The Yogic Dharma: The Supreme Yamas and Niyamas by SantataGamana
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Overview: Revealing the underlying essence of the Yamas and Niyamas. A profound, unconventional, and inspiring exposition on the spirit of the Yogic Dharma principles. You’ve probably heard or read about the yogic dharma principles of the Yamas and Niyamas before. But was it life-changing? Did it create any lasting impact on your mind? The truth of the matter is that nobody cares about the Yamas and Niyamas. Reading about them is often tedious, dense, and impractical.
So, why is there another book on them? Because this book is remarkably different-it’s not what you think it will be. No mindlessly parroting with the typical superficial observances, abstentions, codes of restraint, “dos,” and “don’ts.” No rhetoric concerning how practicing celibacy and faithfully reading archaically translated scriptures are the cornerstones of proper Yoga and spiritual practice. No attempt to instill outdated and dogmatic morals or ethnics into you. Here, we will go beyond an exposition on ethical or moral concepts, and even beyond typical yogic understandings, into a deeper and unified framework of understanding.
When these first two limbs of the Yoga Sutras are presented in a distorted, westernized, or over-theorized manner, which is oftentimes embellished to fit today’s “self-help chocolate” reading culture, they help very few genuine seekers advance in their spiritual journey of self-transcendence. But enough is enough. Prepare yourself for an insightful, pragmatic, and spiritually maturing exposition on Yogic Dharma principles-like you’ve never seen before. You’ll experience a total recontextualization of the Yamas and Niyamas, and rather than applying them as the moral and ethical bedrock of Yoga practice, they will be used as tools for Self-Realization. Now that’s what a real twist is, and hopefully, one that will unleash a powerful roar in your heart-the roar of Freedom!
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy | Spirituality