We would like to suggest the following books as a good place to start your exploration of Guruji's teachings.
Kriyayoga - The Science of Food ( vkgkj & foKku )
This book is unique and first of its kind. It is considered to be the best book which contains pertinent information about diet based on the principle and philosophy of Ahimsa (Non-Violence). It also includes all details about food and its digestion in the human body.
1-42 Recharging Steps (Standing Recharging)
Only 42 steps of recharging are brieﬂy described but it is important to note that there are actually many more recharging steps that are not included which are beyond the scope of this booklet. Recharging is dynamic pranayama and is the foundation step of Kriyayoga Meditation. It can be practiced in lying, sitting, standing, walking, running, working, and resting. Recharging fills each and every cell and tissue of the body with Cosmic Consciousness (Cosmic Life force).
Kriyayoga Vidyan (Kriyayoga Science - HINDI)
This book is a compilation of some Kriyayoga articles written by Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyam. Understand the basic fundamentals of The Science of Kriyayoga. Kriyayoga Meditation is the proven scientific technique that solves all problems of Life and fulfills all dreams and desires of all incarnations.
Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda
This best-selling spiritual classic serves as an excellent introduction to the life and teachings of Yogananda. A fascinating and entertaining story, it also answers questions about the purpose of existence, higher consciousness, religion, God, and the challenges of daily spiritual living. It is a book for people of all faiths, for anyone yearning to know what life is truly all about.
Holy Science by Swami Yukteshwar Giri
With an objective to show that all the religions and scriptures are essential, Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri has compiled this book. Written originally in 1894 under the penname of ‘Kaivalya Darsanam’ when he was requested to write the book by Mahavatar Babaji, the author compares extracts between the Upanishads and Bible to show the unity in all religions.