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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Collection of Yoga Mantras

A mantra is a sacred verse or sound. Recited or chanted in Sanskrit, it symbolically conveys the spiritual dimension of yoga. The word-by-word translations and commentaries will offer you a conscious and profound access to yoga philosophy.

Source texts and Mantra

Patanjali’s Yoga-Sutra – the Guide of Yoga, with translation and commentary

The four chapters of Patanjali's Yoga-Sutra in a new, commented word-by-word translation by Dr. Ronald Steiner. Get a new perspective on yourself with the help of this 2000 year-old guideline and fundamental source text.

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The mystical yoga teachings of the Upanishads

The first philosophical roots of yoga can be found in the texts of the classical Upanishads, which are about 2,500 years old. This tradition of mystical yoga teachings continued in the later Upanishads until about 500 years ago.

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Svatmarama’s Hatha Yoga Pradipika – The Candle of Hatha Yoga

Svatmarama brings light into the darkness of Hatha Yoga. At least this is what the title of his book, Hatha Yoga Pradipika or "The Candle (or Light) of Hatha Yoga", promises. Start your journey to the roots of Hatha Yoga dating back to the 14th Svatmarama brings light into the darkness of Hatha Yoga. At least this is what the title of his book, Hatha Yoga Pradipika or "The Candle (or Light) of Hatha Yoga", promises. Start your journey to the roots of Hatha Yoga dating back to the 14th century with the original Sanskrit text and a word-by-word translation with a commentary. Illumination included for free!

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