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TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface xx Acknowledgments xx The Yogas of the Bhagavad Gita: Chapter One - Introduction xx Chapter Two - Context and Conflict xx Chapter Three - Karma and Reincarnation xx Chapter Four - Karma Yoga xx Chapter Five - Jnana Yoga xx Chapter Six - Brahman xx Chapter Seven - Sacrifice and Mantra xx Chapter Eight - Renunciation and Purification xx Chapter Nine - Devotion and the Guru xx Chapter Ten - Social Aspects of Sadhana xx Chapter Eleven - Dying xx Chapter Twelve - Conclusion xx The Course Syllabus: A: Keeping A Journal xx B: Contemplation Practices xx C: Meditation xx D: The Witness xx E: Giving and Receiving xx F: Silence xx G: Tapasya xx H: Hatha Yoga and Pranayam xx I: Japa Yoga xx J: Going to Church or Temple xx K: Kirtan xx L: Satsang Collaboration xx M: Puja Table xx N: Karma Yoga xx The Supplemental Syllabus: A: Vipassana Meditation xx B: Mindfulness Meditation on Food (by Joseph Goldstein) xx C: Buddhist Mealtime Meditations (by Jack Kornfield) xx D: Satsang Meditation xx E: How to Use a Mala xx F: The Chakras xx G: The Yoga of Psychedelics xx Resources List* xx Glossary* xx *Note: These materials are not included with the current version of the manuscript.
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Bhagavadgåitåa -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.