Prompted by verse 29, ch.1 of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Ryan sets out to both shed light on how one can authentically develop in their spiritual practice, as well as on
For more information, please visit: — https://kriyayogaonline.com/ — https://www.youtube.com/KriyaYogaOnline 14/02/09 – @ Asheville Yoga CenterPART 11 – Chapter 1: Verses 16-17: Yoga Sutras of Patanjali This discussion is by Ryan Kurczak during
Welcome to this introduction to one of the main texts in the Kriya Yoga tradition – the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. This is the first in a series of lectures
The feeling of separateness and isolation that prompts these questions is common among most people but tends to become amplified in those interested in meditation. This makes sense, because those interested in meditation are also interested in Yoga. Yoga is an experience of unified awareness. You practice Yoga to realize that your awareness is whole. Yet, in the beginning the pain of seeming separation can be almost unbearable.