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Summary: This is the English translation of the Tejobindu Upanishad (belonging to the Krishna-Yajurveda): a minor Sanskrit treatise selected amongst a collection 108 extant upanishads, dating to at least the 1st millennium BC.




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The following is a bibliography of works related to Kundalini. Thisis a first draft version and focuses primarily on works in English fromthe 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 atthe titles. Status currently ranges from very incomplete to nearly comprehensive.The ultimate goal of the bibliography is to be focused and comprehensiveand 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 traditionswhich are primarily associated with kundalini. While many spiritual traditionsacknowledge that kundalini is essential to spiritual development, onlythose that awaken it consciously are included here. Also while kundaliniis central to tantra, a bibliography of tantra has not been attempted here.Given those caveats this work does attempt to survey both traditional sourcesand contemporary teachers of the broad family of kundalini yogas. The orderwithin topics is intended to be chronological. No hidden messages are intendedin either the grouping, ordering or inadvertent deletion of a teacher orlineage.The author grants the right to copy and distribute this file, provided 1) the text remains unmodified, including the html title, 2) the authorshipand copyright is retained and 3) you agree to update/delete this web pageon request from the author. Adding tasteful artwork is encouraged. Theauthor retains both the right and intention to modify and extend this document.Finally, if you should find this bibliography substantially helpful inyour own publishing, on or off the web, an acknowledgement in your writingswould be very much appreciated. Table of ContentsClassical Shaiva and Shakta LiteratureBuddhist Tantras and their Indian CommentariesContemporary Literature of Siddha Yoga,Siddha Mahayoga and Kundalini MahayogaContemporary Literature of Hatha, Laya andKriya YogaBuddhist Tantric Literature by way of TibetTaoist LiteratureContemporary Experiental Literatureof these TraditionsContemporary Western Works and Scientific ReferencesClassical Shaiva and Shakta Literature ofKundalini YogaLiterature of the TantrasClassical Literature of the Shaivism of KashmirClassical Literature of the Sri Vidya TraditionClassical Literature of Hatha, Layaand Kriya YogaContemporary analyses of this classical literatureLiterature 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: MotilalBanarsidas,357 pages. (In Sanskrit).Vijnanabhairava TantraSingh, Jaideva. 1979. Vijnanabhairava.Translated by Jaideva Singh. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,173 pages. Return to Classical Shaiva and ShaktaLiterature Shiva PuranaSiva 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. Return to Classical Shaiva and Shakta Literature Literature of the Shaivism of Kashmir(incomplete) VasguptaVasgupta. 1979. Siva Sutras. Translatedby 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 NewYork,247 pages.Vasgupta. 1992. The Stanzas on Vibration.Translated by Mark S. G. Dyczkowski. Edited by H. P. Alper, The SUNYSeries in the Shaiva Traditions of Kashmir. Albany, NY: SUNY,427 pages.KshemarajaKsemaraja. 1982. Pratyabhijnahridayam.Translated by Jaideva Singh. Fourth ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,187pages. Kshemaraja. 1994. The Shiva Sutra Vimarsiniof Kshemaraja. Translated by P. T. Shrinivas Iyengar. Delhi: Sri SatguruPublications,87 pages.AbhinavaguptaAbhinavagupta was probably the clearest exponent of the process of shaktipat.He described it in detail in the 13th Ahnika of Tantraloka. The relatedprocess of vedhadiksha is discussed in the 29th Ahnika. Unfortunately theTantraloka remains untranslated in English although it is translatedinto Italian by R. Gnoli and his writings on shaktipat are analysed bySenSharma.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume1. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 1. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,345 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume2. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 2. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,346-696 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume3. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 3. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,697-1340 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume4. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 4. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,1341-1884 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume5. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 5. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,1885-2439 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume6. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 6. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,2440-3106 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume7. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 7. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,3106-3644 pages.Abhinavagupta. 1987. The Tantraloka Volume8. Edited by R. D. Dwivedi and N. Rastogi. 8 vols. Vol. 8. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,3645-3909 pages.Rastogi, Najivan. 1987. Introduction tothe Tantraloka. