Ebook - The Five Great Elements Rediscovered by Swami NityaMuktananda

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Overview of the Contents:

Inspirations from Around the World
From the One to the Many:
One Energy, Three Qualities, Five Elements
Universal Wisdom of the Five Elements
In Asia-Hindu, Buddhist (p.31 and Taoist (p.36) ....
In Australia
In Africa
In the Americas (Meso/South and North p.60)
In Europe
'Anatomy' of Energy Concepts Body/Mind Soul and the Aura Chakras and Nadis
Meridians
The Five Elements Invocation of Earth
Contemplation
Associations with the Earth Element a) Complementary Medicine
b) Typology/Relationships
c) Yoga/Spiritual Aspects
Invocation of Water 5.1 Contemplation
Associations with the Water Element a) Complementary Medicine
b) Typology/Relationships
c) Yoga/Spirituality Aspects
Invocation of Fire 6.1 Contemplation
6.2 Associations with the Fire Element a) Complementary Medicine
b) Typology/Relationships
c) Yoga/Spiritual Aspects
Chapter 7 : Invocation of Air/Metal 7.1 Contemplation
7.2 Associations with the Air Element a) Complementary Medicine
b) Typology/Relationships
c) Yoga/Spiritual Aspects
Chapter 8 : Invocation of Space/Wood 8.1 Contemplation
8.2 Associations with the Space Element a) Complementary Medicine
b) Typology/Relationships
c) Yoga/Spiritual Aspects
Part III : Restoring the Balance
Chapter 9 : Balancing the Earth Element a) In General
b) Mentally and Spiritually
Chapter 10 : Balancing the Water Element a) In General
b) Mentally and Spiritually
Chapter 11 : Balancing Fire
a) In General
b) Mentally and Spiritually
Balancing Air
a) In General
b) Mentally and Spiritually
Balancing Space
a) In General
b) Mentally and Spiritually

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"The encyclopaedic knowledge of the author, is beyond doubt. Casting the net wide and deep, focusing on what is shared, rather than on what divides, she gathers universal knowledge about the Mahabhutas. transcending to subtler levels turning knowledge into wisdom, facts to experiences. She nourishes the reader, making self-study into a joyful pursuit."

"The author uses a conception of life of the universe in her book which relates to Christian, Hindu, Buddhist and Taoist beliefs alike.she has added her own experience as well as making relevant references to views of modern science. This kind of synthesis of Eastern and Western, ancient and modern knowledge is exactly what is required right now..Taking the best of the good news and positive information from all traditions, we can find many new and innovating solutions to our personal mental and physical health difficulties.as well as to complex social and environmental problems."