This is the podcast of the English explanation of Advanced Shiva Puja. This part of the Shiva Puja Class is the establishment of divinity in the Divine Fire. In the previous classes we established Lord Shiva in ours hearts and now we are taking him out and placing him his divinity within the Divine Fire.
Shiva is the Consciousness of Infinite Goodness.
In this podcast series, Swamiji reads the English translation of the puja mantras, stopping at certain points to provide further explanation and answer questions.
The Rudrashtadhyayi, from the Shukla Yajur Veda, is an ancient and celebrated Vedic Sanskrit hymn to Lord Shiva.
In this podcast series Swami Satyananda Saraswati reads the English translation of this ancient scripture.
This is the podcast of the Shiva Sankalpa Stotram chanted in Sanskrit and explained in English.
Questions with Swamiji about the Avilom Vilom Samput: What is the Avilom Vilom samput? Swamiji Says: Avilom Vilom samput is chanting the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra with “Om Jum sah Om Bhur Bhuvah Svah” added before the mantra, and the reverse “Svah Bhuvah Bhur Om Sah Jum Om” at the end of the mantra. What […]
Rudrashtadhyayi is an ancient and celebrated hymn to Lord Shiva that is chanted continually at the jyotir lingams. The Vedic poems of the Rudrashtadhyayi convey the spiritual emotion, or bhava, of the passionate love and worship of Lord Shiva. This class demonstrates the technical aspects of chanting while drawing us into intuitive experience of these ancient mantras.
There are eight videos in the Rudrashtadhyayi class by Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Shree Maa.
Shiva is Pure Consciousness. By performing Shiva’s worship we cultivate the qualities of a yogi. This video teaches a Beginners Puja, Intermediate Puja, and Advanced Puja of Lord Shiva and gives the complete system for a Vedic Yajna, or fire sacrifice.
There are twenty-three videos in the Shiva Puja and Advanced Yajna class by Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Shree Maa.
Swami Satyananda Saraswati discusses why and how we worship on Shivaratri. He answers questions about the holy day’s pujas, the symbolism of Shiva’s madness following the death of Sati, and tells one of the many stories regarding the origin of Shivaratri.
Shree Maa chants the Vishnu Sahasranam from the Mahabharata and Om Namah Shivaya. Together, Vishnu and Shiva they sustain and transform the universe.
Maa’s chanting is soothing balm for the soul.
This recording contains all the mantras from the Advanced Shiva Puja book as well as the songs in the appendix. Swamiji’s chanting is clear, powerful, and full of bhava.
This disc makes an excellent companion to the Advanced Shiva Puja book. Hearing Swamiji’s chanting and chanting along with him is an excellent way to learn the mantras.
The Rudrashtadhyayi, an ancient Vedic Sanskrit hymn in praise of Lord Shiva in his form as Rudra, the Reliever of Sufferings. It consists of eight chapters that emanated from the Shukla Yajur Veda, one of the oldest spiritual expressions of man kind.
This ancient hymn has been chanted by sincere seekers for thousands of years. Om Namah Shivaya!
In this recording Swami Satyananda Saraswati chants the mantras from the Beginner Shiva Puja book. It is an invaluable resource for the beginning pujari and for anyone interested in learning yogic worship.
Swamiji’s chanting is very slow and clear, making it easy to follow along and learn the mantras.
“Shiva is in My Heart” is a series of songs sung by Shree Maa for Lord Shiva, some written by Shree Maa herself. The songs are full of palpable devotion to Lord Shiva and evoke both intense feeling and light hearted peace.
These songs will fill your mind with devotion to Lord Shiva. Highly recommended for all Shiva worshippers!
The Mahamrtyunjaya Mantra is the mantra of the great victory over death. It is a prayer to Lord Shiva, and a powerful healing mantra. This disc has Shree Maa and devotees chanting this mantra.
The chanting on this CD is full of powerful healing vibrations. Excellent for healing on every level.
“Tattva Jnana” means “The Knowledge of the Principles”. This book outlines and enumerates the 36 principles of Tantra as well as the major schools of Indian philosophy and the wisdom that they share.
Indian philosophy in outline format written by a realized being. Students of spirituality will find their time with this book well spent.