Be grateful for what you have As we have already mentioned, yoga aims to bring us back to a goal of well-being through detachment, letting go is learning to live, feel, take full advantage of every moment.
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Finding the right medium of contemplation Interestingly, the notion of contemplation in yogi philosophy is that it is more complex to grasp than the almost simplistic image we have of it. It is part of a halfway point where there is neither a question of passivity nor a question of intellectualization. It is, in a sense, on the side of […]
Do well without falling into perfectionism To act is a central notion of yoga, and to force oneself to “do well”, in the sense of doing the best, is concomitant with it.
The importance of good breathing Yoga makes it a point of honor to remind us of an element that is often forgotten despite its vital role: breathing. We can go several days without eating or drinking, but only a few minutes without breathing, because breathing is the natural and essential movement that gives life.
The origins of yoga: the peaceful spirit The oldest traces of yoga date back to around 3000 BC. In the 1920s, representations of figures in positions appearing to be yoga postures were found in the ruins of the city of Mohenjo-Daro, located in present-day Pakistan.