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September 2015

What is Yoga?


Yoga is practised by millions around the world today. Or is it? Yoga, comes from the Sanskrit root ‘yuj’, which means to join. Karma, another Sanskrit word, means to do. And karma is exactly what we are all practising when we say we are practicing yoga. There is a world of difference between these two. Karma is a physical action; Yoga is the experience of mystery. Everyone wants to look fit; few have the time for abstract mysteries. So karma flourishes everywhere, Yoga flourishes in the hearts of a few. Today Yoga is taught in many parts of the world as [...]

What is Yoga?2016-09-03T11:04:13+00:00

8 Limbs of Yoga- The Raja Yoga of Patanjali


Patanjali, one of the great unkown masters of ancient Indian sciences and languages, was no longer human when he transmitted the aphorisms  that came later to be recorded and popularised as Raja Yoga, or the 8 limbs of Yoga. Patanjali, 8 Limbs of Yoga The very essence of the 8 Limbs of Yoga or Raja Yoga lies in the understanding of what it means to be human and how, given that understanding, one can wilfully transcend unto higher states. Having then transcended to beyond where there is no more transcendence, the thing that remains is not a human, in [...]

8 Limbs of Yoga- The Raja Yoga of Patanjali2016-09-03T11:04:44+00:00

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