Yoga speaks to the complex relationship between me (the eternal spiritual being residing within the body) and my mind. Alcohol and drugs increase the control the mind has over me and shackles me to material existence. To experience self-realization, God-realization, and to taste perfect happiness one needs to live a temperate life, a life of moderation and self-restraint. By surrendering…
Who am I ?
Why am I here ?
What is the purpose of life ?
What lies beyond this life ?
In my younger years, I was plagued by these questions. I quickly came to realize that the passage of time between one’s birth and one’s death did not actually define ‘life’. I later came to learn that by seeking answers to these questions the gradual understanding of ‘life’ became possible and this quest was truly ‘the journey of life’. On this journey, the key practices of Meditation, Kirtan and cultivating Yoga Wisdom provide the answers to these questions – and the realizations.