ISBN: 9788187108610 Pages: 96 Size: 85*115 mm Language: English Book Binding: Hardback/ Hardcover Format: HB Weight: 100 gm.
About The Book
This brief, beautifully illustrated book pays homage to one of Hinduism's most beloved and helpful deities. Author James Bae describes the captivating stories of how Ganesh came to acquire an elephant's head, why he is wearing a serpentine belt, and how he handled the friendly sibling contest between him and his brother Skanda. Bae persuasively discusses Ganesh as "remover of obstacles" and loving force for helping contemporary seekers confront challenges within themselves. Exquisite artwork appears throughout this diminutive, charming book.
About James H. Bae
James H. Bae is a wellness expert, with a background in traditional medical research. His work is focused on preserving East Asian medical wisdom and contemporary yoga. James firmly believes that an understanding of Ayurveda, Chinese and Tibetan medicine including herbs, nutrition and bodywork will provide insights into yoga, and its profound therapeutic potential. Yoga is not only a vital discipline and art for the spirit, but a powerful form of myo-fascial medicine. Healing is inseparable from self-transformation. Whether it's through empowering others to find an optimal lifestyle regimen, offering support in the postpartum period, dealing with trauma, or recovering from injury there, James finds the principles and practice of Yoga entirely relevant.