How do you know you know? A classic question. And more important than most of realize. Here we’ll see how Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and the Indic tradition in general answers this question.
We all have a bad habit: we compare ourselves with others. Here we will see what happens when we do this, why nowadays it’s worse than ever to do this, and what we can do to overcome this habit.
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.
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.
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.
Among other things, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras are famous for the yamas and niyamas, which are the very basis of the entire path of yoga. Here we’ll briefly explain the 5 niyamas.
I’m excited about my upcoming retreat in the Bahamas, from the 15-18th of July!
Among other things, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras are famous for the yamas and nimayas, which are the very basis of the entire path of yoga. Here we’ll briefly explain the 5 yamas.
Why are we here? Yoga is adamant in stating that ignorance leads to all other suffering. But not so much is said about how it all began. Why did I become ignorant? When? How? Find out more here.
Be aware that you are not seeing life as it is. You’re seeing it as you are, according to unconscious filters you have created, which control what information reaches you. How does this happen? How is it affecting your life? And how can you change this? Find out more here.