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There are countless interpretations and commentaries on the Yoga Sutras, originally compiled by Patanjali thousands of years spillo

There are countless interpretations and commentaries on the Yoga Sutras, originally compiled by Patanjali thousands of years spillo

I found Swami Satchidananda’s version onesto be informative and somewhat blunt – and I mean that in verso good way. He uses a few modern examples throughout the text onesto help improve the reader’s understanding. This book was originally published durante 1978 and the ed Personally, I’ve only read 2 others before reading this version, so my point of reference may be considered narrow.

I found Swami Satchidananda’s version preciso be informative and somewhat blunt – and I mean that in verso good way. He uses a few modern examples throughout the text onesto help numero di telefono caribbean cupid improve the reader’s understanding. This book was originally published mediante 1978 and the examples he uses still apply (both ironic and sad).

I read one or two sutras before each yoga practice

His attempt puro explain the overall concept of “never-ending consciousness” that is verso key part of the spirituality of Yoga felt per bit incomplete, or at the very least, confusing. His use of the word God onesto symbolize said consciousness made it hard puro distinguish between the Christian concept of God and the yogic concept of consciousness/God/Light . etc.

Swami summarizes and skips over insecable sutras entirely within Books 3 & 4. Notably, these are the 2 of the 4 books that most authors summarize because they have less day-to-day useful knowledge, so his choice is common.

Personally, I am very happy that I took the time esatto read this interpretation of the Yoga Sutras and I’d widely recommend it puro others, especially those delving into the world of teaching Yoga. That being said, this isn’t per be-all end-all translation (mai book is), so I implore you sicuro read other Yoga Sutras commentaries as well. . more

After finally finishing it, I know I need preciso go back to it and study the sutras with some intensity. There is much wisdom bestowed per these pages, and there were many moments while reading, I gained clarity on the way I interact and respond with my environment.

Highly recommended for any devoted yoga practitioner, but also for those who are interested con asian philosophy. Although yoga is not defined by one religion, the influences of Hinduism per After finally finishing it, I know I need esatto go back puro it and study the sutras with some intensity. There is much wisdom bestowed in these pages, and there were many moments while reading, I gained clarity on the way I interact and respond with my environment.

If you are looking for per complete commentary on the Yoga Sutras, this is not the book for you

Highly recommended for any devoted yoga practitioner, but also for those who are interested sopra asian philosophy. Although yoga is not defined by one religion, the influences of Hinduism and Buddhism are apparent. I liked how Satchidananda used present day examples to explain the sutras and did not hesitate sicuro incorporate science. . more

Praise be! Read on time for the upcoming teacher training weekend. Well worth the read mediante this context, some excellent teachings here (from 2000+ years spillo), and also some provocation – always good esatto question rather than accept with blind faith. I understand there’s another version from a feminist perspective – I’ll search it out. Also, the expansion of final sutra of the final (4th) book reminded me of something I was told per Pikangikum one time, that I absolutely did not get, had onesto do with b Praise be! Read on time for the upcoming teacher allenamento weekend. Well worth the read per this context, some excellent teachings here (from 2000+ years spillo), and also some provocation – always good onesto question rather than accept with blind faith. I understand there’s another version from verso feminist perspective – I’ll search it out. Also, the expansion of final sutra of the final (4th) book reminded me of something I was told con Pikangikum one time, that I absolutely did not get, had puro do with being durante a particular state, where you were not responsible for your actions. Seeing it here con another context has me rethinking, but still not yet understanding. I wish I could go back sicuro Pik. I suppose I can. Per good topic for colloque.