Yoga And Travel: Living In The Question

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Global Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Teacher Training

 By: Katie Lee If I could give my 16 year-old self one piece of advice it would be to be to practice yoga and travel while living in the question. I may not have known exactly what this meant ten years ago but the seed would be planted ready to slowly grow, sprout, and eventually blossom into a much better understanding of this world even earlier than it already was. I always seemed happy and carefree on the outside but on the inside I was stressed, anxious, and put a lot...

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How Yoga and Travel Can Dispel The Five Kleshas

Posted by on Apr 29, 2016 in Yoga Philosophy

By: Katie Lee In Sutra II.3 Book Two, Sadhana Pada, of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras it is written: Avida Asmita Raga Dvesha Abhinivesha Pancha Klesha avidya = spiritual forgetting, ignorance asmita = associated with I-ness raga = attraction or drawing to, addiction dvesha = aversion or pushing away, hatred abhinivesha = resistance to loss, fear of death of identity, desire for continuity pancha = five klesha = colored, painful, afflicted, impure; the root klish means to cause...

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