Sri Chinmoy asked us to offer our meditation classes free of charge, out of a conviction that inner peace is the birthright of everyone. So we definitely dont expect anyone to buy anything.
However, we have used the following books and CD’s for inspiration in our classes for many years – you might find them useful in getting your meditation practice up and going, or improving your existing practise.
222 Meditation Techniques
This recently-released book offers techniques that span the huge variety of reasons that people turn to meditation – from stress relief, improving creativity or athletic performance to self-discovery and inner growth.
Purchase on Amazon or pick up a copy at Gandharva Loka, Cecilia St, Temple Bar.
A practical meditation guide
Sri Chinmoy’s book Meditation: Man-Perfection in God-Satisfaction remains an enduring favourite. With the simplicity and clarity that is the hallmark of Sri Chinmoy’s writings, this comprehensive guide takes you from the first stages of concentration and meditation through to the advanced practice of contemplation.
or pick up a copy at Gandharva Loka, Cecilia St, Temple Bar.
Flute music for meditation
Sri Chinmoy’s flute music is simple and comes straight from the soul. Perfect both as an aid to meditation and relaxation, or just to create a more tranquil atmosphere in your home or office. Listen to a sample:
Available on iTunes/Apple Music/Spotify – or pick up a physical copy at Gandharva Loka, Cecilia St, Temple Bar.
A unique guide to happiness
Ever since he began the Peace Meditations at the UN in 1970, the power of Sri Chinmoy’s initiatives for peace and happiness have been praised by world leaders and have influenced thousands of individuals.
Here, in The Jewels of Happiness, Sri Chinmoy’s insightful words, elegant prose, and shrewd aphorisms form a tapestry of inspiration for people from all walks of life. Addressing such themes as joy, patience, humility, and love, Sri Chinmoy writes with a beautiful simplicity that soothes the heart and moves the spirit.
Purchase on Amazon or at Gandharva Loka, Cecilia St, Temple Bar.
Available from Audible: Audiobook read by 17 distinguished luminaries including Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Olympic champion Carl Lewis