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Kundalini Yoga Paperback – January 17, 2001
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Master yoga teacher and author Shakta Kaur Khalsa demonstrates how Kundalini Yoga works for everyday life and every person. You are not required to be in perfect physical shape or share any particular belief system. Kundalini Yoga works for you if you can breathe and move your body! In this type of yoga, the most important thing is experience. Your experience goes right to your heart, your core. These ancient teachings are designed to give you a hands-on approach to experiencing your deepest emotions and highest consciousness.
By approaching Kundalini Yoga with openness and respect, and by following the steps included in this book, you can change and enrich your life.
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Scott Heiple Norman, Oklahoma
losing weight and this complicated ZONE diet. She is very thin right now. Is this because it's the IN thing to do? She definitely is not happy within herself...
YOGA< JUST DO IT..... AND RELAX AND ENJOY PEACE
Most of the book is devoted to exercises and meditations, which should be a useful reference for anyone who wants to practice at home. There is also a little bit about yogic philosophy and lifestyle.
Although the book's editing was not very good -- there are several typos and a couple pages were transposed -- it is a physically attractive book, with full-color photos throughout. It is nice to see real people, of various physiques and abilities, as models. I congratulate the publisher on taking this risk, which is hardly ever seen in our society which values unreal images of so-called beauty.
Kundalini yoga stresses the quality of mental and spiritual focus as being more important than how well you can physically perform the pose, and it is nice to acknowledge that most beginners will not be able to do every pose well by showing some models with an extended leg not perfectly straight or a hip not in alignment. Maybe this realism will make it more accessible for some readers. But beginners do need to know what they're striving towards in a pose, however, and there were a few cases where I thought a poorly demonstrated pose did a disservice to the reader. Also, matching the breath to the movement is so important, and there is almost no mention of how to do this in the explanation of specific exercises. (Breathing is discussed in a separate section.)
Despite these criticisms, I do think this is a great book for beginners. The explanations are clear and easy to read and understand. And for those who don't like to concentrate on a lot of text, there are lots of colorful photos to hold your attention.
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Book was very clear and concise about Kundalini Yoga, offering suitable exercises and advice.Published 20 days ago by Horace Edwards
Really good book with Kundalini techniques. Very nice layout, easy to read.Published 5 months ago by John C.
This is the a great little book with a lot of information and practical application for Kundalini yoga. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Boston Diva
Absolutely love this book! Everything about it. The recipe for Golden Milk in the back has become my bedtime ritual and a beloved staple-along with the Chai Tea recipe. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rachel Plante
This is an excellent book. There are numerous kriyas illustrated and explained in the book. As someone that regular lifts weights, plays sports, and throws kettle bells around,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kristopher D. Kufit
I have no experience with Yoga and get frustrated with too much information; I like SIMPLE steps with pictures. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cheeto