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Kundalini Bibliography

Version 1.0, January 1998

Copyright Kurt Keutzer, 1998 (keutzer@eecs.berkeley.edu)


The following is a bibliography of works related to Kundalini. This is a first draft version and focuses primarily on works in English from the Indian and Tibetan traditions, although there are a few works in Sanskrit, Hindi and Tibetan as well. The status of the different areas is noted at the titles. Status currently ranges from very incomplete to nearly comprehensive. The ultimate goal of the bibliography is to be focused and comprehensive and it is the former property that gives any hope of allowing for the latter. As a result this bibliography focused on works of teachers and traditions which are primarily associated with kundalini. While many spiritual traditions acknowledge that kundalini is essential to spiritual development, only those that awaken it consciously are included here. Also while kundalini is central to tantra, a bibliography of tantra has not been attempted here. Given those caveats this work does attempt to survey both traditional sources and contemporary teachers of the broad family of kundalini yogas. The order within topics is intended to be chronological. No hidden messages are intended in either the grouping, ordering or inadvertent deletion of a teacher or lineage.

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 Table of Contents

      Classical Shaiva and Shakta Literature

      Buddhist Tantras and their Indian Commentaries

      Contemporary Literature of Siddha Yoga, Siddha Mahayoga and Kundalini Mahayoga

      Contemporary Literature of Hatha, Laya and Kriya Yoga

      Buddhist Tantric Literature by way of Tibet

      Taoist Literature

      Contemporary Experiental Literature of these Traditions

      Contemporary Western Works and Scientific References


      Classical Shaiva and Shakta Literature of Kundalini Yoga

      Literature of the Tantras

      Classical Literature of the Shaivism of Kashmir

      Classical Literature of the Sri Vidya Tradition

      Classical Literature of Hatha, Laya and Kriya Yoga

      Contemporary analyses of this classical literature

      Literature of the Tantras (incomplete)

      Tantraraja Tantra:
      Avalon, Arthur, and Lakshmana Shastri. 1981. Tantraraja Tantra. Translated by Avalon. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,740 pages. (In Sanskrit).

      Kularnava Tantra: Verse 39 of Chapter 40 deals with shaktipat. Verses 64-66 of that chapter deal with Vedakiksha.
      Rai, Ram Kumar. 1983. Kularnava Tantra. Translated by Rai. Varanasi: Prachya Prakashan,377 pages.

      Woodroffe, Sir John, and M. P. Pandit. 1984. Kularnava Tantra. Translated by Woodroffe, Pandit. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,357 pages. (In Sanskrit).

      Vijnanabhairava Tantra

      Singh, Jaideva. 1979. Vijnanabhairava. Translated by Jaideva Singh. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,173 pages.
       

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      Shiva Purana

      Siva Purana Volume 1.  4 vols. Vol. 1. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,473 pages.

      Siva Purana Volume 2. 4 vols. Vol. 2. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,474-1066 pages.

      Siva Purana Volume 3. 4 vols. Vol. 2. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,1067-1571 pages.

      Siva Purana Volume 4. 4 vols. Vol. 4. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,1572-2120 pages.
       

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       Literature of the Shaivism of Kashmir (incomplete)

       Vasgupta

      Vasgupta. 1979. Siva Sutras. Translated by Jaideva Singh. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,278 pages.

      Vasgupta. 1980. The Spanda Karikas. Translated by Jaideva Singh. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,210 pages.

      Vasgupta. 1992. The Aphorisms of Siva. Translated by Mark S. G. Dyczkowski. Albany, NY: State University of New York,247 pages.

      Vasgupta. 1992. The Stanzas on Vibration. Translated by Mark S. G. Dyczkowski. Edited by H. P. Alper, The SUNY Series in the Shaiva Traditions of Kashmir. Albany, NY: SUNY,427 pages.

      Kshemaraja

      Ksemaraja. 1982. Pratyabhijnahridayam. Translated by Jaideva Singh. Fourth ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,187 pages.
       

      Kshemaraja. 1994. The Shiva Sutra Vimarsini of Kshemaraja. Translated by P. T. Shrinivas Iyengar. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications,87 pages.


      Abhinavagupta

      Abhinavagupta was probably the clearest exponent of the process of shaktipat. He described it in detail in the 13th Ahnika of Tantraloka. The related process of vedhadiksha is discussed in the 29th Ahnika. Unfortunately the Tantraloka remains untranslated in English  although it is translated into Italian by R. Gnoli and his writings on shaktipat are analysed by SenSharma.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 1. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 1. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,345 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 2. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 2. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,346-696 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 3. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 3. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,697-1340 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 4. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 4. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,1341-1884 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 5. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 5. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,1885-2439 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 6. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 6. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,2440-3106 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 7. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 7. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,3106-3644 pages.

      Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume 8. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 8. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,3645-3909 pages.

