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By Richard Grossinger,John E. Upledger
By H. Stark,J. Roffe
By Mark Stephens,Mariel Hemmingway
Drawing on a large spectrum of views, and that includes greater than a hundred and fifty images and illustrations, the e-book covers primary subject matters of yoga philosophy and background, together with a old presentation of classical yoga literature: the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras of Pataljali, and the most historic resources on tantra and early hatha yoga. all the 11 significant sorts of modern yoga is defined, with a short historical past of its improvement and the distinguishing components of its teachings. Exploring conventional and sleek facets of anatomy and body structure, the publication offers vast aid and instruments for educating 108 yoga poses (asanas), respiring innovations (pranayama), and meditation. Teaching Yoga deals useful recommendation for lecture room setup, making plans and sequencing sessions, in addition to the method concerned with turning into a instructor and maintaining oneself within the career. The e-book has over 2 hundred bibliographic resources, a finished index, and an invaluable appendix that lists institutions, institutes, corporations, assets for yoga teachers.
From the alternate Paperback edition.
By Eva Weber-Guskar
By Edward Boyer
By Carl Friedrich
By Mark Siderits
By Timothy O'Connor,Constantine Sandis
- The first quantity to survey the complete box of philosophy of motion (the critical concerns and methods on the subject of human activities)
- Brings jointly especially commissioned chapters from overseas specialists
- Discusses various principles and doctrines, together with rationality, unfastened will and determinism, virtuous motion, felony accountability, Attribution idea, and rational service provider in evolutionary standpoint
- Individual chapters additionally hide in demand historical figures from Plato to Ricoeur
- Can be approached as a whole narrative, but additionally serves as a piece of reference
- Offers wealthy insights into a space of philosophical inspiration that has attracted thinkers because the time of the traditional Greeks
By Titus Rivas,Anny Dirven,Rudolf Smit,Janice Holden,Robert Mays,Suzanne Mays
Are near-death reviews (NDEs) simply complex hallucinations produced through a demise mind? Or the exuberant fantasies of attention-seeking narcissists? because the money owed during this publication abundantly display: Neither!
This ebook includes over a hundred trustworthy, frequently firsthand debts of perceptions in the course of NDEs that have been later confirmed as exact through autonomous resources. those near-death experiencers have been daily humans from everywhere in the world—many of whom have been clinically useless, not able to determine or pay attention, and but capable of understand new vistas of an international past the senses or even past death.
The Self doesn't Die is a trailblazing attempt to offer the main proven circumstances of realization past demise ever compiled. In those circumstances, the authors have long past again to the unique resources, the folk desirous about each one case, every time attainable, instead of counting on secondhand assets. In so doing, they've got assembled a different number of empirical facts that any pupil precious of the identify needs to take into account.
By rigorously learning and describing many convincing and corroborated circumstances, in the course of cardiac arrest and different instances, the authors finish that there are strong purposes to imagine that our awareness doesn't regularly coincide with the functioning of our mind: stronger realization can occasionally be skilled individually from the body.
This ebook is a must read for a person eager to recognize extra approximately this attention-grabbing topic with its implications concerning the very nature of human awareness and its survival of actual demise. It has the aptitude to transform the at the moment nonetheless broadly approved materialist paradigm in science.
By Rudiger Bittner