Blue Beyond Books

Proudly presents

meditation, self improvement and Yoga books

with special focus on writings of Sri Chinmoy
Find your book to learn benefits of meditation, what is spirituality,
and how to boost your positive thinking, self-esteem, confidence,
motivation and personal growth.

List of BooksAbout Sri Chinmoy

Seeking Perfect Health

Spiritual Secrets to Staying Healthy

by Sri Chinmoy

The comprehensive guide offering holistic secrets of physical and mental health as an integral part of a modern spiritual lifestyle

meditation guide

Angels and Fairies

by Sri Chinmoy

Profound and unconventional insight into the connection between the realms of angels and fairies. This beautifully illustrated book brings a fresh, spiritual perspective on the role that these beings play in relation to us.

meditation guide

A Twenty-First Century Seeker

Maintaining spiritual principles in a very hectic world

by Pradhan Balter

Written in fresh, easily understandable and entertaining style, this personal guide to learn meditation offers a proven way towards becoming a happier, more peaceful, and spiritually practical person.

222 Meditation Techniques

222 Meditation Techniques

by Sri Chinmoy

222 guided exercises suitable for both beginners and advanced seekers who wish to explore the world of meditation. Offers a very broad selection of meditation exercises, recognising a widening, mainstream focus on meditation and mindfulness.

The Adventure of Life

On Yoga, meditation, and the art of living

by Sri Chinmoy

The book speaks about the spiritual art of living, society and religion as well as popular New Age topics such as chakras, occult powers and the end of the world, explains the role of spirituality in the modern-day world and highlights the practical value of regular meditation practice.

Sport and Meditation

The Inner Dimension of Sport

by Sri Chinmoy

The definitive guide to transcending our physical capacities and age limits in sport. This is a unique book which challenges our preconceptions of our physical capacities and of the limitations of age.

The Invisible Power within Foods

A comparison of organic & nonorganic

by Walter Dänzer

A revolutionary and easily accessible insight into the differences between organic and nonorganic food quality. Revolutionary use of high quality magnifications of over 50 organic and nonorganic foodstuffs makes the comparison between the two instantly clear.

Heart-Wisdom-Drops

Inspiring Aphorisms for Every Day

by Sri Chinmoy

Set of 55 cards featuring inspirational aphorisms and meditative paintings that bring inspiration to you and yours… An excellent gift, this collection of 55 inspirational cards features aphorisms and meditative paintings by Sri Chinmoy.

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Overcoming fatigue

Overcoming fatigue Question: If we do not drink coffee or tea, what can we do if we start feeling drowsy while driving late at night? Sri Chinmoy: You say that sometimes you feel drowsy while driving. Now, why should coffee or tea have to come to your rescue? There...

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Conscious cooking

Conscious cooking Question: Is there a special consciousness in which to cook for adults, children or other age groups? Sri Chinmoy: While you are cooking for children, if you can maintain an innocent feeling along with your purity, then it will be of great help to...

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Guided meditation for sleep

Guided meditation for sleep - Technique 199: Rest and sleep There is a yogic method of getting rest. In one second you can take the rest of fifteen minutes, half an hour or even more. How can you get that kind of rest? When you go to sleep at night, feel that your...

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The beginning of self-mastery

Before one meditates, the body, vital and mind are constantly imposing their respective agendas upon us. It is easy to see why we can often feel conflicted. We “know” we should do one thing, “feel” like doing another. On the other hand, maybe we’ll just do nothing at...

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Pranayama – secret of Yogic breathing

Technique 47. One-four-two breathing Technique 48. Alternate nostril breathing One-four-two breathing We have a traditional system of controlled breathing in India, which is called pranayama, control of the life-breath. Prana is the vital energy, the life-breath; yama...

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Is it true that each person has a guardian angel?

Question: Is it true that each person has a guardian angel? Sri Chinmoy: Yes. It is absolutely true. In the West, you call this protecting being a guardian angel, while in India, we call it the family deity or the deity of the individual soul. Again, the protecting...

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Can meditation be used to solve problems?

Why does something present itself as a problem to us? Something becomes a problem for us not because it exists, but because that something, whatever it is, disrupts our inner harmony. Two people can walk through the exact same life circumstance. One person can walk...

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Meditations for runners – How to maintain enthusiasm

In short distances—from 100 metres to a mile—it is easy to maintain enthusiasm. You get a burst of energy or inspiration and you go. But for long distances, to maintain enthusiasm is very difficult. There are many, many ways to keep your enthusiasm when you are...

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Is being a vegetarian essential in the spiritual life?

Question: Is being a vegetarian essential in the spiritual life? If we eat meat and fish, then the restless and aggressive qualities of the animal kingdom will enter into us. If our minds or other parts of our being are restless and aggressive, then we cannot have...

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Repeat ‘love’ throughout your body

Meditation technique No.128: Repeat 'love' throughout your body Every day when you meditate, please say the word love before you start your meditation. When you utter the word love, try to feel that your arms, your legs, your eyes and every part of you has increased...

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Meditation in the simplest sense – candle exercise

In an appropriately quiet location, place a lighted candle in front of you and seat yourself a comfortable distance from it, perhaps two or three feet. Sit comfortably erect. The back should be alert. Remember to keep the palms of both your hands over your spiritual heart in the center of your chest.

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