Yoga key to dream life: author
SUGGESTIONS on how to make more money don't immediately bring yoga to mind.
However, a new book by Kingscliff author, yoga teacher and life coach Rohan James called The Yoga Revolution intends to do just that - show readers how to make more money.
The author claims increasing your income isn't the only thing the book can help with.
The Yoga Revolution shows how to eliminate stress and anxiety, how to look younger and how to create your dream life.
The author aims to "bridge the gap between spiritualism and materialism" and demonstrates how easy to understand techniques can be fitted into our busy lives.
Mr James said the inspiration for his book came from a four month yoga and meditation stint in India.
"During which I realised that there are few, if any, really good books available which explain the very practical and comprehensive approach to life that is yoga.
"Most people in the west, when they think about yoga, conjure up images of ridiculously flexible people inverted, twisted and contorted into all sorts of weird and wonderful positions giving the impression that yoga is a form of acrobatic gymnastics that few will ever excel at.
"I am here to show people that yoga can be applied to everyday life, simply and with great success."
Mr James' book is divided into three parts with part one explaining who we are, where we've come from, where we are going and what life is really all about.
Part two gives simple to follow practical means of achieving inner peace and part three explains how we can operate successfully in the world.
The Yoga Revolution - Bridging the gap between spiritualism and Materialism aims to demonstrate how we can use yoga to find things in life that some would call materialistic and at the same time find some spiritual enlightenment along the way.
Mr James states his book in combination with reference material accessible at his website rohanjamesyoga.com to help readers improve relationships, make money easily and effortlessly and achieve inner peace and contentment.
He started his yoga journey some 20 years ago when he was searching for a way to maintain his physical and mental health while competing as a professional golfer.
Yoga became his passion and about 15 years ago he started assisting others in developing inner peace and outer success through the practise of yoga.
Mr James said he lived stress free on a beach in Northern NSW and spent his spare time surfing and relaxing with family and friends.