There is action in inaction and inaction in action

Namo namaha.नमो नमः karmany akarma yah pasyed akarmani cha karma yaha sa buddhumaan manushyeshu sa yuktah kritsna karma krit Those who see inaction in action and action in inaction live is wisdom. He or she is a Yogi and can accomplish anything. Bhagavad Gita IV-18 Are you really not doing anything when you are not … Continue reading There is action in inaction and inaction in action

The 5 Vayus

Namo namaha. At its heart, Yoga is more than just flexibility or strength in postures; it is the management of prana, the vital life force that animates all levels of being. Prana enables the body to move and the mind to think. It is the intelligence that coordinates our senses, and the perceptible manifestation of our higher … Continue reading The 5 Vayus

13 Benefits of Yoga That Are Supported by Science

Namo namaha. Derived from the Sanskrit word “yuj,” meaning yoke or union, Yoga is an ancient practice that brings together mind and body (1). It incorporates breathing exercises, meditation and poses designed to encourage relaxation and reduce stress. Practicing Yoga is said to come with many benefits for both mental and physical health, though not … Continue reading 13 Benefits of Yoga That Are Supported by Science

3 Kinds of knowing – the practical tool needed

3 reliable means to knowledge Pratyaksa anumana agamah pramanani (1.7) Of the five ways of knowledge (pramana) or "proofs", there are three ways of gaining correct knowledge 1) direct perception (pratyakṣa (प्रत्यक्ष)) 2) reasoning/inference (anumāṇa (अनुमान)) and 3) authority/validation (śabda (शब्द)) https://www.worldyogainstitute.org/2020/05/19/the-yoga-sutras-of-patanjali-part-3/ Namo namaha. Have you ever had an experience of realising something related to … Continue reading 3 Kinds of knowing – the practical tool needed