Read Lila's Book on Raja Yoga
Walking the Ancient Path of Yoga
Written by Lila Lolling
This book was written with the intention to shine a light on the simple, yet mystical and complex teachings of Raja Yoga, the path dedicated to transcending the mind.
When we explore the nature of thoughts and understand how the mind works, we become empowered in directing our lives down the road best suited for our inner development. We then can experience life beyond our triggers and act from a place of oneness, understanding what's behind the mental chatter.
Each chapter presents classical information in two ways:
1. a fictional story of a woman trying to summit a great mountain
2. yoga philosophy and theory about the eight limbs of Raja Yoga
The book also contains hatha yoga practices, guided meditations and self-reflective journal prompts that help you dive deeper into your inner and outer connections.
It is the perfect book for spiritual seekers who wish to dive deeper into yoga's ancient philosophy. It has been used as a study guide for yoga practitioners + teachers, teacher training courses, and book clubs around the globe. Order your copy now.
Traditional yoga teachings on the eight limbs of Raja Yoga as defined by Patanjali Maharaj
Contemplative practices that investigate your current daily choices and lifestyle habits
Journal questions that encourage you to dive deeper into your Spiritual Self and explore your vast inner world
Yoga practices that offer you peace of mind and clarity to know your path
80+ Philosophy review questions perfect for personal + group study (TT)
Sanskrit dictionary with more than 100 words + their root meanings
Read an Exert from Lila's Book
Exerts from Chapter One (Yoga)
Fictional Story Parallels Yoga Psychology Theory
Fictional Story - "Standing at the base of the great mountain before her, Sanjaya is humbly reminded just how small she is in this time and space in the universe. It's as if she is a young seedling rooting in the forest floor, destined to become the towering canopy of an old-growth forest. The light of pure consciousness has finally awakened within her, which seemed to be extinguished for ages.
Theory - "In the beginning, as one embarks on the spiritual journey, it is common to keep looking down at the ground. It's as if the mind is constantly looking for dangers --rocks, roots, sticks, bugs, snakes--anything that can hinder progress or cause a fall.
The process of walking with the head down can be compared to doing what is necessary to make ends meet. It is the walk of survival. However, what happens when the head is down is that the beautiful diversity of life, and the more importantly, our interaction with it, goes unnoticed."