Dynamic Stillness: The practice of trika yoga

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Rudra Press, 1990 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
Trika yoga suggests a way to live creatively, integrating physical, intellectual, and emotional energy with a more spiritual existence. "...presents, in sophisticated simplicity and...forthrightness, a key to understanding Tantric tradition and its implications for the modern world."--L.A. Times.

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The first book of this series, The Practice of Trika Yoga (Rudra Pr., 1990) introduced one of the oldest practices of meditation in religion. This second installment continues the study of the Tantric ... Read full review

Contents

We Are Not What We Think We Are
25
Desire and Purpose
47
Tensions and Creative Energy
71
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Swami Chetanananda is abbot of the Nityananda Institute, a spiritual community based in Portland, Oregon.

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