Yoga Tradition - Feuerstein G. - Book
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Yoga Tradition - Feuerstein G. - Book

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From the foremost living authority on Yoga comes the most comprehensive and reliable treatment of the subject available today. This is a work of impeccable
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From the foremost living authority on Yoga comes the most comprehensive and reliable treatment of the subject available today. This is a work of impeccable scholarship by a person who has dedicated his life to the understanding and practice of yoga. The book offers a complete overview of every Yogic tradition, from the familiar to the lesser-known forms. It also covers all aspects of Hindu, Buddhist and Jaina Yoga, including history, philosophy, literature, psychology and practice. He illuminates every facet and phase of yoga from its roots in shamanism to its connections to the complex and dynamic spirituality of India, especially yoga'ss relationship with Hinduism and Buddhism. Feuerstein explicates the different yogic schools and profiles key yoga teachers. In addition, included are translations of twenty Yoga treatises and the first translation of the Goraksha Paddhati. Georg Feuerstein, Ph.D., is founder-director of the Yoga Research Center in Northern California and serves on the governing board of the Healing Buddha Foundation. He is a contributing editor of Yoga Journal, Inner Directions and Intuition and has written thirty books, including the award-winning Shambhala Encyclopedia of Yoga. PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS 1. Building Blocks 2. The Wheel of Yoga 3. Yoga and Other Hindu Traditions PART TWO: PRE-CLASSICAL YOGA 4. Yoga in Ancient Times 5. The Whispered Wisdom of the Early Upanishads 6. Jaina Yoga: The Teachings of the Victorious Ford-Makers 7. Yoga in Buddhism 8. The Flowering of Yoga PART THREE: CLASSICAL YOGA 9. The History and Literature of Patanjala-Yoga 10. The Philosophy and Practise of Patanjala-Yoga PART FOUR: POST-CLASSICAL YOGA 11. The Non-Dualist Approach to God among the Shiva Worshippers 12. The Vedantic Approach to God Among the Vishnu Worshippers 13. Yoga and the Yogins in the Puranas 14. The Yogic Idealism of the Yoga-Vasishtha 15. God, Vision and Power: The Yoga Upanishads 16. Yoga in Sikhism PART FIVE: POWER AND TRANSCENDENCE IN TANTRISM 17. The Esotericism of Medieval Tantra-Yoga 18. Yoga as Spiritual Alchemy: The Philosophy and Practise of Hatha Yoga
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