By Shandor Remete
In Shadow Yoga, Chaya Yoga, author Shandor Remete indicates how one can make the most of yoga to improve all features of actual and religious future health. Focusing in particular at the hatha culture, the booklet delves deep into unique Sanskrit texts, explaining the theoretical starting place of yoga in transparent, encouraging language. Remete describes the "shadows" famous by means of classical yoga lecturers that block the scholar, and indicates methods to maneuver past them. The booklet covers the main techniques of conventional yoga—the marmas, chakras, vayus (sources of energy), and nadis (flows of strength throughout the body)—before turning to the yogic concepts that increase their situation and functioning—asana (poses), nauli (abdominal exercises), pranayama (breathing), mudra (gestures), and laya (absorptions). It closes with illustrated sequences of crucial asanas. Shadow Yoga also discusses a number of little-understood, oft-neglected points of yogic education, akin to the position of marma points (acupuncture-like power issues) and the impression of the zodiac. special drawings of the body’s strength method and its hyperlinks to those elemental and planetary forces supply a visible advisor to those mostly unknown components of yoga. this data, thought of crucial in Indian yogic traditions, has been nearly solely misplaced in smooth Western colleges of yoga. writer Remete restores that info during this superbly designed book.
From the alternate Paperback edition.