Swami Krpalvananda's Writings
Swami Krpalvananda's book "Asana and Mudra" is an encyclopedia of yoga. "The Science of Meditation" thoroughly describes
the exact stages and processes of meditation.
In "Revealing the Secret" he maps out the hidden experiential path of the mystics for today's seekers on the path of yoga.
A Tibetan Buddhist nun;
Director of Gampo Abbey in Nova Scotia,
author and teacher.
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
A Tibetan Buddhist
"crazy wisdom" teacher and author.
He founded the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
Thich Nhat Hanh
A Buddhist monk, poet, peace activist and author.
Sri Nisargatta Maharaj
A great sage of India; a realized master of Advaita teachings.
Baba Hari Dass
A master yogi, having practiced the disciplines of yoga
from childhood. He has been silent since 1952 and communicates by writing.
A teacher belonging to the order known as
the "silent Sufis" which was named after the 14th-Century Sufi, Baha ad-din Naqshband.
Interviews with Jeffery Mishlove
The Sufi Path
Sri Ramakrishna, who was born in 1836 and passed away in 1886, represents the very core of the spiritual realizations of
the seers and sages of India. His whole life was literally an uninterrupted contemplation of God.
Sri Ramana Maharshi
"He bore himself with naturalness and at the same time with dignity. His mien (i.e., bearing, appearance) was cheerful, smiling, polite. His eyes with a gentle benignity rested on my face. His body was absolutely still. He smiled and said, 'Silence is also conversation.' "
- W. Somerset Maugham recalling meeting the Maharshi for the first time.