      Rastogi, Najivan. 1987. Introduction to the Tantraloka. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,589 pages.
       

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      Literature of the Sri Vidya Tradition (incomplete)

      Kundalini is mentioned intermittently in verses 90 to 111 of Lalitasahasranama and is discussed in detail in Bhaskaraya's commentary.
      Bhaskaraya. 1972. Mantrasastra Lalita Sahasranaman with Bhaskaraya's Commentary. Translated by R. Ananthakrishna Sastry. Adyar, Madras: The Adyar Library and Research Center,461 pages.

      Prasad, R. 1994. Lalita Sahasranama. Translated by R. Prasad. Delhi: Nag Publishers,265 pages.

      Vasavada, A. U. 1965. Tripura Rahasya. Translated by A. U. Vasavada, Chowkambha Sanskrit Studies. Varanasi: Chowkhama Sanskrit Series Office,208 pages.
       

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      Classical literature of hatha, laya and kriya yoga (hopefully fairly comprehensive)

      Goswami's book deserves special notice. This one of the finest reference works ever written on the family of kundalini yogas.

      Goswami, Shyam Sundar. 1980. Layayoga. London: Routeledge & Kegan Paul Ltd.,342 pages.

      Gorakshanath and Matsyendranath(10th Century)

      Gorakhnath. 1982. Goraksha Sataka. In Gorkhnath and the Kanphata Yogis, edited by G. W. Briggs. New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

      Banerjea, Akshaya Kumar. 1988. Philosophy of Gorakhnath with Goraksha Vacana Sangraha. First ed. New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,355 pages.

      Matsyendranath. 1986. Kaulajnana nirnaya. In Kaulajnana Nirnaya, edited by P. C. Bagchi. Varanasi: Prachya Prakashan,134 134.
       

      Hatha Yoga Pradipika (14th Century)

      Svatarama. 1972. The Hathayogapradipika of Svatmarama. Translated by Radha Burnier and Tookaram Tatya. Adyar, Madras: The Adyar Library and Research Center,106 pages.

      Svatmarama. 1970. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Translated by Swami Digambarji and Raghunathashastri Kokaje. First ed. Lonavla, Maharashtra: Kaivalyadhama,230 pages.

      Svatmarama. 1984. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Translated by Pancham Sinh. First ed. Delhi: Shri Satguru Publications,63 pages.

      Svatmarama. 1985. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Translated by Swami Muktibodhananda Saraswati. First ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,106 pages.
       

      Jnaneshvar (13th Century)

      Abhayananda, S. 1989. Jnaneshvar. Naples, Florida: Atma Books,260 pages.

      Jnanadeva. 1984. Amritanubhava. In The Philosophy of Jnanadeva, edited by B. P. Bahirat. New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,157 157.

      Jnaneshvar. 1989. Amritanubhava. In Jnaneshvar, edited by S. Abhayananda. Naples, FL: Atma Books,260 260.

      Jnaneshwar. 1967. Jnaneshvari - Vol 1. Translated by V. G. Pradhan. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 1. London: George Allen and Unwin,353 pages.

      Jnaneshwar. 1967. Jnaneshvari - Vol 2. Translated by V. G. Pradhan. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 2. London: George Allen and Unwin,335 pages.

      Jnaneshwar. 1979. Jnaneshwari. Translated by Ramachandra Keshav Bhagwat. First ed. Maras: Samata Books,689 pages.

      Jnanesvara. 1987. Garland of Divine Flowers. Translated by P. V. Bobde. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,60 pages.
      Ranade, R. D. 1994. The Guru's Guru. Albany, NY: SUNY Press,205 pages.

       

      Lalla (14th Century)

      Muktananda, Swami. 1981. Lalleshwari. Translated by Shri Malta Devi. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: SYDA Foundation,90 pages.

      Parimo, B. N. 1978. The Ascent of Self. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,217 pages.
       

      Hatha Yoga Pradipika (14th Century)

      Svatarama. 1972. The Hathayogapradipika of Svatmarama. Translated by Radha Burnier and Tookaram Tatya. Adyar, Madras: The Adyar Library and Research Center,106 pages.

      Svatmarama. 1970. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Translated by Swami Digambarji and Raghunathashastri Kokaje. First ed. Lonavla, Maharashtra: Kaivalyadhama,230 pages.

      Svatmarama. 1984. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Translated by Pancham Sinh. First ed. Delhi: Shri Satguru Publications,63 pages.

      Svatmarama. 1985. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Translated by Swami Muktibodhananda Saraswati. First ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,106 pages.

      The Yoga Upanishads (14th and 15th Centuries)

      There are 20 yoga upanishads in the collection of Yoga Upanishads edited by Sastri:

      Sastri, A. Mahadeva, ed. 1968. The Yoga Upanishads. Adyar: Adyar LIbrary and Research Center,984 pages. (In Sanskrit).
       

