1995
Ancient Teachings at a Time of Global Crisis

Hohm Press

Pages: 320 pages
Size: Paperback, 6 X 9 inches
ISBN: 978-1-890772-66-6

“It is impossible to be a good yogi or yogini without also being a morally mature individual,” writes internationally-known Yoga authority and author, Georg Feuerstein. Yoga Morality looks at our present world situation - primarily from the viewpoint of a spiritually-committed person, especially a practitioner of Yoga. It addresses the question: How are we to live consciously, responsibly, authentically, and without fear in the midst of mounting global crises?

This book is a hard-hitting critique of the media hype surrounding Yoga, and an exploration of Yogic philosophy and practice to discover what it really means to be a mature and moral person.

Topics Include:

  • Moral Law and Cosmic Law;
  • Interconnectedness and the Web of Life;
  • Universal Morality and Personal Virtues;
  • Truthfulness;
  • Compassion;
  • Generosity;
  • Death, Freedom, and Moral Spontaneity
Yoga Morality
1995

You May Also Like...