E-raamat: Inner Tradition of Yoga: A Guide to Yoga Philosophy for the Contemporary Practitioner

(University of Jerusalem)
  • Formaat: 272 pages
  • Ilmumisaeg: 17-Jul-2018
  • Kirjastus: Shambhala Publications Inc
  • ISBN-13: 9780834841550
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  • Formaat: 272 pages
  • Ilmumisaeg: 17-Jul-2018
  • Kirjastus: Shambhala Publications Inc
  • ISBN-13: 9780834841550

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A wise, accesible guide that makes the spiritual and ethical teachings of the yogic tradition immediately relatable to our practice on the mat--and in our everyday relationships and activities. Now revised and updated.

“There is no daily practice without some formal training; and there is no deep spiritual training without the mess of relational life. The two are one,” says Michael Stone. This wise, accessible guide—now revised and updated—makes the spiritual and ethical teachings of the yogic tradition immediately relatable to our practice on the mat and in our everyday relationships and activities. Stone draws from numerous disciplines—including Buddhism and psychotherapy—to provide an in-depth, completely clear explanation of yogic philosophy, along with teachings on how to work with the conditions of our life and fully appreciate yoga as a practice of being intimate with moment-to-moment reality.
Foreword ix
Richard Freeman
Preface to the Revised Edition xiii
A Note on Pronunciation of Sanskrit Terms xv
Introduction 1(6)
1 Vidya: Seeing Things as They Are
7(12)
2 Embracing Suffering
19(8)
3 Marga: Establishing the Path
27(6)
4 Embodying the Path
33(12)
5 The Eight Limbs
45(8)
6 Practicing the Yamas
53(10)
7 The Yamas beyond Dualism
63(6)
8 The Five Klesas
69(18)
9 Freedom through the Klesas
87(8)
10 Stillness and Movement
95(4)
11 The Five Kosas: Sheaths of the Mind and Body
99(14)
12 Working with the Kosas
113(6)
13 Samskaras: Webs of Mind and Body
119(8)
14 Prana: Energetic Flow
127(8)
15 Body in Mind
135(6)
16 Letting Go: Asana and Meditation Intertwined
141(10)
17 Prana and Citta
151(14)
18 The Empty Vessel
165(14)
19 Sunyata: Boundless and Empty
179(14)
20 Yoga, Death, and Dying: What Is Most Astounding?
193(20)
Michael Sho Ken Stone: An Appreciation 213(2)
Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara
Acknowledgments 215(2)
Notes 217(6)
Glossary of Sanskrit Terms 223(8)
Credits 231(2)
Index 233