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Forum Posts: 10

November 30, 2005 - 9:13 am

Dear Teroka,

As luck would have it, I am lurking around the forum today. Bhakti Yoga is a wonderful style, but quite rare in North America, Australia, and Europe. In case you have not seen it, the Yoga Sutras course has its own page.

//www.yoga-teacher-training.org/yo ... course.htm

However, the Yoga Sutras were not written for any specific style of Yoga. Any form of division, within Yoga or life, was certainly not Maharishi Patanjali's intention. As time has passed, humans tend to separate Yoga and life into sections. Yoga (unity) was never intended to be sub-divided.

Your students would benefit from the spiritual insights of this course, which are universal to all religions.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Om Shanti,


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