Yoga, as Swami Vivekananda has said, may be regarded as a means of compressing one’s evolution into a single life or a few years or even a few months of bodily existence.

(Sri Aurobindo, Synthesis of Yoga)

Integrality

Integrality

You have stepped on to the path of integral Yoga. Try to fathom the meaning and the aim of the integral Yoga before you advance. He who has the noble aspiration of attaining the high summit of realisation should know …

The Practice of Yoga

The Practice of Yoga

To find the Divine is indeed the first reason for seeking the spiritual Truth and the spiritual life, it is the one thing indispensable and all the rest is nothing without it.

We must find the self, the Divine, then only …

Yogic View Of Health

Yogic View Of Health

Health is the basis of all forms of human self-effort. The scriptures declare, Dharmaartha kaama mokshaanam aarogyamoolam uttamam, which means arogya or health is the basis of dharma (ethical value in life), artha (material achievements in life), kama (satisfaction of …

Towards Higher Knowledge

Towards Higher Knowledge

The Fundamentals of Yoga 

All existence is a single fabric of being. You touch one strand of this fabric and the whole fabric moves. This fabric of existence is not you or me, not a person, nor even a world. This …

The Four Aids to Yoga

The Four Aids to Yoga

Yoga-siddhi, the perfection that comes from the practice of Yoga, can be best attained by the combined working of four great instruments. There is, first, the knowledge of the truths, principles, powers and processes that govern the realisation – shastra. Next …

The Quest of the Real

The Quest of the Real

Fundamentals of Yoga

The Yogic journey to Self-realization begins with seeing clearly the self, or the selves, that we are not. To see the false as the false

The seeker or the sadhaka (the Sanskrit word for the disciple of Yoga; literally, …

The Ascent of Consciousness

The Ascent of Consciousness

The realization of the Yoga of Knowledge is when one feels that one lives in the wideness of something silent, featureless and universal (called the Self) and all else is seen as only forms and names; the Self is real, …

Ahankar, The Ego

Ahankar, The Ego

The meaning of the word ahankāra (ego) has become so distorted in our language that often a confusion arises when we try to explain the main principles of the Aryan Dharma. Pride is only a particular effect of the rajasic ego, yet this is …

The Way Of Yoga

The Way Of Yoga

Yoga is in its essence a passage from the ordinary consciousness in which we are aware only of appearances into a higher wider deeper consciousness in which we become aware of realities and of the one Reality. Not only do …

A Preface To Raja Yoga

A Preface To Raja Yoga

Since the dawn of history, various extraordinary phenomena have been recorded as happening amongst human beings. Witnesses are not wanting in modern times to attest to the fact of such events, even in societies living under the full blaze of …

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