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Yoga

Yoga is a holistic practice aimed at physical, psychological and spiritual well-being. Patanjali, in his book of Yoga Sutra, defined Yoga as ‘Chitta Vritti Nirodha,’ which means calming of fluctuations of the mind. As such, this mind-body practice leads to grounding, centeredness and focus. The aim of Yoga is to find your true inner self, free from distractions of the external world.

Yoga is a lifestyle, a system of Philosophy reached by contemplations on the true nature of self and the universe. The rituals in the Yogic practice - asana, meditation, pranayama, diet - are also put in place in order to cleanse the system of psychological, physical and spiritual impurities, so that one can stay focused on the ultimate goal of Yoga.

The aim of Yoga is to let go of unnecessary attachments, beliefs and conditions that we have been taught. Yoga is the practice of acting from a place of authenticity, love, generosity and compassion. It is recognising that nothing is permanent, that everything is in a flux. Once you realise this fact of impermanence, you denounce all attachment to everything physical, even this body. Thus, the ultimate goal of Yoga is letting go of ‘maya’ or illusion.

Yoga is a rich field of study, which gives insights into all areas of life. Although historically, those who pursued the Yogic path renounced worldly attachments, Yoga is contemporarily understood as a guiding path in one’s everyday life. The aim then, is to find the balance - to find moksha amidst the material temptations and obligations of one’s life.
Although Asana practice is an integral part of Yoga, it is only a tool through which one develops flexibility of the mind. Omshankar Yogi Ji, founder of Bhagsu Yoga Institute, believes that Yoga is not about mastery of asana, but about mastery over one self. It is a practice of being in the present moment, all the while maintaining authenticity. Yoga is recognising that in each moment, you are exactly where you need to be, and what is important is to maintain the vital force of life - the breath - and through it, keen observation of the self. It is through self awareness and surrender to the outer reality that one can live a life full of good health, love, peace, harmony and happiness.

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