The path of Yoga
Don’t practice thinking about the reward. Just as you can’t meditate thinking about achieving Jivamukti because it defies the meditation itself; you can’t practice postures thinking only about reaching an specific form: doing paschimottanasana with the goal of full bending your body is only going to hurt you.
Hatha Yoga is not the only path of Yoga. Neither is meditation. There is a path for each person to achieve the liberation. Yoga means union, and it can be reached through different ways:
• Karma Yoga: it is related to good deeds. Most active people prefer this, as they feel useful this way.
• Bhakti Yoga: it very devotional: chanting mantras and kirtan and praying, it doesn’t matter to which god. Sensible people like Bhakti Yoga because they can express their love this way.
• Jnana Yoga: is way of reason, of study. Intellectuals and scholars always use this route, as they usually go for paths they feel they can prove.
• Raja Yoga: is the way of meditation, of finding the liberation within your own soul. Hatha Yoga and self contemplation are usually put in this branch.
No matter which path a yogi follows, they all lead to the same end: the Liberation, The Jivamukti, The Moksha.
Mani Raman - Vedanta parte 2
Jamaican Herbalist Kukuwa Abba shows us the many exotic plants which Jamaica has, and that provide cures to a wide variety of everyday problems.
Ethnobotanist James helps us rediscover our own garden, teaching us the uses of several easy-to-grow plants to fight many of our daily problems.
Grow Your Own Medicine
Un Buda es una película que nos cuenta el camino espiritual de un joven con una vida dura, comparando el camino de este con el de su hermano, habiendo vivido las mismas experiencias. Descubre el equilibrio entre el exceso de razón y el exceso de intuición, descubre el camino de abrir la mente y el camino de no perderse en su apertura, descubre lo que es el camino hacia uno mismo y hacia el todo.