Publisher: Michael Beloved
Date: Dec 2014
Page Count: 706
Trim Size: 7 x 1.6 x 10 (inches)
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit / Meditation
Bookwire (Bowker ISBN / SEO): Paperback /
Forum: inSelf Yoga
Author's Comment / Back Cover:
This is perhaps the most detailed commentary, most English-expressed translation of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika with profuse illustrations of what happens in the subtle body of a yogi who is proficient in kundalini manipulation for subtle body transformation. Some diagrams show what happens in the subtle body of a yogi who masters this process.
The tantric aspects of controlled psyche-arresting sexual intercourse is plainly discusses just as Swatmarama Mahayogin did in the Sanskrit original but with more details in the commentary of exactly how that is done. This is the theory. A reader is responsible for the practice but there is sufficient exposition. Any ascetic can use this information to develop a kundalini yoga practice. The raja yoga integration of remaining introverted while being externally occupied is explained.
Kundalini yoga as it is described in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika is a complicated mix of ascetic practices, but if the student learns each of the aspects from a competent teacher, it can be mastered. This book is the syllabus for such education and gives the theoretical platform for this.
A terse but very precise syllabus of physical body postures, breath-infusion, mystic arresting-actions and linkage to a divine world using the technique of kundalini manipulation for subtle body transformation.
It sure is. Use this if you would sort the components of consciousness and push the limits of psychic research using your psychology as the primary subject of observation.
Did you consider transmuting sexual energy?
Learn from this how the yogis did it. Study the techniques. Apply them in your body. The author gives his experience and show what he adjusted, how he succeeded and where his practice may lead.
Wondering about the application to social life?
This includes the course for raja yoga or remaining introverted while being externally occupied. It allows you to remain in the world, while making spiritual advancement both in your spare time and while being engaged but applying your progressive insight to sort the complications of destiny which confront you in social dealings.