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is not the same.
re is no thinker behind the thought - there is only experiencing." ~ James Traverse
Yoga practice, breathing, exercise, meditation and yoga flow practice are yoga greatest strength - because as these it is a course of action wherein
Yoga practice, breathing, exercise, meditation and yoga flow practice is yoga's greatest strength - because as these it is an experiential course of action whereby
Because yoga is much more than just a physical practice. It is the means to answer the deepest questions of life like, 'Who am I truly?', 'What is Life; what is its meaning?' 'What happens after death?' 'Is there a God - if yes, what is it?' 'What does it mean to 'Know Thyself?'' 'Is there a 'me' that is separate from others and objects that are perceived?' 'Can this understanding of yoga change the way that people behave such that suffering and violence ends?'
of it is not the same.
re is no thinker behind the thought - there is only experiencing as perceiving-sensing." ~ James Traverse
The purpose of existence is moksha, release or liberation.
When we can both see through, and, see the fog created by the min and by the senses via insight, then it is possible to experientially understand our True Self in all its pristine purity (Awareness sees through the mind - not with the mind).