      The following are available English translations of various upanishads, including some yoga upanishads:

      Deussen, Paul. 1980. Sixty Upanishads of the Veda - Part I. Translated by V. M. B edekar , G. B. Palsule. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 1. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,543 pages.

      Deussen, Paul. 1980. Sixty Upanishads of the Veda - Part 2. Translated by V. M. B edekar , G. B. Palsule. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 2. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,544-1095 pages.

      Kriyananda, Goswami. 1993. The Kriya Yoga Upanishad and the Mystical Upanishads. Fourth ed. Chicago: The Temple of Kriya Yoga,99 pages.

      Sastri, A. Mahadeva, ed. 1968. The Yoga Upanishads. Adyar: Adyar LIbrary and Research Center,984 pages.

      Varenne, Jean. 1989. Yoga and the Hindu Tradition. Translated from French by Derek Coltman. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,253 pages. (Contains translation of the Darshana Upanishad)
       
       

      The following list indicates which yoga upanishads are translated in which references:

      Advayataraka Upanishad
      Amritabindu Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Goswami)
      Amritanada Upanishad (Deussen)
      Brahmabindu Upanishad (Deussen)
      Brahmavidya Upanishad (Deussen, Goswami)
      Chulika Upanishad (Deussen, Goswami)
      Darshana Upanishad (Varenne)
      Dhyanabindu Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Goswami)
      Hamsa Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)
      Ksurika Upanishad (Deussen, Goswami)
      Mahavakya Upanishad
      Mandalabrahma Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)
      Nadabindu Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Goswami)
      Pashupatabrahma Upanishad
      Shandilya Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)
      Tejobindu Upanishad (Deussen, Goswami)
      Trishikhibrahma Upanishad
      Varaha Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)
      Yogachudamani Upanishad
      Yogakundali Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Sivananda)
      Yogashikha Upanishad (Goswami)
      Yogatattva Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Goswami)
       

      Shiva Samhita (17th century)

      Ghosh, Shyam. 1980. Siva Samhita. In The Original Yoga. New Delhi: Munishiram Manoharlal,308 308.

      Vasu, Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra. 1979. The Siva Samhita. Translated by Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra Vasu. First ed. Delhi: Shri Satguru Publications,83 pages.
       

      Gheranda Samhita (17th century)

      Ghosh, Shyam. 1980. Gheranda Samhita. In The Original Yoga. New Delhi: Munishiram Manolaharl, 308 pages.

      Vasu, Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra. 1975. The Gheranda Samhita. Translated by Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra Vasu. Second ed. New Delhi: Oriental Books Reprint Corporation,59 pages.
       
       

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      Contemporary Analyses of the Shaiva and Shakta Tantras, the Shaivism of Kashmir, the Sri Vidya Traditions and the Shaiva Natha Yogins (incomplete) Banerjea, Akshaya Kumar. 1988. Philosophy of Gorakhnath with Goraksha Vacana Sangraha. First ed. New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,355 pages.

      Brooks, Douglas Renfrew. 1990. The Secret of the Three Cities. Albany, NY: SUNY Press,307 pages.

      Brooks, Douglas Renfrew. 1992. Auspicious Wisdom. Edited by P. E. M. -Ortega, SUNY Series in Tantric Studies. Albany, NY: SUNY Press,301 pages.

      Dikshitar, V. R. Ramachandra. 1991. The Lalita Cult. Translated by Jaideva Singh. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,100 pages.

      Feuerstein, George. 1990. Encyclopediac Dictionary of Yoga. New York: Paragon House,430 pages.

      Kaul, H. Kumar. 1994. Aspects of Yoga. Delhi: B. R. Publishing Corporation,239 pages.

      Muller-Ortega, Paul E. 1989. The Triadic Heart of Siva. Edited by H. P. Alper, Shaiva Traditions of Kashmir. Albany, NY: SUNY Press,330 pages.

      Rao, S. K. Ramacandra. 1989. Sri Cakra. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications,96 pages.
       

      Rastogi, Najivan. 1979. The Krama Tantricism of Kashmir. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,296 pages.

      SenSharma, Deba Brata. 1990. The Philosophy of Sadhana. Edited by P. Muller-Ortega. First ed, SUNY Series in Tantric Studies. Albany,NY: SUNY,196 pages.
       
       
       

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      Buddhist Tantras and their Indian Commentaries

      Literature of the Buddhist Tantras

       

      Literature of the Buddhist Tantras

      Farrow, G. W., and I. Menon. 1992. The Concealed Essence of the Hevajra Tantra. Translated by G. W. Farrow. First ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,308 pages.


      Literature of the Indian Commentators

      Farrow, G. W., and I. Menon. 1992. The Concealed Essence of the Hevajra Tantra. Translated by G. W. Farrow. First ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,308 pages.   Contains Krishnacarya's commentary known as Yogaratnamala.

      Taranatha. 1989. Life of Krishnacarya. Translated by David Templeman. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives,176 pages.
       

