Yoga for the Body, Mind and Soul

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Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog, May 2, 2014 - Health & Fitness - 440 pages
Yoga for the Body, Mind & Soul is a comprehensive treatise on Yoga, Mediation and Pranayam, incorporating all the five wings of unique and holistic system of Yog, Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog. With nearly 250 Yogasans, 13 pranayams and 24 mudras for complete protection of the body, subtle body relaxation and Roopdhyan meditation for your mind & soul, this book is a must have for aspirants who practice Yoga, Pranayam and Meditation. It also has a dedicated section on the science of healthy diet.
 

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Contents

Dedication
Acknowledgements
i
The Science of Healthy Diet
xii
Radhey Krishna Yogasans
xx
B Sūkṣhma Vyāyāms Subtle Exercises
lxx
Dhyānātmak Asans Meditative Poses
cxxiii
Sitting Poses
cxxxix
E Prone Poses
cccliii
Surya Namaskār Sun Salutation
xxxii
Radhey Krishna Pranayam
xlv
Selected Mudras Symbolic
cxxxiv
Ṣhaṭkarmas Cleansing Practices
clxxi
Bandhas Locks
xxxiv
Subtle Body Relaxation
liv
Roop Dhyan Meditation
lxxviii
Therapeutic Curative Index for Different Syndromes and Body Parts
xiii

F Supine Postures
cdi
G TopsyTurvy Poses
xii
H Hasyasans Laughter Poses
xxvi
GLOSSARY
xxvii
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About the author (2014)

Swami Mukundananda is a renowned spiritual teacher from India, and is the senior disciple of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. He is the founder of the Yogic system called “Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog” widely known as JKYog. Swamiji is a unique sanyasi (in the renounced order of life), who has a distinguished technical and management educational background that complements his profound spiritual knowledge.

Swami Mukundananda finished his B.Tech. from the world-renowned Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. He then completed his MBA from the equally revered Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Kolkata. After that, he worked for some time with one of India’s topmost industrial houses. However, distinguished material education and a promising corporate career did not quench his thirst for knowing the Absolute Truth. His penchant for a deeper understanding of the nature of divine love and bhakti (devotion) would drown his mind in spiritual thoughts for long periods. Soon, the longing for God was so strong that he renounced his career and travelled throughout India as a sanyasi.

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