Though yoga seems complex and we find so many different presentations of yoga, there are actually only two distinct paths of yoga which we will outline here. Read more
One way to look at the path of yoga is to divide it into three separate aspects, or avenues of progress. Let’s take a look at that here and how we can apply this to our lives. Read more
In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras we find an interesting definition of 3 things we need to be successful in yoga. Let’s take a look at that here. Read more
Come to Belgium with me! I’ll be teaching every day, except Sundays, about the Bhagavad-gita and the 3T Path in a yoga teacher training course, in a beautiful castle in Belgium! The course is from the 1-29 of June 2018. Details and sign-up here: http://bhaktivedantacollege.com/events/yoga-teacher-training-course/! Read more
The foremost quality of a yogi emphasized in the Bhagavad-gita is equanimity – to be equal, remaining the same, no matter what life throws at you. How is this to be achieved? Read more
Detachment is a crucial quality in the path of yoga. But to many of us, it sounds so cold. Being detached would seem like we just don’t care. So, how are we to understand detachment?
Yoga has come to mean a lot of things, so it’s no wonder people get confused with the question: “How to live like a yogi?”
There is, however, one key point, that differentiates a yogi from a non-yogi. Read more