Published by Duncan Baird Publishers
This small but chunky and brightly coloured book is a compilation of Zen sayings, mantras, asanas, breathing and meditation tips and yoga wisdom. It is divided into seven interesting sections such as ‘In times of trouble’, ‘Ending your day well’ and ‘Relating to others’. What I liked about the book is that Liz Lark explains yoga from a perspective that is fresh and insightful, something that only a serious practitioner can do.
However, it’s not a book that should/can be read at one go. I suggest that you read a few pages every day. A great way to use this book would be to flip open to a random page and read a couple of thoughts. I do this almost each time before my Yoga practice or sometimes even after I’ve concluded it.
If you’re looking for a book that will only teach you the technique of asanas or pranayama then this is not for you. But if you want inspiration and guidance in your yoga practice as well as life, you will find that this book more than lives up to that expectation.
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