So we have the translation to krishnamacharya's Yogasangagalu coming along nicely HERE but now I come across this....Salutations to the Teacher and the Eternal one
"During this time, I also had the good fortune to receive some of the early writings of Sti t. Krishnamacharya of madras (present day Chenni). Among these, one short work has influenced me profoundly: Salutations to the Teacher and the Eternal one. It has been the book more than any other that has helped me to decipher and understand the ancient hatha yogic texts in their fullness "
Shandor Remete, Shadow Yoga Chaya Yoga
Anyone know of, seen or has access to a copy of this work?
Here's another reference to to from Peter Sterios writing in Yoga Journal
"In "Salutation to the Teacher and the Eternal One," a paper written by T. Krishnamacharya and distributed to students at the Yoga Mandiram in Madras, he says: "One important thing to be constantly kept in mind when doing asanas is the regulation of the breath. It should be slow, thin, long, and steady: breathing through both nostrils with a rubbing sensation at the throat and through the esophagus, inhaling when coming to the straight posture, and exhaling when bending the body."
Text released by AG Mohan see this post