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Santosha – Written by Sophie Nusselder- Unexelled happiness comes from the practise of contentment* Santosha means ‘contentment’. It is a profound state of being that is worth pursuing. Cultivating contentment is a yoga practice. If you feel down or experience life as meaningless and sad, you can change that experience. I think the most powerful way...
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So, philosophy. The subject that got our attention from the first class onward. Yoga philosophy focuses on the history of yoga and the way its set out by Patanjali ” the father of yoga”. We also discussed chakra’s and its system. All this is part of the yoga philosophy. Manjeet, our teacher, came up with...
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Did you ever start crying uncontrollably during a Yoga class?! I did. It happened to me during my first yoga class, in New York city about 10 years ago…  If I remember well,  it was almost at the end of the class. The big room was crowded, full of young dancers from the Broadway Dance...
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Uncover your impurities! This article consists of 6 chapters Introduction: uncover your impurities Avidya: ignorance Asmita: I feeling – the ego Raga: attachment to pleasure Dwesha: aversion Abhinivesah: fear of death + conclusion Today you can read part 6: Abhinivesah: Fear of Death We cling because we fear loss…. Let me introduce you to the...
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Uncover your impurities This article consists of 6 chapters Introduction: uncover your impurities Avidya: ignorance Asmita: I feeling – the ego Raga: attachment to pleasure Dwesha: aversion Abhinivesah: fear of death + conclusion Today you can read part 4: Raga: Attachment to pleasure YS 2.7 Raga is the liking accompanying pleasure In his book, ‘Four...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder for Parimukti In this article I’ll introduce you to the transactional analysis. How do I apply this theory in life and how can a yogateacher apply this theory? Also you can read an interview with Angelica Macky; one of our teachers at Parimukti. What is the art of teaching according to...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder for Parimukti In this article I’ll introduce you to the transactional analysis. How do I apply this theory in life and how can a yogateacher apply this theory? Also you can read an interview with Angelica Macky; one of our teachers at Parimukti. What is the art of teaching according to...
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This article consists of 4 parts. This is part 2. Written by Sophie Nusselder Building a relationship with the self Building a relationship with the self. Manjeet Manthur; one of the teachers of Parimukti is exploring this in meditations done by 2 persons. Marina Abramović and Ulay Marina Abramovic and Ulay Marina Abramović (Belgrado –...
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This is part one of a two-part series on Intuition. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti   Part 2: The initiate takes the plunge Have you been in a yoga class where the instructor has said, “be your own teacher?” They’re telling us to find and be guided by our own inner wisdom. Not to mimic...
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This is part one of a two-part series on Intuition. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti Part 1: Addicted to wanting to know When learning a trade, a language, or perhaps when we’re next in line to carry the torch of a lineage such as yoga, or other spiritual tradition, it makes sense to have a...
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