Yoga: The Art of Integration

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A Commentary on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

According to Patanjali, Yoga is correctly defined as a state of mind completely free from all reactive tendencies. These tendencies – habits of the mind – are grooves into which the thought-emotion current inevitably flows. A mind in which there is no centre of reaction is a truly free mind, uncorrupt and incorruptible.

State of Yoga (includes Acquired Nature, Centres of Habit, Nature of Distraction, Purified Memory, Thought – Seed), Instruments of Yoga (includes Preliminary Preparation, Functioning – Base of Karma, The Great Vow, Re – Education of the Senses). Attainment of Yoga (includes Distraction without a Disturbance, Transformation of the Mind, Extra – Sensory Perception, Action of Mind Over Matter) & Fulfilment of Yoga (includes Process of Psychological Association, Intervals of Non-Awareness, The Timeless Moment).

464pp Hardback 1975

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