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International Yoga Day 2019

International Yoga Day 2019

On today's International Day Of Yoga, ChayaVeda Integrative Healing Arts is  getting to the essence and core of yoga practice, which begins with the understanding of the 4 types of Yoga that help us achieve the 4 pursuits of life.

Yoga is quite often spoken about as the union of "body, mind and spirit", with many popular modern day brands, and actually is more accurately described in the ancient teachings as union of the individual consciousness with universal consciousness, which we have interpreted as a return to wholeness, which can happen when we are integrated.

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The 4 Types of Yoga Help Us in the 4 Pursuits of Life:

1. Dharma: Right Action, duty, discipline, purpose, religion. One must be grounded in Dharma first, as it is what sustains you.

2. Artha: Prosperity, professional aptitudes, money and economics.

3. Kama: Sensual fulfillment, enjoyment, creative play, gives satisfaction to our mind and desires, but should not go against our Dharma, Artha and Kama.

4. Moksha: Liberation, freedom, true nature.

Consider using these pursuits to discern good purpose for your emotions, your responses and they will be transmuted for the free flow of energy that serves creation and integration. The mind is always in opposites, where are you in the battle of duality?

When there are questions of Kama and control, which are often obstacles to success, the clarity attained from yoga is our wake up call to be aware, which offers the way to a permanent solution.

When these 4 pursuits are acknowledged and brought into balance, we feel whole and complete.

PATANJALI, in his Yoga Sutras, describes the science of Yoga and the steps a practitioner must take to still the fluctuations of the mind in order to achieve its ultimate goal of kaivalya, or freedom.

The BAGHAVAD GITA  is a story that Yogis read in order to understand the human condition and how to live a yogic life. The story takes place on the battlefield of Dharma for the uplifting of the whole society. It teaches that no one can stay on the field without performing action, that everyone has to perform some form of action and that it is important to discern what right action is.

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FROM THE CHAYAVEDA WEBSITE: "Chaya is a gifted and radiant yoga teacher. Her depth of knowledge and decades of experience make her classes interesting, accurate and clear. Her authenticity and spontaneity give her a connection with the group that feels uplifting, safe and effective."

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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 2019!

On The International Day Of Yoga, ChayaVeda Integrative Healing Arts is getting to the essence and core of yoga practice, which begins with the understanding of the 4 types of Yoga that help us achieve the 4 pursuits of life.  READ MORE HERE. You're invited to tonight's program of Ayuerveda and Yoga at 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm. For information and registration follow this link.

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