The Yoga Sutra, widely regarded as the authoritative text on yoga, is a collection of aphorisms, outlining the eight limbs of yoga. These "threads" (as sutra translates from Sanskrit) of wisdom offer guidelines for living a meaningful and purposeful life. Learn more about the sutras and Patanjali, the sage who wrote them.
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While experiencing the near-death of his wife, Aadil Palkhivala channeled meditation to release ignorance, ego, and attachment.
With this sutra, Patanjali teaches that yoga practice is preventive medicine for our minds—a way to keep future pain and suffering from manifesting.
Once you begin to identify your obstacles through mindful yoga practice, you will be able to set better intentions and reset your karmic path.
Master teacher Rodney Yee shares his interpretation of Yoga Sutra 1.2.
Effort and non-attachment are two essential elements of yogic philosophy. When practiced together, they can serve as a spiritual and practical roadmap for navigating almost every aspect of life with greater equanimity.
Master teacher Amy Ippoliti interprets Sutra 1.3 as a way to meet your thoughts and feelings with self-assurance.
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Los Angeles-based SmartFLOW teacher trainer Tiffany Russo reminds us how our yoga practice can help us all stay grounded and cultivate community again.
Nicki Doane shares 4 ancient codes of conduct from the Yoga Sutras that seem to be out of fashion right now but she thinks should make a comeback.