These are English translations without the original language (unless stated otherwise) in large print with small margins, for viewing on a laptop, Kindle, phone, etc.
The Bible - selected books. The original 'King James' English versions, with material not relevant to the story edited out.
1. Genesis - The first book Genesis recounts the Creation, Adam and Eve, Noah and the Flood, and the stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. Only some long genealologies edited out.
117 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
2. The Life of Moses - The next four books of the Bible, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, tell the story of Moses and the Children of Israel. Editing includes the many laws given to Moses by God (except for the Ten Commandments) and lengthy details of the construction of the Ark, Tabernacle, etc.
83 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
The Imitation of Christ - by Thomas a Kempis (c.1430) This classic guide to spiritual life is glowing with humility, love, devotion and surrender to the Divine. 212 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
Devi Mahatmyam - 'The Glory of the Goddess' from the Markandeya Purana recounts the slaying of the demons by the Supreme Goddess. The Sanskrit of the four great Hymns is included. 56 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
Shrimad Devi Bhagavatam - 'The Divine Qualities of the Goddess'. One of the three great texts of Shakti worship, the book contains many details on the worship of the Goddess as well as stories of the Deities. 1200 pages. pdf. Click below to download..
18 Maha-puranas - Condensed stories from the Puranas without the Names and Praises of the Deities.
1360 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
Dhammapada - The Sayings of the Buddha poetically rendered in 26 chapters. 68 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
The Gospel of Thomas - Thomas's Gospel is without narrative, containing only the Sayings of Christ, some of which are not in the Bible. 23 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
The Gospel of Mary - A selection of quotes which are not in the Bible. 3 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
The Poems of Kabir - The 15th century Bhakti Saint's inspiring poetry is still very popular today. Translated by Rabindranath Tagore. 48 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
The Life of Guru Nanak - with some background on the Sikh religion and the Guru Granth Sahib including many of Guru Nanak's wonderful poems translated.
250 pages. pdf. Click below to download.
Amritanubhava. Shri Mataji recommended this other great work of Shri Jnaneshwara expounding the 'Immortal Experience' of Divine Connection: Also included are two smaller poems, and His life-story with historical background.
Tripura Rahasya. In this Sanskrit classic, which was a favourite of Shri Ramana Maharshi, Shri Dattatreya explains to Shri Parashurama the path to knowing and becoming One with the Ultimate Reality through stories and philosophical discourses.
Sharada Chatus-shati. 400 verses lucidly expounding the Tantra philosophy embodied in the Shri Lalita Sahasranama (and Sahaja Yoga) - all about Chakras, Kundalini, etc..
Kena Upanishad. In only 34 verses this ancient text from the Sama Veda discusses the Nature of the Divine.
Material added in the last three months includes . . .
Navaratri - revised edition (SY Books page)
Ganesha Atharva Sheersha -red letter. (Deities - Shri Ganeshsa page)
1000 Names of Shri Mahakali - as a poem (Deities-Devi page)
1000 Names of Shri Mahakali (list) updated 05-01-17
The Imitation of Christ - Thomas a Kempis' classic guide to spiritual life. (Sacred Books page)
Navaratri - a collection of the traditional praises said on the nine nights. (SY books page - 'Researches in Sahaja Yoga No.6)
The Three Worlds - an investigation into the three-fold nature of Creation. (SY Books page)
Sanskrit Pronunciation Guide
Glossary of Sanskrit words in SY
Sets of 108 and 1000 names
Short Introductions to the Deities (coming soon........)
- available to download
'Researches in Sahaja Yoga' Series of books on Sahaj topics:
A Selection of English translations of Sacred Books including:-
8 versions of the Ganesha Atharva Sheersha + slide-show
Pronouncing the name Ganesha
Some short articles on Sahaj topics:-
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