What Is Yoga? Are We Really Getting It?

What Is Yoga? Are We Really Getting It? – mindbodygreen

We all want it, that feeling, where we are overflowing with so much joy we cannot contain it. In the end, after we scrape away all the fluff of our desires, wants and needs, we all do really want the same thing: JOY. Pure blissful joy ; a joy where our hearts sing and dance free from judgment; pure and simple joy.

What is Yoga? Are we really getting it? – Mindful Movement

If yoga does really mean to unite, a uniting coming from the Sanskrit root word yuj, it’s important to understand that we’re also working to unite with the Universal Consciousness, that which is all encompassing. This uniting in some ways may have become a new catchphrase in yoga, an assumed understanding that we are one.

Naked Judgement: What Are We Really Buying from Nude Yoga …

Jan 17, 2012 · I so agree with you, Carol. It is this kind of interpretation of yoga that has allowed it to become an expression of the very cultural neuroses it could free us from. The fact that we are squandering yoga’s potential that disappoints me most about the way we have interpreted yoga in …

What Is Yoga, Really? – Self-Realization Fellowship

In these few words lies the key to the science of Yoga. This ancient spiritual science offers a direct means of stilling the natural turbulence of thoughts and restlessness …

What Is Yoga? – Yoga Shanti

That is all very true but what does Yoga really mean? Where did yoga come from? And what exactly are we doing when we say “oh yeah, I do yoga.” Yoga: Divine union. From the Sanskrit root verb yuj (to yoke, join or unite.) Yoga developed thousands of years ago around India although the exact origins are uncertain. Yoga is for every person in every age; therefore yoga keeps changing just as time keeps …

What is Yoga really all about – ADITYA DHAM

When we do not ‘have it together,’ the mind is disturbed and the reflection of our real nature is distorted. The distortion is in our mind. The distortion is not in our real nature. Since our purpose is to express our real nature, we are compelled by our own real nature to remove the distortion.

What Is Yoga, Really? – Yogoda Satsanga Society of India

By practicing the step-by-step methods of Yoga taking nothing for granted on emotional grounds or through blind faith we come to know our oneness with the Infinite Intelligence, Power, and Joy which gives life to all and which is the essence of our own Self.

What it Really Means to Practice Yoga. | elephant journal

Hi Mark, I really appreciate your thinking about what it means to really practice yoga. Breaking free of societal conditioning is the challenge. So, it is understandable how we have chosen profits over people.