Yogi Gita (G)
Yogi Gita, literally meaning "Yogi's Song", refers to a collection of spiritual teachings and prayers of Yogiji Maharaj, the fourth spiritual successor of Bhagwan Swaminarayan. This pocket-sized publication is a translation of the original Gujarati. Yogi Gita encapsulates the necessary attributes one must imbibe in order to progress spiritually and become Brahmarupa or attain the highest level of spiritual enlightenment. This short compendium of high spiritual values also provides an expansive view of the Akshar Purushottam Upasana, the doctrinal foundation of Swaminarayan Darshan. Yogi Gita begins with a letter from Yogiji Maharaj to a devout follower and a stirring prayer offered by him in Mehlav, Gujarat. The Yogi Gita continues with the Jivan Bhavna, a collection of Yogiji Maharaj's life philosophy and guidance, and the Hradayni Vato, a collection of Yogiji Maharaj's words of wisdom.