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Yoga Vasistha can bring a complete transformation in the human personality. Like the beggar in an old fairy tale who turned into- a King when a charmed golden ring fell into his hand, anyone who turns the pages of this book with an inquisitive mind and a heart searching for the truth will discover the infinite beauty of his inner Self. Yoga Vasistha nourishes the soul and awakens a yearning for freedom and an exquisite peace unknown before.

This unique book par excellence has been long awaited by advanced Vedantins and yogis of India be cause it is only available in rare editions of the last century. And it is what the enquiring minds of the West have been desperately needing since they heard the remarks of Schopenhauer: “In the whole world there is no study so beneficial and so elevating as that of the Upanishads. It has been the solace of my life; it will be the solace of my death.”

H.H. Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda, internationally known lecturer and writer of over fifty books on yoga and Vedanta philosophy, has been interpreting and commenting on Yoga Vasistha for over thirty years: first in India for nine years at the Yoga Vedanta Forest Academy, Sivananda Ashram, Ludhiana, and other parts of India, and also in the Dehradum Women’s College. Since coming to the West, Swamiji lectured in Puerto Rico for six years, and now gives weekly lectures here in Miami. Available on cassette tapes, these lectures are an undying treasure.

King Shah Jehan had the choice of only one type of food-grain while he was imprisoned for life, and he chose the garbanzo because of its nourishment and adaptability to a variety of tasty dishes. So too, if I could have only one book for some extraordinary reason to read for the rest of my life, I would choose Yoga Vasistha. After a brief encounter with Yoga Vasistha, the reader will feel that all other books of philosophy have become like old crumbs on the table, while Yoga Vasistha stands like the sweet and vitalizing elixir of life.

Unfortunately, however, due to the lack of knowledge of Yoga Vasistha, the intelligentsia of the West have been unable to realize the vast treasure of profound knowledge that lies hidden in this great work. For this reason, the wisdom of Vedanta has not been understood and assimilated by them.

Yoga Vasistha encompasses in its powerful literature the dramatic stories of the inner states of the mind, and like a brilliant advocate, presents it’s brief with a convincing voice and expert phrasing. Yoga Vasistha has a mystic strategy that convinces the mind to undermine its fancies and imaginations, leading to the realization that the world lies within the mind. Nothing is more inspiring and soul stirring than when the mind lifts itself from the quagmire of false perceptions of the senses and sees the contents of waking, dream and deep sleep as the refraction of the Light of Consciousness filtering through the layers of egoistic illusions.

The awe-inspiring awakening of the knowledge that “You are not this body, not this mind, and not this intellect” is uplifting and produces a vital change in the overall perception of the world. It is for this reason that sages warn immature aspirants against the wrong interpretations of this grand philosophy; they emphasize the fact that the wisdom of Yoga Vasistha must be received under the guidance of an illumined teacher. For those who are endowed with a mighty strength of intellect and intense dispassion, Yoga Vasistha brings for them the clouds of mystic understanding that burst into the flood of unique bliss.

The greatest scriptures of the world have always blended parables, illustrations and stories to bring about a striking impression—like a flash of lightning upon the sleeping mind in order to awaken it sharply to the light of the truth. Yoga Vasistha abounds with these. Yoga Vasistha, in its broad spectrum, encompasses topics such as the mysteries of the soul, death and reincarnation, the subtle operations of the unconscious mind which bring about repeated embodiments, the psychic powers, the mystic energy known as Kundalini, and the techniques of spiritual enquiry and meditation. A studious reader, therefore, will meet for the first time a challenge to his intellect to discover the secret wealth of the Self and to explore the mysteries of the mind.

It is to be noted that humor and wit permeate the writings and lectures of Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda, like a green creeper adorning the tree of Liberation. But behind this, Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda gives to the world his most memorable writing which has been guarded as a secret mystic wealth by the sages of India for along time. This book by Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda presents you with the key to heavenly bliss and perfection, and every page of this book is filled with his blessings.

May the golden sun of your eternal Self rise from behind the horizon of distractions and mental limitations and encompass you in the greatest of beauty and sublime love which are the very essence of your real Self!

