Science of Yoga

  1. Explanation of the Gauranga breathing, with practical example

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  2. Finding The True Self: Part 1: Essence

    One of the questions that causes the most anxiety among people is the question of identity: Who am I? Why am I on this planet? What is my purpose in life?
    Understanding the true meaning of life is the key to finding real and lasting happiness.

    Part 1: What is my essence? Who am I at the core of my being? We often hear the term, “I am a spiritual being having a human experience.” If I am not my body and also not my mind, if all of these coverings are stripped away, who am I? What is my essence, my intrinsic quality and nature? The world’s most renowned yoga text, the Bhagavad Gita, contains clear and profound descriptions of the atma or true self. Join us as we begin our journey deep into the wisdom of yoga to uncover our true, intrinsic nature.

    Part 2: What is my position? Where do I fit in the big picture? I do not exist in isolation. The very meaning of the word yoga is “union” or “relationship”. What is the nature of the relationship between me and my mind and body? What is my relationship with others, with the world around me, and ultimately, with the Supreme Soul? How do I fit into the universe? What is my true position?

    Part 3: What is my function? How do I find my true purpose? Continuing the spiritual journey we explore our natural function. Yoga texts speak of “dharma” or intrinsic nature. The dharma of water is wetness, the dharma of sugar is sweetness but what is the dharma of the atma, the soul? Here’s a hint: it’s got a lot to do with love. Tune in to find out more.

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  3. Finding The True Self: Part 1: Essence

    One of the questions that causes the most anxiety among people is the question of identity: Who am I? Why am I on this planet? What is my purpose in life?
    Understanding the true meaning of life is the key to finding real and lasting happiness.

    Part 1: What is my essence? Who am I at the core of my being? We often hear the term, “I am a spiritual being having a human experience.” If I am not my body and also not my mind, if all of these coverings are stripped away, who am I? What is my essence, my intrinsic quality and nature? The world’s most renowned yoga text, the Bhagavad Gita, contains clear and profound descriptions of the atma or true self. Join us as we begin our journey deep into the wisdom of yoga to uncover our true, intrinsic nature.

    Part 2: What is my position? Where do I fit in the big picture? I do not exist in isolation. The very meaning of the word yoga is “union” or “relationship”. What is the nature of the relationship between me and my mind and body? What is my relationship with others, with the world around me, and ultimately, with the Supreme Soul? How do I fit into the universe? What is my true position?

    Part 3: What is my function? How do I find my true purpose? Continuing the spiritual journey we explore our natural function. Yoga texts speak of “dharma” or intrinsic nature. The dharma of water is wetness, the dharma of sugar is sweetness but what is the dharma of the atma, the soul? Here’s a hint: it’s got a lot to do with love. Tune in to find out more.

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  4. Finding The True Self: Part 1: Essence

    One of the questions that causes the most anxiety among people is the question of identity: Who am I? Why am I on this planet? What is my purpose in life?
    Understanding the true meaning of life is the key to finding real and lasting happiness.

    Part 1: What is my essence? Who am I at the core of my being? We often hear the term, “I am a spiritual being having a human experience.” If I am not my body and also not my mind, if all of these coverings are stripped away, who am I? What is my essence, my intrinsic quality and nature? The world’s most renowned yoga text, the Bhagavad Gita, contains clear and profound descriptions of the atma or true self. Join us as we begin our journey deep into the wisdom of yoga to uncover our true, intrinsic nature.

    Part 2: What is my position? Where do I fit in the big picture? I do not exist in isolation. The very meaning of the word yoga is “union” or “relationship”. What is the nature of the relationship between me and my mind and body? What is my relationship with others, with the world around me, and ultimately, with the Supreme Soul? How do I fit into the universe? What is my true position?

    Part 3: What is my function? How do I find my true purpose? Continuing the spiritual journey we explore our natural function. Yoga texts speak of “dharma” or intrinsic nature. The dharma of water is wetness, the dharma of sugar is sweetness but what is the dharma of the atma, the soul? Here’s a hint: it’s got a lot to do with love. Tune in to find out more.

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  5. Finding The True Self: Part 1: Essence

    One of the questions that causes the most anxiety among people is the question of identity: Who am I? Why am I on this planet? What is my purpose in life?
    Understanding the true meaning of life is the key to finding real and lasting happiness.

    Part 1: What is my essence? Who am I at the core of my being? We often hear the term, “I am a spiritual being having a human experience.” If I am not my body and also not my mind, if all of these coverings are stripped away, who am I? What is my essence, my intrinsic quality and nature? The world’s most renowned yoga text, the Bhagavad Gita, contains clear and profound descriptions of the atma or true self. Join us as we begin our journey deep into the wisdom of yoga to uncover our true, intrinsic nature.

    Part 2: What is my position? Where do I fit in the big picture? I do not exist in isolation. The very meaning of the word yoga is “union” or “relationship”. What is the nature of the relationship between me and my mind and body? What is my relationship with others, with the world around me, and ultimately, with the Supreme Soul? How do I fit into the universe? What is my true position?

    Part 3: What is my function? How do I find my true purpose? Continuing the spiritual journey we explore our natural function. Yoga texts speak of “dharma” or intrinsic nature. The dharma of water is wetness, the dharma of sugar is sweetness but what is the dharma of the atma, the soul? Here’s a hint: it’s got a lot to do with love. Tune in to find out more.

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The science of yoga, or the science of identity, answers such questions as:
Who am I? What is the purpose of life? Where can happiness be found?

Everyone wants to be happy, and the yoga teaching is that real happiness requires a total revolution of…


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The science of yoga, or the science of identity, answers such questions as:
Who am I? What is the purpose of life? Where can happiness be found?

Everyone wants to be happy, and the yoga teaching is that real happiness requires a total revolution of the heart - a complete spiritual transformation. You can start this journey today - by engaging in the process of mantra meditation, and by lending your ears to the enlightening seminars of Yoga Wisdom available on this channel.

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