      Taranatha. 1983. The Seven Instruction Lineages. Translated by David Templeman. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives,128 pages.
       

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      Contemporary literature of Siddha Yoga, Siddha Mahayoga and Kundalini Mahayoga (hopefully fairly comprehensive)

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Gangadhar Tirtha

      Literature of the tradition of Bhagavan Nityananda

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Kripalvananda

      Literature of the tradition of Sri Dhyanyogi Madhusudhanandaji

      Literature of Sri Mata Nirmala Devi's Sahaja Yoga

      Literature of the tradition of Lakshman Jee

       
       

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Gangadhar Tirtha

      Swami Vishnu Tirth

      Swami Shivom Tirth and his disciples

      Swami Shankar Puroshottam Tirth and his disciples

      Yogananda, Sri. (none). Mahayoga Vijnana. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri Pith Trust.

      Swami Vishnu Tirth

      Tirth, Swami Vishnu. 1984. Shaktipat patha pradarshika bhaga -2: Kundalini Siddha Mahayoga,319 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1980. Devatma Shakti. Fifth ed. Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,160 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1984. Shri Sadhan Samket. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri Pith Trust,32 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1986. Shaktipat bhaga 2: Shiva Sutra Prabodhini. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,96 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1987. Shaktipat: Kundalini Mahayoga. Fifth ed. Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,82 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1992. Insights into Siddha Mahayoga. Translated by Kusum Seth: privately circulated,54 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Atma Prabodha. Translated by (in Hindi). Fifth ed. Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,218 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Gita Tattva Amrita. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,328 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Patanjal Yoga Darshana. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri Pith Trust,32 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Vaidika Yoga Parichaya. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,176 pages.
       

      Swami Shivom Tirth and his disciples

      Tirth, Swami Shivom. Guidelines to Shaktipat Initiation. Bombay: Swami Shivom Tirth Ashram,20 pages.

      Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1985. A Guide to Shaktipat. First ed. Paige, Texas: Devatma Shakti Society,95 pages.

      Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1985. Sri Japuji Sahib. First ed. Navali: Devatma Shakti Society,135 pages.

      Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1986. Shaktipat patha pradarshika bhaga -3

      Aduladini Siddhamahayoga. Translated by (in Hindi). First ed. Navali: Devatma Shakti Society,256 pages.

      Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1992. Jnana Kiran. First ed. Nawali: Devatma Shakti Society,50 pages.

      Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1993. Shaktipat patha pradarshika bhaga -1. First ed. Devas, Madya Pradesh: Devatma Shakti Society,94 pages.
       

       Swami Shankar Puroshottam Tirth and his disciples

      Tirtha, Swami Shankar Purushottam. 1980. Yoga Vibhuti. First ed. Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri Pith,125 pages.

      Tirtha, Swami Shankar Purushottam. 1992. Yoga Vani. Bayville, NY: Ayurveda Holistic Center Press,195 pages.
       
       

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      Literature of the tradition of Bhagavan Nityananda

      Bhagavan Nityananda

      Hatengdi, M. U. 1984. Nityananda. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,177 pages.

      Nityananda. 1981. Chidakash Geeta. Translated by Dennis. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,136 pages.

      Nityananda. 1985. Nitya Sutras (Chidakash Gita). Translated by M. U. Hatengdi  and Swami Chetanananda. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,209 pages.
       
       

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       Swami Muktananda

      Amma. 1971. Swami Muktananda Paramahamsa. Second ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,90 pages.

      Shankar. 1976. Muktananda - Siddha Guru. First ed. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,65 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1971. Guru. First ed. NY, NY: Harper and Row,175 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1972. Bhagavan Nityananda. First ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,80 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1972. Light on the Path. First ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,108 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1972. Mukteshwari Part I. Translated by Yogananda

      George Dowden. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. I. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,160 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1972. Mukteshwari Part II. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. II. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,188 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1972. So'ham Japa. First ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,26 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1972. Swami Muktananda Paramahamsa in Australia (1970). First ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,152 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1974. American Tour 1970. First ed. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,103 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1974. Getting Rid of What You Haven't Got. First ed. Albany, CA: Wordpress,45 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1974. Satsang with Baba Volume 1. First ed. 5 vols. Vol. 1. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,348 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1975. I Love You. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Peeth,na pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1975. Siddha Meditation. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,117 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1977. Satsang with Baba Volume 3. First ed. 5 vols. Vol. 3. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,379 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1978. God is With You. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Peeth,na pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1978. I am That. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,63 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1978. I Welcome You All With Love. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Peeth,na pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1978. In the Company of a Siddha. First ed. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,191 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1978. Satsang with Baba Volume 4. 5 vols. Vol. 3. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,319 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1978. Satsang with Baba Volume 5. First ed. 5 vols. Vol. 5. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,407 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1979. Kundalini - the Secret of Life. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,56 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1979. To Know the Knower. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America,(unnumbered) pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1980. Kundalini Stavah. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,45 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1980. Reflections of the Self. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,205 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1980. The Secret of the Siddhas. Translated by Malti Devi (Swami Chidvilasananda). First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,232 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1980. Understanding Siddha Yoga - Volume 2. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 2. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,124 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1981. Lalleshwari. Translated by Shri Malta Devi. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: SYDA Foundation,90 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1981. Mystery of the Mind. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,43 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1981. Paramartha Katha Prasang - Spiritual Conversations with Swami Muktananda (1962-1966). First ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,356 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1981. The Self is Already Attained. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,(unnumbered) pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1983. Ashram Dharma. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Peeth,45 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1983. The Perfect Relationship. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,211 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1985. I Have Become Alive. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,227 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1989. From the Finite to the Infinite. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. II. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,266 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1989. From the Finite to the Infinite. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. I. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,234 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1989. Where are You Going? Second ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,215 pages.

