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Amrita Magazine: Edition 2

This edition delves into the the question of what constitutes yoga, the roots of yoga and the shift we are seeing today in moving away from dogmatism into the growing openness of yoga being a force for good in communities, rather than a means to self- enrichment.

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Contents

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Interview with Sri Dharma Mittra

2
Yoga Sensation
3

Who Needs Anatomy

4

Lights, Camera... Teach

5

It's Yoga, But Don't Tell them!

6

Yoga Makaranda Of T.Krishnamacharya

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Brining Yoga Into The Education System

8

School's Out For Yoga

9

Teaching Yoga To Special Children 

10

Reaching Out

11

Moving Outside My Comfort Zone

12

Is Yoga A Religion?

13

Origins Of Sanskrit

14

Asana Old And New

15

Should We Teach Philosophy In Class?

16

Healing Trauma

17

Bhramari The Forgotten Breath

18

My Name's John And I'm An Addict

19

To Breathe, Or Not To Breathe

20

Yoga Breath - East Meets West

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Issue Six
The 6th issue of Amrita (Magazine) focuses on asana; the origins and evolution of the physical postures that have now become synonymous with the practice of yoga practice. 
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Issue One
This first issue illustrates the wonderful diversity of yoga and our contributors range from student teachers through to senior teachers, showcasing how yoga has evolved to meet the challenges and needs of the present day. The theme that unites all of the contributors is Skill In Action (from the Bhagavad Gita).  
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Issue Five
Our fifth issue of Amrita Magazine looks at that still unexplored and mysterious place we call the mind. Yoga and the mind share an intimate connection and we discuss various methods of harnessing the power of the mind. We include the long-debated and controversial subject of using psychedelics in assisting to enter altered states of consciousness.