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Unravel The Thread: Living the Yoga Sutra today

A beginner's complete guide to living the Yoga Sutra today

Can the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali be applied today? Sutra means thread. Yoga Sutra is the thread of yoga. Most interpretations of the Yoga Sutra are complex and hard to understand. After investing more than 12 years studying, chanting and teaching the Yoga Sutras, Ruben Vasquez guides you on a journey exploring the wisdom of the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. This ancient wisdom is relevant and applicable for yoga students and teachers today. Besides clear explanations and examples, each episode offers useful questions to reconnect to your natural clarity and harmony. Unravel the Thread is an invitation to be joyfully present in your life.

May 31, 2021

Keep honing the ability to direct your attention internally to feel and witness the richness of your inner universe. It is important not to confuse practice with the resulting experience.

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May 24, 2021

What is important enough to deserve your attention? Have you noticed how focusing mostly on temporary experiences and goals often results in riding an emotional rollercoaster from success to defeat, from dissatisfaction to feeling accomplished?

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May 17, 2021

Definitions of yoga include: supernatural means, charm, enchantment, and magical art; and the definition of a yoga practitioner, a yogi or a yogini, includes a magician, a conjurer, and someone who possesses superhuman powers.
Is it possible that the practice of yoga confers extraordinary powers?

May 10, 2021

Yogic action [2.1-2.2]
Afflictions [2.3-2.11]
Effects [2.12-2.14]
Suffering [2.15-2.17]
Awareness and experiences [2.18-2.22]
Discernment [2.23-2.27]
The limbs of yoga [2.28-2.55]

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May 3, 2021

Yoga Sutra 2.55 Senses under control

Putting your senses at the service of the highest goal.

Is your awareness at the service of your senses or are your senses at the services of your awareness?
Can you articulate your senses to support your single pointed focus? Are your senses helping you participate consciously in...