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Looking at the wide work of the yoga:

 

Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Kundalini, and the literature of Yoga Sutras of Patnjali Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads.

Yoga is a tradition of love.

The practice of yoga offers the tools to see all that is not the essence of who we are, and liberate oneself into freedom in all aspects of life.



The Yoga Practice :
 

Krya

Releasing the body's energy and past emotions using: Krya, Asana, Kundalini, Mantra

Raja

The name Raja is taken from the word - Maharaja - king, reminding to ask - Who, or what is ruling my life? Me or dogmas of the collective mind?

 

Vignana

Self acknowledgement and reviewing one's inner perspectives on life, and world views, with the light that the upanishads and sutra are offering.

Bahati

Submission, being attentive to the whole in every moment knowing that the dharma is synchronized and actions will flow naturally from the silence.


Isa upanishad (advaita vedanta) 



aum
purnamadah
purnamidam
purnat purnamudachyate
purnasya purnamadaya
purnameva vashishyate.

 

aum


that is the whole.
this is the whole.
from wholeness emerges wholeness.
wholeness coming from wholeness,
wholeness still remains.

Yoga is a tradition of love

The practice of yoga offers the tools to see all that is not the essence of who we are

and liberate oneself into freedom in all aspects of life.



The Yoga Practice :

​Krya

Releasing the body's energy and past emotions using: Krya, Asana, Kundalini, Mantra



Raja

The name Raja is taken from the word-Maharaja - king - reminding to ask - Who/what is ruling my life? Me or dogmas of the collective mind?

 

Vignana

Self acknowledgement and reviewing one's inner perspectives on life

with the light that the upanishads and sutra are offering.



Bahati

Submission, being attentive to the whole in every moment knowing that the dharma is synchronized and actions will flow naturally from the silence.

Isa upanishad (advaita vedanta)

aum
purnamadah
purnamidam
purnat purnamudachyate
purnasya purnamadaya
purnameva vashishyate.

aum
that is the whole.
this is the whole.
from wholeness emerges wholeness.
wholeness coming from wholeness,
wholeness still remains.

 

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