Author: David FrawleyPublisher: New Age BooksYear: 2006Language: EnglishPages: 98ISBN/UPC (if available): 817822299X
The neti pot is one of the most popular new methods of personal hygiene and health improvement new methods of personal hygiene and health improvement available today. This simple tool for nasal irrigation, coming from the ancient tradition of Yoga and Ayurveda, is a great way to counter nasal congestion, sinus allergies, headaches, and many other health problems that can otherwise be difficult to treat. By enabling you to breathe better, it can give you more energy that can literally transform your life.Neti: Healing Secrets of Yoga and Ayurveda is the most thorough and practical presentation of how to use the neti pot yet available, Notably, the book shows the place of such nasal therapies in India’s great healing traditions and their broader relevance for treating common diseases.REVIEWDr David Frawley is one of the most important scholars of Ayurveda and Vedic Science today. I have gained great personal insight from his work and have great respect and admiration for his knowledge, and for the lucid way in which he has expounded the ancient wisdom of the Vedas. Anyone who is exposed to Dr Frawley’s work is bound to not only become more knowledgeable but wiser, David Frawley is among the leading Ayurvedic experts in the Western World. He has immeasurably contributed to our awareness of the value of Ayurveda.-Deepak Chopra, MDABOUT THE AUTHOR:DR DAVID FRAWLEY (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) is one of the world’s leading experts on Yoga and Ayurveda. He is the author of many popular books and textbooks on these subjects over the last twenty years. He brings his wealth of knowledge and experience into the book.
PREFACEPART I-THE NETI POT AND HOW TO USE ITThe Neti Pot and the Practice of Nasal IrrigationAn Introduction to YogaAn Introduction to AyurvedaPrana and Pranic HealingHow to Use the Neti PotPART II-ADVANCED APPLICATION OF THE NETI POTNeti and Yoga PracticesNeti and Ayurvedic therapiesNeti and Specific ConditionsPART III-APPENDICES AND RESOURCESGlossaryBibliographyResourcesENDNOTESINDEX