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19 Jan 2021 - Aimée Kuntz

1400+ yoga quotes - PART 7

We all need inspiration or motivation from time to time. Also for something that helps us as well as yoga. I have collected more than 1400 inspiring yoga quotes for you. 

 

Examples of how to use these yoga quotes:

  • Use your intuition to choose a yoga quote and be inspired by this quote throughout the day.
  • Reflect on one of the yoga quotes by journaling about it. So that you can use them to go more inward and explore your yoga path with more true dept.
  • Use a yoga quote as your intention at the beginning of your meditation.

 

What is your favorite yoga quote? Please let me know in a comment (at the bottom of the page)? I would really appreciate it!

 

I have found so many beautiful yoga quotes for you that they didn't fit in one blog post. Here you will find the rest :

 

  1. “When it matters the most… Don’t plead the 5th. When you’ve been testifying all day! Speak up!” ~ Qwana M. Reynolds-Frasier

 

  1. “Jesus wisely counseled his followers to search for the kingdom of heaven within themselves; but to go within, one needs a door, a key, and the courage to turn the knob. Spiritual practice gives you all three.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Meditation alone cannot heal the world, but it can and does speed up the healing process.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The moment you want someone else’s life is the moment you spiritually kill yourself.” ~ Qwana M. Reynolds-Frasier

 

