The Philosophy and Science of Yoga
The Power of Self-Expression 5,000 Years in the Making
The Philosophy and Science of Yoga walks the reader through the origins of yoga, explains its core disciplines and practical applications in the form of exercises, and circles back to the most ancient and influential thought. It captures the greater essence of yoga that spans 5,000 years, initially in oral traditions and eventually in written forms, in fewer than 200 pages.
Filled with authentic personal experiences and extensive research, the book bridges the gaps in knowledge, making it a fascinating and intellectually stimulating read. The author shares her knowledge of Himalayan folklores, yogic history and philosophy, psychology, medical science, and literary analysis to make the subject of spiritual yoga universal for any individual interested in exploring personal transformation through renewed mental, physical, and spiritual health, spiritual enlightenment, and liberation.
The book decodes the yogic quest for self-expression. It is a must-read for yoga seekers, yoga and health professionals, and those sincere in their quest for universal knowledge and a meaningful path.