Swami Vivekananda

“No one is ever really taught by another; each of us has to teach himself. The external teacher, offers only the suggestion, which arouses the internal teacher, who helps us to understand things”. Swami Vivekananda

Swami Chetanananda2

“Yearning is a part of the beginning of anybody’s practice. You have to yearn to grow. You can’t want it one day, but not the next, and expect to make any real progress. You have to begin with some steady, inner hunger”. Swami...

Swami Chetanananda

“Pain is your best friend. It is infinitely more honest with you than pleasure. Despite what you might think, the painful experiences you have had benefit you far more than the pleasurable ones, even though most of us spend our lives trying to duck and hide from...

Patanjali

“To be in harmony with mind, word and action, to conduct speech and mind according to truth, to express through speech and to retain in the intellect what has been seen, understood or heard. A perfectly truthful person is he who expresses in his speech exactly...

John Stirk

“Yoga has become much softer than it used to be. Softer, quieter, deeper but not collapsing” John Stirk

Sandra Sabatini2

“Only from the freedom of the total pressure of TIME can you really discover something” Sandra Sabatini