Yoga circle on to explain the phenomenon in its own terms as far as possible. This usually involves the attempt to pursue an empathy with the authors or traditions being investigated, and the development of typologies that link various aspects together and also go below the surface to identify patterns and connections that are not always obvious from a that which is presented position. An excellent example of phenomenological typology can be found in a work by Andrew Rawlinson entitled The Book of Enlightened Masters: Western Teachers in Eastern Traditions. In this book, Rawlinson introduces a typology of spiritual traditions that he constructed on the basis of the accounts provided by various texts on spirituality and interviews with modern spiritual teachers. It has two axes: hot-cool and structured-unstructured, which he describes thus: Hot is that which is other than oneself; that which has its own life. It is not something that one has access to as of right. It is powerful and breath-taking, and is associated with revelations and grace. Yoga circle 2016.
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