Table of contents for The inner tradition of yoga : a guide to yoga philosophy for the contemporary practitioner / Michael Stone.

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[[FMH]] Contents
Foreword by Richard Freeman xx
Notes on Pronunciation of Sanskrit Terms xx
Introduction xx
1. Avidya[-]: Seeing Things As They Are 00
2. Embracing Suffering
3. Ma[-]rga: Establishing The Path
4. Embodying the Path
5 Lowering Your Center of Gravity
6 The Eight Limbs
7 Practicing the Yamas
8 The Yamas Beyond Dualism
9 The Five Kles[.]as
10 Freedom Through the Kles[.]as
11 Stillness and Movement
12 The Five Kos[¿]as: Sheaths of the MindBody
 [[AU: I think it¿s better not to make up new terms unless there really is no English word that would serve. EB]]
13 Working with the Kos[¿]as
14 Sam[*]ska[-]ra: Webs of Mind and Body
15 Prana: Energetic Flow
16 Body in Mind
17 Letting Go: A[-]sana and Meditation Intertwined
18 Prana and Citta[[AU: no diacritics?]] 
19 The Empty Vessel
20 S[¿]u[-]nyata[-]: Boundless and Empty
21 Yoga, Death and Dying: What is Most Astounding
Acknowledgments 00
Notes 00
Glossary 00
Permissions 00
Index 00

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