Bücher von Swami Satyananda Saraswati

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Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha

Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha is recognized internationally as one of the most systematic yoga manuals available today. Firt published in 1969, APMB is the main reference text for yoga teachers and students of BIHAR YOGA® or SATYANANDA YOGA® within the International Yoga Fellowship Movement, and many other traditions as well.

This comprehensive text provides clear illustrations and step-by-step directions to guide the practitioner or teacher from the simplest to the most advanced practices of the hatha yoga system.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2013, 570 pages, Paperback

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Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha

Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha ist heute international bekannt als eines der systematischsten Handbücher über Yoga. Es wurde 1969 erstmals von der Bihar School of Yoga veröffentlicht. Seitdem wurde es fast zwanzigmal neu aufgelegt und in viele Sprachen übersetzt. Es ist das wichtigste Nachschlagewerk für Yogalehrer und Yogaschüler der SATYANANDA YOGA® oder BIHARYOGA® Tradition innerhalb der ‚International Yoga Fellowship Movement‘ wie auch vieler anderer Traditions- und Ausbildungsschulen.

Dieses umfassende Handbuch ist mit klaren Zeichnungen versehen und gibt genaue Anweisung zur Ausführung sowie Hinweise für die Wahrnehmung der Chakras. Übende und Lehrende werden mit einfachen und allen notwendigen Hinweisen durch die Übungen des Hatha Yoga Systems geführt, von den ersten Anfängen bis zur Stufe der Geübten. Dieses Buch ist durch die klare Darstellung der YogaÜbungen ein Standardwerk für professionelle Ansprüche.

Ins Deutsche übersetzt von Swami Prakashananda Saraswati
4. Auflage 2010, Ananda Verlag, 592 Seiten, Taschenbuch

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Surya Namaskara: A Technique of Solar Revitalization

Surya Namaskara, or salutation to the sun, is an important yogic practice which dates to the ancient vedic period when the sun was worshipped as a powerful symbol of spiritual consciousness. From its esoteric origins Surya Namaskara has developed into a practice of twelve postures, which weave together to generate prana (subtle energy), aiming towards the purification and rejuvenation of the practitioner. An in-depth psychological study supports its present-day use as a powerful therapeutic practice.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2009, 97 pages, Paperback

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Surya Namaskara

Surya Namaskara, der Gruß an die Sonne, ist eine wichtige yogische Übung, deren Ursprung zurückreicht in die Zeit der Veden, in der die Sonne als kraftvolles Symbol des spirituellen Bewusstseins verehrt wurde. Mit diesem Hintergrund hat sich Surya Namaskara in eine Übungsserie entwickelt, die aus zwölf unterschiedlichen Haltungen besteht. Sie sind derart miteinander verwoben, dass sie Prana (feinstoffliche Energie) erzeugen und daher bei dem Übenden für Entschlackung und Vitalisierung sorgen.

In diesem Buch wird die Übung in allen Aspekten dargelegt, was auch die Sonnen Mantras, die Bija Mantras und die Punkte der Wahrnehmung mit einschließt. Die erweiterten Richtlinien sind eine große Hilfe für Yoga Übende und Yoga Lehrende.

Ins Deutsche übersetzt von Swami Prakashananda Saraswati
Ananda Verlag; 2006, 128 pages, Taschenbuch

Nach gründlichen physiologischen Analysen wird Surya Namaskara in unserer heutigen Zeit als eine umfassende therapeutische Übung betrachtet.

