"They say that men can take care of themselves, but the poor animals cannot. (But) ...the majority of us cannot see beyond a few years, just as some animals cannot see beyond a few steps. Just a little narrow circle–that is our world. We have not the patience to look beyond, and thus become immoral and wicked. This is our weakness, our powerlessness.... It is not the blind, birdlike emotion that leads to perfection....(Here) emotion has no place, nor sentimentalism, nor anything that belongs to the senses but only the light of pure reason." - Swami Vivekananda
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LIBRARYCream of Yoga | Index  

 

     

                INDEX

 

 

     1. Photo of Monotosh Roy

     2. Foreword

     3. Focus

     4. Cures and Remedies

     5. Principal Rules

     6. Different Poses of Asanas

     7. Anatomical Illustrations

     8. A few words from Dr. Sujit Guha

 



Yogin with six chakras. Painting. Kangra school. Late 18th century A.D.
Yogin with six chakras. Painting. Kangra school. Late 18th century A.D.

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