      Muktananda, Swami. 1991. Meditate. First ed. Albany,NY: SUNY Press,43 pages.
       
       

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       Swami Chidvilasananda and  Swamis of Siddha Yoga Dham of America

      Chidvilasananda, Swami. 1989. Kindle My Heart Volume 1. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 1. NY, NY: Prentice Hall Press,205 pages.

      Chidvilasananda, Swami. 1990. Ashes at My Guru's Feet. First ed. South Fallsburg, NY: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,72 pages.

      Chidvilasananda, Swami. 1990. Kindle My Heart Volume 2. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 2. NY, NY: Prentice Hall Press,205 pages.

      Kripananda, Swami. 1995. The Sacred Power. First ed. Oakland, CA: Siddha Yoga Dham of America Foundation,155 pages.
       
       
       

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      Swami Rudrananda

      Rudrananda, Swami. 1973. Spiritual Cannibalism. First ed. New York, New York: Links Books,149 pages.

      Rudrananda, Swami. 1978. Spiritual Cannibalism. Second ed. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press,194 pages.

      Rudrananda, Swami. 1994. Entering Infinity. First ed. Portland, Oregon: Rudra Press,209 pages.
       
       

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      Swami Chetanananda

      Chetanananda, Swami. 1988. The Breath of God. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,310 pages.

      Chetanananda, Swami. 1990. Dynamic Stillness. 2 vols. Vol. 1. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,263 pages.

      Chetanananda, Swami. 1991. Dynamic Stillness. 2 vols. Vol. 2. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,358 pages.

      Chetanananda, Swami. 1992. The Logic of Love. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,208 pages.

      Chetanananda, Swami. 1995. The Open Moment. Portland, OR: Rudra Press,90 pages.

      Chetanananda, Swami. 1996. Choose to Be Happy. Portland, OR: Rudra Press,299 pages.
       

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      Franklin Jones aka Bubba Free John

      Jones, Franklin. 1974. The Spiritual Instructions of Swami Muktananda. First ed. Lower Lake, CA: Dawn Horse Press,15 pages.

      John, Bubba Free. 1978. The Enlightenment of the Whole Body: The Dawn Horse Press,600 pages.
       

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       John Mann and Lar Short

      Mann, John, ed. 1984. Behind the Cosmic Curtain - the Further Writings of Swami Rudrananda. First ed. Arlington, MA: Neolog Publishing,160 pages.

      Mann, John. 1984. Rudi: 14 Years with My Teacher. First ed. Cambridge, MA: Rudra Press,341 pages.

      Mann, John, and Lar Short. 1990. The Body of Light. New York, New York: Globe Press Books,189 pages.
       

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      Literature of the tradition of Swami Kripalvananda

       
      Kripalvanand, Swami. 1977. The Science of Meditation. First ed. Bombay: Sri Dahyabhai Hirabhai Patel,208 pages.
       
       

      Warren, Sukanya, Franics Mellen, and Peter Mellen. 1982. Gurudev: The Life of Yogi Amrit Desai. Summit Station, PA: Kripalu Yoga Fellowship,66 pages.
       

      Desai, Yogi Amrit. 1976. God is Energy: Five Articles on Kundalini Yoga. Summit Station, PA: Kripalu Yoga Ashram,66 pages.

      Desai, Yogi Amrit. 1976. Kripalu Yoga: Book II. Lenox, MA: Kripalu Publications,70 pages.

      Desai, Yogi Amrit. 1990. Kripalu Yoga: Book I. Third ed. Lenox, MA: Kripalu Publications,115 pages.

      Muni, Swami Rajarshi. 1994. Awakening the Life Force. St. Paul, Minnesota: Llewellyn,200 pages.
       
       

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      Literature of the tradition of Sri Dhyanyogi Madhusudhanandaji

      Johnsen, Linda. 1994. Anandi Ma: Mastering the Kundalini. In Daugthers of the Godess. St. Paul, Minnesota: Yes International Publishers,128 pages.

