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This book explores how to heal our minds on all levels to create wholeness.
|Pt. I||Ayurvedic Psychology: Yogic Mind-Body Medicine||1|
|1||A New Journey into Consciousness||3|
|2||Ayurvedic Constitutional Types: The Biological Humors of Vata, Pitta and Kapha||11|
|3||The Three Gunas: How to Balance Your Consciousness||29|
|4||The Nature of the Mind||43|
|5||The Five Elements and the Mind||59|
|Pt. II||The Energetics of Consciousness||73|
|6||Conditioned Consciousness: The Greater Mental Field||75|
|7||Intelligence: The Power of Perception||93|
|8||The Outer Mind: The Field of the Senses||109|
|9||Ego and Self: The Quest for Identity||125|
|Pt. III||Ayurvedic Therapies for the Mind||147|
|10||Ayurvedic Counseling and Behavioral Modification||149|
|11||The Cycle of Nutrition for the Mind: The Role of Impressions||169|
|12||Outer Treatment Modalities: Diet, Herbs, Message and Pancha Karma||187|
|13||Subtle Therapies: Colors, Gems and Aromas||205|
|14||The Healing Power of Mantra||223|
|Pt. IV||Spiritual Applications: Yoga and Ayurvedic Psychology||241|
|16||The Eightfold Method of Yoga I: Outer Practices||259|
|17||The Eightfold Method of Yoga II: Inner Practices||279|
|App. 1: Tables||307|
|App. 2: Footnotes||319|
Posted January 8, 2000
I cannot recommend this book enough. It offers the best introduction to Vedic ideas on consciousness and health. It is also a great book for those who wish to explore spirituality on their own.
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