The book is easy to read and understand and is very informative and insightful.
The Yoga practioner, as well as the average person who would like to learn a little about Yoga, could both benefit from the wonderful book.
This book is Stephen Cope's commentary and explanation of Patanjali's yoga sutras.
One thing I really like about Cope's approach is his way of showing how yoga philosophy plays out in the real world. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tobias Moore
I have purchased this book at least 10 times now - I keep giving copies of it to friends and everyone loves it!Published 4 months ago by L. Halvorson
At the end of the book, Cope tells the story of his own shattering disappointment when his manuscript, a scholarly treatise on the roots of Yoga in the texts of ancient India, is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nowick Gray
I love Stephen Cope's books. He is a great writer. I love his honesty. I recieved this book on time and in perfect condition!Published 7 months ago by Rose
This is the 1st book i've read about yoga and its deeper purpose. As an atheist, I am intrinsically weary of self-help and spiritual books but I am also deeply in love with yoga so... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Erick DuPree
I saw someone reading this book and asked them about it, they told me that it was life changing. Now I hear that about a lot of things this day and age, but, being the book feign... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Caitlin
Gave me a firm foundation for contemplative practice. The author does not expect you to go with him into the land of mysticism, but presents a clear well presented explanation of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Pj Jonesku
I'm an avid reader. Also I've been practicing Yoga for over 22 years and I'm familiarized with Patanjali's Yoga Sutras.First, in literary terms, this book is not well written. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer