Karma-Yoga & Bhakti-Yoga

Karma Yoga Bhakti Yoga By Swami Vivekananda Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga describes the way to reach perfection through the performance of daily work in a non attached spirit i e Karma Yoga the path of selfless action and by

  • Title: Karma-Yoga & Bhakti-Yoga
  • Author: Swami Vivekananda
  • ISBN: 9780911206227
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • By Swami Vivekananda, Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga describes the way to reach perfection through the performance of daily work in a non attached spirit i.e Karma Yoga the path of selfless action and by sublimating human affection into divine love i.e Bhakti Yoga the path of divine love Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga, along with Jnna Yoga and Rja Yoga, are considered cBy Swami Vivekananda, Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga describes the way to reach perfection through the performance of daily work in a non attached spirit i.e Karma Yoga the path of selfless action and by sublimating human affection into divine love i.e Bhakti Yoga the path of divine love Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga, along with Jnna Yoga and Rja Yoga, are considered classics and outstanding treatises on Hindu philosophy Swami Vivekananda s deep spiritual insight, fervid eloquence, and broad human sympathy shine forth in these works and offer inspiration to all spiritual seekers.

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    1. This book covers two of the most important spiritual paths of Hinduism in eloquent and evocative language with a direct appeal to the heart.However, by no means is it restricted to a particular belief or sect. This book is a collection of speeches and writings of Swami Vivekananda on Karma and Bhakti Yoga; the lectures read together very well and if one were not told in advance that this was a collection, it would read just like a book.Swami Vivekananda has a genius for giving an unexpected angl [...]

    2. Wisdom for life. Read it for my yoga teacher training and found the concepts deeply thought-provoking and applicable to my own Christian beliefs. Definitely changes the way that you think about your day job. If it feels unsatisfying now, reading this book can help you see purpose in work, whatever it is that you do. He also touches on love and virtue in relation to each other, wisdom that young people need these days. Still relevant!

    3. Karma-Yoga Traduit de l’anglais par Jean Herbert (Union des Imprimeries, Frameries, Belgique). – Ce livre est, dans l’ensemble, meilleur que le précédent, sans doute parce qu’il touche moins à des questions d’ordre proprement doctrinal et intellectuel ; c’est, si l’on veut, une sorte de commentaire de la Bhagavad-Gîtâ, qui n’en envisage à vrai dire qu’un aspect très partiel, mais qui est en somme acceptable dans les limites où il se tient ; l’idée du swadharma, celle [...]

    4. As pleasure and pain pass before his soul they have upon itdifferent pictures, and the result of these combined impressions is what is called man's "character". If you take the character of any man, it really is but the aggregate of tendencies, the sum total of the bent of his mind; you will find that misery and happiness are equal factors in the formation of that character. Good and evil have an equal share in moulding character, and in some instances misery is a greater teacher than happiness. [...]

    5. This book i guess,is one of the best work to help understand the Hindu religion from a rational point of view.A complete delight to read.Swami vivekananda breaks the myth and misunderstanding related with yoga and religion in such a holistic way,it becomes difficult to stop reading once we start the book.All praise for this one.

    6. I remember reading this book ten years ago and still Vivekananda's words speak louder to me then my own voice. This book is recommended for anyone who's faith needs a good kick in the ass! The translation of this amazing book is flawless!

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