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Acknowledgments Introduction Part One: Rasa Sadhana 1 Nine Rasas 2 Rasas in the Body 3 Body Emotions in Western Science 4 Indian Philosophy and Rasas Part Two: The Nine Rasas 5 Shringara: Love 6 Hasya: Joy 7 Adbhuta: Wonder 8 Shanta: Calmness 9 Raudra: Anger 10 Veerya: Courage 11 Karuna: Sadness 12 Bhayanaka: Fear 13 Vibhatsa: Disgust Part Three: Working with Our Rasas 14 Mastering Emotions 15 Rasa Sadhana 16 Balancing Sensory Input 17 Cooking Emotions 18 Daily Routines 19 Emotional Emergencies Part Four: Our Rasas in Society 20 The Emotional Evolution of Humankind 21 Rasas and Western Science 22 Rasas, Religion, Spirituality, and Yoga 23 Power to the Artists 24 Social Work and Politics 25 Mood Marketing 26 Rasas in Therapy Conclusion Sanskrit Glossary References and Recommended Reading Index
Peter Marchand became a student of Harish Johari in 1983 and is one of the founders of Sanatan Society, a networking organization of family and students of Harish Johari. He travels to India annually and teaches Rasa Sadhana in Europe, America, and Asia. He lives in Belgium. Harish Johari (1934-1999) was a tantric scholar, poet, musician, composer, artist, and gemologist. He authored twelve books, including Chakras, Tools for Tantra, and Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine.
"The book is honest, straight-forward, and designed to help the reader. For those interested in the practice of Rasa Sadhana, this is the book for them. Peter Marchand is to be congratulated on a fine, clearly written book, one that will be of immense help to many people." * Lee Prosser, Ghostvillage.com, Nov 2006 * "This guide to mastering your emotions through traditional yogic, Tantric, and Ayurvedic practices is definitely the most fascinating book that I've read in a long while. . . . provides both the information and inspiration to utilize our emotions to promote better health, spiritual growth, and enduring happiness." * Timothy Burgin, www.yogabasics.com, Nov 2006 * "I seriously recommend this book, for the explanation of the nine rasas alone; although the rest of the book is fantastic as well! I feel I've been introduced to my emotions . . ." * Amanda Bugeaud, Timeless Spirit Magazine, Jan 2007 *