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Karma sannyasa is a dynamic and practical way of life, enabling the individual to develop higher awareness through life rather than away from it. The concept of karma sannyasa is to live life fully, to participate in all events externally while internally maintaining an attitude of non-doership.

Explaining how closely attachment, desire and ambition govern our lives, 'Karma Sannyasa' describes methods to transform these patterns and realise a happier outlook through the blossoming of spiritual awareness.

This book focusses on the guru-disicple relationship, family life and relationships, karma, self-respect and lifestyle, describing the process of realising spirituality through everyday experience. [Publisher]

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From the age of 22, Swami Satsangi experienced a number of inner awakenings which led her to her guru, Swami Satayananda. From 1981, she travelled ceaselessly with Swami Satyananda in India and overseas and developed into a scholar with deep insight into the yogic and trantric traditions as well as modern sciences and philosophies. The establishment of Sivananda Math in Rikhia is her creation and mission, and she guides all its activities there, working tirelessly to uplift the weaker and underprivilaged areas. She embodies compassion with clear reason and is the foundation of her guru's vision. Swami Satsangi is the author of several books on yoga and tantra.
  Saraswati_Library | Jan 28, 2015 |
Karma sannyasa is a dynamic and practical way of life, enabling the individual to develop higher awareness through life rather than away from it. The concept of karma sannyasa is to live life fully, to participate in all events externally while internally maintaining an attitude of non-doership.

Explaining how closely attachment, desire and ambition govern our lives, 'Karma Sannyasa' describes methods to transform these patterns and realise a happier outlook through the blossoming of spiritual awareness.

This book focusses on the guru-disicple relationship, family life and relationships, karma, self-respect and lifestyle, describing the process of realising spirituality through everyday experience. [Publisher]

About the Author:

From the age of 22, Swami Satsangi experienced a number of inner awakenings which led her to her guru, Swami Satayananda. From 1981, she travelled ceaselessly with Swami Satyananda in India and overseas and developed into a scholar with deep insight into the yogic and trantric traditions as well as modern sciences and philosophies. The establishment of Sivananda Math in Rikhia is her creation and mission, and she guides all its activities there, working tirelessly to uplift the weaker and underprivilaged areas. She embodies compassion with clear reason and is the foundation of her guru's vision. Swami Satsangi is the author of several books on yoga and tantra.
  Saraswati_Library | Apr 21, 2010 |
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