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Swami Nirgunananda Giri of Himalayas.

This is the site of Swami Nirgunananda Giri of Himalayas. The website offers all related information about his works – videos, writings and publications. You can follow new posts by signing up below, at the bottom of this page.

NEW & NOTABLE

  • Online classes on Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and Advaita Vedanta along with Guided Meditations and Contemplations are held weekly via Google Meet (No charges). Listen to the introductions and excerpts on his Youtube channel class series playlist.
  • If interested to join the online classes, send a message via the Contact tab .

Watch short videos on Youtube Channel

Link to Youtube Channel

Check out the Guided Meditation series at this link

More info on the book:

Breaking Free from Karma

(Click the link above for details about the new book)

Inspirational and Contemplative Posts

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A Yogi’s Non-dual Realization

An Insight into Paramahansa Yogananda’s Poem on Samadhi

In the realms of spirituality, it is commonly asserted that mere knowledge, without experience and insight, cannot lead one to personal realization. However, within recognized philosophical systems, many of the Yogis’ mystical experiences are denied the necessary ontological status due to such experiences being subjective in nature. Furthermore, they are rarely given any epistemic value outside the subject’s dedicated following as the means to its replication is not commonly available.
Nevertheless, an experience such as Samadhi is regarded with certain degree of interest across all the varied Indian philosophical schools.

Sannyasa, Principles & Practices

This booklet on Sannyasa captures the key principles and practices related to the ancient tradition.
वेदान्तविज्ञानसुनिश्चितार्थाः संन्यासयोगाद् यतयः शुद्धसत्त्वाः । ते ब्रह्मलोकेषु परान्तकाले परामृताः परिमुच्यन्ति सर्वे ॥
Having well ascertained the Self, the goal of the Vedantic knowledge and having purified their minds through the practice of sannyasa, the seers, in the end, gain the world of Brahma, and liberating themselves from everything gain the supreme immortality

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