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Yoga

A disease-free world has been an enduring aspiration of the modern age. Amidst the many answers and remedies for health for all the simple truth of the potential healing capacity of every individual’s body is overlooked. For activating the healing energy in oneself, all one has to do is to connect the mind and body in such a way that they work in perfect harmony.

Contents

  1. Indian Concept of Yoga
  2. Ashtanga Yoga
  3. Classical Yoga
  4. Origin of Yoga
  5. Control of Mind
  6. Yoga and Ayurveda
  7. Upanishads on Yoga
  8. Bahiranga and Ashtanga Yoga
  9. Atman
  10. Vidya
  11. Avidya
  12. Upanishad and Ashtanga yoga
  13. Bhagavad Gita
  14. Karma Yoga
  15. Bhakti Yoga
  16. Bhakti in Vaishnava school
  17. Shanta Bhava
  18. Dasya Bhava
  19. Sakhya Bhava
  20. Valsalya Bhava
  21. Madhura Bhava
  22. Jnana Yoga
  23. Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra
  24. Samadhi Pada
  25. Sadhana Pada
  26. Vibhuti Pada
  27. Kaivalya Pada
  28. Ashtanga Yoga
  29. Yoga Charya
  30. Yama
  31. Ahimsa
  32. Satya
  33. Asteya
  34. Brahmacharya
  35. Aparigraha
  36. Niyama
  37. Saucha
  38. Santosha
  39. Tapas
  40. Svadhyaya
  41. Iswarapranidhana
  42. Bahiranga Yoga
  43. Asana
  44. How yoga asanas differ from other forms...
  45. Pranayama
  46. Pratyahara
  47. Antharanga Yoga
  48. Dharana
  49. Dhyana
  50. Samadhi
  51. Samprajnata Samadhi
  52. Asamprajnata Samadhi
  53. Yoga Chitta Vrutti Nirodha
  54. Tantra
  55. Kundalini Yoga
  56. Nadis
  57. Ida
  58. Pingala
  59. Sushumna
  60. Chakra
  61. Mantra
  62. Srishti
  63. Purusha
  64. Sarira
  65. Kosha
  66. Maya
  67. Surya Namaskar
  68. First position
  69. Second position
  70. Third position
  71. Fourth position
  72. Fifth position
  73. Sixth position
  74. Seventh position
  75. Eighth position
  76. Ninth Position
  77. Tenth position
  78. Eleventh position
  79. Twelfth position
  80. Tadasana
  81. Trikonasana
  82. Vrikshasana
  83. Padahasthasana
  84. Parsvottanasana
  85. Chakrasana
  86. Sukasana
  87. Padmasana
  88. Sirshasana
  89. Sarvangasana
  90. Halasana
  91. Paschimottanasana
  92. Kurmasana
  93. Akarna Dhanurasana
  94. Vajrasana
  95. Supta Vajrasana
  96. Ardha Chandrasana
  97. Anjaneyasana
  98. Ardha Matsyendrasana
  99. Kakasana
  100. Mayoorasana
  101. Urdhvamukha Paschimottanasana
  102. Yoga Mudrasana
  103. Janu Sirshasana
  104. Ekapada Sirasana
  105. Matsyasana
  106. Bhujangasana
  107. Bhujangasana variation
  108. Kukkudasana
  109. Ardha Salabhasana
  110. Poornasalabhasana
  111. Ardhamerudendasana
  112. Poornamerudendasana
  113. Sethubandhasana
  114. Ardha Pavanamuktasana
  115. Poornapavanamuktasana
  116. Dhanurasana
  117. Rocking bow
  118. Savasana
  119. General advice
  120. Food & other requisites
  121. Environment for yoga practice
  122. Rest
  123. Adwaita
  124. Agamas
  125. Ganapatya Cult
  126. Hatha Yoga
  127. Karma
  128. Patanjali
  129. Prakruti
  130. Sadhana
  131. Shaiva Cult
  132. Shakti Cult
  133. Sankara
  134. Saura, Cult
  135. Buddha
  136. Aurobindo
  137. Swami Vivekananda
  138. Triguna
  139. Upanishad
  140. Vaishnava Cult
  141. Veda
  142. Vinoba Bhave
  143. Nyaya
  144. Vaiseshika
  145. Sankhya
  146. Purva Mimamsa
  147. Vedanta