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Practical Yoga Psychology

Author : Rishi Vivekananda
ISBN : 8186336397
Genre : Yoga
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Our Many Selves

Author : Sri Aurobindo
ISBN : 0940985349
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Many of us face the difficulty of trying to change something in our nature, only to find that it is either difficult or virtually impossible. The key to solving this problem actually lies in a deeper understanding of the true nature of our psychological being. We are actually composed of various different "parts" or "planes" of action that combine together, interact with one another and impinge upon one another. This understanding allows us to differentiate between a mental idea, a force of will, an emotional movement, a vital energy, or a physical structure, and thereby more clearly understand the results of our psychological efforts and growth activities.

Yoga Psychology

Author : Swami Ajaya
ISBN : 0893890529
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A clear and easy to understand guide to the fundamentals of meditation.

Foundations Of Yoga Psychology

Author : K. Ramakrishna Rao
ISBN : 9789811054099
Genre : Psychology
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This book discusses the profound philosophy and practical psychology behind yoga, beyond its popular body-culture aspect. It pays particular attention to the psychological principles involved and their implications for the consummate understanding of human nature. It explores the psychological aspects of yoga theory and practice and discusses the aphorisms in Patanjali’s treatise on Yoga with necessary commentary in current psychological terminology to make them intelligible to students of psychology and other interested readers. Importantly, the author draws out the implications of these aphorisms for future psychological study and research. The book discusses the author’s concept of yoga of nonviolence which brings in Gandhian ideas into the framework of yoga. The author’s own vast experience in creating interfaces of yoga research with practice also informs the discussions in this book. This authoritative and topical book by an eminent academic like Professor Ramakrishna Rao is of interest to scholars and students of diverse disciplines, including but not limited to psychology, philosophy and wellbeing research.

Foundations Of Indian Psychology Volume 2 Practical Applications

Author : Misra
ISBN : 9789332506480
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Foundations of Indian Psychology Volume 2: Practical Applications focuses on the practical applications of the Indian influences in Psychology. Second in a two-part series, this book discusses aspects of psychology vis-à-vis health, education and social issues. Essays in the book analyze how the theories and concepts discussed in the previous volume can be used to address issues plaguing modern society. This book is useful for students and scholars of psychology, philosophy, sociology and religion as well as the general reader.

Foundations Of Indian Psychology Volume 2 Practical Applications

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ISBN : 8131730859
Genre : Psychology
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The Yoga Of Sleep And Dreams

Author : Sri Aurobindo
ISBN : 0940985748
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The practice of yoga continues day and night. This book aids the seeker in becoming conscious and turning sleep and dreams into the opportunity for real and substantial progress on the path of yoga.

The Philosophy Of Classical Yoga

Author : Georg Feuerstein
ISBN : 0892816031
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A widely respected yoga scholar offers the first comprehensive study of the philosophical concepts of classical yoga, based on the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali.

Yoga Psyche

Author : Mariana Caplan
ISBN : 9781622037261
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Has yoga improved your health and expanded your awareness—but emotional and relationship issues continue to challenge you? Or, have you found psychotherapy helpful . . . yet yearn for further spiritual discovery? With Yoga & Psyche, Mariana Caplan invites you to explore these two profound domains of transformation and learn how they so effectively complement each other. In this compelling guide—rich with original research, clinical findings, Dr. Caplan's own personal experiences, and many direct hands-on practices—she takes you on an in-depth exploration of this emerging terrain. Along the way, you are invited to become a participant in the evolution of this emergent field. Using the core principles and practices of trauma healing, yoga therapy, somatics and somatic therapies, depth psychology, and neuroscience—seamlessly combined with yoga postures, breathwork, meditation, and visualization—Yoga & Psyche will help you to: • Apply the insights of psychology in a practical way to your own yoga practice, teaching, professional work, and personal life • Discover how to use psychological inquiry to amplify yoga—turning it into a powerfully effective "free therapy on the mat" • Delve into the many emotional layers of asana and yoga practice for trauma healing and recovery • Experience step-by-step exercises to transform your yoga practice and experience greater calm, clarity, and emotional well-being Yoga & Psyche is emerging as a go-to reference guide to the joining of these two fields, now being adopted in yoga and somatic teacher training programs and university psychology classes nationwide. If you're seeking healing, transformation, and greater moments of daily joy and fulfillment—or want to help others do so—this comprehensive guide provides the compassionate, practical, and groundbreaking guidance you need.

The Positive Psychology Of Buddhism And Yoga

Author : Marvin Levine
ISBN : 9781135666354
Genre : Medical
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In a manner never before published, this book presents both Buddhism and Yoga and relates them to contemporary Western psychology. Although existing books begin with advanced concepts, such as emptiness or egolessness, The Positive Psychology of Buddhism and Yoga begins with very basic concepts and avoids the exotic and so called "mystical" notions. Levine emphasizes the goals of Buddhism and Yoga and the methods they employ to achieve those goals. This book is divided into four sections. The first deals with Buddhism, the second with Yoga, and the third describes aims and practices in Western clinical psychology. The fourth section is a workshop on handling anger. The central lesson of the first three sections is that one can improve one's life by changing one's self. This fourth section applies this lesson and the methods of the three preceding sections to handling one's own anger. Overall the book is rich with Eastern tales and illustrative anecdotes. These concrete examples vividly illuminate the general conceptual presentation. Levine shows not only the basic concerns of Buddhism and Yoga and how intensely practical their methods are but how these concerns and methods relate to those of modern Western psychology. Application to daily living is emphasized throughout. The serious reader should start: *to experience less anger, agitation, and stress; *to improve relationships with coworkers, family, and friends; and *to face life's challenges with greater wisdom and strength.

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