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Breath: The Essence of Yoga - A Guide to Inner Stillness Paperback – 20 Dec 2006
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As water can purify your skin, so breath is capable of cleaning your whole being. That is the philosophy behind this simple yet inspiring volume on the essence of breath technique in yoga practice. "Breath" shows readers that as you reconnect with the breath through effortless observation and increased awareness, the doors within our souls can be opened leading to feelings of renewed energy, greater calmness, and clarity of mind. Whether you are a complete beginner or already practice, these subtle, gentle, and inspiring suggestions will guide you to a deeper, more natural appreciation of the essence of yoga.
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'the pause at the end of the exhalation
and the pause at the end of the inhalation
is a special place where nothing happens
or nothing seems to happen
yet the old air is traveling away
and the new breath is ready to move in
in that space in between there is silence
more than anything else silence . . . and space'
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She spends time on 4 breathing techniques and 6 yoga postures plus the sun salutation. There is definitely something about less is more and so she gives permission to spend time observing the self in a very few postures.
Little drawn images are dotted throughout which give `ideas' without the intellect getting in the way.
A book to have in your collection.
This is one book I would recommend for its simplicity and beautiful illustrations -even of what a breath looks like.