About the Book
The present work is the product of author's profound studies in India's yogic
system. The author has worked out this abstruse subject in a peculiarly
comprehensible way. The comparison of the Eastern system of Yoga with the system
of analytical psychology as developed in the West is bound to make the subject
popular and attractive and all the same enlightening and useful. Both the
theoretical analysis and the practical wisdom go hand in hand. the reader can
get a clear idea of the system through the medium of this book.
'. .an admirably lucid exposition of a difficult subject and of a very
difficult writer. .'
The Times Literary Supplement
'Certainly Miss Coster's book should be read by all who are interested in the
urgent problem of the adjustment of the individual to reality...'
Part I. ANALYTICAL THERAPY
II. ANALYTICAL THERAPY THE PRESENT POSITION
III. WHAT CAUSES PEOPLE TO UNDERGO ANALYSIS OR TO UNDERTAKE YOGA TRAINING?
IV. THE SENSE OF INSECURITY AND THE SEARCH FOR GOD
V. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANALYTICAL THEORY AND TECHNIQUE
Part II. YOGA
VI. THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF PATANJALI'S PHILOSOPHY
VII. THE YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI
Part III. A COMPARISON
VIII. MODIFICATIONS OF THE THINKING PRINCIPLE: CONFUSED THOUGHT
IX. MODIFICATION OF THE THINKING PRINCIPLE CLEAR THINKING
X. THE FIVE OBSTACLES
XI. OVER COMING THE OBSTACLES: THE FIVE PRELIMINARY EXERCISES
XII. OVERCOMING THE OBSTACLES: CONCENTRATION
XIII. SUGGESTION AND CONTRARY PRODUCTION
XIV. THE SEER AND THE SEEN
XV. THE PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF CONSCIOUSNESS
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