An Introduction to the Philosophy of Yoga
by Swami Krishnananda
Publisher: The Divine Life Society 2008
Number of pages: 101
Yoga refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines originating in India. This book is a comprehensive study of the mechanics of yoga from its subjective, objective and transcendental aspects. A complete guide-book almost incomparable in its nature.
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