Shakti, Shiva, and Yoga

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Yagyoga Chetana Pītham, 2000 - Shaktism - 366 pages
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The distinguished word philosopher and spiritual master Mahamahoupadhaya Acharaya Dr.Vagish Shastri, Ph.D., D.Litt practicised Tapas : Austerity sitting under a Bodhi tree on the bank of Ganga in Varanasi and in the Himalayas for several years .He was enlightened at the age of 21 .He found the Vedic techinique "Vagyoga" for awakening inner power. The source of knowledge sprang in him and he became a great spiritualist to transfer his super natural power : Shaktipata to his disciples more than 600 all over the world .He has been an authority on indological science and appointed to the most eminent post of director-Professor .Indological Research institute in Sampuranand Sanskrit University ,Varanasi,the city of light.
This present book 'Shakti,Shiva and Yoga' has been written by an authority on indological specially tantric & Yogic fields both of the theoretical and practical learning. It contains ritual and worship of goddess Durga ,her other nine forms and Mahavidyas and Shakti philosophy. Here one article is composed in Spanish language also ,This book suggests -How to awaken inner power goddess in an individual to make a union with the supreme god Shiva ,who gives spiritual knowledge ,peace and salvation to devotees .You will read here -who is Shiva and How to worship & meditate him along the Shiva Philosophy.
The yoga is a way which leads us to the goal ,super conscious state ,Shiva ,through Goddess Kundalini. Yoga is the supreme panacea for the persons suffering from mundane ailments. This book throws a new light on Jaya -Yoga .Mantra -healing and Erotic cult in Vedas :the base of yoga and Bhoga.

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Contents

SK AKTI 1 Goddess Durga destroys delusion 321
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Mahastami Fuente de todo bienestar Festival del culto a la energia 2238
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The worship of God power Durga 8c KundalinI 3947
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