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The eight limbs of yoga
To many, yoga means postures or physical positions of the body, but it is much, much more. The word itself implies a linking or blending or harmony of what with what? Well, harmony within the individual and also with the environment. Harmony and balance between all the systems of the body.
Making space for spirituality
A spiritual life doesn’t mean putting on sack cloth, abandoning family and employment, denying yourself all pleasures and removing to a hermetic existence. But religion and spirituality are quite distinct, and the spiritual practice of yoga invites us to investigate and understand for ourselves who we are and how to live.
Yoga – What links does it have with Hinduism?
The Bhagavad Gita
The first of a four part series discussing this important yoga text.
Living in the Dharma
How does this foundational philosophy of yoga encourage us to live in mindfulness and do the right thing?
Is life an illusion?
Nancy Jackson encourages us to look at Vedic philosophy to help develop discrimination.
Karma – take responsibility now
The Law of Karma offers insight to remind us to be present in the moment and accept responsibility for our lives.
An insightful look at this great yoga master from a new perspective.