Swamiji explains that spiritual life and worldly existence are not opposites, and that one loses nothing, but rather gains everything, when achieving the final goal of life which is Moksha.
A trenchant series of lectures on the fundamental principles of world-understanding, social prosperity, personal solace and freedom. A sure means of purifying and polishing the mind and intellect of any sincere reader.
These discourses comprise a penetrating analysis of every aspect of the vision of life – from the materialistic and humanistic to the psychological and psychoanalytical, followed by the universal, Vedic, religious and yogic visions.
A systematic study of the principle thinkers in the field of philosophy in the West in the light of the Vedanta doctrine of the East. A must for all students of philosophy.
A stimulating logical study starting with the foundations of educational psychology, its philosophical basis and spiritual significance, and covering such important areas of thought and action as the meaning behind social relationship, as well as the ultimate roots of legal and ethical principles involved in human life.
A unique presentation on this unparalleled compendium, expounding the fundamental principles of Vedanta propounding the non-dual existence of Brahman, the supreme Absolute. Arranged into three sections of five chapters each, here is the entire Vedanta in a nutshell.
A verse-by-verse commentary on the first six chapters of the Panchadasi. This book is being serialised.
A mini-encyclopedic treatise which deals with an in-depth analysis relating to human life, and a masterpiece on the subject of investigation of the structure of Nature and processes of the universe. Each chapter is thematic and complete in itself.
A critical exposition of the fundamental principles in Eastern and Western philosophy in the light of the doctrines of Swami Sivananda. This book also provides a comprehensive survey of the metaphysical groundwork of the East and West. An excellent primer and a sure guide.
Swamiji discusses freedom of consciousness in perception and awareness of the individual so that the individual realises its universal nature.