The topic for the English Satsang on Sunday, 23rd February, 2014 was 'Yoga and Interpersonal Relationships'Following is the transcript of the Q & A between the audience and Dr. Jayadeva and Smt. Hansaji J. Yogendra.
Smt. Hansaji and Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Listen to the audio:Check this out on ChirbitQ. I have misbehaved with my near and dear ones. How do I correct my mistakes? Dr. J: Better than saying sorry would be, the next time, when you have to act, act in an understanding way, a kind way. Smt. H: If it is clear that you have done wrong, it is necessary to say sorry and admit your mistake and be humble. But that is not enough. Just sit quietly and think as to why this happened to you? Were you overworked, or expecting more, or not sleeping well or not eating right? There could be many reasons for a lack of tolerance. A person can tolerate anything but tolerance becomes poor and reaction starts because somewhere our state is bad. So saying sorry is very right, that is the beginning because that keeps the door open for all. But doing some research and seeing that you don't make the mistake again, that's where yoga comes into the picture.Q. What do we mean by the term inter-personal relationship?

The topic for the English Satsang on Sunday, 23rd February, 2014 was 'Yoga and Interpersonal Relationships.'Following is the transcript of the speech made by Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra on the topic.
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Listen to the Audio: Check this out on Chirbit"We are not able to take people as they are. We get upset. We want the world to move according to our wishes. The world doesn't move like that. There's lot of learning in all the situations that occur in life. But we should be good learners. Just as in the incident that was mentioned (in the Satsang skits), the learning was there and the person took up the learning and they are happy. So the basic thing is our attitude in life. This little life that we have been given is very meaningful. It's ultimately for our good. Whatever comes, let us accept and enjoy. If only this approach is maintained, most of the problems that we are unhappy with will turn out to be pleasant. Try and see."

The topic for the English Satsang on Sunday, 23rd February, 2014 was 'Yoga and Interpersonal Relationships.'Following is the transcript of the speech made by Smt. Hansaji Yogendra on the topic.
Hansaji Jayadeva Yogendra
Hansaji Jayadeva Yogendra
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"Everything has been very nicely explained in the presentation today. The point to remember is that each of us is unique and no other person is like us. What you may be able to think may not be possible for someone else. And God is great, he has designed that opposites come together, that varieties come together… it is a test to learn to live with it.The formula is very clear…1. Accept everyone as they are.

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

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