ADVAITA SAMKHYA
Recommended Reading

The System of Non-Dual Yoga

[The System of Non-Dual Yoga]
Non-Dual Yoga Series: Book 3 of 3
“In the final installment of this series, the author presents an overview of the philosophy of Non-Dual Yoga.  It’s explored in terms of ontology, spatial cosmology, temporal cosmology, axiology, ethics, and epistemology.  This reveals exactly how Non-dual Yoga fits into the vast subject of philosophy.  The sutra format is replaced with an outline format, making the information more accessible and easily referenced.  This book is designed for cutting-edge Yoga instructors, philosophy professors, and pioneering students alike.  It demonstrates that the philosophy of Yoga needn’t remain an ancient dogma but can evolve and keep pace with modern science.  Yet we can continue to practice the familiar, time-tested eight limbs (ashtanga) of Patanjali.”

The Art of Non-Dual Yoga

[The Art of Non-Dual Yoga]
Non-Dual Yoga Series: Book 2 of 3
“What if there were an official branch of Non-dual Yoga, like Advaita Vedanta?  If so, would it support the existing practice of Yoga that we know and love?  If these questions interest you, then this book is for you.  Inside it are the Advaita Yoga Sutras, which recompile the practical foundation of Yoga.  They’re inspired by the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.  Except they incorporate its famous eight-limbs (ashtanga) into a non-dual format.  The sutras only number seventy-two (instead of one hundred ninety-five), vastly simplifying the instruction.  This is possible because they’re based on the Advaita Samkhya Sutras, which were specifically designed to support Non-dual Yoga.  Hence, the combined one hundred forty-four sutras work together synergistically.”

The Science of Non-Dual Yoga

[The Science of Non-Dual Yoga]
Non-Dual Yoga Series: Book 1 of 3
“What if there were a way to bridge the gap between science and Yoga philosophy?  What if Yoga philosophy more accurately represented our experience of life?  What if Yoga philosophy was based on non-duality?  If these questions interest you, then this book is for you.  Inside it are the Advaita Samkhya Sutras, which recompile the theoretical foundation of Yoga.  They help pave the way for the future of Yoga by reorganizing and expanding upon the twenty-five classical principles (tattvas) of Kapila according to string theory (gunavada).  Thus, Advaita Samkhya brings scientific concepts such as nondimensional space, dimensional space, space-time, extra dimensions, the cyclic universe, recursion, symmetry, and resonance into the realm of Yoga.”