The Perfection of Yoga

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The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, 2010 - Philosophy - 56 pages
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A world-re­nowned yoga mas­ter cuts through the commercialism that now clouds the real meaning of yoga.

Be­yond the pos­tures and ex­er­cises, he ex­plains, the ancient teachings of yoga aim at lasting, loving union with the Su­preme.

The author, His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, has written more than 60 volumes of authoritative translations, commentaries and sun­dry studies of the philosophical and re­ligious classics of India. Highly respected in academic circles for their authority, depth and clarity, they are used as standard textbooks in numerous colleges and universities around the world.

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