Patanjali and Ayurvedic Yoga Dr. Vinod Verma This book integrates the disciplines of Yoga and Ayurveda and demonstrates that both have same fundamental principles of Samkhya. The aim of Patanjali's yoga is to seek freedom from the world, whereas the aim of Ayurveda is to attain perfect health for sensuous and worldly joy. However, for both the disciplines, the body is the prime object. Freedom from the world can only be obtained with the efforts of body and mind and thus the body has to be in a perfect shape. A perfect body with beauty and good health is the aim of Ayurveda. The book is extremely valuable for understanding both the classical Yoga and Ayurveda. The greatest contribution of the author is the simple and practical methods for a healthy and spiritual path. The book is a precious guide to manage stress, to enhance concentration and memory and provides you hundreds of other valuable suggestions for enhancing energy and stillness of mind. This is an extremely valuable book for yoga teachers and a group of Yoga teachers commented in Germany that it is a bible for yoga teachers. This book was first published in 1998 and this is a revised edition.
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