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    Om Namo Bhagavate Sivanandaya! Om Namo Bhagavate Chidanandaya! Om Namo Bhagavate Krishnanandaya! Namaste! We have uploaded an article by Sri Swami Chidanandaji
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      Om Namo Bhagavate Sivanandaya!
      Om Namo Bhagavate Chidanandaya!
      Om Namo Bhagavate Krishnanandaya!


      We have uploaded an article by Sri Swami Chidanandaji
      titled "Yogic Life - In And Through The World":

      The February 2010 issue of the Divine Life magazine
      has been posted at:

      Hindi version:

      Some of the articles in the latest issue are:
      1) Sivaratri Mahima by Sri Swami Sivananda
      2) The Subjective Dimension of Prayer by Sri Swami
      3) The Passage of Time for the Experience of Eternity
      by Sri Swami Krishnananda
      4) The Vital Importance of the Vedic Way of Life by
      Sri Swami Atmaswarupananda
      5) Lust and Passion by Sri Swami Sivananda
      6) Foundation of Yoga and Realisation
      7) The Spring of Peace by Sri Swami Ramarajyam
      8) Bhakti Yoga by Sri Swami Sivananda
      1) Seva Through Sivananda Home
      2) Christmas Eve Celebrations and the Christmas
      3) Cultural Tour of H.H. Sri Swami Nirliptanandaji

      Photos of the Mahasivaratri celebration have been
      posted at:

      Initiation into the Holy Order of Sannyasa was
      conducted on Mahasivatri by Sri Swami Vimalanandaji,
      President of The Divine Life Society. For the list of
      new initiates, please see:

      The following book chapters were uploaded to Sri Swami
      Krishnanandaji's site:

      1) From "True Spiritual Living":
      * Chapter 18: The Power of Yoga

      2) From "Commentary on the Panchadasi"
      * Discourse 15: Chapter 3: Pancha Kosha Viveka -
      Discrimination of the Five Sheaths (Verses 11-23)

      Yours in the service of Gurudev,



      Book Synopsis

      Dialogues from the Upanishads
      By Swami Sivananda

      There is no book in the whole world that is so
      thrilling, soul-stirring and inspiring as the
      Upanishads. The philosophy taught by the Upanishads
      has been the source of solace for many, both in the
      East and the West. The Upanishads teach the Philosophy
      of absolute unity. They contain the sublime truths of
      Vedanta and practical hints and clues which throw much
      light on the pathway of Self-realisation.

      The Eternal Wisdom of the Sages of India is stored in
      the Upanishads. The Upanishads are the cream of the
      Vedas. Each of the four Vedas, the Rigveda, the
      Yajurveda, the Samaveda and the Atharvaveda, has its
      own philosophical and mystical crowning teachings
      which go by the name of the Upanishads. The breadth of
      vision, the profundity of insight and the marvellous
      gamut of inclusiveness revealed in these holy
      writings, considered as Sruti, or revealed Divine
      Messages, are remarkable and breath-taking.

      Dialogues from the Upanishads is a collection of the
      most sublime and thrilling portions of the Upanishads,
      the only authentic source of spiritual knowledge, that
      treat of Jnana or Knowledge of the Self. The
      interpretation of the verses is at once appealing and
      original. It is hoped, however, that spiritual
      aspirants all the world over will be benefited to a
      considerable extent by this publication, for, while it
      serves as a kindly light that leads the aspirants on
      through the dark alleys of Vedanta, it also contains a
      mine of information and knowledge to the layman as

      For more information, please visit:


      JNANA DANA: Referring to Jnana Dana or the "gift of
      knowledge" the Master once said, "Give food to those
      who are hungry and, after a while they will again be
      hungry. Give clothes to the naked and, after a while
      they will again be in need. Give money to the needy
      and, when they have spent it they will be in want once
      more. But give knowledge to all, and you would have
      given them the wherewithal to take care of


      "The knowledge of everything through the knowledge of
      one thing means that everything is made up of that
      same thing." - Swami Krishnananda

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