Books by Swami Kripalu
Books by Swami Kripalu
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A Sunrise of Joy: The Lost Darshans of Swami Kripalu compiled and edited by John Mundahl (paperback book with bonus CD)
A Sunrise of Joy: The Lost Darshans of Swami Kripalu, compiled and edited by John Mundahl and The Story of Eklavia as told by Bapuji CD
From the Heart of the Lotus: The Teaching Stories of Swami Kripalu compiled by John Mundahl (paperback book)
Kripalu was a renowned master of kundalini yoga. Even though he maintained the most rigorous spiritual discipline (including 22 years spent in complete silence), he was fond of telling unforgettable, often funny and heart-warming stories as a way of making his teachings relevant to everyday life.
In 1977, Swami Kripalu surprised his thousands of Indian followers by accepting an invitation from his devoted disciples, Gurudev and Mataji, (Yogi Amrit Desai and Urmila Desai) to visit America. He was so struck by the spiritual openness of the American youth he met that he stayed more than four years. He deviated from his life of silence to deliver a series of teachings from which the stories in this book are largely derived. The stories themselves contain the essence of his deepest spiritual teachings, which still serve today as the foundation of Kripalu Yoga CenterÕs approach to yoga and spiritual life.
Infinite Grace: The Story of My Spiritual Lineage by Swami Rajarshi Muni (paperback book)
Infinite Grace is the story of Yogi Amrit Desai’s guru, Swami Kripalu (more affectionately known as Bapuji), and Lord Lakulish (Dadaji), Bapuji’s guru. Written by Swami Rajarshi Muni.
Pilgrim of Love: The Life and Teachings of Swami Kripalu edited by Atma Jo Ann Levitt (paperback book)
“Atma’s thoughtful and creative approach to his life and teachings in Pilgrim of Love builds a strong foundation for getting to know this extraordinary master of yoga.” — Stephen Cope
Sayings of Swami Kripalu: Inspiring Quotes from a Contemporary Yoga Master edited by Richard Faulds (paperback book)
Swami Kripalu was a remarkable man, a bridge between the traditions of ancient India and contemporary Western society. This book is primarily a compilation of quotes from Swami Kripalu’s four years in the West and also draws on translations of earlier talks and written works that remain unpublished in English.
Songs of Love: Prayers, Chants and Bhajans (booklet)
Songs of Love contains ancient chants, prayers and mantras from the Lineage of Shri Bhagwan Lakulish, Shri Swami Kripalvanandji (Kripalu), and Shri Gurudev Yogi Amrit Desai. Includes many of the chants and prayers Bapuji used. English translations and interpretations are included with Sanskrit and Gujarati verses.
Swimming with Krishna: Teaching Stories from the Kripalu Yoga Tradition edited by Richard Faulds (paperback book)
Richard Faulds, who edited and provides the commentary for this lovely collection of teachings, believes the legends of Lakulish and others can also be read as deeply symbolic. Interpreted in this light, these teaching stories convey vital messages for anyone treading the Kripalu Yoga path.