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Yogic Secrets of the Vedas  -  Exploring the Roots of Yoga and Ayurveda
Yogic Secrets of the Vedas - Exploring the Roots of Yoga and Ayurveda

Yogic Secrets of the Vedas - Exploring the Roots of Yoga and Ayurveda

by Yogi Baba Prem

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English

Publisher

Aditya Prakashan

ISBN

9788177421026 - Year: 2011 - Pages: 123

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Paperback

Yogi Baba Prem

Author: Yogi Baba Prem
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): David Frawley
Publisher: Aditya Prakashan
Year: 2011
Language: English
Pages: 123
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788177421026

Description

The roots to Yoga and Ayurveda are found in an ancient group of texts known as the Vedas (Books of Knowledge). Portions of the Vedas give astronomical references dating back to approximately 6500 BCE; making them amongst the worlds oldest spiritual teachings still practiced today.

To many modern readers, the Vedas are difficult to understand, as they are steeped in symbology, archaic language and multiple meanings for the same term, yet they form the foundation to modern Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda (a healing system).

Yogic Secrets of the Vedas approaches these important teachings from a very practical view. Demystifying terms and symbology, examining various teachings, principles and mantras from the standpoint of how they manifest within the reader's life on a daily basis, as-well-as their connection with Ayurveda.

The exploration begins with a foreword by Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) and then continues with an examination of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, one of the important introductory books on Yoga. The book continues to explore the Vedas connection with Tantra and the form; examining the important role that the feminine form has within the Vedas and yoga, as well.

A variety of different yoga such as Kundalini and Hatha Yoga, and their link with the Vedas are examined. The reader is carefully prepared for an introduction into Vedic Yoga, the oldest Yoga known to exist.

Culminating in a new and different view toward deities, as-well-as their universal application in everyone’s daily life; providing simple but powerful techniques, and taking ones understanding of spirituality, Hinduism, Ayurveda and Yoga to new and deeper levels.

The reader is provided with a simple and effective program for beginning their own practice of Vedic Yoga, or easy techniques to incorporate into their existing yoga and meditation practice.

Contents

Preface
Foreword by David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri)
Introduction

1. The History of Vedic Yoga
2. The Vedic Link with other yoga systems

I. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and their Vedic Link
II. Patanjali the writer
III. Patanjali’s Vedic Connection
IV. Bhakti and its place in the Yoga Sutras
V. Conclusion
VI. Analyzing the Sutras
VII. Examination of Dhyana
VIII. Analyzing a Sutra

3. Tantric roots to the Vedas
4. Kundalini Yoga and its Vedic Connection
5. Svara Yoga
6. Different Manifestations of Vedic Yoga

IX. The Mother of Other Yoga Systems
X. Analysis of the Vedic Ceremony Called Agnihotra
XI. History
XII. Modern day Agnihotra
XIII. Inner form and Ayurveda
XIV. Vedic Fire Ceremonies
XV. Deities

7. The Glory of Ushas

XVI. The Outer Meaning of Ushas
XVII. Inner Meaning of Ushas
XVIII. Observation and Techniques for Understanding Ushas

8. A Closer Examination of Ushas

XIX. Ushas and Agni
XX. Ushas and the relationship with the Kundalini
XXI. Ushas and the Chakras
XXII. Ushas and the Vedas
XXIII. Ushas in Vedic Astrology
XXIV. Conclusion

9. An Extended Examination of Ushas

XXV. Ushas and the Western World
XXVI. Mantras of Ushas
XXVII. Additional notes on Ushas
XXVIII. Conclusion

10. Ushas and Yoga

XXIX. Ushas and the five Koshas
XXX. Annamaya Kosha
XXXI. Pranamaya Kosha
XXXII. Manomaya Kosha
XXXIII. Vijnanamaya Kosha
XXXIV. Anandamaya Kosha

11. Ushas and Kama

XXXV. Example’s of Kama’s higher manifestation
XXXVI. Ushas and the Vedas
XXXVII. Ushas and the Gunas
XXXVIII. Practice Exercise
XXXIX. Conclusion

12. The Secret of Ushas
13. Varuna

XL. The Eastern teachings of Reincarnation and Karma in relation to the Vedic deity Varuna

14. Goals of Vedic Yoga

XLI. Indra and Vrtra’s battle
XLII. Vrtra’s Manifestation in the physical realm
XLIII. The Vedic Vrtra – Ancient term for the Ego

15. Atharva Veda B.6 H.19 v.1
16. Beginning Vedic Yoga at Home
17. Additional Important Deities Within the Vedic System

XLIV. Vayu – An Introduction to the divine wind
XLV. Vayu in the Vedas
XLVI. Vayu, Yoga and Ayurveda
XLVII. An Introduction to Sarasvati

18. Bhakti
19. Vedic Deities and Yoga in Western Culture

XLVIII. Is there any relevance to the Modern western Practitioner?
XLIX. Conclusion
Bibliography
Index

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