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Spiritual Relationships Yogananda, Paramahansa                   1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1565892240
ISBN-13: 9781565892248
Sku: 204573951
Publish Date: 12/30/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 5.5L x 0.5T
Pages:  174
Age Range:  NA
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Friendship, love, marriage, children: Learn how selfless love is the central ingredient in your spiritual growth, and discover how to practice it. This is the third book in The Wisdom of Yogananda series which features writings not available elsewhere. They capture Yogananda's expansive and compassionate wisdom, his sense of fun, and his practical spiritual guidance.
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Paramhansa Yogananda
Paramahansa Yogananda was one of the earliest proponents of yoga in the Western world, and one of its most enduring figures. Born to wealthy Bengali parents in 1893, the spiritually precocious Mukunda Lal Ghosh met his guru, Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, at the age of 17. He lived and studied with Yukteswar while also attending Calcutta University. Upon his college graduation, he was accepted as a full-fledged Hindu monk, and was given the spiritual name Yogananda ("one who achieves bliss through yoga"). Shortly after, he founded a school for boys, where yogic practices and academic subjects were taught side by side. In 1920, Yogananda traveled to Boston to address the International Congress of Religious Liberals on the topic of "The Science of Religion." The rapt reception of his address inspired Yogananda to stay in the United States and spread the word about self-realization, meditation, and religious ecumenicalism. He established the Self-Realization Fellowship, and traveled across the United States giving popular lectures and attracting students and disciples. In the 1930s, Yogananda retreated from touring, and spent much of his time at the SRF headquarters in Los Angeles, writing pamphlets, articles, and books. His guru bestowed on him the respectful title Paramahansa, reflecting both his devoted public service and his attainment of spiritual enlightenment. In 1946, his classic AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI was published. It brought him worldwide attention and has remained in continual publication. In his practical approach to self-realization, he encouraged prayer, meditation, religious tolerance, and the reading of uplifting texts from all the spiritual traditions.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0174
Product attributePublisher:   Crystal Clarity Publishers
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