Tag Archives: Patanjali Yoga Sutra

Create a sacred playground for your child

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This year, I have begun yet another new expansion called Parents-Kids-Home Yoga. The genesis of this project came about when I decided to commission a very talented friend of mine from Hong Kong to draw a set of Beginners series … Continue reading

Your problems aren’t big as you think

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Are you struggling with problems in life? Do you feel overwhelmed or depressed by your problems? The first thing I learned about problems in life from my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) is that our mind is not logical as … Continue reading

Aligning to the Source of Yoga

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On Tuesday, 21st June happened to be the International Day of Yoga, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), a living Yogi and an enlightened master, gave three important revelations about the Source of Yoga that the world should know. First, … Continue reading

Silence is the source of inspiration and creation

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Do you know the power of silence? Are you aware that our body actually heals faster when we are in silence? After coming back from the 21-day Suddhadvaitam program at Kumbh Mela in Ujjain for 2 weeks, I am experiencing … Continue reading

The Three Sources of Right Knowledge

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Do you know there are three sources of right knowledge? In Yoga Sutra Verse 7th, Patanjali gave us the three sources of right knowledge: Direct Perception, Inference and Competent Evidence constitute right knowledge. If one were to read this sutra … Continue reading

Samyama: Technology for extraordinary experiences and powers

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Do you know that there are many secret powers (known as siddhis in sanskrit) in you which are kept as a secret even from you? The biggest problem is we are afraid of the powers, so slowly we keep it … Continue reading