Awakening the Lotus of Peace
Yoga Meditation for Inner Peace
by Jenny Light
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Pub Date 27 May 2022 | Archive Date 02 May 2022
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/mantra-books/
Awakening the Lotus of Peace is a yoga book of how to go deeper in meditation to reach the highest goal of Samadhi and find lasting peace.
This a detailed book of exercises, pranayamas and meditations by a kundalini-awakened teacher, explaining how to bypass or overcome many of the meditation pitfalls with reference to yoga philosophy, Patanjali and the Bhagavad Gita.
A Note From the Publisher
Jenny had a kundalini awakening as a small child and had a passion for yoga from the age of nine. She taught herself to meditate at 14 and has been teaching yoga for 20 years. In her asana classes and workshops, she teaches a meld of the energy awareness of Dru Yoga and the precise skeletal alignment of Scaravelli Yoga with subtle practices born of her deep spiritual insight. Jenny is a yoga elder of Independent Yoga Network and a student of Paramahansa Yogananda.
Her latest book, 'Awakening the Lotus of Peace: yoga meditations for Inner Peace' is a beautifully illustrated yoga book of how to go deeper in meditation to find lasting peace with practical exercises, pranayama and meditations for inner calmness in your life.
'Divine Meditations: 26 Spiritual Qualities of the Bhagavad Gita', (2019) is a spiritual workbook of entrainment to the higher spiritual qualities such as peace, ahimsa (non-harming), self-discipline & compassion, using yoga practices of pranayama, mantra, mudra and meditation. Jenny debunks the differences of mindfulness, relaxation and meditation.
Chronic fatigue Syndrome in 2010 was a blessing in disguise for Jenny who utilised the condition to grow spiritually, mentally and emotionally facing the physical challenge until she regained full health. Her book 'Living Lightly: A journey through Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME)' charts her own journey to health and all the spiritual treasures that it had in store for her. Jenny fervently believes that whatever condition you find yourself facing, that by taking the inward approach, we can only grow from it.
Jenny is a mother of two, has six grandchildren and lives in Ayrshire, Scotland. Her paintings are a direct result of overcoming CFS, with strong portraiture and landscapes of Scotland, she has many exhibitions in Scotland as part of Open Studios Ayrshire.
This latest offering from Jenny Light is a balm for the soul. An exquisite mix of practical advice on the ‘how-tos’ of meditation, coupled with spiritual wisdom on the true purpose of life: finding lasting happiness and peace with God. Gleaned from attunement and communion with her Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda, this book is a treasure trove for devotees around the world and those seeking deeper meaning to life. In a world of constant flux, Jenny offers an antidote: peace. Within its pages you will discover 15 separate meditations on aspects of peace, yoga breathing techniques, exercises in introspection and much more.
Anita Neilson - Author of ‘Soul Murmurs: Seasonal words of spiritual wisdom to enlighten the soul
Yoga has become very popular around the world, but many people practice yoga simply as an exercise to keep fit. Jenny Light’s book is a guide to practice yoga to find peace and harmony within and in the world. The Awakening of the Lotus of Peace helps the reader to understand unity of spiritual and practical yoga. I hope every yoga practitioner will read this book and be inspired to reach the profound depth of inner peace and outer peace.
Satish Kumar |-Editor Emeritus, Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine
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