King Pigeon Yoga Pose

HYP is a long and detailed text satiated with instructions. It is easily read and is typical for its genre. It is full of inconsistencies and there is almost no argument supporting its postulates. After reading it, a modern student would have very little idea about what to do or how to combine and prioritise these techniques. The purpose of the text was clearly not to educate or replace oral training. It is better compared to a marketing pamphlet. One is just assured over and over that by doing this or that technique, perfection’ will be achieved.

This text is no analytical textbook and manual for practice. However, many modern readers treat it as a textbook trying to define a consistent hatha-yoga doctrine. Despite its problems, the HYP was often quoted and extracted from as it became incorporated into various sectarian worlds.

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