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Alpha Omega Yoga - The Art and Science of Self Transformation - cover

Alpha Omega Yoga - The Art and Science of Self Transformation

Angela Kolias

Publisher: Xlibris US

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Summary

Yoga in the West has gone from being esoteric and on the fringe to now being mainstream as a physical work out. The physical practice of yoga is merely a means to the end. What is yoga really all about? What do all the centuries of practice and insight reveal? 

For those who want to go deeper into the experience of Birth  Death and Enlightenment here is a book written in simple poetic form giving an overview of the big picture of infinity, manifestation and our place in it with an introduction to the pose of Savasana, corpse pose, as the beginning point for inner work and transformation.

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