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Alternative Medicine
  • Author:
    John Ball
  • ISBN:
    087972207X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0879722074
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  • Publisher:
    Popular Press 1; 1 edition (January 1, 1982)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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    Alternative Medicine
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Whenever the subject of communities and communal living comes uo, a variety of doubts and suspicions is usually aroused. The possible brainwashing of impressionable young people is frequently mentioned. Although the idea itself is centuries old, it has yet to be accepted as an approved method of living, even in this so-called New Age. Of the many hundreds that have been started, very few have proven successful.

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John Ball was a highly regarded author and a friend of Swami Kriyananda and many of us at Ananda. He so enjoyed Ananda Village that the setting for one of his books, Ananda, Where Yoga Lives, was an Ananda-like community

John Ball was a highly regarded author and a friend of Swami Kriyananda and many of us at Ananda. He so enjoyed Ananda Village that the setting for one of his books, Ananda, Where Yoga Lives, was an Ananda-like community. Although primarily a mystery writer, on occasion he expressed his deeply spiritual side. One of his many books, The Fourteenth Point, departed from his usual crime genre to delve into a religious theme.

Ananda Yoga bestows physical strength, relaxation, inner peace, and clarity of mind. CommunitySee all. 378 people like this. 390 people follow this.

Yoga in the United States has a long history, foreshadowed in the 19th century by the philosophers Ralph Waldo Emerson, whose poem "Brahma" is a statement of the Hindu philosophy behind Yoga, and Henry David Thoreau, and starting in earnest.

Yoga in the United States has a long history, foreshadowed in the 19th century by the philosophers Ralph Waldo Emerson, whose poem "Brahma" is a statement of the Hindu philosophy behind Yoga, and Henry David Thoreau, and starting in earnest with the Hindu leader Vivekananda's visit from India in 1893; he presented yoga as a spiritual path without postures (asanas), very different from modern yoga as exercise

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Are you sure you want to remove Ananda-where yoga lives from your list? Ananda-where yoga lives. Published 1982 by Bowling Green University Popular Press in Bowling Green, Ohio. Ananda Cooperative Village.

A book of spiritual essays by Swami Sivananda on the lofty purpose of human life and the means to its achievement. Teachings on yoga life. A collection of articles from YOGALife Magazine, published between 1970 and 2012

A book of spiritual essays by Swami Sivananda on the lofty purpose of human life and the means to its achievement. Complete illustrated book of yoga. A collection of articles from YOGALife Magazine, published between 1970 and 2012. The articles have been written by Swami Vishnudevananda or transcribed from his talks.

Whenever the subject of communities and communal living comes uo, a variety of doubts and suspicions is usually aroused. The possible brainwashing of impressionable young people is frequently mentioned. Although the idea itself is centuries old, it has yet to be accepted as an approved method of living, even in this so-called New Age.     Of the many hundreds that have been started, very few have proven successful. The fact that Ananda has done so remarkably well against terrifying odds, and that at every time of crisis help always seems to come in some extraordinary way, invites attention. During his lifetime, which ended in 1952, Yogananda called for the founding of spiritual communities dedicated to world brotherhood and to "simple living and high thinking." Ananda is the first response to this directive. Its remarkable history, and its present expanding horizons, are the subject of this work.