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Pure Yoga is one-pointedness. ~Swami Lakshmanjoo

In this excerpt, Swami Lakshmanjoo explains the difference between Kashmir Shaivism and Advaita Vedanta, from the book Kashmir Shaivism, The Secret Supreme. Now also available in Spanish: (Shaivismo de Cachemira, el Supremo secreto). If you have enjoyed the book please leave a review on Amazon. “Pure Yoga is one-pointedness” ~Swami Lakshmanjoo Chapter Fifteen Kashmir Shaivism…

Whatever I take is offered to Lord Shiva. Whatever I offer is for Lord Shiva. Whatever I offer is itself Lord Shiva. Swami Lakshmanjoo

“Whatever I take is offered to Lord Shiva, whatever I offer is for Lord Shiva, whatever I offer is itself Lord Shiva.” ~Swami Lakshmanjoo This verse, well known throughout India, is traditionally recited before taking food. Drawing on Abhinavagupta’s Unique Explanation Of “Brahmarpanam Brahma Havir…” Swamiji further elaborates with the first verse of Somānanda’s Śivadṛṣti….

In sensual pleasures, what should you do? (in Kashmir Shaivism) ~Swami Lakshmanjoo

“This is my new commentary on this Bhagavad Gītā.” Swami Lakshmanjoo exclaims, as he tells us what we should do when eating and while experiencing śabda (sound), sparśa (touch), rupa (form) . . . all of the sensual pleasures. In sensual pleasures, what should you do? view on YouTube   DVD 6.2 (23:22) Chapter 6, verse…

You have to develop awareness in such a way that this consciousness of that centering your mind pervades in each and every movement, in dull movement and conscious movement also. ~Swami Lakshmanjoo

In this excerpt from Abhinavagupta’s Tantraloka, Chapter 5,  verse 11-15) Swami Lakshmanjoo revealed why we should practice and how (in Kashmir Shaivism). “How you should travel on that individual way, he says in this next śloka.” “You have to develop awareness in such a way that this consciousness of that centering your mind pervades in each and every movement, in…

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