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Path of Deliberate Rigour: Hathayoga

Path of Deliberate Rigour: Hathayoga
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Item Code: NAE634
Author: Dr.Jayant Balaji Athavale & Dr. Kunda jyant Athavale
Publisher: Sanatan Bharatiya Sanskriti Sanstha
Language: English
Edition: 2000
Pages: 128
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch
weight of the book: 150 gms
About the Author

Dr. Jayant and Dr. (Mrs.) Kunda Jayant Athavale All the Works of Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavale & Dr. (Mrs. ) Kunda Jayant Athavale deal with the doctrine and practice of spirituality & are thoroughly comprehensive. They cover all the conceivable face and are substantiated with his deep study and guide a layman, a ‘man on the path’ or a devotee inspiring him to hold on more devotedly to the path of righteousness.

Dr. Jayant with His life-partner Dr. Kunda has co-authored books on spirituality which are translated in many languages. He started his main missionary work to enlighten the aspirants in the State of Maharashtra. His mission has now started spreading its wings over very many States by opening the Centers of Spirituality all over India. He has a large following of aspirants from all walks of life in India as well as Abroad

His spiritual master, the late Shrimat Sadguru Bhaktaraj Maharaj accepted Dr. Athavale & His Wife’s humble & yet erudite discipleship and bestowed all the gifts of spiritual knowledge & practice upon both of them lavishly. As a result, this couple now runs a society names “Sanatan Bharatiya Sanskruti Sanstha”. It has Centers galore & Carry on the work of spreading the scientifically correct knowledge of spirituality.

All their lectures, researches, books and pamphlets are full ‘ever new’ vibes that they receive during their course means’ Ever New’ & this is what is really needed by the present society in every clime and time.

Preface

Some term in Spirituality are used either in a specific form or general context. For example the word ‘pran’ refers to the energy responsible for the act of inspiration at a glance while in the broad sense it cannotes ‘panchapran’ the five vital energies responsible for the act of inspiration at a glance while in the broad sense it connotes ‘ panchapran’ the five vital energies in the body. The same hold good for the word Hathayoga (path of deliberate Rigour). The literal meaning is explained in this book in ‘chapter 32: Hathayoga in the ordinary sense’. In the broad sense hathayoga includes postures (asans), BANDHAS, MUDRAS, SILENCE 9MOUN), TRATAK, PRANAYAM, ETC. Information on these is provided in various chapter of this book.

Though the topics discussed in this book appear to be related only to the physical body, yet how beneficial they are from the psychological and spiritual points of view have been mentioned in the respective chapters. For those who are unable to do spiritual practice with the mind or intellect, it becomes easier to start with Hathayaoga. In other words to keep the physical body healthy so as to be able to practice spirituality, every seeker should use some techniques mentioned in this book. The method of putting it into practice is given in ‘Chapter 30-Asan, bandha and mudra

For a better understanding of topic, along with the English word the corresponding Sanskrut / Marathi word is given in brackets. Where a suitable English word is not available the Sanskrut / Marathi word is used with its meaning alongside.

Contents

30Asan, Bandha and Mudra13
31Path of ilence (Mounyoga)33
32Hathayoga in the Ordinary Sense41
33Control over Sexual Desire51
34Tratak68
35Pranayam84
Epilogue118
Appendix119
ASanatan Bharatiya Sanskruti Sanstha123
BThe University of Spirituality

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