      Madhusudandasji, Shri Dhyanyogi. 1978. Light on Meditation. First ed. Vol. 1: no publication information,108 pages.

      Madhusudandasji, Shri Dhyanyogi. 1979. Brahmanada: Sound, Mantra and Power. First ed. Santa Cruz: Dhyanyoga Centers Inc.,108 pages.

      Madhusudandasji, Shri Dhyanyogi. 1979. Shakti - Hidden Treasure of Power. First ed. Vol. 1. Pasadena, CA: Dhyanyoga Centers Inc.,108 pages.

      Madhusudandasji, Shri Dhyanyogi. 1979. Yoga Dipika. First ed: Dhyanyoga Centers,14 pages.
       

       Literature of Sri Mata Nirmala Devi

      Mahajan, Yogi. 1993. The Ascent. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,120 pages.
       
       

      Literature of the tradition of Lakshman Jee

       Jee, Swami Lakshman. 1988. Kashmir Shaivism the Supreme Secret. Albany, NY: State University of New York,137 pages.
       
       

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      Contemporary literature of Hatha, Laya and Kriya Yoga (hopefully fairly comprehensive)

      Literature of the tradition of Yogi Bhajan

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Sivananda and his disciple Swami Satyananda Saraswati

      Literature of Swami Kuvalayananda and the Kaivalya Dharma Center

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Rama

       Literature of those who trace their lineage from the figure of Babaji

      Ramakrishna and his disciples  (notably Swami Narayananda)

      Literature of Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi (Simplified Kundalini Yoga)

      Literature of the tradition of Yogi Bhajan

      Yogi Bhajan (Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa. 1977. The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan. New York, New York: Hawthorn Books Inc.,193 pages.

      Khalsa, Gururattan Kaur, and Ann Marie Maxwell. 1988. Transitions to a Heart-Centred World: privately circulated,137 pages.

      Khalsa, M. S. S. Gurucharan Singh, ed. 1976. Kundalini Yoga/Sadhana Guidelines. Claremont, CA: Kundalini Research Institute,107 pages.

      Khalsa, M. S. S. Gurucharan Singh, ed. 1978. Sadhana Guidelines for Kundalini Yoga. Pomona, CA: Kundalini Research Institute,107 pages.

      Khalsa, M. S. S. Gurucharan Singh, ed. 1984. Kundalini Meditation Manual for Intermediate Students. Los Angeles, CA: Kundalini Research Institute Publications,70 pages.

      Khalsa, M. S. S. Gurucharan Singh. 1990. Exploring the Myths and Misconceptions of Kundalini. In Kundalini: Evolution and Enlightenment, edited by J. White. New York, New York: Paragon House,482 pages.

      Khalsa, S. S. Rama Kirn Singh, ed. 1980. Kundalini Yoga Manual. Claremont, CA: Kundalini Research Institute Publications,43 pages.

      Singh, Ravi. 1988. Kundalini Yoga for Body, Mind and Beyond. New York, New York: White Lion Press,213 pages.

      Singh, Ravi. 1991. Kundalini Yoga for Strength, Success and Spirit. New York, New York: White Lion Press,161 pages.

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Sivananda and his disciples - noticeably Swami Satyananda Saraswati

      Swami Sivananda

      Sivananda, Swami. 1980. Kundalini Yoga. Seventh ed. Shivanandanagar: Divine Life Society,272 pages.

      Sivananda, Swami. 1994. Tantra Yoga, Nada Yoga and Kriya Yoga. Fourth ed. Shivanandanagar: Divine Life Society,162 pages.
       

      Swami Sivananda Radha

      Radha, Swami Sivananda. 1981. Kundalini Yoga for the West. Boulder, CO: Shambala Publications, Inc.,357 pages.

      Swami Satyananda Saraswati and his disciples

      Mumford, Jonn. 1994. A Chakra and Kundalini Workbook. St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications,256 pages.

      Mumford, John. 1995. Ecstacy through Tantra. St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications,162 pages.

      Niranjanananda, Paramahamsa. 1994. Nirvanopanishad (Yoga Siddhanta Bhashya). First ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,84 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Janakananda. 1976. Yoga, Tantra and Meditation. New York: Random House,112 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Muktibodhananda. 1983. Swara Yoga. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,233 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1981. A Systematic Course in the Ancient Tantric Techniques of Yoga and Kriya. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,834 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1982. Taming the Kundalini. Fourth ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,189 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1983. Meditations from the Tantras. Fifth ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,299 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1983. Yoga Nidra. Fifth ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,284 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1984. Kundalini Tantra. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,486 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1984. Steps to Yoga and Yoga Initiation Papers. Second ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,199 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda. 1989. Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha. Seventh ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,486 pages.

