The Spiritual Teachings of Yoga

  • by Mark Forstater, Joanna Manuel
  • Narrated by Fiona Shaw, Tim McInnerney, Klaff Jack
  • 2 hrs and 26 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Yoga is over 5,500 years old, making it the oldest known spiritual discipline. Millions of people around the world now practice it, often to lose weight or tone their bodies. But many are now becoming interested in the philosophy of Yoga.This audiobook presents the three most important texts of Yoga, read by leading British actors. These insightful and beautiful texts lead us to a deeper understanding of what Yoga can bring us, and together are guides for inner wisdom. Whether you are a beginner at Yoga, an experienced practitioner, a teacher, or in teacher training, this audiobook will enable you to add new depth and meaning to your current practice, accessing the full potential and power of Yoga to transform your life.

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Does not translate!

I expected this book to cover the philosophy behind Yoga and provide an interesting insight into living a spiritual life that included Yoga. Instead I got a series of exercises explained that do not translate into an audio book. A very boring book. I cannot imagine who the client group would be that could enjoy this book. Very disappointed!
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- Alison St Pierre "Local Government Officer, listens to audiobooks whilst commuting, loves Biographies of quintessentially English eccentrics."

This is not the full book!

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

From browsing the kindle preview I can instantly see that this is not even nearly half of the book. I can see it is described as abridged - but assumed it would mean missing out the table of contents & unnecessary things, this is a very short overview & should not be equivalent to the full book. Very disappointing, now I will have to buy the kindle edition.


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- Siobhan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-07-2008
  • Publisher: Mark Forstater