Jap-Tap-Dhyan The Tripple Path of Sadhana

Jap-Tap-Dhyan The Tripple Path of Sadhana

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Item Code: IDH306
Author: Gurudev Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya, Translated by T. N. Sahai
Publisher: Yug Nirman Yojna Press Gayatri Tapobhumi, Mathura
Edition: 2004
Pages: 78
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 7" X 4.6"
Weight 60 gm
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Shriram Sharma Acharya, a pioneer of spiritual renaissance was born on 20th September 1911, in Anwalkheda, Agra District. He scrupulously carried out the biddings of his Guru, a great Himalayan Yogi, when he was fifteen years of age.

He took part in the struggle for independence as a volunteer, went to jail a number of times and embarked upon the task of social and moral upliftment through spiritual means in 1935 with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi.

A sage, a visionary and a reformer, the Acharya initiated Yug Nirman Yojna, a mass movement for transformation of Era, lived a disciplined life of devout austerity, visited the Himalayas several times and attained spiritual eminence.

The Gayatri Pariwar fraternity, Shantikunj Ashram - an academy for moral and spiritual awakening, Brahamvarchas Research Institute - which strives to synthesize science with spirituality and over 4000 social reform centres (Shaktipeeths) are his greatest contributions to the modern world.

He wrote commentary on entire Vedic Vangmaya and accomplished a feat of writing more than 3200 books on all aspects of life.

The Acharya, Great devotee of Gayatri lived an ideal life for 80 years and voluntarily shed his physical sheath on Gayatri Jayanti, 2an June 1990

Introduction 5
The Role of Jap in spiritual Seeking 8
Prayer is not flattery 11
Upasana means seeking proximity to God 17
Human mouth- The extraordinary powerhouse of energy 19
Jap Yog and Mantra Shakti 21
An analogy with type writer 24
Jap creates psychic friction/ stimulation 24
The supersonics of Jap, Yoga 25
Mechanics of energy flow in Jap 26
Types of Jap 27
Ahat and Anahat sounds 28
Soham - I am that 29
The amnesia of self identity 35
God as the Role model 37
A sure remedy for psychic disorders 39
Dhyan yoga for communion with God 40
Harnessing the powers of mind 42
Miracles of concentration 43
Controlling the subconscious 45
Concentration is the key to harnessing the powers of mind 48
Sakar and Nirakar Upasana 50
The necessity of symbols (idols) 52
Meditation is more than concentration 54
Total surrender is the key to success in Sadhana 55
God can never be seen with eyes of flesh 56
Nirakar Upasana 57
Sakar Upasana 58
Coherence in thoughts 59
God is beyond mental comprehension 61
The concept of deities 61
For worship choose only one deity 64
Enlightenment from SAVITA 64
Introduction 68
Twelve Fold Gayatri Tap 71
1. Aswad Tap (Non-attachment to taste) 71
2. Titiksha Tap (Forbearance) 72
3. Karshan Tap (Self dependence) 72
4. Upwas (Fasting) 73
5. Kalpa Tap Gavya (Depending on cow-products) 73
6. Pradatavya Tap (Service of the needy) 74
7. Niskashan Tap (Confession) 75
8. Sadhana Tap 75
9. Brahmacharya Tap (Continence) 76
10. Chandrayan Tap (Regulating meals according to the phases of the Moon) 76
11. Maun Tap (Silence) 77
12. Arjan Tap (Striving to acquire progressive excellence in wisdom, knowledge, skills) 77
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