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Autobiography Of A Yogi

Author : Paramahansa Yogananda
ISBN : 9781775411451
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The autobiography of Paramahansa Yogananda (1893 - 1952) details his search for a guru, during which he encountered many spiritual leaders and world-renowned scientists. When it was published in 1946 it was the first introduction of many westerners to yoga and meditation. The famous opera singer Amelita Galli-Curci said about the book: "Amazing, true stories of saints and masters of India, blended with priceless superphysical information-much needed to balance the Western material efficiency with Eastern spiritual efficiency-come from the vigorous pen of Paramhansa Yogananda, whose teachings my husband and myself have had the pleasure of studying for twenty years."
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Krishnapriya

Author : Anuradha Iyer
ISBN : 9781947851764
Genre : Religion
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Krishnapriya is a fictionalised account of her own journey and an overview of books she has read, enjoyed and profited from. Krishnapriya is the soul of every woman who takes several births and gathers experiences through one body after another to experience pure love of Krishna, the eternal adolescent whose play is the Universe. Elevated Krishna devotees have declared that every soul that exists in the universe is female. It is natural therefore that souls should transmigrate across lifetimes till they unite with the only male in all creation - Krishna.
Category: Religion

Original Yoga

Author : Richard Rosen
ISBN : 9780834827400
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Widely respected yoga teacher and author Richard Rosen draws on ancient yoga encyclopedias to explain how yoga was practiced before it became popular in the West. He compares the three main existing sources known to yoga scholars to describe how complex and rich the practice of yoga once was. It included systematic teachings on personal hygiene, good health, and good relationships, and other practices of yoga that went far beyond just the physical postures. Each section of the book offers a guided practice session of ancient poses and breathing techniques to enable readers to connect to the roots of their yoga and to offer a framework from which to understand the sequences they use in their regular sessions.
Category: Health & Fitness

Brilliant Moon

Author : Rab-gsal-zla-ba (Dis-mgo Mkhyen-brtse)
ISBN : 9781590302842
Genre : Religion
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Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1910–1991) was one of the most respected and influential Tibetan Buddhist teachers of our age. There was something remarkable about his presence that impressed everyone who met him—a quality of mind that comes across even in photographs. Here is his memoir of a remarkable life of study, teaching, and solitary retreat, told with a wealth of anecdotes and stories. It will be an inspiration to the readers of his numerous books—as well as to all Buddhist practitioners, who will welcome this rare opportunity to hear the experiences of a highly realized being in his own words. The book also provides an authentic view of Tibetan culture and of the hardships endured by the Tibetans after the Chinese takeover.The second half of the book is a treasury of recollections about Khyentse Rinpoche by his wife; his grandson and heir, Sechen Rabjam Rinpoche; and other lamas and friends who knew him well.
Category: Religion

Lost Masters

Author : Linda Johnsen
ISBN : 9781608684380
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Ashrams in Europe twenty-five hundred years ago? Greek philosophers studying in India? Meditation classes in ancient Rome? It sounds unbelievable, but it’s historically true. Alexander the Great had an Indian guru. Pythagoras, Empedocles, and Plotinus all encouraged their students to meditate. Apollonius, the most famous Western sage of the first century c.e., visited both India and Egypt—and claimed that Egyptian wisdom was rooted in India. In Lost Masters, award-winning author Linda Johnsen, digging deep into classical sources, uncovers evidence of astonishing similarities between some of the ancient Western world’s greatest thinkers and India’s yogis, including a belief in karma and reincarnation. Today ancient Greek philosophers are remembered as the founders of Western science and civilization. We’ve forgotten that for over a thousand years they were revered as sages, masters of spiritual wisdom. Lost Masters is an exploration of our long-lost Western spiritual heritage and the surprising insights it can offer us today.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Calm

Author : Michael Acton Smith
ISBN : 3426675196
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Eat Pray Love

Author : Elizabeth Gilbert
ISBN : 3833310502
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Die Astral Ebene

Author : Charles W. Leadbeater
ISBN : OCLC:1057447689
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City

Author : William H. Whyte
ISBN : 0812220749
Genre : Architecture
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Named by Newsweek magazine to its list of "Fifty Books for Our Time." For sixteen years William Whyte walked the streets of New York and other major cities. With a group of young observers, camera and notebook in hand, he conducted pioneering studies of street life, pedestrian behavior, and city dynamics. City: Rediscovering the Center is the result of that research, a humane, often amusing view of what is staggeringly obvious about the urban environment but seemingly invisible to those responsible for planning it. Whyte uses time-lapse photography to chart the anatomy of metropolitan congestion. Why is traffic so badly distributed on city streets? Why do New Yorkers walk so fast—and jaywalk so incorrigibly? Why aren't there more collisions on the busiest walkways? Why do people who stop to talk gravitate to the center of the pedestrian traffic stream? Why do places designed primarily for security actually worsen it? Why are public restrooms disappearing? "The city is full of vexations," Whyte avers: "Steps too steep; doors too tough to open; ledges you cannot sit on. . . . It is difficult to design an urban space so maladroitly that people will not use it, but there are many such spaces." Yet Whyte finds encouragement in the widespread rediscovery of the city center. The future is not in the suburbs, he believes, but in that center. Like a Greek agora, the city must reassert its most ancient function as a place where people come together face-to-face.
Category: Architecture

Sorge Dich Nicht Lebe

Author : Dale Carnegie
ISBN : 380009200X
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Gut verständliche Grundsätze, die helfen, zu einem vom Ängsten und Aufregungen befreiten Leben zu finden.
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