 

  Dedication 5
  Publisher‘s Note 5
  Introduction 15
 
NIRVANA PRAKARANA—PURVARDHA
 
1 The Dispersal of the Assembly in Ayodhya 21
2 The Dissolution of the Chitta 24
3 The Cessation of the Delusion of Duality 28
4 The Cessation of the Chitta 30
5 Sri Rama Speaks of His Experiences 32
6 The Negation of the Body-Idea 34
7 Extensions of Ignorance 39
8 Ignorance Compared to a Creeper 43
9 The Division of the Three Gunas 46
10 Enquiry Leading to the Removal of Ignorance 47
11 The Vision of “All This Is Brahman” 51
12 The Divine State of the Sages 58
13 Two Methods of Destroying the Vasanas 51
14-16 The Story of Kaka Bhushunda Begins 62
17-19 Story of Birth and Enlightenment of Kaka Bhushunda 67
20 The Similarity of Worlds in Every Kalpa 72
21 Description of the Kalpa Tree and the Mysterious Creation 74
22 Kaka Bhushunda Remembers Similar Events in Numerous Cycles of Creation 78
23 The Mystic Method of Mastering Death 80
24 The Mystic Path of Controlling the Pranas 84
25 Meditation on Spontaneous Functions of Prana and Apana 87
26 The Deathless State Attained by Kaka Bhushunda 91
27 Kaka Bhushunda Is Praised by Vasistha 97
28 The Illusoriness of the Body and the World 98
29 Sage Vasistha Recalls Lord Shiva’s Instructions 104
30 The Mystic Art of Worshipping the Supreme Self 114
31 Description of Consciousness through the Negation of the World-process 121
32 Consciousness Involved in the Process of Embodiment 126
33 The Negation of Multiplicity by Spiritual Enquiry 130
34 Transcending the Three States of Consciousness 134
35 The Supreme Self as the Progenitor of all Gods 137
36 The Glorious Attributes of Pure Consciousness 139
37 The Dance of the Time Spirit 141
38 The Worship of God through Objective Meditation 184
39 The Subjective Worship of Lord Shiva 148
40 The Supreme Self As the Essence of Gods 151
41 and 42. The Falsity of the World 154
42 Sri Rama Enjoys Spiritual Bliss 157
43 Sri Rama Enjoys Spiritual Bliss 157
44 The Method of Destroying Attachments 159
45 Brahman Compared to a Bilwa Fruit 161
46 Brahman Compared to a Painting—in-a-Fruit 162
47 Brahman as the Mass of Consciousness 164
48 The innermost Self and Brahman Are Identical 166
49 Enquiry into the Nature of the World—process 167
50 The Illusoriness of the Subtle Body 169
51 The illusion of the Senses 171
52 Arjunakhyan-Story of Krishna’s Teachings to Arjuna 175
53 Lord Krishna's Instructions 178
54 Instructions1orAttaining Freedom from Bondage 182
55 It is the Knowledge of the Self that Confers Release 187
56 The Means to Liberation 192
57 The Vision That Ends All Vasanas 195
58 Arjuna Attains Enlightenment 197
59 The Vision of a Liberated Sage 199
60 The Glory of The Self 203
61 The Long Dream of the World-process 205
62 The Story of Jivata 207
63 The Story of Jivata Continues 208
  (Mystic Meaning of the Story of Jivata) 210
64 The Attainment of Shivahood 212
65 The Story of the Mendicant Applies to All Souls 215
66 Similarity in Creation 216
67 Knowledge of the Truth Destroys Bondage 287
68 Four Types of Silence 218
69 Conclusion of the Story of the Mendicant 223
70 The Dialogue between the King and the Vetala 224
71 Answers to the Questions of the Vetala 227
72 The King Continues to Give Answers 228
  (Mystic Meaning of the Story of the Vetala) 230
73 & 74 King Bhagiratha's Story 232
75 King Bhagiratha’s Liberation 235
76 Bhagiratha Resumes the Rulership of His Kingdom 237
77 The Story of Queen Chudala and King Shikhidhwaja 240
78 Queen Chudala Attains Wisdom 241
79 Shikhidhwaja Notices the Spiritual Beauty of Chudala 246
80 Yogic Techniques for Attaining Psychic Powers 248
81 Kundalini Shakti and the Cessation of Diseases 250
82 Description of Siddhis in the Story of Queen Chudala 205
83 The Parable of Kirata 257
84 King Shikhidhwaja Enters Forest for Attaining Liberation 258
85 Queen Chudala Observes the Inner State of the King 261
86 Chudala Tells a Fictitious Story of Her Identity as Kumbha Muni 257
87 King Shikhidhwaja Seeks Spiritual Instructions from Kumbha Muni (Queen Chudala) 268
88 Parable of Chintamani (Wish-yielding Jewel) 272
89 The Parable of the Elephant 274
90 Meaning of the Parable of the Wish-yielding Jewel 276
91 Meaning of the Parable of the Elephant from the Vindhya Mountains 276
92 The King Endeavors to Renounce All His Possessions 277
93 Kumbha Muni Teaches the Secret of Renunciation 279
94 Kumbha Muni Gives Insight into Renunciation 284
95 How to Remove Ignorance 288
96 Negation of the World-process 290
97 Pure Consciousness Is the Reality behind All Names and Forms 291
98 Negation of the Chitta 292
99 Kumbha Muni Continues to Enlighten Shikhidhwaja 293
100 Brahman is the Self-effulgent Reality 294
101 Shikhidhwaja Attains Enlightenment 286
102 Kumbha Muni Disappears, Leaving the King in a Profound State of Meditation 299
103 Queen Chudala Awakens the King from Samadhi 299
104 Kumbha Muni Plans to Test the Firmness of King Shikhidhwaja’s Realization 301
105 Kumbha Muni Relates a False Story 302
106 Kumbha Muni (Chudala) Assumes the Form of Madanika and Marries Shikhidhwaja 303
107 Queen Chudala tests the spiritual attainment of King Shikhidhwaja 305
108 Queen Chudala Creates the illusion of Madanika's Infidelity 307
109 King Exercises His Intuitive Mind and Praises Chudala 309
110 The King and Queen Rule Their Kingdom as Enlightened Sages 315

