A Toolkit to Self Realization through Meditation
Art of Contemplation answers all the questions pertaining to controlling and quietening the mind and gives six simple exercises which, if practised regularly, would enable us to control, quieten and free the mind.
Meditation: A Vision gives us the right vision as we embark on the inner journey to the supreme through meditation. It throws light on questions like the purpose of meditation, techniques of meditation, the obstacles in meditation and the result of meditation.
Meditation & Life - Swami Chinmayananda takes us through the thought process necessary to gain control of our inner world. He first shows us the logic behind meditation and then teaches us the specific techniques for applying meditative practice in our daily lives. When meditation becomes a natural part of our day, we find our lives transformed and our minds at peace.
Simplicity and Meditation - Swami Swaroopananda discusses how urging to meditation entails adopting not just specific techniques or mantras, but a more fundamental and far-reaching perspective rooted in our mindset and lifestyle. Swamiji teases out our misconceptions and supplies easy-to-remember practical tips in regard to this timeless art.
In Tune in the Mind, Swami Chinmayananda guides us on how we can use the Gayatri Mantra, explaining its meaning and the method by which we can include it in our japa to tune and fine-tune the mind and harness its infinite potential.
Dhyanaswaroopam composed by Swami Tejomayananda in a very simple way first explains the 'principles of meditation' by negating what is not meditation and then asserting what it is. Thereafter the 'principle of the practice of mediation' is explained.
Meditation Demystified (Audio Talks on Pendrive) - An insight into the power and the nature of the mind, allowing us to master the mind from within allowing us to experience inner peace and quietude.
Living in Meditation (Video Discourses) - Swami Tejomayanandaji seeks to answer "What is meditation according to the scriptures?" in this series of video talks. These talks are based on Dhyanaswarupam and draws inspiration from the Upanishads.