Well said! Yoga brings a sweetness to life, and your essay makes it very clear.
Another great book to read about living your yoga daily is author and yogi Donna Farhi "Bringing yoga to life"
you have well brought out the point that every one of us practice asana, pranayama etc for one or two hours and forget about it and get nvolved in our daily ativities,butthe effect of yoga is there for may be an hour or so but whole day we are back to square one and have added enough stress and we realy feel surprised what happend to the practice of every day.Can you please elaborate how to treat every movement as asana and every brath as pranayama etc.please reply to email@example.com.
glad you mentionned Sri Aurobindo, my guide.
You have all the answers to your questions...just read his books, and meditate.
Speak for yourself Ernie.
Ernest van der Velden
The big questions are: why is not everybody in the world practicing? Why do we all accept this sick-making society as a normal way of living? And why are we not able to change the American of 'not really living'?
Beautiful article! Om
it is a prayer for me, a sacredness that touches and lets me experience the face of the divine.....
by connecting all our separate selves into one and connecting it with one true Self - atman
yoga means whole....we dont have to do anything...just the knowing is enough that we are whole and will be whole.so the various body postures help us to sense the feeling of wholeness