The theory of yama and niyama is useless if it cannot be put into daily use. So, how can we integrate yama and niyama into daily living?
What is change? What is its nature? How does it impact us? Why is it so hard to manage change? How can we improve our capability?
Why is it so hard to manage change? How can we improve our capability? What are the tools that yama and nyama provide in change management?
School of Yoga explains internal transformation using yama and niyama. There are no blueprints which guide us on how to live correctly. Similarly, there are no […]
School of Yoga explains Lifestyle balance Introduction – Raja Yoga was conceived at a time when people lived by the sun, not by the clock. Hence, […]
School of Yoga explains pratyāhāra – concept Introduction: The classical definition of pratyāhāra (retreat in Sanskrit) is withdrawal of the senses. Since practice of pratyāhāra results in […]
School of Yoga explains withdrawal – pratyāhāra consciousness and sense control. Our identity depends on the stimulus-response cycle to reinforce existence. Consequently, if our sense […]
School of Yoga explains breath and meditation. The breath goes past the septum. Behind the septum is the nasal cavity. The septum acts like a […]