Verfasser: Dr. S.F. Biria, Dr. Jitendra B. Shah, Mr. Prasant S. Iyengar
Untertitel: Philosophy. religion culture, ethos and practices
Klappentext: Ashtanga Yog means „eight-limbed yog“ according to Patanjali’s system. These limbs are: Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Prathyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samdhi.
It is a rich fabric of human mind, psyche and conscience such as „Yog for one and for all“. This book provides a deep knowledge of Ashtanga yog of Patanjali with philosophy and their practices. Both aspects are very important to reach the final destination. Without practice philosophy is just a theory and one can’t obtain the higher yog. The spiritual seekers, who cannot adopt the Anushasana of Patanjali. They need to have a ladder to reach Patanjali’s launch point of Yog.
Aus dem Inhalt:
- Pre-Ashtanga Yog
- Neophytes‘ Yog-Practice
- Channels of Yog
- Ashtangayoga / Ahimsa
- Ishwara Pranidhana
- Concept of Vitarka Baadha
- Yama Siddhi
- What the Niyamas grant soucha?
- On set of meditation