YOGA FOR DAILY LIFE contains the needful contemplative theme to lead a yogic life. It is based on Hathayoga and Astanga Yoga. The subject is explained in simple words in details and illustrated with adequate (305) diagrams and 37 coloured photos. Dynamic life and a sound health means living a yogic way of life, bubling with strength and creative energy, gifted with edurance and a sense of good feeling and happiness all the times. Being sattvic, disciplined, smart, balanced, creative, broadminded, loving humanity and living a virtuous life searching the truth. The things that get associated with a practice of yoga. Introduction of yoga, Yogic discipline, yogasanas controlling the life force, six purificational practices. Concentration, psychic centers, Bhagavat Kriya meditation, yoga in office. Attractive features that have been specially dealt to suit the masses facing problems living at metropolitan cities, have been discussed. Yogic Sadhaka can understand the subject and practice easily. This book is a good guide to every learner of Yoga who desires to get spiritually advanced stage and total health.
KRISHAN KUMAR SUMAN is a renouned writer in the field of Yoga. He has 45 years experience as a trainer of Yoga. He got yogic secrets (Antranga yoga) in his student life. He has been in contact with masters like Mother of Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Anandamayi Maa, Acharya Abhay Dev of Gurukul Kangri, Acharya Shree Ram, Shanti Kunj, Haridwar, Swami and Hathayogi. Bhaskrananda Paramhansa of Rajasthan, Yogi Shree C.B. Pradhan, Darjeeling etc. He has written 62 books out of them 14 books are on Yoga. He is Chief Editor of well-known magazine Yoga Manjari and advisor of four other magazines. He is advisor of various yoga institutions of repute. He is qualified 'Yogacharya' and 'Aurveda Ratna'. He has been a Delhi Government's Awardee. He has got so many awards like-Hindi Academi Award, Medal of Merit Award, Guru Dronacharya Award, Silver Star Award, Apar India Award, Dadhichi Samman and Rashtriya Gaurava Award etc.
"There is no dearth of books on yoga in the market. But there are only a few which really fulfil the purpose." Generally, yoga is being taken as a set of physical exercises needed to eradicate a number of diseases and keep one physically fit. Where as yoga is a treasure of knowledge about the human body, mental make up, physic and the soul. In fact it aims at achieving a healthy union between an individual soul and Universal Super Soul. It is like an ocean where most of the unseen world lies at the bottom which is unseenable as well as unreachable and the Science of Yoga which is a unique approach to lead an ideal human life gives its best to reveal and bring to surface the hidden secrets which the modern Science has failed to grasp and deal with. It is for this reason we say that the philosophy of yoga starts from the point where the knowledge of Science ends. So writing a book on yoga is not so an easy job. A realized 'yogi' has a vivid picture of the human life and the hidden godhood in him, the inner of inner-self the abode of 'Divine Energy'. As a result of his long experience and a whole life practice of complete yoga also termed as 'Ashtanga Yoga' he has in his mind a vivid picture of the three subtle 'nadis' viz. ida, pingla and sushumna and the seven plexus the power centres stationed on them in a very mysterious manner. The activation of these power centres, producing sympathetic vibrations, making them harmonically vibrant to suit a rising of the divine energy from the lowest focal point to the top most roof of the human body is not an easy job. To transfer and communicate all these vivid pictures from the mind and implant them to the highest degree in the mind of the readers is a gigantic task that requires a lot of skill, labour and a command over the vocabulary for embedding appropriate words, the best suited, to get in to fulfil the need for an ideal transportation of images from one mind to the other. An ideal narration is just like the placid flow of water in a stream with a musical humming note soothing and impressing the mind of the reader quietly pouring in the sacred knowledge like the divine nectar to arouse in him a blissful experience.
**Contents and Sample Pages**
Bhakti Yoga (15)
Hatha Yoga (66)
Karma Yoga (29)
Kriya Yoga (59)
Kundalini Yoga (44)
Yoga For Children (9)
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