Weekly Update: Talks on Yoga by Dr. Jayadeva (25th – 30th May)

Dr. Jayadeva Yogendra

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25th May 2014 – Sunday – Ahimsa
“One simple way, even when you are getting angry, is to start smiling. The more you smile, the less the anger. Ultimately you will find out that people who are used to laughing are the ones who will help in stopping you from getting angry. This is a practical example.”

26th May 2014 – Monday – Grihasthashrama
“Celibacy is the topic. It was the topic in the old times and it is there today. We are all too touchy about this but in reality we don’t believe it. To have self control is a very natural thing when one takes to yoga, but imposing, insisting is something strange because we have that habit.”

27th May 2014 – Tuesday – Bhagavad Gita (7.1)
“The translation is- there’s a God, listen to the mind attached to God and taking refuge in him and practicing yoga, by that you will attain, without any doubt- God fully.”

29th May 2014 – Thursday – Grihasthashrama
“Everything is thrown in the Grihasthashram. The Grihasthi is supposed to awaken this life of selfless work, responsibility, running the whole show. He also has to retire at a certain age and has to complete all his jobs before that. I think It is the hardest job the society expects and he struggles, but by the time he retires he is quite tired out and quite hungry also.”

30th May 2014 – Friday – Yoga Sutra 2.53
“See in the Gita, they discuss the various colorings, the camouflage, things that hide reality. Now the contention is that the earlier section works on that- remove the barriers, remove the false ideas and put the reality face to face.”



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1 Comment
  • sejal pandya
    Posted at 18:53h, 03 June Reply

    dr.saheb had explained ahimsa simply and with practical approach…some times when we get angry on others and suppress anger we hurt our inner self which leads to increase negativity in mind…mind reduces clarity …we disturb ourselves so much that some or the other way we hurt our mind,body and people around us

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