 

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Yoga Vasistha can bring a complete transformation in the human personality. Like the beggar in an old fairy tale who turned into- a King when a charmed golden ring fell into his hand, anyone who turns the pages of this book with an inquisitive mind and a heart searching for the truth will discover the infinite beauty of his inner Self. Yoga Vasistha nourishes the soul and awakens a yearning for freedom and an exquisite peace unknown before.

This unique book par excellence has been long awaited by advanced Vedantins and yogis of India be cause it is only available in rare editions of the last century. And it is what the enquiring minds of the West have been desperately needing since they heard the remarks of Schopenhauer: “In the whole world there is no study so beneficial and so elevating as that of the Upanishads. It has been the solace of my life; it will be the solace of my death.”

H.H. Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda, internationally known lecturer and writer of over fifty books on yoga and Vedanta philosophy, has been interpreting and commenting on Yoga Vasistha for over thirty years: first in India for nine years at the Yoga Vedanta Forest Academy, Sivananda Ashram, Ludhiana, and other parts of India, and also in the Dehradum Women’s College. Since coming to the West, Swamiji lectured in Puerto Rico for six years, and now gives weekly lectures here in Miami. Available on cassette tapes, these lectures are an undying treasure.

King Shah Jehan had the choice of only one type of food-grain while he was imprisoned for life, and he chose the garbanzo because of its nourishment and adaptability to a variety of tasty dishes. So too, if I could have only one book for some extraordinary reason to read for the rest of my life, I would choose Yoga Vasistha. After a brief encounter with Yoga Vasistha, the reader will feel that all other books of philosophy have become like old crumbs on the table, while Yoga Vasistha stands like the sweet and vitalizing elixir of life.

Unfortunately, however, due to the lack of knowledge of Yoga Vasistha, the intelligentsia of the West have been unable to realize the vast treasure of profound knowledge that lies hidden in this great work. For this reason, the wisdom of Vedanta has not been understood and assimilated by them.

