Yogic Learning II-Yogic Thinking

Manana -The 2nd Level The next step in the Four Step process of Yogic learning, following the first Smarana, [click here for Yogic Learning I] is Manana. The word Manana comes from the root Man in Sanskrit, meaning thought, and Manana is- to think. So, to think about what we have cognized through Smarana, is Read more about Yogic Learning II-Yogic Thinking[…]

Yogic Learning I – Learning Through Epiphany

How do we know something? And how do we know something for sure? These two things are definitely different. For example, we know that oranges are sweet, but to know for sure whether or not the orange lying on that table is sweet or not, we would have to take a bite ourselves. So knowledge Read more about Yogic Learning I – Learning Through Epiphany[…]

CHITTA- The 4 Level Matrix Of The Mind

“As a human being, one has been endowed with just enough intelligence to be able to see clearly how utterly inadequate that intelligence is when confronted with what exists.” – Albert Einstein     Chitta, in Samskrit, the ancient language of Yoga, can be understood either as the entire range of consciousness, or the sub-conscious Read more about CHITTA- The 4 Level Matrix Of The Mind[…]