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Nd experience put together to outline various aspects of yoga practice however I got lost in the way the info was structured Somehow could not outline various aspects of yoga practice however I got lost in the way the info was structured Somehow could not a flow of info given most of the time and can not say that I learned much from it in spite of me reading and re reading some chapters few times Well my take away from it practice and all is coming I rarely give a book 5 stars This one deserved every one of them It was accurate and interesting I had a tough time trying to write a proper review of this book On the one hand this is one of the best books on yoga that I have ever read At a slim 233 pages the depth of it s content can not be found anywhere
ELSE IN SO SMALL A SPACE ON THE OTHER in so small a space On the other attempting to distill over forty years of practice and knowledge of yoga into such a small space seems a daunting task So while the content of the book is excellent the delivery of that content was not always optimal and could have used some refinementThe general theme of the book is to try to find the root simi. Yoga and much He also explores the role of the guru chanting meditation and the yogic imperative of offering service to others All of this is applied to the actual practice giving the reader the tools to digest and apply the wealth of information to daily life The Mirror of Yoga will be a welcome resource to all yogis who wish to
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review Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ï Richard FreemanThis book helped me to understand the true depth of yoga How it consumes your inner soul How it guides you How it talks to you How it fluid it is How easy it is to incorporate into one s life This book is written for highly evolved and intelligent people If you don t understand it yet practise yoga D Today in a fake world full of celebrity and fake yogis
few people certain books and those who don t they give a low rating Chock full of information about yoga philosophy and understanding the Upanisads and yoga sutra But very heady and philosophical Perhaps one to come back to and reread at another point along my yoga ourney again I didn t know what to expect when I picked this book up from the library although the cover does get some stares and glances in publicMany of my teachers adore Richard Freeman I can "SEE WHYI WOULD PRIMARILY RECOMMEND THIS TO SOMEONE WHO "whyI would primarily recommend this to someone who studied yoga significantly read Pradipika Yoga Sutras the Gita etc or who ust loves philosophy It could be intere. The world of yoga is astonishingly rich in its array of schools and practices Yet as diverse as they seem they share a common aim the discovery of the essence of existence that can be Found At The Core at the core our being and the liberation that comes from that discovery With this worthy goal in mind Richard Freeman presents an enlightening overview of the many teachings practices and scriptures that serve as the basis for all th. Sting to also read thisonly few people
As You Prepare To Readyou prepare to read of The Primary Texts I primary texts I shared Freeman s work is a lovely compliment to the texts many yogis study and presents a contemporary Am I really enjoyed this book Richard Freeman was my yoga teacher for 7 years and I am filled with respect and admiration for him He is the real thing His dedication to yoga and his deep of unders A stunning output which seem to properly introduce the complexety of the whole field of yoga not ust asanas A fascinating and deep read albeit sometimes uite verbose One of the best most comprehensive texts I have read on yoga The author does not espouse any particular agenda but goes deeply into the nuances of the practice beyond the physical asanas and offers a wealth of information on the various types of yoga practice as well Very much worth a read It s so difficult to comments on this book as it s so complex and I have a mixed feeling about it On the one hand it s obvious that s it s a lot of valuable information E schools of yoga hatha bhakti nana karma tantra and others He shows how the myriad forms are ultimately related and can even be perceived to make up a vast interpenetrating matrix symbolizing the unity profundity and beauty of the ancient tradition Richard's wide ranging discussion includes the Upanisads and Samkhya philosophies the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali the eight limbs of astanga yoga the process and purpose of hatha. .