Ransoming the Mind: An Integration of Yoga and Modern Therapy
Yes International Publishers, 1986 - Počet stran: 329
This book offers an inside look at a little-discussed dimension of yoga -- yoga as therapy. Charles Bates parallels between modern and ancient systems of personal transformation. The methods he offers in this book are some of those by which the sages of old ransomed the mind from the darkness of ignorance and the addiction to dysfunction, turning it towards its next stage of development, the realisation of a transcendent self.
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What Is Yoga?
The Addiction Process
The Yoga Parallel
The Mind in Yoga
Steps to Transformation
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