Yoga Vasistha encompasses in its powerful literature the dramatic stories of the inner states of the mind, and like a brilliant advocate, presents it’s brief with a convincing voice and expert phrasing. Yoga Vasistha has a mystic strategy that convinces the mind to undermine its fancies and imaginations, leading to the realization that the world lies within the mind. Nothing is more inspiring and soul stirring than when the mind lifts itself from the quagmire of false perceptions of the senses and sees the contents of waking, dream and deep sleep as the refraction of the Light of Consciousness filtering through the layers of egoistic illusions.

The awe-inspiring awakening of the knowledge that “You are not this body, not this mind, and not this intellect” is uplifting and produces a vital change in the overall perception of the world. It is for this reason that sages warn immature aspirants against the wrong interpretations of this grand philosophy; they emphasize the fact that the wisdom of Yoga Vasistha must be received under the guidance of an illumined teacher. For those who are endowed with a mighty strength of intellect and intense dispassion, Yoga Vasistha brings for them the clouds of mystic understanding that burst into the flood of unique bliss.

The greatest scriptures of the world have always blended parables, illustrations and stories to bring about a striking impression—like a flash of lightning upon the sleeping mind in order to awaken it sharply to the light of the truth. Yoga Vasistha abounds with these. Yoga Vasistha, in its broad spectrum, encompasses topics such as the mysteries of the soul, death and reincarnation, the subtle operations of the unconscious mind which bring about repeated embodiments, the psychic powers, the mystic energy known as Kundalini, and the techniques of spiritual enquiry and meditation. A studious reader, therefore, will meet for the first time a challenge to his intellect to discover the secret wealth of the Self and to explore the mysteries of the mind.

It is to be noted that humor and wit permeate the writings and lectures of Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda, like a green creeper adorning the tree of Liberation. But behind this, Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda gives to the world his most memorable writing which has been guarded as a secret mystic wealth by the sages of India for along time. This book by Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda presents you with the key to heavenly bliss and perfection, and every page of this book is filled with his blessings.

May the golden sun of your eternal Self rise from behind the horizon of distractions and mental limitations and encompass you in the greatest of beauty and sublime love which are the very essence of your real Self!

 

