Priyank Chopra is well known in the area of Ayurveda and Yoga for many years. He has done many seminars, workshops and retreats. There is an article from 2020 called ‘Reflections’ where he talks about various aspects of his practice. Here are a few things to consider when it comes to his writings on Ayurveda and Yoga:
Many people will want to look at all the books written by Priyank Chopra on Ayurveda and Yoga. It seems like he has several, as there are several on Yoga and other subjects too. But this article focuses on his writings about Ayurveda and Yoga.
After writing his book on Yoga, Priyank Chopra, once again, wrote a book on yoga. This book is called Iyengar and it is available online or through most bookstores in the US and UK.
This book is more about Ayurveda. As Priyank Chopra has also authored two other books on yoga, Iyengar is a book on Ayurveda and Yoga specifically. That is, Priyank Chopra is a writer who has an interest in studying Ayurveda and Yoga. As he is a former doctor, he is well versed in the subject of medicine and has written numerous books on medicine.
In the book, he talks about how you can use Ayurveda to enhance your Qi. He gives information on Chinese medicine, Russian medicine, Yoga, Chakra healing, energy work, chakras, Bhakti healing, and the Qigong health movement. As I have been studying Qi for many years now, I found this an interesting aspect of this book.
Priyank Chopra also provides information on shamans and some of the things they do that allow the shaman to help the human body. The book includes interviews with shamans and healing teachers and those in the psychic world. Priyank Chopra points out how the shaman helps the mind/body/spirit or Tathagata work harmoniously. He also discusses how to empower one’s personal shaman, learn how to use herbal remedies, and even what to do with alcohol and drugs while under the influence of shamanic arts.
As well, he talks about what to expect from Ayurveda and yoga through his book. He speaks about how to interpret the Ego-Awakened Tradition in the yoga classes he teaches and talks about how to handle the situation in any yoga class. He also talks about one’s response to trauma, dealing with the abuser and his own experiences in drug rehabilitation. All in all, I found this book interesting and beneficial.
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