanishad. Tigunait delights us with an understandable version of one of the most difficult texts of all religious traditions. The story is of a young boy who compels the Lord of Death to reveal the secret of what happens after we die. Tigunait's commentary and translation make this text ideal for anyone looking for inner growth and enlightenment.
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Text in Sanskrit
actions agni vidya all-pervading asana aspirant assumes different forms attains ayurveda become birth and death blessed with patience body Brahma vidya breath bring your attention called cave celestial chakras charioteer consciousness cows desire dharma direct experience Divine Divine grace energy channels etadvai tat eternal everything exists father fear fire rituals fireplace happy heart highest realm Himalayan Institute holistic health human immortal India inner intellect Jatavedas Katha Upanishad knower kunda limbs and organs living longer subject Lord of Death master meditation mind na hanyate Nachiketa began nurture objects oblations one’s peace person plane pleasure power of mantra practice prana reality relationship resides right understanding ruparh sacred fire Sadhana sages santih scripture seeker senses shine soul spiritual student subject to death subtle Swami Rama teacher three boons Tigunait tradition truth unconscious mind unmanifest nature Vaishvanara Vajashrava Vedas Vedic Vedic civilization wealth Yamaraja yoga yogic