A Beginner's Book of Yoga
1927. This book is not a complete or definitive treatise on Yoga, but it is hoped that it accomplishes two things: a selection of Mrs. Beck's best writings in the field of Yoga and a defense against the crazy cult idea which has entered many uninstructed minds. Contents: The Mirror of the Passing Show from The Way of Power; The Man Who Saw from The Openers of the Gate; The Heart of a Coward from The House of Fulfillment; Concentration and Its Powers from The Story of Oriental Philosophy; Concentration and Its Attainment from The Story of Oriental Philosophy; Matter and Spirit from The Garden of Vision; A Dream from The Way of Power; and Self-Realization from The Way of Power.
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