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Cyclopaedia Yoga    -  Volume 2   (Illustrated)
Cyclopaedia Yoga - Volume 2 (Illustrated)

Cyclopaedia Yoga - Volume 2 (Illustrated)

by Jayadeva Yogendra

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English

Publisher

The Yoga Institute

ISBN

8185053227 - Year: 2005 - Pages: 125

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Paperback

Jayadeva Yogendra
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Author: Jayadeva Yogendra
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Jayadeva Yogendra
Publisher: The Yoga Institute
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: 125
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185053227

Description

Yoga today is being studied at the conscious level-information and skill. The subconscious education of the eight Bhavas is completely missed out.

The Yogic processes generate even if transiently certain wholesome subjective experiences (Aklista Vrttis)/. It is from these experiences that one builds up a healthy personality.

Today when we are looking for an alternate education, we may as well think of some of these higher concepts, available to us in these programmes of education. There is already a movement in Western countries towards affective and trans - personal modes of learning besides humanistic education.

Yoga education goes deeper than these attempts and can as a result take care of a wider area of the human personality in comparison to the present materialistic modes of education. These yogic procedures have been tried at The Yoga Institute, Santa Cruz for 83 years on school children and adults. The results have been very very satisfying.


The second volume of Cyclopaedia Yoga is devoted to the Siksa, Diksa aspects of traditional learning. While treating terms like Buddhi, Bhava and Citta under the respective alphabets in this second volume it was realized that the subtleties of traditional education needed some elaboration.

Yoga today is being studied at the conscious level-information and skill. The subconscious education of the eight Bhavas is completely missed out. The Yogic processes generate even it transiently certain wholesome subjective experiences (Aklista Vrttis). It is from these experiences that one builds up a healthy personality.

Today when we are looking for an alternate education, we may as well think of some these higher concepts available to us in these programmes of education. There is already a movement in Western countries towards affective and trans-personal modes of learning besides humanistic education.

Yoga education goes deeper than these attempts and can as a result take care of a wider area of the human personality in comparison to the present materialistic modes of education. These Yogic procedures have been tried at The Yoga Institute, Santa Cruz for 72 years on school children and adults. The results have been very very satisfying.

Contents

YOGA EDUCATION
Objectives of Modern Education
Yogic Evaluation of the aims of Ancient Education in different countries
Yogic Evaluation of the aims of Modern Education in different countries
Education in Yoga through Evolution of Buddhi-the eight Bhavas
Fundamentals of Yoga Education-the four Bhavas: Dharma, Jnana, Vairagya, Aisvarya
YOGA EDUCATION-ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATION
Self-Direction or Dharma
Conditioning
Aims and objectives of conditioning
Need for conditioning in school atmosphere
Techniques for conditioning
Stages in learning
Knowledge (Jnana) and Concentration
Awareness/Consciousness
Techniques for creating awareness
Synchronisation 33
Techniques for synchronisatoin-Asanas, Psycho-somatic techniques, Pranayamas,
Trataka and delving on mental pictures, Dharana
Development Through Vairagya or Through Objectivity
Humility
Techniques to inculcate humility
Dedication
Techniques to instill dedication
Relaxation
Techniques for relaxation
Reconditioning
Techniques for reconditioning
Aisvarya or Self-reliance and Self-efficacy
Techniques for developing Self-reliance-Asanas, Kriyas, Yoga Hygiene
A Study of Children who attended Yoga Camps at The Yoga Institute,
Santacruz (E), Bombay 63
QUESTION AND EDUCATIONIST ASKS
TOPICS UNDER ALPHABETS "B" TO "E"
BIBLIOGRAPHY

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