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Yoga for Atheists, Rationalists, Logical Thinkers and Non-Believers A DIY guide

Author Name: Rakesh Saini | Format: Paperback | Genre : Health & Fitness | Other Details

Whenever an atheist, a rationalist or a non-believer asks a Yoga teacher, ‘Can I practise Yoga?’ The quality of answers usually provided, are of such nature, as if a Divyaang person is asking, ‘Can I walk?’ He will invariably be advised to use some crutches. A firm atheist, leave aside considering himself inferior, may consider others as inferior, who need to use the crutches of Gods, Human-Gods and Gurus aspiring to be Gods.

Yoga, a Universal Art and Science of mental and physical well-being, is invariably delivered bubble-wrapped in multiple layers of spirituality, religion, faith in God and Hinduism. The author, in this Do-it-Yourself guide, encourages atheists, rationalists, non-believers, and those who abhor Human-Gods, to not only derive all benefits by practising Yoga but also surpass others in life by adopting ‘Yogic way of life’.

This Guide-Book prescribes, in a simple and interesting manner, a step-by-step procedure of learning and practising Yoga, circumventing all obstacles of Gods, Human-Gods, Gurus, spirituality and religion specific practices, in forty-five days. 

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Rakesh Saini

When an IITian atheist struggles with the stresses of work and life and some lifestyle-related disorders and ailments, with firm determination and resolve, a book is born.  Rakesh Saini is an Electrical Engineer, an alumnus of the University of Roorkee (now IIT), working in Defence Infrastructure Sector for the last thirty-one years. Writing, in both English and Hindi, is more his passion than profession.

This book is a result of hits and trials, experimentations and observations, by the author in his efforts to lead a stress-free, healthy, happy life, by adopting Yoga, in ways better than the God-fearing, spiritual, religious and pious types, while firmly holding on to his belief systems and thought processes of a staunch atheist, rationalist and logical thinker.

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