Satyachetana Publications, or “SatPub,” was founded in 2004 as the publishing wing of the Satya-chetana Spiritual Movement. The company’s mission is to contribute to the spread of Truth-consciousness by publishing the works of spiritual masters, devotional CD’s, spiritual research, and related projects.
SatPub operates as a yogic corporation, applying spiritual principles to the world of commerce. The Board of Directors acts with a conscious and concerted effort to practice the yoga of business, rather than engage in the business of yoga.
"Gita, the celestial song, is the essence of eternal wisdom. It is neither a teaching nor a preaching. It is a revelation from the Supreme to the spark. It deals with different stages of the eternal journey that begins from turmoil and ends with the withering away of the ego." (From the Introduction.) This is the most recently revised English translation as revealed by Swami Sri Atmananda.
A guidebook for awakened seekers searching for a contemporary route to travel on the inner path. From a lifetime of spiritual practice, Swami Sri Atmananda shares experiential wisdom on the Yoga of Bhagavad Gita.
This handbook is based on the principles of the Bhagavad Gita, and is compiled from the spiritual journal of a living enlightened master. Test Your Attainment contains powerful, timeless questions and techniques by which to gauge and guide one's progress on the yoga path, with Swamiji's commentary that reveals with experiential clarity the key concepts of Gita that apply to each situation.
A powerful tool for daily self-evaluation of one's progress on the yoga path, with 33 questions plus commentary, to measure one's attainment. "This diary served me as a living document throughout my journey as a seeker. It was my constant companion in my solitary march to the goal. By sincerely following this and noting my failures, I found the secret path to success in yoga." -Swami Sri Atmananda
Simplified English phonetic transliteration of the Sanskrit text of the Bhagavad Gita. Designed for those that are new to chanting, and written in as simple a format as possible, with no diacritical marks.