The Causes for Our Afflictions and Suffering Suffering (Dukkha) is part of the human experience. This is not new, the first noble truth of the Buddha states that there is […]
Dana (donation or generosity) is a very important yogic practice. Dana opens our hearts and loosens our attachment with our limiting ego.
An interview by Tessy Ades for the “Asociacion Mexicana de Yoga Iyengar” (with Spanish translation).
Santosha, contentment, or joy, is one of the yogic qualities to be developed and nurtured. Santosha is the second component of Niyama – the disciplinary rules of personal practice that Patanjali provides in the Yoga Sutras. To cultivate contentment and joy, we practice acknowledging the good instead of concentrating on what is missing or what has gone wrong.