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Yoga Education for Children 1

Yoga Education for Children, Volume One, looks to the teaching of yoga to children of all age groups. Topics include, youth problems, integrating yoga into the classroom and improved methods of education, yoga in relation to the emotionally disturbed, the disables and juvenile diabetics. Detailed instructions for asana, pranayama, concentration techniques and yoga games for children of all ages are given.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2009, 302 pages, Paperback

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Yoga and Kriya

A systematic Course in the Ancient Tantric Traditions of Yoga and Kriya is the most comprehensive text ever published on yoga. It contains a complete course of thirty-six structured lessons on all the practices of integral yoga. The lessons were compiled from the teachings of Swami Satyananda Saraswati and are useful and a practical and theoretical guide for all levels of yoga teachers and aspirants. Yoga and kriya presents a synthesis of yoga in a scientific and systematic manner. The different branches of yoga are progressively introduced with special emphasis on practice, theory and application in daily life.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2006, 957 pages, hard cover

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Hatha Yoga Book 1

Conversations on the Science of Yoga is an encyclopedic series presenting the vast, timeless culture of yoga topic by topic through the voice of three generations of masters – Swami Sivananda Saraswati, Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Swami Niranjananda Saraswati. The techniques are given in question and answer format, connecting the modern experience with the classical tradition. Through the wisdom of these masters, a complete understanding of yoga and a vision for its application in the modern era is interpreted for yoga aspirants around the world.

Hatha Yoga Book 1: An Overview presents hatha yoga as a profound and holistic science for purification of the physical and energy bodies with the purpose of managing the mind and experiencing higher states of consciousness. Included are: the history of hatha yoga; hatha yoga in other cultures; an understanding of the energy body; the role of hatha yoga in other branches of yoga; and guidelines for hatha yoga practice and lifestyle.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2013, 294 pages, Paperback

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Hatha Yoga Book 2

Conversations on the Science of Yoga is an encyclopedic series presenting the vast, timeless culture of yoga topic by topic through the voice of three generations of masters – Swami Sivananda Saraswati, Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Swami Niranjananda Saraswati. The techniques are given in question and answer format, connecting the modern experience with the classical tradition. Through the wisdom of these masters, a complete understanding of yoga and a vision for its application in the modern era is interpreted for yoga aspirants around the world.

Hatha Yoga Book 2: Hatha Yoga and the Mind is an in-depth exploration of the influence of hatha yoga on the mind. The purpose of hatha yoga is, however, to balance and awaken both the dynamic and mental energies in the body. Included are: the mind as energy; effects on the brain and personality; mind management; hatha yoga in meditation and higher states of consciousness.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2013, 299 pages, Paperback

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Hatha Yoga Book 3

Conversations on the Science of Yoga is an encyclopedic series presenting the vast, timeless culture of yoga topic by topic through the voice of three generations of masters – Swami Sivananda Saraswati, Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Swami Niranjananda Saraswati. The techniques are given in question and answer format, connecting the modern experience with the classical tradition. Through the wisdom of these masters, a complete understanding of yoga and a vision for its application in the modern era is interpreted for yoga
aspirants around the world.

Shatkarma. The yogic techniques for cleansing the inner body are known as shatkarmas, meaning ‘six actions’. Traditionally regarded as essential preparation for higher sadhana, the effect of these purification practices on general health and specific ailments is both therapeutic and preventative. Included are: techniques that are relatively unknown, bringing to light a wealth of knowledge from a range of sources.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2013, 296 pages, Paperback

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Hatha Yoga Book 4

Conversations on the Science of Yoga is an encyclopedic series presenting the vast, timeless culture of yoga topic by topic through the voice of three generations of masters – Swami Sivananda Saraswati, Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Swami Niranjananda Saraswati. The techniques are given in question and answer format, connecting the modern experience with the classical tradition. Through the wisdom of these masters, a complete understanding of yoga and a vision for its application in the modern era is interpreted for yoga aspirants around the world.

Asana. The yoga postures have become the international symbol of yoga. Their unique health-promoting qualities make asanas the perfect balance for modern lifestylers. Hatha Yoga Book 4: Asana is a timely work, presenting both classical and modern interpretations of this ancient system which fulfils a fundamental role in the vast yogic culture. Their evolution, effects, classification and application are explained.

Yoga Publication Trust Munger, Bihar, India; 2013, 375 pages, Paperback

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