Nitya Chaitanya Yati

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Nitya Chaitanya Yati was a philosopher, psychologist, author and poet. He was an exponent of Advaita Vedanta and the successor to Nataraja Guru, who was in turn the successor to Narayana Guru.

Nitya succeeded Nataraja as head of the "Narayana Gurukulam", a worldwide contemplative community, after a long apprenticeship.[1]

Works in English[edit]

  • That Alone, the Core of Wisdom, DK Print World (2013) ISBN 81-246-0240-9
  • Love and Blessings (Autobiography), Narayana Gurukala (2000) ISBN 0-9706549-0-1
  • Meditations on the Self, Narayana Gurukala (1974)
  • Psychology of Darsana Mala, DK Print World (2004) ISBN 81-246-0254-9
  • In the Stream of Consciousness, East-West University (1976)
  • Bhagavad Gita, South Asia Books (1993) ISBN 81-246-0010-4
  • Living the Science of Harmonious Union (Patanjali’s Yoga Shastra), DK Print World (2009) ISBN 81-246-0494-0

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Scott Teitsworth, "Introduction to the American Edition" in "Love and Blessings: The Autobiography of Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati". (Varkala, Kerala, Bainbridge Island, Washington, Portland, Oregon: Narayana Gurukula, 2003), XXVI.