Monthly Archives: March 2015

History of Yoga – Part 7

Our obsession with external appearance diminishes our ability to participate in truly intimate, loving relationships. – Kushal Magar As a child, I was utterly entranced by Classical Greece. I taught myself its history and myths, its alphabet and geography. I … Continue reading

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History of Yoga – Part 6

Yogasana … are not exercises, but techniques which place the physical body in positions that cultivate awareness, relaxation, concentration and meditation … the body becomes full of vitality and strength, the mind becomes light, creative, joyful and balanced. – Satyananda … Continue reading

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History of Yoga – Part 5

Body still as a deodar cedar.  Mind lucid as a winter moon.  Senses tranquil as a summer sky.  This is Yoga. – Kushal Magar The contrast between my impressions of yoga as I had experienced its practice in the West and … Continue reading

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