Yoga for over 100 specific physical problems--addiction, stress, headaches, backache, colds, constipation, menopause, sinus problems, and sexual potency, to name a few. Easy-to-understand explanations of yoga as a tool for self-healing (the electric force, the magnetic field, the life force, the chakras, the pineal gland, the nadis, and how to awaken the kundalini energy), yoga basics (kriyas, mental focus, breath techniques, mantras, postures, mudras, body locks), and key areas in the body for staying healthy. Health maintenance through yoga. Eight meditations for healing others. Healthful lifestyles. From the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D., 1994 revised edition, 141 pp, 8 1/2 x 11, profusely illustrated, ISBN 978-0-940992-01-6, plastic comb-bound paperback with clear acetate protective covers.
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Among the many books on the Keeping Healthy shelves are some outstanding ones with an unusual slant. Yoga for Health and Healing, compiled by Alice Clagett from the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D., offers easy-to-follow outline sketches of streamlined and efficient yoga positions for healing over 100 specific physical problems. Standard states such as headache, colds, and flu and back problems are covered as well as less ordinary challenges like improving hearing, restoring natural hair color, establishing menstrual regularity when going off the pill, and rebuilding from drug damage and dependence. In addition, the 8-1/2 x 11" paperback manual includes sections on Key Areas in the Body, Basics of Yoga, Yoga as a Tool for Self-Healing, Yoga Sets for General Health Maintenance, and Healing OthersReview:
"Riches, fame? What most folks really want is good health. With it, you can do anything. Without it, everything is an obstacle. And in these days, the cheaper the better, the more trustworthy the better, and the more do-it-yourself the better. This book contains a wide array of yoga postures for us Westerners, with clear drawings, simple instructions, and a wonderful introduction about yoga as a tool for self-healing. The yoga here is from the teachings of Yogi Bhajan: streamlined methods of white tantric yoga and kundalini yoga techniques. Suggestions and methods galore for particular illnesses and pains. --The Book Reader, Spring 1995 -- The Book Reader, Spring 1995
Based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, this manual of "fast-acting" kundalini yoga techniques and meditations for self-healing explains concepts like the 10 bodies, the electric force, the magnetic field, chakras, kundalini energy, kriyas, and mantra. It teaches poses for a variety of purposes, from preventing sickness to curing migraines to healing others. It's a substantial introduction to the potent yoga of Yogi Bhajan. --Yoga Journal, May/June 1995 -- Yoga Journal, May/June 1995
These days, low-cost health care is on everyone's mind, even for those with adequate health coverage. So it may be with more than casual interest that you note the release of Yoga for Health and Healing, which is based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. Most intriguing is the chapter on specific physical problems--over 100 of them--with yoga poses to match. This may be the first time this encyclopedic approach has ever been applied to yoga. Also of note for those with a family member in ill health is a chapter containing exercises and meditations for healing others. The book proposes that such techniques "have the added advantage of improving the health of the sender, as one must first be healthy in order to impart health." --Stepping Up Toward Wholeness, March 22, 1995 -- Stepping Up Toward Wholeness, March 22, 1995
What's worse--a fever or smelly feet? We'll leave that up to you because a book called Yoga for Health and Healing says that massaging your feet with half an onion will bring down a fever and help detoxify the body. There is a lot of talk about the fact that nerves in the feet reach to every part of the human body. "A pain in the foot that is not related to an injury is a sign that the body is about to become ill," Clagett said. Each part of the foot, she says, corresponds with an area of the body. The outside of your dogs, just below the pinky toe, is associated with the joints of the shoulder and arm. --Keith Marder, Albany Times, 1996 -- Albany Times, 1996
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Book Description Alice B Clagett, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110940992019
Book Description Alice B Clagett, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0940992019
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