Author: Shri YogendraPublisher: The Yoga InstituteYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: 182ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185053030
Beginning with “Bane of Permissive Society” – where exceptions become the rule and the rules remain as mere exceptions, Shri yogendra speaks of the modern sick society and ignorance about oneself and one’s motives. The sense of duty is lacking he feels, because of a partial understanding of man. We depend for our knowledge on limited perceptions. Unfortunately the practitioner of Yoga is like the modern materialist given to show, to competition and acquisition of material wealth. As against this, he puts forward the Yogic thesis of Self discipline, concentration and selflessness.
1. Idealism and Realism 2. The Bane of Permissive Society 3. The Sick Society4. Know Thyself Through the Motives 5. Trifling with Motives 6. Sense of Duty 7. Moral Activism 8. Aggressive Living 9. Yoga – The Science of man 10. Knowledge of Reality 11. Scientist, Academician and Yogin 12. Evaluating the Yogin 13. Competitive Yoga 14. The Aberrant Gurus 15. Compromising Yoga 16. Danger Ahead 17. Confusion about Yoga Education 18. Syndicated Spirituality 19. Promotion of Yoga 20. Search and Research in Yoga 21. Recognition of Yoga in Perspective 22. Yoga Undistorted 23. Yoga – Reality of the Situation 24. The Symbolic Language of Yoga 25. Interdependence of the Sexes in Yoga 26. Relationships of the Sexes 27. Problem of Cultural Synthesis 28. Non-Religious Spirituality29. Socio-Cultural Implications of Yoga 30. The Reasons Why Index