  Dedication 5
  Publisher‘s Note 5
  Introduction 15
 
NIRVANA PRAKARANA—PURVARDHA
 
1 The Dispersal of the Assembly in Ayodhya 21
2 The Dissolution of the Chitta 24
3 The Cessation of the Delusion of Duality 28
4 The Cessation of the Chitta 30
5 Sri Rama Speaks of His Experiences 32
6 The Negation of the Body-Idea 34
7 Extensions of Ignorance 39
8 Ignorance Compared to a Creeper 43
9 The Division of the Three Gunas 46
10 Enquiry Leading to the Removal of Ignorance 47
11 The Vision of “All This Is Brahman” 51
12 The Divine State of the Sages 58
13 Two Methods of Destroying the Vasanas 51
14-16 The Story of Kaka Bhushunda Begins 62
17-19 Story of Birth and Enlightenment of Kaka Bhushunda 67
20 The Similarity of Worlds in Every Kalpa 72
21 Description of the Kalpa Tree and the Mysterious Creation 74
22 Kaka Bhushunda Remembers Similar Events in Numerous Cycles of Creation 78
23 The Mystic Method of Mastering Death 80
24 The Mystic Path of Controlling the Pranas 84
25 Meditation on Spontaneous Functions of Prana and Apana 87
26 The Deathless State Attained by Kaka Bhushunda 91
27 Kaka Bhushunda Is Praised by Vasistha 97
28 The Illusoriness of the Body and the World 98
29 Sage Vasistha Recalls Lord Shiva’s Instructions 104
30 The Mystic Art of Worshipping the Supreme Self 114
31 Description of Consciousness through the Negation of the World-process 121
32 Consciousness Involved in the Process of Embodiment 126
33 The Negation of Multiplicity by Spiritual Enquiry 130
34 Transcending the Three States of Consciousness 134
35 The Supreme Self as the Progenitor of all Gods 137
36 The Glorious Attributes of Pure Consciousness 139
37 The Dance of the Time Spirit 141
38 The Worship of God through Objective Meditation 184
39 The Subjective Worship of Lord Shiva 148
40 The Supreme Self As the Essence of Gods 151
41 and 42. The Falsity of the World 154
42 Sri Rama Enjoys Spiritual Bliss 157
43 Sri Rama Enjoys Spiritual Bliss 157
44 The Method of Destroying Attachments 159
45 Brahman Compared to a Bilwa Fruit 161
46 Brahman Compared to a Painting—in-a-Fruit 162
47 Brahman as the Mass of Consciousness 164
48 The innermost Self and Brahman Are Identical 166
49 Enquiry into the Nature of the World—process 167
50 The Illusoriness of the Subtle Body 169
51 The illusion of the Senses 171
52 Arjunakhyan-Story of Krishna’s Teachings to Arjuna 175
53 Lord Krishna's Instructions 178
54 Instructions1orAttaining Freedom from Bondage 182
55 It is the Knowledge of the Self that Confers Release 187
56 The Means to Liberation 192
57 The Vision That Ends All Vasanas 195
58 Arjuna Attains Enlightenment 197
59 The Vision of a Liberated Sage 199
60 The Glory of The Self 203
61 The Long Dream of the World-process 205
62 The Story of Jivata 207
63 The Story of Jivata Continues 208
  (Mystic Meaning of the Story of Jivata) 210
64 The Attainment of Shivahood 212
65 The Story of the Mendicant Applies to All Souls 215
66 Similarity in Creation 216
67 Knowledge of the Truth Destroys Bondage 287
68 Four Types of Silence 218
69 Conclusion of the Story of the Mendicant 223
70 The Dialogue between the King and the Vetala 224
71 Answers to the Questions of the Vetala 227
72 The King Continues to Give Answers 228
  (Mystic Meaning of the Story of the Vetala) 230
73 & 74 King Bhagiratha's Story 232
75 King Bhagiratha’s Liberation 235
76 Bhagiratha Resumes the Rulership of His Kingdom 237
77 The Story of Queen Chudala and King Shikhidhwaja 240
78 Queen Chudala Attains Wisdom 241
79 Shikhidhwaja Notices the Spiritual Beauty of Chudala 246
80 Yogic Techniques for Attaining Psychic Powers 248
81 Kundalini Shakti and the Cessation of Diseases 250
82 Description of Siddhis in the Story of Queen Chudala 205
83 The Parable of Kirata 257
84 King Shikhidhwaja Enters Forest for Attaining Liberation 258
85 Queen Chudala Observes the Inner State of the King 261
86 Chudala Tells a Fictitious Story of Her Identity as Kumbha Muni 257
87 King Shikhidhwaja Seeks Spiritual Instructions from Kumbha Muni (Queen Chudala) 268
88 Parable of Chintamani (Wish-yielding Jewel) 272
89 The Parable of the Elephant 274
90 Meaning of the Parable of the Wish-yielding Jewel 276
91 Meaning of the Parable of the Elephant from the Vindhya Mountains 276
92 The King Endeavors to Renounce All His Possessions 277
93 Kumbha Muni Teaches the Secret of Renunciation 279
94 Kumbha Muni Gives Insight into Renunciation 284
95 How to Remove Ignorance 288
96 Negation of the World-process 290
97 Pure Consciousness Is the Reality behind All Names and Forms 291
98 Negation of the Chitta 292
99 Kumbha Muni Continues to Enlighten Shikhidhwaja 293
100 Brahman is the Self-effulgent Reality 294
101 Shikhidhwaja Attains Enlightenment 286
102 Kumbha Muni Disappears, Leaving the King in a Profound State of Meditation 299
103 Queen Chudala Awakens the King from Samadhi 299
104 Kumbha Muni Plans to Test the Firmness of King Shikhidhwaja’s Realization 301
105 Kumbha Muni Relates a False Story 302
106 Kumbha Muni (Chudala) Assumes the Form of Madanika and Marries Shikhidhwaja 303
107 Queen Chudala tests the spiritual attainment of King Shikhidhwaja 305
108 Queen Chudala Creates the illusion of Madanika's Infidelity 307
109 King Exercises His Intuitive Mind and Praises Chudala 309
110 The King and Queen Rule Their Kingdom as Enlightened Sages 315

 

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