A Complete Manual of the Great Oriental Yogi System of Physical Well-Being—Health—Strength–and Vigor. It Preaches a Sane, Normal, Simple Theory of Physical Health, and tells how to put the theory into practice. It teaches that the Body is the Temple of the Soul, and should be kept clean and in good order. Its keynote is the healthy Man and Woman. Its purpose, the instruction and mankind to conform to the standard of that healthy man or woman.
Chapter I: What is “Hatha Yoga.”—Chapter II: The Yogis’ Regard for the Physical Body.—Chapter III: The Work of the Divine Architect.—Chapter IV: Our Friend, the Vital Force.—Chapter V: The Laboratory of the Body.—Chapter VI: The Life Fluid.—Chapter VII: The Crematory of the System.—Chapter VIII: Nourishment.—Chapter IX: Hunger vs. Appetite.—Chapter X: The Yogi Theory and Practice of Prana Absorption from Food.—Chapter XI: About Food.—Chapter XII: The Irrigation of the Body.—Chapter XIII: The Ashes of the System.—Chapter XIV: Yogi Breathing.—Chapter XV: Effect of Correct Breathing.—Chapter XVI: Breathing Exercises.—Chapter XVII: Nostril‑Breathing vs. Mouth‑Breathing.—Chapter XVIII: The Little Lives of the Body.—Chapter XIX: The Control of the Involuntary System.—Chapter XX: Pranic Energy.—Chapter XXI: Pranic Exercises.—Chapter XXII: The Science of Relaxation.—Chapter XXIII: Rules for Relaxation.—Chapter XXIV: The Use of Physical Exercise.—Chapter XXV: Some Yogi Physical Exercises.—Chapter XXVI: The Yogi Bath.—Chapter XXVII: The Solar Energy.—Chapter XXVIII: Fresh Air.—Chapter XXIX: Nature’s Sweet Restorer—Sleep.—Chapter XXX: Regeneration.—Chapter XXXI: The Mental Attitude.—Chapter XXXII: Lead by the Spirit.