Inspired to learn and practice yoga? Joining a studio or a weekend class in the nearby park, won’t help you become a Yogi.
Yoga is much more than just physical exercise and breathing!!!
One needs to develop the core of a yogi before you truly experience the wonders of the Yogic path. Here are the 3 best books on Yoga that will help you develop the right insight and connect with the authentic wisdom from Ancient India.
The most inspiring book on Yogic Path
Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramhansa Yogananda is one
of the most inspiring books for anyone motivated to take the
path of Yoga. The life of Yogananda has been an example of yogic
discipline and a deep desire for self-realization. His story has inspired
millions of seekers from around the globe into the path of self-realization.
This is one of the only few books that helps anyone develop the
right perspective of spirituality and develop a distortion-free spiritual path.
The Bible of Yoga
The second must read book on yoga is known as the Bible of
Yoga as it holds the most profound source of information
that dates back to more than 2000 years. Light on the Yoga Sutras
of Patanjali is the English version of the ancient text
by Maharshi Patanjali. The modern age Yoga master BKS Iyengar
explains each philosophy in the simplest form.
The reader gets ingrained with the most refined yogic knowledge
That was ever available to this world.
Practitioner guide for all
Light on Yoga by BKS IYENGAR is the practitioner guide for
both beginners and experienced practitioners. This book helps
you develop and refine your daily practice with every step explained
And displayed in pictures.
What Dr. Indranill Basu-Ray an eminent Cardiologist says about Yoga as Medicine:
The first reference book on Yoga for Heart Disease
The Principles and Practice of Yoga in Cardiovascular Medicine is the first book on the role of yoga in cardiac health. Based on extensive studies in the past decade and written by 75 authority figures in the fields of medicine, research, and yoga from around the world. The authors include Dr. Gregory Fricchione, Director of the Benson- Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine and Associate Chief of Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston; Dr. Robert Schneider, Dean of the College of Integrative Medicine, Maharishi International University, Fairfield, USA; Dr. Keith C. Norris, Professor of Medicine, UCLA Division of General Internal Medicine, and Health Services Research; Dr. Subash Chandra Manchanda, former chief of cardiology at the AIIMS, New Delhi; Dr. Srinath Reddy, president Public Health Foundation of India and Dr. BN Gangadhar, chairman, Ethics Board at the National Medical Council, India, to name a few. The editor, Dr. Indranill Basu Ray, MBBS, MD (Med), DNB (Card), FACP, FACC, DSc (Honoris Causa) is a cardiac electrophysiologist and a professor of Cardiology and Public Health, based in Memphis, TN, USA.
This book combines all the scientific evidence supporting yoga’s effectiveness in preventing and treating cardiovascular disease. Written by prominent people in medicine and research in a language the layperson may understand, this book helps the readers understand the science behind the application of yoga in disease prevention and treatment.
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