Part 2 of the YA Subtle Body Series is up now!
Learn about the Magic of the Koshas, or the Five Sheaths that Cover the Self
Today’s episode is about the embracing of Bardo - the space between things. As we transition between 2020 and 2021, learn how the teachings of the Bardo can literally change your mind. https://pcr.apple.com/id1523003206 Excited to share with you my podcast, a way for me to share all things Yoga, from the ground up. This podcast … Continue reading Ep. 3 – Enter the Gap | Podcast
God is a beautiful metaphor That cannot be spoken That cannot be seen That cannot be touched. God is that which lies between all things is above, below, and surrounds all things. God is a beautiful metaphor; remain Quiet, remain Still Give Her space to play within Thee.
yogaś-citta-vṛtti-nirodhaḥ Yoga means obtaining control over the modifications of the mind When you are in a state of yoga, all misconceptions (vṛttis) that can exist in the mutable aspect of human beings (chitta) disappear. Yoga happens when there is stilling (in the sense of continual and vigilant watchfulness) of the movement of thought – without … Continue reading Yoga Sutra 1.2
The Truth is One, but the Paths are Many. The Bhagavad Gita extols three major margas or paths of Yoga which help the aspirant frame his personal nature with the highest goal, realization and union with Brahman, or the all-knowing and pervasive consciousness that governs the universe. Although each path is different, the destination is … Continue reading The Bhagavad Gita: 3 Paths of Yoga
Yoga in its most literal sense is meant to yoke, or unite, aspects of the body, the breath, and the mind. When these three come in to accord, we move beyond the physical forms into the subtle aspects of the anandamaya kosha, or the body of bliss, that inner divine nature that resides within all … Continue reading What is the Goal of Yoga?