Baba Allaudin Khan is the author of various books about yoga, meditation, and spirituality. She has had a deep interest in yoga for over 10 years. When I first met her, she was wearing her favorite pink yoga pants, a black and white polka dot shirt, and her favorite red lipstick. She was also wearing a purple scarf and matching eyeglasses to complete the look. Her mind was clear and she radiated love and kindness.
Baba Allaudin Khan is also the author of a number of other books about meditation, yoga, and other forms of self-development. When I met her she introduced herself to me as the author of more than 20 self-help books about yoga and meditation.
I asked her how she came up with the title of her book, and she said, “I was reading a book by a guy named Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.” She said that, while her name was very common, she didn’t want to make it part of her book title just because it was so common.
I guess that is a great excuse for someone to take a title like “Yoga for Dummies”.
That’s something I find interesting about the word “dummies,” because it is such a common word, yet it is used in so many different ways. I guess I’m not the only person who likes to play semantics games with words.
I have a great respect for Baba, and I have a lot of respect for people who are trying to be authentic in their approach to a subject. In this case, it looks like someone has decided to claim a little bit of the yoga-loving-Baba thing for themselves. I know that I have been searching for years for an authentic yoga book, and I am really looking forward to finding my own.
Im looking forward to reading this book and its author. In the spirit of being authentic, I was going to try to make it an as-is, non-generic, non-generic-as-is-with-a-little-traction approach, but I did not want to just rehash the whole yogi thing. I wanted to focus on Baba’s own personal growth, which is often not the same thing as the yogi thing.
Baba is an ancient Indian yogi who lived in a time before there were gurus, but who was a master at self-discipline and discipline of others. He was known for his asceticism, and many of his disciples were his disciples. He was also an entrepreneur, who was one of the leaders in the creation of yoga as a profession in India.
Baba was born in the 18th century on a farm. He was probably the most famous yogi of his time, but also one of the least known. He began practicing yogihood in the 16th century, but it’s not clear where he lived, or how long. His lineage is unknown, but he was born in 1608.
Baba’s disciples were known as “bandis,” and they were often involved in charity work or charity with the poor. Some even ended up being known as “baba’s monks.” He may have been a lay follower of Bishnu Puri, a famous Indian yogi, but it’s not clear if he ever became a monk.