- Paperback: 453 pages
- Publisher: Yoga Publications Trust/Munger/Bihar/India; 8th Re-Print edition (August 19, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8185787158
- ISBN-13: 978-8185787152
- Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 54 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,302 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Swami Satyananda Saraswati was the disciple of swami Sivananda and became a wandering mendicant and he founded the International Yoga Fellowship in 1963 and the Bihar School of Yoga in 1964. He now lives as a paramahansa sannyasin.
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A Systematic Course, by the same author, gives an excellent 3 years worth of systematically progressive yogic techniques and lays them out in a perfect way for daily practice. I followed it for 1.5 years before integrating the practice of kriya yoga with my daily sadhana, as laid out at the end of each section. I'm intensely grateful that I closely adhered to their guidelines. Had I not had a series of smaller "awakenings", I might wonder what the hell was happening to me sometimes. All for the persuit of God.
Someone advised elsewhere here that practicing kundalini tantra (which includes kriya yoga) without a qualified teacher could be dangerous. I would have to firstly raise the question of what constitutes a "qualified" teacher? Secondly, what kind of risk would people be willing to take from these practices that might be so dangerous? I think the only qualified teacher available to us in the west is our own self-practice and our own experiences, guided by the budding intuition that develops therefrom. As for the risky business of meditation - Anytime I leave my house or drive my car, I'm putting my life in great potential peril. But I do so because I've minimized my risk from many years of practice and practical experience gleamed from it, and because the rewards far outweighs the risk.
My ultimate recommendation: A great book for those who: are determined to gain self-enlightenment from kriya yoga and have had the hatha/concentration training; hatha yogis who want to move beyond the body; and those who simply are intensely curious about kriya yoga and its technical details.
This is one of Bihar's School of Yoga great and educative book on man as a whole. I highly recommend this book.