This print-book/ebook is published on Pothi.com. It book bears an appropriate title of 'RAJAYOGA CONSUMMATION [KUNDALINI] - Karma-Jnana-Bhakti-Dhyana'.
It is a three-in-one book of its own kind. The books being covered under this title are: 1. Splendour of Bhakti and Yoga - Kundalini in Action; 2. Essentials of Rajayoga [Bhakti and Yoga]; and 3. Epilogue [Rajayoga of Gita and Dnyaneshwari]. Thus, it will be a complete presentation of the subject of these three books in nutshell.
The readers will be taken through the various aspects of Rajayoga via the basics that are expounded in the Great Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, and its mystic erudite commentary ‘Dnyaneshwari’ - by the greatest Indian Yogin, devotee and Jnanin - Saint Dnyaneshwar, of the 13th century India. He was the preceptor of the Kundalini Yoga line of the Natha Siddhas to which I belong.
This book is an exposition of the Rajayoga - the Kundalini Yoga, as explained by him, the Master Rajayogin of the medieval times. It has bearings upon the theoretical knowledge and practical experience gained by me over more than three decades of perfected Rajayoga practice. It is born out of the secret knowledge that all the Rajayogins do possess.
This book will systematically introduce the readers to various concepts of the Rajayoga in the generalist Yogins' methodologies and thinking, along with special practices of Yoga discipline inherent to the Natha Siddha’s traditional ways as expounded through the writings of the Yogin Saint Dnyaneshwar. At its end, it has a 'Synopsis' on 'Rajayoga - The Yoga Of Gita Expounded By Saint Dnyaneshwar', of all the books published in this series, which is referred to as 'this work', generally, unless the context is otherwise:
Volume 1: Autobiography of A Natha Siddha Yogin - A Mystique's Travails.
Volume 2: Inner Secrets of Rajayoga - Saint Dnyaneshwar On Kundalini Yoga Practice Processes And Methods [Pantharaja]
Volume 3: Ishwara And Worship [Upasana] - Central Theme of Gita
Volume 4: Rajayoga Of Gita [Kundalini] Karma-Jnana-Bhakti-Dhyana
Volume 5: Rajayoga Consummation [Kundalini] Karma-Jnana-Bhakti -Dhyana
The finest knowledge of the Kundalini Yoga, along with its aspects of Bhakti, Karma and Jnana, is presented in these book/s which is rarely found in other books on this subject. The presentation of the matter in this book is made almost independent of the other books in this series. However, I would urge my readers to read all the books in this series, noted above, for a keen understanding of the subject matter.
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