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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.

Nov 28, 2022

Yoga Sutra 4.26 Gravitating toward liberation

Freedom from the sense of identity

Are there any attachments holding you back? What ideas limit your perspective? What notions limit your actions? Is there still some reactivity?
Would it be possible to feel at one with all of existence?

This is an...

Nov 21, 2022

Yoga Sutra 4.25 The individual self dissolves

Realizing the distinction between pure awareness and experiences

With no wants, no needs and no agendas, the yogi experiences directly the difference between the world of experience and pure awareness. Returning to the natural state of pure awareness.
What are the remaining...

Nov 14, 2022

Yoga Sutra 4.24 Individual awareness reflects Consciousness without distortion.

Individual awareness becomes an open conduit between universal awareness and the world of experience. 

Yoga practice decreases the tendencies to misidentify with all external and internal temporary phenomena. Yoga unravels the fabric of the...

Nov 7, 2022

The natural state of individual awareness

This is the state of harmonious integration between individual awareness and the world of experience. Your investment in your opinions creates an obstacle to opening your heart and mind. Are you neutral and inclusive or partial and limiting?  
Which of these two attitudes is...