The topic for the English Satsang on Sunday, 24th August, 2014 was 'Saucha (Purity/Cleanliness).'

Following is the transcript of the Q & A between the audience and Smt. Hansaji J. Yogendra.

Smt. Hansaji and Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra
Listen to the audio: Check this out on Chirbit Q. We are taught that we should either talk positive and good or keep quiet. But if we are keeping quiet, others take advantage of us. They make us do all the work because we don't say 'No' and they pass on their part of the work also on us. What should we do? Dr. J: Just observe the work and forget the rest. Don't think. Smt. H: Who says don't say 'No'? You can always say 'No'. And always take the responsibility with a question mark. Like I remember Dr. Jayadeva's grandfather, Founder's father. He was a school teacher and he was alone. His wife was no more. He used to go to the market to buy things. So on the way some neighbours would say, 'Kaka, you are going to market, get some lemons and coriander for us." And he would say, "If possible, I will bring." If suppose he has lots of luggage, he will not bring it. So this is how we can carry on; "If possible, I will do it." And if we can't at all, just say, "I wont be able to." Be clear, be truthful. And as far as his case was concerned, majority of the time, it was possible for him to bring it. The point is, learn to say 'No' and if you are doing it, do only how much you can in an allotted time. Don't extend the time of your work. Then it is okay, work. Nothing is wrong. Q. How to overcome gas problem the yoga way?

- An interview with a Leading Ophthalmic Surgeon It was a wet and chilly day. A middle aged man with a pleasant appearance came to the doorstep of Institute wiping his glasses and soaking to the skin. "Can we help you?" asked the attendant at the desk. A mild smile, and then, "I was called today. I am Dr. Dave", said the visitor. The person at the desk courteously led him to Shri Yogendraji, The Founder of The Yoga institute. The bond seemed to be instantaneous of two simple great men. After exchanging a few pleasantries an informal discussion ensued. Shri Yogendraji in his vibrant tone said, "I came across a book by Bates, Sight without Glasses and I became intrigued that people did not know about the yogic way for restoring eyesight. So I wrote down in my Yoga Personal Hygiene book how to look after the eyes and other organs of the body by ancient methods. People were amazed to see in our country and in other lands that there was so much that the Yogi knew about internal cleansing and they were able to look after their bodies perfectly well. The doctor said he was not very much acquainted with yogic methods of eye care. We had requested the doctor to clarify a few points which were claimed in Yoga.