      Saraswati, Swami Satyananda, and Parivjajika Ma Yogashakti. 1966. Dynamics of Yoga. Second ed. Munger, Bihar: Bihar School of Yoga,164 pages.
       
       
       

      Literature of Swami Kuvalayananda and the Kaivalya Dharma Center

      Kuvalayananda, Swami. 1966. Pranayama. Sixth ed. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Science Press,160 pages.

      Kuvalayananda, Swami. 1972. Popular Yoga Asanas. Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle,210 pages.

      Kuvalayananda, Swami, and Dr. S. A. Shukla. Goraksasatakam. Translated by Kuvalayananda. Lonavla, Maharashtra: Kaivlayadhama,78 pages.
       

      Literature of the tradition of T. M. V. Krishnamacarya

      B. K. S. Iyengar

      Iyengar, B. K. S. 1970. Light on Yoga. New York, New York: Schocken Books,342 pages.

      Iyengar, B. K. S. 1981. Light on Pranayama. New York, New York: The Crossroad Publishing Company,294 pages.

      Literature of the tradition of Swami Rama

      Rama, Swami. 1980. Living with the Himalayan Masters. First ed. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan Institute International,490 pages.

      Rama, Swami. 1988. Path of Fire and Light -1. Third ed. 2 vols. Vol. 1. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan Institute International,180 pages.

      Rama, Swami. 1988. Path of Fire and Light - 2. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 2. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan Institute International,226 pages.

      Rama, Swami, Rudolph Ballentine, and Alan Hymes. 1979. Science of Breath. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan Institute International,166 pages.

      Tigunait, Rajmani. 1993. Sakti Sadhana. Translated by Rajmani Tigunait. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan Institute International,196 pages.

      Tigunait, Rajmani. 1996. The Power of Mantra & The Mystery of Initiation. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan Institute International,248 pages.
       

      Literature of those who trace their lineage from the figure of Babaji

       
      Davis, Roy Eugene. 1984. The Science of Kriya Yoga, The Teachings of the Masters of Perfection. Lakemont, Georgia: CSA Press,187 pages.

      Giri, Swami Satyeswarananda. 1991. Kriya: Finding the True Path. San Diego, CA: The Sanskrit Classics,334 pages.

      Hariharananda, Paramahansa. 1992. The Original and Authentic Kriya Yoga of Babaji Maharaj and Lahiri Mahasay. 1992 Edition ed. Canoga Park, CA: Kriya Yoga Publishing House,234 pages.

      Kriyananda, Goswami. 1992. The Spiritual Science of Kriya Yoga. Fourth ed. Chicago: The Temple of Kriya Yoga,365` pages.

      Kriyananda, Goswami. 1993. The Kriya Yoga Upanishad and the Mystical Upanishads. Fourth ed. Chicago: The Temple of Kriya Yoga,99 pages.

      Ramakrishna and his disciples (notably Swami Narayananda)

      Saradananda, Swami. na. Sri Ramakrishna - the Great Master. Mylapore, Madras: Sri Ramakrishna Math,948 pages.

      Vivekananda, Swami. 1984. The Yogas and Other Works. New York: Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center,974 pages.

      Narayanananda, Swami. 1979. The Primal Power in Man or the Kundalini Shakti. Nineth ed. Gylling, Denmark: N. U. Yoga Trust and Ashrama,230 pages.

      Narayanananda, Swami. 1979. The Secrets of Prana, Pranayma and Yoga-Asanas. Nineth ed. Gylling, Denmark: N. U. Yoga Trust and Ashrama,230 pages.
       

      Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi

      Maharishi, Yogiraj Vethathiri. 1992. Journey of Consciousness. Delhi: Macmillan Limited India,158 pages.
       

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      Tantric Buddhist literature from the Schools of Tibet (somewhat complete of English works)

      Literature of the Nyingma School

      Literature of the Nyingma School

      Norbu, Namkhai. Yantra Yoga: The Yoga of Movement: Dzogchen Comunity (sic),263 pages. (In Tibetan)

      Norbu, Namkhai. 1988. Yantra Yoga: The Yoga of Movement. Gleisdorf: Tsaparang,126 pages.
       

      Literature of the Sakya School

      Literature of the Kargyudpa School

      Namgyal, Tashi, and (bkra' shis rnam rgyal). 1963. The Epitome of an Introduction to the Profound Path of the Six Yogas of Naropa. In Teachings of Tibetan Yoga, edited by G. C. C. Chang. New York: University Books,77 77.

      Drugpa Kargyudpa ('brug pa bka' rgyud pa)

      Chi, Chang Chen. 1982. Esoteric Teachings of the Tibetan Tantra. Translated by Chang Chen Chi. York Beach, Maine: Weiser,305 pages.

      Karpo, Padma. 1972. Notes on the Six Yogas of Naropa. In Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines, edited by W. Y. Evans-Wentz. London: Oxford University Press,389 pages.

