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Week 26: The Way You Look At Others Should Not Disturb Your Inner Peace (Sutra 33)

“By cultivating attitudes of friendliness toward the happy, compassion for the unhappy, delight in the virtuous and disregard toward the wicked, the mind-stuff retains its undisturbed calmness.” –The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Maitri Karuna Muditopeksanam Sukha Duhkha Punyapunya Visayanam Bhavanatas Citta Prasadanam Maitri: friendliness | Karuna: compassion | Mudita: delight | Upeksa: discard | Anam: … Read More

Week 25: The Trauma And Suffering Caused By Separation From The Source And The True Self (Sutras 31-32)

“Accompaniments to the mental distractions include distress, despair, trembling of the body and disturbed breathing. [Sutra 31] – The practice of concentration on a single subject [or the use of one technique] is the best way to prevent obstacles and their accompaniments. [Sutra 32]” –The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Duhkha Daurmanasyangamejayatva Svasa Prasvasa Viksepa Sahabhuvah … Read More

Week 24: The 9 Main Obstacles To Samadhi On Your Eightfold Path [And How To Avoid/Overcome Them] (Sutra 30)

“Disease, dullness, doubt, carelessness, laziness, sensuality, false perception, failure to reach firm ground and slipping from firm ground gained–these distractions of the mind-stuff are the obstacles.” –The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Sutra (Thread) or Lesson 30: Vyadhi Styana Samsaya Pramadalasyavirati Bhrantidarsanalabdhabhumikatvanasthitatvani Chittaviksepaste’ntarayah Vyadhi: disease | Styana: dullness | Samsaya: doubt | Pramada: carelessness | Alasya: laziness … Read More

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Weekly Reflections/Podcast

Week 25: Reflections On Meditation As A Means To Create Freedom From The Trauma And Suffering Caused By Separation From The Source And The True Self (Sutras 31-32) Kidecia King | In Support of Joyful Living

“In Yoga, after you have practiced bringing or directing your attention to a common center or objective, first using gross and then subtle objects, the aim is to eventually make your focal point the essence and meaning of OM. You metaphorically move from the bottom of the symbol to the top and eventually focus on … Read More
  1. Week 25: Reflections On Meditation As A Means To Create Freedom From The Trauma And Suffering Caused By Separation From The Source And The True Self (Sutras 31-32)
  2. Week 24: Reflections On The 9 Main Obstacles To Samadhi On Your Eightfold Path (Sutra 30) [With Guided Audio Exercise/Meditation]