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About the Author
Yohanan Grinshpon is Lecturer in Indian Studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Table of Contents
Foreword by David Shulman
Introduction: Challenges of an Oxymoronic Genre
1. Eight Characteristics in Search of the Yogasutra: The Lively Banalization of Yogic Deathly Silence
2. Daily Life in Samadhi: The Dying Yogin's Real Life and a Plea for Holistic Presentation of the Yogasutra
3. The Yogasutra and the Dying Yogin's "Lively Interior"
4. Causality, False Linearity, and the Silent Yogin's Presence in the Yogasutra
5. Untying the Knot of Existence: Liberation, Deathly Silence, and Their Interpretation in Patañjala-Yoga
6. The Dying Yogin's Challenge; Homelessness and Truth
The Essential Yogasutra; An Exercise in Rereading as Rewriting