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Amrita Magazine: Edition 3

This edition questions the real essence of yoga, from Western modified asanas to some more esoteric practices such as Kechari Mudra (as depicted on the front cover). Is yoga a solitary discipline or community enterprise? This edition explores all of these questions in beautifully written, enriched articles.  

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Contents

1

Interview with Eddie Stern

2

Aiming Higher

3

The Amrtasiddhi

4

Yoga And Immortality 

5

The Infinite Moment

6

Why Kids Yoga Is Growing

7

Signing Yoga

8

Empathy Inside

9

Chained Yoga

10

Freeing Freetown

11

Things You Never Knew About The Chakras

12

Losing My Religion? 

13

Where Is The Feminine In Yoga 

14

Sensory Integration: Shadow For Movement

15

Aiding Stroke Recovery Through Yoga

16

Special Education Needs Yoga

17

Book Review

More Editions

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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 Two
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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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).