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L in 1997 This book he told me will be an excellent background To Patanjali S Yoga Patanjali s Yoga providing insight on the various Yoga paths and I found it concise specific and effective as an introduction that would also serve as a nice refresher for advanced students The four yogas of
Swami Vivekananda deals with the four traditional Yogas that aim at union with the Infinite their background philosophies Vivekananda deals with the four traditional Yogas that aim at union with the Infinite their background philosophies practices It provides a global view of the variety of paths offered to the different human inclinations and temperamentsKarma Yoga proposes a discipline of action life project One works without selfish expectations This becomes selfless action over time but one starts by working without the self inflicted hassle of wanting to grab for oneself the fruit of one s work A famous verse reads Therefore without being atta. Eral survey of the teachings which they are going to study in detail in the original and on the other hand to give those who have already studied them in the original a brief Note to help refresh their memoryFirst
edition 1979Second edition 1983This edition printed by Swapna Printing Works Private 1979Second edition 1983This edition printed by Swapna Printing Works Private 52 Raja Rammohan Ray Sarani Calcutta 700 00.
Read í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Í Swami TapasyanandaThis is a great book for someone who wants to be introduced to Yoga Before "reading the book I had a misconception about Yoga L I warmly recommend this book "the book I had a misconception about Yoga L I warmly recommend this book Yoga as it charts well the territory that has to be visited It is an excellent travel guide As one of the six orthodox schools of Indian philosophy Yoga considers that views are to be based on experience not the other way round As such experience is yogic experience ie mental states
of the ordinary range of experience of daily life the philosophic view of Yoga is ultimately the result of a METHOD AND ITS CULTIVATION NOT OF SPECULATION OR method and its cultivation not of speculation or The word Yoga is Sanskrit for union of the individual mind and the Absolute brought about by spiritual efforts Signs of realization are bodymind integration and manifestations of love beauty an. The Four Yogas Of Swami Vivekananda condensed and Retold by Swami Tapasyananda is a 241 pagesFrom the preface This volume of about two hundred and fifty pages dealing with the four Yogas Karma Yoga Raja Yoga Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga is a precis of Swami Vivekananda's great lectures on these subjects published originally in four volumes here D wisdom through the yogis and yoginis in action To a ten yearoutside of the ordinary range of experience of daily life the philosophic view of Yoga is ultimately the result of a
OLD I WOULD SAY THAT THEI would say that the result of the yogic path must
be that advanced yogis are balanced kind and unassuming people However there is much to Yogathat advanced yogis are balanced kind and unassuming people However there is much to Yoga very ancient philosophy and practice then ust that or stretching in purple tights and leg warmers at the local gym and drinking yogi tea to chill out afterwardsOver the years I had read Patanjali s Yoga Sutras in several translations accompanied with various commentaries Slowly very slowly I was getting the fundamental point stated already in the first of the 196 aphorisms This Indian Pulp Non Fiction Volume The Indian pulp non fiction volume The yogas of Swami Vivekananda was very helpful on the way I took it up on the advice of a very courteous and well informed assistant at the Pilgrim s Bookshop in Thamel Kathmandu Nepa. Ondensed in about one third of the original Attempts has been made here to compress the matter both by abridgment and re telling while at the same time retaining several inspiring passages of the original which are put in uotationsThe object of this book is two fold on the one hand to help new students of Swami Vivekananda literature with a gen. ,