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,589 pages. Return to Classical Shaiva and Shakta LiteratureLiterature of the Sri Vidya Tradition (incomplete)Kundalini is mentioned intermittently in verses 90 to 111 of Lalitasahasranamaand is discussed in detail in Bhaskaraya's commentary.Bhaskaraya. 1972. Mantrasastra LalitaSahasranaman with Bhaskaraya's Commentary. Translated by R. AnanthakrishnaSastry. 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. Return to Classical Shaiva and Shakta Literature Classical literature of hatha,laya and kriya yoga (hopefully fairly comprehensive)Goswami's book deserves special notice. This one of the finest referenceworks 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 Gorkhnathand the Kanphata Yogis, edited by G. W. Briggs. New Delhi: MotilalBanarsidass.Banerjea, Akshaya Kumar. 1988. Philosophyof Gorakhnath with Goraksha Vacana Sangraha. First ed. New Delhi: MotilalBanarsidass,355 pages.Matsyendranath. 1986. Kaulajnana nirnaya.In Kaulajnana Nirnaya, edited by P. C. Bagchi. Varanasi: PrachyaPrakashan,134 134. Hatha Yoga Pradipika (14th Century)Svatarama. 1972. The Hathayogapradipika ofSvatmarama. Translated by Radha Burnier andTookaram Tatya. Adyar, Madras: The Adyar Library and Research Center,106pages.Svatmarama. 1970. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika.Translated by Swami Digambarji and RaghunathashastriKokaje. First ed. Lonavla, Maharashtra: Kaivalyadhama,230 pages.Svatmarama. 1984. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika.Translated by Pancham Sinh. First ed. Delhi: Shri Satguru Publications,63pages.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 ThePhilosophy of Jnanadeva, edited by B. P. Bahirat. New Delhi: MotilalBanarsidass,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 Allenand Unwin,353 pages.Jnaneshwar. 1967. Jnaneshvari - Vol 2.Translated by V. G. Pradhan. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. 2. London: George Allenand Unwin,335 pages.Jnaneshwar. 1979. Jnaneshwari. Translatedby 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,90pages.Parimo, B. N. 1978. The Ascent of Self.Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,217 pages. Hatha Yoga Pradipika (14th Century)Svatarama. 1972. The Hathayogapradipika ofSvatmarama. Translated by Radha Burnier andTookaram Tatya. Adyar, Madras: The Adyar Library and Research Center,106pages.Svatmarama. 1970. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika.Translated by Swami Digambarji and RaghunathashastriKokaje. First ed. Lonavla, Maharashtra: Kaivalyadhama,230 pages.Svatmarama. 1984. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika.Translated by Pancham Sinh. First ed. Delhi: Shri Satguru Publications,63pages.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 editedby 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:Aiyar, K. N., translator, 1914. Thirty minor Upanishads, including the Yoga Upanishads. Madras, 280 pages.Deussen, Paul. 1980. Sixty Upanishadsof 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 Upanishadsof 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 YogaUpanishad and the Mystical Upanishads. Fourth ed. Chicago: The Templeof Kriya Yoga,99 pages.Varenne, Jean. 1989. Yoga and the HinduTradition. Translated from French by Derek Coltman. Delhi: MotilalBanarsidas,253 pages. (Contains translation of the Darshana Upanishad) The following list indicates which yoga upanishads are translated in whichreferences.K.N. Aiyar refers to Aiyar 1914 Deussen refers to Deussen 1980 Kriyananda refers to Kriyananda 1993 Sivananda refers to Sivananda 1994Varenne refers to Varenne 1989Advayataraka UpanishadAmritabindu Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Kriyananda)Amritanada Upanishad (Deussen)Brahmabindu Upanishad (Deussen)Brahmavidya Upanishad (Deussen, Kriyananda)Chulika Upanishad (Deussen, Kriyananda)Darshana Upanishad (Varenne)Dhyanabindu Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Kriyananda)Hamsa Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)Ksurika Upanishad (Deussen, Kriyananda)Mahavakya UpanishadMandalabrahma Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)Nadabindu Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Kriyananda)Pashupatabrahma UpanishadShandilya Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)Tejobindu Upanishad (Deussen, Kriyananda)Trishikhibrahma UpanishadVaraha Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar)Yogachudamani UpanishadYogakundali Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Sivananda)Yogashikha Upanishad (Kriyananda)Yogatattva Upanishad (K. N. Aiyar, Deussen, Kriyananda) Shiva Samhita (17th century)Ghosh, Shyam. 1980. Siva Samhita. In TheOriginal Yoga. New Delhi: Munishiram Manoharlal,308 308.Vasu, Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra. 1979. TheSiva 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 TheOriginal Yoga. New Delhi: Munishiram Manolaharl, 308 pages.Vasu, Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra. 1975. TheGheranda Samhita. Translated by Rai Bahadur Srisa Chandra Vasu. Seconded. New Delhi: Oriental Books Reprint Corporation,59 pages. Return to Classical Shaiva and Shakta LiteratureContemporary Analyses of theShaiva and Shakta Tantras, the Shaivism of Kashmir, the Sri Vidya Traditionsand the Shaiva Natha Yogins (incomplete)Banerjea, Akshaya Kumar. 1988. Philosophyof Gorakhnath with Goraksha Vacana Sangraha. First ed. New Delhi: MotilalBanarsidass,355 pages.Brooks, Douglas Renfrew. 1990. The Secretof the Three Cities. Albany, NY: SUNY Press,307 pages.Brooks, Douglas Renfrew. 