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Silence as Yoga by Swami Paramananda

Silence as Yoga

by Swami Paramananda

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An excellent book on silence as a yoga practice - the practice of mouna (mauna) written by a yoga master, Swami Paramamanda of the Ramakrishna Order.

The six chaptrs of the book are:

1. The Creative Power of Silence
2. Silence and Co-ordination
3. The Service of Silent Living
4. The Practice of Silence
5. The Light WIthin
6. The Eternal Presence

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Swami Paramananda (1884-1940), of the Ramakrishna Order, was one of the early Indian teachers who went to the United States to spread the Vedanta philosophy and religion in America. He was a mystic, a poet and an innovator in spiritual community living.
  Saraswati_Library | May 21, 2010 |
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