The long awaited book with 73 songs by Siva Yogaswami is now available at our minimela store.
Click here to buy your copies today! It was just recently printed in Malaysia and is available there in Malaysia itself, copies are also being shipped to Mauritius and will be available at the Spiritual Park Minimela shop soon.
The back cover says:
“The profound tradition of Saivism migrated to Sri Lanka centuries ago. It was transmitted in recent times through a lineage of siddhars of the highest order. The late 19th and early 20th century master, Siva Yogaswami of Colombuthurai, left a rich heritage of songs known as Natchintanai (“Good Thoughts”) that contain the essence of Siva worship and Saiva philosophy. This selection of 73 of those songs is meant to serve as an introduction and learning tool for those who would integrate this veritable fountain of divine wisdom into their hearts and lives.”
Below is a sample page showing the Tamil script, transliteration and literal translation.
Sivakatirswami put this book together after several years of work in “off hours.” He wants to thank especially, Professor Manickavel in Chidambaram, Sheela Venkatakrishnan in Chennai, Rishi Thondunathan in Florida for their dedicated collaboration. Every line was painstakingly crafted and edited. That is not to say there may not be a few errors and if you find any please email swami with your notes at email@example.com.
This is part of an on-going project to preserve and promote the songs of Siva Yogaswami. In conjunction with the book we also have a launched a web site with recordings of most of these 72 songs. Go to http://www.himalayanacademy.com/natchintanai/
For the recordings we also have to send a special Mikka Nandri to Mrs. Meena Thavaratnam in Toronto who did a recording of each song in this book for the web. Below you can listen to her sing one of the songs in simple easy to follow Tamil.
Bodhinatha's Latest Upadesha: "Detachment from Experiences; Importance of Daily Vigil" (May 5, 2013)
All experiences are good experiences, necessary to get us here. Awareness of aspects of ourselves that are constantly changing is a liberating perception, breaking our chains to mundane areas, detaching from instinctive and intellectual to go into superconscious. The greatest challenge facing youth today is the lack of relating to the devotional side of Hinduism. Daily practice, daily vigil, moves us forward spiritually. Commentary on Merging with Siva, The Master Course, Lesson 21. Listen Now Click here for all recent talks