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yoga from the heart for wellbeing

Yoga, Compassion, & Tolerance – Part 2

This is the second part of two-part post on the topic of Yoga, Compassion, & Tolerance. Read part 1 here. In the Yogasūtra, Patañjali states: tataḥ-dvandva-anabhigātaḥ yogasūtra 2:48 This sutra came one sūtra after the famous sūtra about āsana; sthira-sukham-āsanam (yogasūtra 2:46). The meaning of this sutra is:(As a consequence of āsana practice), we are…
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The first four sūtra of Patañjali’s Yoga Sūtra

This was an assignment from 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training, written in August 2016. Homework: essay on a sutra of my own choice I choose the sutra 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 to 1:4 for this essay. Four of them altogether because they are interlinked with each other. This four first sutra sums up the content of the…
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How am I doing? 4 ways to find out.

Sabtu 25 July lalu, saya mengadakan acara “Let’s Talk Yoga Sutra” – sebuah kelas pengenalan Yoga Sutra, dihadiri sekitar 30 orang. Topik yang didiskusikan adalah Yoga Sutra I:31 duhkha-daurmanasya-angamejayatva-svasaprasvasa-viksepa-sahabhuvaha Ada empat parameter yang dapat kita lihat untuk mengetahui keadaan kita saat ini (somewhere between nirodha, undisturbed, and vyutthana, disturbed). Heart – antara duhkha dan sukha.…
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