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Hatha Yoga Pradipika

'Hatha Yoga Pradipika'
Yoga Swami Svatmarama. Hatha yoga pradipika Table of Contents Yoga Swami Svatmarama1 HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA .2 FOREWORD by B K S Iyengar.8 TRANSLATOR'S NOTE.9 INTRODUCTION 15 THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES 15 THE PREREQUISITES.20 YOGA AND THE ART OF HEALING24 THE ASANAS.39 THE WAY OF LIFE OF A YOGI.43 THE RIVER OF LIFE .43 THE PURIFICATION OF THE NADIS.51 KUMBHAKA58 ACTIVE YOGA.58 THE MUDRAS62 THE NECTAR.67 THE BANDHAS71 THE SHAKTI75 PASSIVE YOGA75 SAMADHI.80 MIND AND BREATH .85 THE DISSOLUTION .87 THE SHAMBHAVI MUDRA AND THE INNER LIGHT93 NADA, THE INNER SOUND .100 EPILOGUE.0 Yoga Swami Svatmarama. Hatha yoga pradipika i HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA Foreword by B K S Iyengar Commentary by Hans Ulrich Rieker Translated by Elsy Becherer This edition published by The Aquarian Press 1992 13579108642 English translation © Herder and Herder, Inc., an imprint of Crossroad/Continuum, Inc. Illustrations by Stephen Sturgess HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA1 FOREWORD by B K S Iyengar The Hatha yoga pradipika of Svatmarama is one of the most important yoga texts, and Hans?Ulrich Rieker's translation and commentary have long been valuable to yoga students as a complement to their practice and study. Hatha yoga, or hatha vidya (the science of hatha yoga) is commonly misunderstood and misrepresented as being simply a physical culture, divorced from spiritual goals. Hans?Ulrich Rieker shows the error of this idea by explaining the changes which take place, through the practice of hatha yoga, in the practitioner's body, mind and self. He makes the reader aware of the subjective transformation that occurs as the consciousness penetrates inwards towards the Self, and as the Self diffuses outwards. He shows that hatha yoga is not just physical exercise, but an integrated science leading towards spiritual evolution. We are caught up in emotions like lust (kama), anger (krodha), greed (lobha), infatuation (moha), pride (ynadha) and malice (matsarya). Hatha yoga helps us to overcome these obstacles and hindrances to spiritual development. It is a biochemical, psycho?physiological and psycho?spiritual science which deals with the moral, mental, intellectual and spiritual aspects of man, as well as the physical and physiological. We can clarify our understanding of hatha yoga by first examining five important underlying concepts: mind, knowledge, aims of life, health and afflictions. Mind Man is known as manava (human), as he is descended from Manu, the father of mankind who is said to be the son of Brahma, the Creator of the world. The word mana or manas (mind) comes from the root man, meaning to think. Man is one who possesses a mind. Manas means mind, intellect, thought, design, purpose and will. It is the internal organiser of the senses of perception and the organs of action, and the external organiser of intelligence, consciousness and the Self. Man is graced with this special sense so that he can en)oy the pleasures of the world, or seek emancipation and freedom(moksa) from worldly object
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