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Gleaned from the author’s experiences over many years Yoga and Zen training as well as from conversations with teachers, folk stories and temple magazines, this is a fascinating and enlightening compendium of tales from the Yoga and Zen traditions. Stories such as these are used in many spiritual schools’ teaching – they’re the flint or steel that makes the spark which, when nurtured daily, fires the imagination, heralds enlightenment and insight.
More free books Lotus Lake, Dragon Pool : Further Encounters in Yoga and Zen – Trevor Leggett
Collected by the author over many years, these stories from the Yoga and Zen traditions are the flint and steel that strike a spark that lights up the mind with insights that one should ponder daily to bring to light ever deeper meaning. They may be similar in intent to Zen Koans - but they are rather different in content. TIn many Zen Koans someone says or does something […] Realization Of The Supreme Self : The Bhagavad Gita Yoga-S – Trevor Leggett
First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: Trevor Leggett
Pages: 256 pages
Size: 12.40 Mb Meditation Practice & Yoga Technique (Paper Only) : An Authoritative Guide by Sankara, India’s Greatest Religious and Philosophical Genius – T Leggett
Sankara was India's greatest religious and philosophical genius and architect of the non-dual Vedanta school. This is the first complete English translation of one of Sankara's previously unknown but highly significant texts. The existence of this early Sanskrit sub-commentary on the Yoga sutras of Patanjali Indicates that Sankara was an expert in the Yoga techniques as a necessary […] Yoga Beyond Belief : Getting More Than Exercise from an Ancient Spiritual Practice – Tom Pilarzyk
Yoga props, videos, designer clothing, weight-loss programs ? author Tom Pilarzyk believes that something essential has been lost as the 5,000-year-old spiritual practice has morphed into a $3 billion pop culture phenomenon. This book argues persuasively for a return to yoga's roots: maintaining daily intention, welcoming difficulties that test resolve, keeping the heart open, making […] The Joy of Meditation : An Introduction to Meditation Techniques – Justin F. Stone
Without knowing what they are doing, would-be meditators often find it difficult to sit still for even five minutes. On the other hand, experienced meditators go about their business directly and purposefully. In this classic work, teacher Justin F. Stone presents easy-to-follow instructions for many common forms of meditation, including Zazen (Zen Meditation), Japa (one of the […] The Mud & the Lotus : A Guide and Workbook for Students of Yoga – Courtney Denise Butler
Rooted in the understanding that yoga teachers are themselves lifelong students of yoga, The Mud & The Lotus: A Guide and Workbook for Students of Yoga offers opportunities for aspiring teachers and new students alike to grow in their practice. Guided by hatha yoga traditions, Courtney Denise Butler presents the curriculum she uses to train student-teachers at her Balance Yoga and […] Instant Health: The Shaolin Qigong Workout for Longevity : The Shaolin Qigong Workout for Longevity – Yan Lei
For the past 1500 years, the Qigong workout for longevity has been secretly passed from generation to generation at the Shaolin Temple of Zen in Henan Province, China. Now, for the first time, a 34th-generation fighting disciple from the temple shows how to optimize energy, alleviate stress, boost the immune system, and achieve optimum health. The complete workout is shown with […] Understanding Yoga – Jonathan Robbins
One of the greatest gifts that we've inherited from the timeless culture of classical India is the rich tradition that is Yoga. Practised for thousands of years and widely adapted to the requirements of our modern world, the benefits of this ancient system of physical, mental and spiritual integration are as relevant today as they been for millennia. Rightly recognised as a […]
Best diet books of all time