      Shangpa  Kargyudpa (shang pa bka' rgyud pa)

      Dalai Lama II. 1985. The Tantric Yogas of Sister Niguma (Ni-gu chos-drug-rgyas-pa-khrid-yig). In Selected Works of the Dalai Lama II, edited by G. Mullin. Ithaca, New York: Snow Lion.

      Literature of the Gelugpa School

      Biography of a Contemporary Yogi. Cho Yang, 102-111.

      Dhargyey, Geshe Ngawang. 1985. Kalacakra Tantra. Translated by Alan Wallace. Dharamsala, India: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives,180 pages.

      Dragpa, Panchen Sonam. 1996. Overview of Buddhist Tantra. Translated by Martin J. Boord and Losang Norbu Tsonawa. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives,159 pages.

      Lodoe, Yangchen Gawai. 1995. Paths and Grounds of Guhyasamaja According to Arya Nagarjuna. Translated by Tenzin Dorjee and Jeremy Russell. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives,164 pages.

      Mullin, Glenn H. 1997. Readings on the Six Yogas of Naropa. First ed. Ithaca, NY: Snow Lion,175 pages.

      Dalai Lama II 1985. The Two Yogic Stages of the Yamantaka Tantra (rDo-rje 'jigs byed rim gnyis grub tshul smon lam). In Selected Works of the Dalai Lama II, edited by G. Mullin. Ithaca, New York: Snow Lion,19 19.

      Khapa, Tsong. 1982. The Book of Three Faiths. In Esoteric Teachings of the Tibetan Tantra, edited by C. A. Muses. York Beach, Maine: Weiser Publications,180 180.
       

      Literature of the New Kadampa School

      Gyatso, Geshe Kelsang. 1982. Clear Light of Bliss. London: Wisdom Publications,254 pages.

      Gyatso, Geshe Kelsang. 1991. Completion Stage. In Guide to Dakini Land. London: Tharpa Publications,22 22.

      Gyatso, Geshe Kelsang. 1997. Essence of Vajrayana. First ed. London: Tharpa Publications,513 pages.
       
       

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      Taoist Literature (very incomplete)

      Nan, Huai-Chin. 1991. Tao and Longevity. Translated by Wen Kuan Chu. York Beach, Maine: Weiser,145 pages.

      Robinet, Isabelle. 1993. Taoist Meditation. Translated by Julian F. Pas and Norman J. Giradot. Edited by D. L. Hall and R. T. Ames, SUNY Series in Chinese Philosophy and Culture. Albany, NY: SUNY,285 pages.

      Yu, Lu K'uan. 1972. The Secrets of Chinese Meditation. First American ed. York Beach, Maine: Weiser,240 pages.

      Yu, Lu K'uan. 1973. Taoist Yoga. First American ed. York Beach, Maine: Weiser,206 pages.
       

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      Contemporary Experiental Literature of these Traditions

      Gopi Krishna

       
      Krishna, Gopi. 1970. Kundalini - The Evolutionary Energy in Man. Second ed. Boulder, Colorado: Shambala Publications,252 pages.

      Krishna, Gopi. 1972. The Biological Basis of Religion and Genius. Edited by R. N. Anshen. First ed, Religious Perspectives. New York: Harper and Row,119 pages.

      Krishna, Gopi. 1974. Higher Consciousness - The Evolutionary Thrust of Kundalini. First ed. New York: The Julian Press,198 pages.

      Krishna, Gopi. 1975. The Awakening of Kundalini. First ed. New York: E. P. Dutton,129 pages.

      Krishna, Gopi. 1976. The Riddle of Consciousness. First ed. New York: Kundalini Research Foundation,156 pages.

      Krishna, Gopi. 1993. Living With Kundalini. First ed. Boston: Shambhala,401 pages.

      Krishna, Gopi. 1994. The Evolution of Higher Consciousness. First ed. New Delhi: UBS Publishers Distributors Ltd.,196 pages.
       
       

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      Contemporary Western Works (just started)

       

      Sannella, Lee. 1987. The Kundalini Experience. Lower Lake, CA: Integral,168 pages.

      White, John, ed. 1990. Kundalini: Evolution and Enlightenment. Second ed. New York, New York: Paragon House,482 pages.
       

      Scientific References

      This is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to all scientific research on yoga. These are the only references that I have found that deal explicitly with kundalini or gTummo.

      Benson, H., J. Lehman, et al. (1982). "Body Temperature Changes during the practice of g Tummo yoga." Nature 295: 234-236.

      Benson, H., M. S. Malhotra, et al. (1990). "Three Case Reports of the Metabolic and Electroencephalographic Changes During Advanced Buddhist Meditation Techniques." Behavioral Medicine 16(2): 290-295.

      Venkatesh, S., T. R. Raju, et al. (1997). "A study of structure of phenomenology of consciousness in meditative and non-meditative states." Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 41(2): 149-153.

       

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