Week 1 2.37: asteya-pratisthayam sarva-ratnopasthanamFor those who have no inclination to steal, the truly precious is at hand. From The Art of Living: “Asteya literally means non-stealing. But at the deepest level, Asteya means abandoning the very intent or desire to possess or steal anything—whether it is material, a talent, a relationship, a gift, achievement,… Continue reading March 2021: The Yamas (continued)
Week 1 The second chapter of the Sutras, Sadhana Pada, continues to add depth to the teachings of self-realization. Patanjali begins with a sutra about yogic action, or kriya, which is a key component to a practice. From IndiaNetzone: "Sadhana Pada is the second chapter of Patanjali Yoga Sutra, where Patanjali comes down to the… Continue reading February 2021: Kleshas and Yamas
Week 1 Welcome back, friends! It's been a while. As I mentioned back in October, I spent the last two months (among other things) reviewing active content and made any changes that called for them. I'll continue to take these "content review" breaks a few times a year to ensure I'm always checking in on… Continue reading January 2021: Intro to the Yoga Sutras
WEEK 1 Yoga. A word that's been increasing in familiarity over the last three decades. Pre-pandemic, many U.S. cities were saturated with yoga studios, offering everything from Hot Yoga to Ashtanga Vinyasa to Flow, and all that's in between. This influx in popularity has created an ever-growing conversation around how much yoga has changed in… Continue reading July 2020: What is Yoga?