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Classic Yoga Books

BHAGAVAD-GITA
Translation by Swami Sivananda
Translation by William Quan Judge

YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI
patanjali
HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA
hatha yoga pradipika
UPANISHADS
upanishads
AMRITA-GITA
amrita gita Hatha Yoga
Ashtanga Yoga
Karma Yoga
Japa Yoga
Nada Yoga
Bhakti Yoga
Jnana Yoga
Adhyatma Yoga
Kundalini Yoga
Mantra Yoga


Modern Writings
SELF-CONTROL AND YOGA
Conquest of Anger
Mind, Its Mysteries and Control
The Importance of Brahmacharya!!!
Kundalini Yoga (by Sri Swa..)
The Philosophy, Psychology and practice of Yoga
Raja Yoga ( Swami Vivekananda) Philosophy of Dreams (Sivananda)
Yoga System (Swami Krishnana..)
Thought Power (S.Sivananda)
How to get Vairagya


Practice
ASANAS & PRANAJAMA
Pranajama (by Swami Sivananda)
Surya Namaskar (Sun Greeting)

YOGIC KRIYAS (Shat Karma)
Jala & Sutra Neti Instruction
Tongue Cleaning or Jiva Sodhana
Nauli & Uddiana Bandha
More on Hatha Yoga Bandhas
Know the Atman (Self) as the lord of the chariot, and the body as the chariot. Know also the intellect to be the driver and mind the reins. The senses are called the horses; the sense objects are the roads ("Katha Upanishad")
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STRETCHING AND FLEXIBILITY
(by Bradford D. Appleton)
Everything you never wanted to know
Physiology of Stretching, Flexibility, Types of Stretching, Mental Psychology, How to Stretch...
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YOGA—WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT IS NOT
(by Swami Chidananda)

In Sanskrit, the primary definition of the term Yoga is the state of union with the Divine or the experience of oneness with the great Reality. Yoga, therefore, represents the experience of Truth, the consciousness of Reality, the union with the Divine. There are also secondary meanings of the term Yoga...
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HINTS FOR THE PRACTICE OF YOGA
(by Swami Krishnananda)

Yoga is not for anybody's sake, neither for your friends or relations, or your teenage kids, nor for the sake of your Guru, nor for the sake of telling others, "I am also doing Yoga". You do it for your own self...
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SPORTS TRAINING AND YOGA PRACTICE
(by Danielle Arin)

Yoga and sport are often seen in opposition, by nature of the quiet approach in yoga in contrast to the competitiveness of sport. In yoga we talk about practice, whereas in sport emphasis is placed upon training. What is most important however, is the attitude towards the development and the attainment of the individual's aim. continue

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