My spiritual path as a yogi began when I was 15 years old. I was introduced to the ancient philosophy of the yogi masters in a surprising and unexpected way. As a young boy I had always been interested in paranormal or supernatural things, always exploring new ideas that pertained to the unseen dimensions of… Continue reading Yogi Philosophy: The Yoga Beyond Asanas
Inspirational Quotes #19
Yoga means “union”. How you interpret that is entirely up to you, because we all have our own unique spiritual path to follow. So yoga can be “union with God”. It can be “union with your Higher Self”. It can be “union of the pranic energies”. It can be “union with Nature.” It can be “union with the present moment”. Whichever way you choose to interpret Yoga, it is ultimately about the process of becoming more aware and conscious of who we truly are. It is about experiencing the essence of our true nature… our natural state of being fully present. We were born with it, and as adults we need to re-discover it.
Patanjali’s Eight Limbs of Yoga: Ancient Spirituality for Modern Life
The Eight Limbs of Yoga are a comprehensive system of non-religious spiritual training and practice. They provide a general guide specially designed for a healthy, well-rounded personal growth. Within this framework you can get clear on your values, and develop yourself physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. The beauty of this system is that you can adapt it to your own personal beliefs and lifestyle, and apply it in a practical way for a busy modern life. It is perfect for anyone who has a longing for more spiritual connection but doesn’t want to get involved with institutionalised religion.