Yoga philosophy: ancient texts of wisdom brought to life word by word

Gain direct access to the tradition and wisdom of yoga via its ancient philosophical source texts. The translations of Patanjali's Yoga-Sutra, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the mantras and extracts from the Upanishads include word by word explanations and modern commentaries. Start here into a more profound study of yoga's underlying philosophy!

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Source texts and Mantra: Ancient texts of wisdom brought to life word by word

Gain a direct access to ancient texts of wisdom and dive through them in yoga tradition. All translations of Patanjali's Yoga-Sutra, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Mantra and some Upanishad fragments are translated word by word with detailed grammatical analysis - this can be sour start for a deep philosophic study!

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Sanskrit and Devanagari: the holy language of yoga and it's scripture

The sound of Sanskrit is recorded in exact detail in the Devanagari writing system. Consciously pronouncing those sounds can turn into a form of meditation. Grammar and words will provide you access to the yoga source texts and yoga terminology. You will quickly feel familiar with this terminology since Sanskrit is the oldest "child" of an assumed Indo-European original language.

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Philosophy and Tradition: The origin and purpose of Yoga

Yoga is more than just a work-out! The physical practice serves one purpose only: recognising your true core. In this process, yoga philosophy will offer you a new perspective on yourself over and over again.

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