Yoga“Change isn’t something which we ought to fear. It is something which we ought to welcome. For without modification, nothing in this world would grow blossom, and nobody in this planet would move forward to develop into the person they are intended to be.”
“Though yog has its roots in ancient India, its processes and intentions are somewhat universal, relying not only on cultural heritage, religion or deity, but only on the person.
Yog is now significant in the lives of several modern Westerners, occasionally as a means of enhancing fitness and health of their human body, but also as a way of spiritual and personal improvement.”
“Authentic meditation is all about being fully present with every thing that’s –such as distress and challenges. It’s not an escape from existence.”