Sivananda Yoga Farm BlogKarma yoga
Karma Yoga is the path of action and suits people with active temperaments. Performing actions selflessly – without thinking of success or reward – purifies the heart and reduces the ego. Karma Yoga is the best way to prepare oneself for silent meditation. Read more in Our Teachings section on Karma Yoga.
Spiritual guidance that comes from living in a spiritual community that follows a guru lineage is essentially the teaching of life lessons.read more
For finding your dharma, yoga recommends selflessness. Whatever skills you have or whatever you desire find the way to use that to help others.read more
For understanding karma we can learn from the stories of our teachers. Swamiji here tells a few stories about karma manifesting in his life.read more
Yoga Life and Self Transformation is a film that describes an ancient path which can lead us to health and happiness. It is called Yoga.read more
Karma Yoga or Selfless service is the foundation for sadhana (spiritual practice) Question: Should Karma Yoga always take priority over pranayama and asanas? Swamiji: When I was doing my pranayama, suddenly I heard a cry. I did intense pranayama along with meditation....read more
● Karma is action and consequence of action. Action comes from past wrong thoughts or emotions. ● Thoughts repeat themselves, either right or wrong thoughts. ● Karmas repeat themselves; we call them karmic patterns. ● These wrong thoughts or selfish thoughts are like...read more
Life is a school. Just as in a school, if you do not pass the exam, you will have to repeat the class; so also, if you do not learn your karmic lessons, you have to repeat the experience again and again until you understand, class after class, until you graduate. The...read more
Enjoy these inspiring, heartfelt responses from applicants to the Yoga Farm Seva Study program: What is Karma Yoga? - I see karma yoga as a way to express gratitude to all people. - The practitioner forgets their finite self through their service for others and the...read more
Karma is your desires that you try to fulfill now in this life. Dharma is the result of your karma that is playing out now. You have to do it until it exhausts itself. Sadhana is one step further – it is creating space. You have to squeeze it in; it is what allows you...read more
Selfishness arises from us failing to realize that we gain more from giving than from taking. Our mistaken belief that we are separate from others leads us to behave selfishly. We fail to consider the deep interconnectedness and oneness of all life, and act from the...read more
Ashram as a Spiritual Haven Master Sivananda said that "one ounce of practice equals tons of theory." Swami Vishnudevanandaji not only gives us the teachings but also provides the camp ground to bring everything we learned into practice. He created the Sivananda Yoga...read more
All relationships come through your life, flow through your life, and flow out of your life. Sometimes you are doing something good for them, sometimes they have insulted you, sometimes they praise you, sometimes they need you, and sometimes they don't need you; they...read more
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