2 edition of Encyclopedia of yoga. found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of yoga.
Ram Kumar Rai
Previous ed., 1975.
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The Shambhala Encyclopedia of Yoga is a thoroughly updated Edition, expanded with new entries, of Dr. Feuerstein's Encyclopedic Dictionary of Yoga, which received the Outstanding Academic Book of the Year Award for from Choice magazine.
The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Cited by: CONTENTS List of Illustrations v Bibliography with Abbreviations vii-x Table of Nagari Alaphabets, their Roman Equivalents and Ponunciation guide xi Preface to the Second Edition xiii Preface to the First Edition xv-xxvi Text Appendix I: Botanical Names of Indian Fruits, Plants and Herbs (Latin- Hindi) Appendix II: Botanical Names of Indian Fruits, Plants and Herbs (Hindi-Latin.
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The Encyclopedia of Yoga and Tantra by Georg Feuerstein. Georg Feuerstein is an internationally recognized yoga scholar and has studied yoga since the age of fourteen.
He is the author of The Essence of Yoga, Lucid Waking, The Philosophy of Classical Yoga, Sacred Sexuality, and The Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali. The Yoga Tradition | Encyclopedia of Yoga and Tantra | download | B–OK.
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Book 3 of Patanjali's Yogasutra is dedicated to soteriological aspects of yoga philosophy. Patanjali begins by stating that all limbs of yoga are necessary foundation to reaching the state of self-awareness, freedom and liberation.
Mircea Eliade brought a new element into the reception of Yoga with the strong emphasis on Tantric Yoga in his seminal book: Yoga: Immortality and Freedom. With the introduction of the Tantra traditions and philosophy of Yoga, the conception of the "transcendent" to be attained by Yogic practice shifted from experiencing the "transcendent.
Roots of Yoga is a book of commentary and translations from over ancient and medieval yoga texts, mainly written in Sanskrit but including several other languages, many not previously published, about the origins of yoga including practices such as āsana, mantra, and meditation, by the scholar-practitioners James Mallinson and Mark Singleton.
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An asana is a posture, whether for traditional hatha yoga or for modern yoga; the term is derived from the Sanskrit word for 'seat'. While many of the oldest mentioned asanas are indeed seated postures for meditation, asanas may be standing, seated, arm-balances, twists, inversions, forward bends, backbends, or reclining in prone or supine positions.
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From the Jacket The Volume Yoga: India’s Philosophy of Meditation, traces the intellectual history of Patanjala Yoga philosophy from the early centuries of the Common Era through the twentieth century.
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