1992. AuspiciousWisdom. Edited by P. E. M. -Ortega, SUNY Series in Tantric Studies.Albany, NY: SUNY Press,301 pages.Dikshitar, V. R. Ramachandra. 1991. TheLalita Cult. Translated by Jaideva Singh. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,100pages.Feuerstein, George. 1990. EncyclopediacDictionary 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 TriadicHeart 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 Tantricismof Kashmir. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,296 pages.SenSharma, Deba Brata. 1990. The Philosophyof Sadhana. Edited by P. Muller-Ortega. First ed, SUNY Series inTantric Studies. Albany,NY: SUNY,196 pages. Return to Classical Shaiva and Shakta Literature Return to Table of Contents BuddhistTantras and their Indian CommentariesLiterature of the Buddhist TantrasLiterature of the Indian Commentators Literature of the Buddhist TantrasFarrow, G. W., and I. Menon. 1992. The ConcealedEssence of the Hevajra Tantra. Translated by G. W. Farrow. First ed.Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,308 pages.Literature of the Indian CommentatorsFarrow, G. W., and I. Menon. 1992. The ConcealedEssence of the Hevajra Tantra. Translated by G. W. Farrow. First ed.Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas,308 pages. Contains Krishnacarya'scommentary known as Yogaratnamala.Taranatha. 1989. Life of Krishnacarya.Translated by David Templeman. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works andArchives,176 pages. Taranatha. 1983. The Seven InstructionLineages. Translated by David Templeman. Dharamsala: Library of TibetanWorks and Archives,128 pages. Return to Table of Contents Contemporary literature of Siddha Yoga,Siddha Mahayoga and Kundalini Mahayoga (hopefully fairly comprehensive)Literature of the tradition of Swami Gangadhar TirthaLiterature of the tradition of BhagavanNityanandaLiterature of the tradition of Swami KripalvanandaLiterature of the tradition of Sri Dhyanyogi MadhusudhanandajiLiterature of Sri Mata Nirmala Devi's Sahaja YogaLiterature of the tradition of Lakshman Jee Literature of the tradition of Swami GangadharTirthaSwami Vishnu TirthSwami Shivom Tirth and his disciplesSwami Shankar Puroshottam Tirth and hisdisciplesYogananda, Sri. (none). Mahayoga Vijnana.Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri Pith Trust.Swami Vishnu TirthTirth, Swami Vishnu. 1984. Shaktipat pathapradarshika bhaga -2: KundaliniSiddha Mahayoga,319 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1980. Devatma Shakti.Fifth ed. Rishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,160 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1984. Shri SadhanSamket. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri PithTrust,32 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1986. Shaktipatbhaga 2: Shiva Sutra Prabodhini. Translated by (in Hindi). MunikiretiRishikesh: Yoga Shri Peeth Trust,96 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1987. Shaktipat:Kundalini Mahayoga. Fifth ed. Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri PeethTrust,82 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. 1992. Insights intoSiddha Mahayoga. Translated by Kusum Seth: privately circulated,54pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Atma Prabodha.Translated by (in Hindi). Fifth ed. Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri PeethTrust,218 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Gita TattvaAmrita. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga Shri PeethTrust,328 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Patanjal YogaDarshana. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: YogashriPith Trust,32 pages.Tirtha, Swami Vishnu. na. Vaidika YogaParichaya. Translated by (in Hindi). Munikireti Rishikesh: Yoga ShriPeeth Trust,176 pages. Swami Shivom Tirth and his disciplesTirth, Swami Shivom. Guidelines to ShaktipatInitiation. Bombay: Swami Shivom Tirth Ashram,20 pages.Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1985. A Guide toShaktipat. First ed. Paige, Texas: Devatma Shakti Society,95 pages.Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1985. Sri JapujiSahib. First ed. Navali: Devatma Shakti Society,135 pages.Tirth, Swami Shivom. 1986. Shaktipat pathapradarshika bhaga -3Aduladini Siddhamahayoga. Translatedby (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 pathapradarshika bhaga -1. First ed. Devas, Madya Pradesh: Devatma ShaktiSociety,94 pages. Swami Shankar Puroshottam Tirthand his disciplesTirtha, Swami Shankar Purushottam. 1980. YogaVibhuti. First ed. Munikireti Rishikesh: Yogashri Pith,125 pages.Tirtha, Swami Shankar Purushottam. 1992.Yoga Vani. Bayville, NY: Ayurveda Holistic Center Press,195 pages. Return to Contemporary literature of SiddhaMahayogaLiterature of the tradition of BhagavanNityanandaBhagavan NityanandaHatengdi, 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 (ChidakashGita). Translated by M. U. Hatengdi and SwamiChetanananda. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Rudra Press,209 pages. Return to Contemporary literature of SiddhaMahayoga Swami MuktanandaAmma. 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. Firsted. 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 thePath. First ed. Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gurudev Ashram,108 pages.Muktananda, Swami. 1972. Mukteshwari PartI. Translated by YoganandaGeorge Dowden. First ed. 2 vols. Vol. I.Ganeshpuri, India: Shri Gur


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