|Other titles||Sādhanā, Spiritual discipline|
|Series||SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 07507.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm BUL-ENG-067 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 20, 158, ii, cxxxviii, xviii p.|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||96907332|
A textbook on the psychology and practice of the techniques of spiritual perfection by the great Yogi, saint, sage and Jivanmukta. Rarely, if ever, has such a text on the vital subject of spiritual practice been written leaving no aspect untouched. Indeed an outstanding treatise on Sadhana, astounding in its width as well as depth. Having been earnestly encouraged by us, she had recently published a beautiful book on her own experiences under Ma's feet, called "As the Flower sheds its Fragrance", in , followed by the first of three volumes of "Matri Lila" covering the period in These disciplines may bear some fruit if practiced for a week, but they will bear much better and much more lasting fruit if practiced over an entire lifetime. Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life was a book I read almost a decade ago—the first book I ever read on the subject of the spiritual by: That statement captures the intent of this book and the purpose of the spiritual disciplines. Spiritual strength, like surgical skill or athletic excellence, requires training and practice. To become the kind of man who walks with God and wields Christ’s influence in your world, you’ll want to begin a consistent regimen of spiritual exercises/5(31).
Books shelved as spiritual-disciplines: Celebration of Discipline: The Path to Spiritual Growth by Richard J. Foster, Spiritual Disciplines for the Chris. Spiritual Disciplines Handbook: Practices That Transform Us, Revised and Expanded. Whitney’s Spiritual Disciplines manages to stay right on track with impressive skill. The book is full of grace and yet full of rules for Christian growth. Growth in godliness is the goal, but that growth, empowered by the grace of God is fleshed out in the holy habits /5. As Thomas Moore points out in the introduction, this pathbreaking book speaks boldly in favor of the cultivation of silence and the practice of bringing the whole person — body, mind, soul, imagination, and memory — to prayer. The word "sadhana" is a capacious Indian term rich in meanings.
Spiritual & mental liberation (31/07/ ) Guru Purnima is an auspicious occasion for all spiritual seekers in general and all the sanyāsĩs in particular; and . If you were to do some research on spiritual disciplines, you would find quite a variety of activities that are included. Whitney has identified ten that he includes in his book. In the first chapter, Whitney lays out the reason for doing these disciplines: it is for the purpose of godliness, based on 1 Timothy (“Discipline yourself for. Obstacles to Spiritual Progress Start Sadhana Now. INTRODUCTION. Sadhana is spiritual movement consciously systematized. Sadhana is the purpose for which we have come to this place. Abhyasa and Sadhana are synonymous terms. The object of Sadhana is to release life from the limitations with which it is bound. Sadhana is a lifelong process. By Swami Durgananda. A complete manual for the exploration and control of one’s own thoughts. It is a classical scripture of yoga and a holistic guideline for the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of meditation as well as a precious source for the study of the spiritual psychology of yoga.