SAHAJA YOGA: A JUNGIAN APPROACH

José Antonio Salgado
Deborah Palma, translator
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SAHAJA YOGA: A JUNGIAN APPROACH
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An examination of the fundamentals of Sahaja Yoga from a Western perspective and mentality, showing how the energies of the physical, mental-emotional and spiritual planes work together. This book describes the structure of the subtle body and explains the nature and basis of psychological imbalances. It also examines the view of human beings which underlies contemporary psychological and anthropological approaches, particularly that of Carl Jung – and it looks at how Sahaja Yoga chimes with and confirms these approaches.

SPECIFICATIONS

152 pages

14 x 21 centimetre paperback

DETAILS

2009

© José Antonio Salgado

This book is available at AbeBooks.

English

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