  1. “To the unaware person, karma is the prison in which the mind is held hostage. Because of karma, an unaware person is doomed to repeat the past in perpetuity as the seeds planted yesterday bear bitter fruit tomorrow. But to the mindful person, karma offers the promise of freedom. Mindfulness allows us to change our mind in the present, planting new seeds that will bear sweet fruit.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “A Kula or spiritual community is like a nudist camp for the soul. Not only are we given the permission to remove our robes of guilt, our suits of shame, and our masks of false identity—we are encouraged to do so. To become naked and hold nothing back is to become truly beautiful.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “On a physical level, water is often called the universal solvent because of its ability to dissolve almost anything at the molecular level. On a spiritual level it is the breath which acts as a universal solvent, because there is no trauma so great, no wound so deep, no delusion so convincing, that deep and mindful breathing will not dissolve it.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “True spiritual virtues can have no opposite, but they can wear masks and costumes. Joy often masquerades as anger; innocence often dresses up as guilt; love pretends to be fear. At the end of the day, we discover that we don’t need to be fearful of these internal monsters—we simply need to unmask them.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Forcing Your body into a yoga pose is like brushing your teeth with a wire brush. You may get rid of the plaque but gingivitis will be the least of your concerns.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Yoga is the best tool for international peace, health, harmony and human dignity.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “It is easy to make the mistake of thinking yoga is about touching your toes when in fact yoga is about learning to touch others. Likewise, many people think the purpose of meditation is a perfectly still mind, when in fact, it is a more compassionate heart. Spiritual practice is measured by one’s ability to ease the suffering of the world one breath at a time.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Non-attachment doesn’t mean you forgot possessions, pleasure, or comfort. It simply means you are at peace when those things fail to show up in your life. It means that while you can enjoy moments of ease, you are equally at peace when pain, hardship, and struggle define a given moment.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Although you could open a can of soup with a hammer, a stone, or even your teeth if you didn’t mind making a mess or chipping a tooth, a much wiser approach would be to use a can opener. The breath is like a can opener for the soul. Can you explore the depths of your being without conscious breathing? Sure. The more relevant question is, why would you want to?” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “People slip spontaneously into moments of concentration all the time—while reading a book, exercising, playing chess, or creating art. A yogi seeks to experience that same level of concentration intentionally in a practice known as dharana—the act of purposefully narrowing the mind’s focus on the breath, the sensations of the body, a mantra, or a prayer bead. This consistent and purposeful focusing of the mind while on the yoga mat or meditation cushion gives the yogi the same level of focus in life, allowing for wild creativity and unfathomable productivity.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Instead of asking, “How can I ease my suffering?” yoga would have us ask, “How can I better serve my brothers and sisters?” Because only in answering the latter can we hope to answer the former.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “What I can tell you is that yoga is about removing the muck by shining the light of awareness on it. That is why yoga is so hard. None of us wants to look at the muck, but looking at it is the only way to dissolve it.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Standing at the end of a diving board looking at the water never made the water warmer, but it will make taking the plunge unnecessarily hard.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “What is it to succeed in yoga? Success in yoga means finding the smile buried deep beneath the pain and discomfort of any moment. Success in yoga is knowing that others were able to find a smile beneath their pain and discomfort because you were near. Success in yoga is speaking to yourself and others with compassion and kindness, even when you want to wield your words as weapons. Success in yoga is to listen more than you speak. Success in yoga is when mindfulness celebrates the joyful moments and becomes a refuge for the painful ones. Success in yoga is to be grateful even for your pain, suffering, and challenges. Success in yoga is willingly taking the time to put the needs of another ahead of your own. Success in yoga is feeling fear rattle your bones and then doing it anyway. Success in yoga is not only finding your purpose in life, but also finding the courage and passion to live that purpose. Success in yoga is remembering that it was never about the number of times you fell but rather the number of times you got back up.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Once we understand cause and effect, we can stop complaining about the effects of our choices. We can start making more mindful decisions about the thoughts we entertain, the actions we perform, the people with whom we associate, and the quality of life we want to live.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “In most forms of exercise one’s breath follows the movement—the faster and harder you work, the faster and harder you will breathe. In yoga, the exact opposite is true. Rather than changing the breath to match one’s movement, the movement is changed to follow the breath. In doing so, a yogi gains immediate and unconditional access to the deepest levels of consciousness, because just as breath and movement are connected, so too is the breath bound tightly to the mind.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The mind is the only level at which any lasting change can occur—it is the soil in which we plant our hopes and fears, habits, and patterns. What we plant in the mind will grow and bear fruit. Just as it would be pointless to complain about a carrot seed failing to produce a tomato, it is equally pointless to look at the garden of your life and complain about what you see growing there. We have to be willing to plant different seeds.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The great paradox of life is that to fully live, we must let a piece of ourselves die.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Guilt is like tarnish on a piece of silver. It effectively obscures beauty and radiance, but can never lessen its true value. Just as the true beauty and value of silver is revealed with a little bit of polish, your true worth will shine with regular spiritual practice.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Most people spend years trying to feng shui their lives—to decorate and reorganize life in such a way that order and peace will finally arrive. One can decorate and redecorate for years, but a fresh coat of paint is not going to patch the cracks in your foundation—the only way to do this is through the practice of non-attachment.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The truth about yourself is so near, so close, that it is very difficult to perceive. Just as it is difficult to style your hair, apply makeup, or shave without a mirror, we require a mirror of sorts to spiritually groom ourselves. For most, that mirror is relationships with others. People who wear masks of untrustworthiness, dishonesty, selfishness, and greed see those qualities reflected back from everyone they meet—even the most noble souls who cross their paths. But people who have put their masks aside are able to experience compassion, love, and wholeness in others, even in their adversaries—even in those who are still mired in a tangled web of fear, insecurity, and abrasiveness.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Yoga and meditation help us to achieve physical health, emotional balance, more connected relationships, and a more satisfying life. But to measure spiritual practice by these benefits is to miss the point entirely. The true measure of our practice is how we respond to life when we fall short of these things—when the body falls ill or the heart breaks.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Evolution is messy. […] Yoga, meditation, and other mystical practices are the spiritual counterpoint to western science. One unlocks the mind, the other opens the heart; and together they reveal humanity’s true potential.” ~ Darren Main

 

  1. “We live in a world that asks us to do rather than be; to achieve rather than shine; to form relationships that fulfill needs rather than celebrating wholeness. When we stop that cycle by practicing mindfulness, the axis on which the world spins shifts entirely, and nothing you knew before will be of any value.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Whether slowly or in an instant, yoga empties us. What remains is a silence that surpasses understanding,is beyond words, and gives us the eyes to witness the suffering of the world, the ears to hear the world calling out for compassion, and the heart to answer that call.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The narrow edge between comfort and discomfort is to a yogi what a grain of sand is to an oyster.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Many look at the blessings in their lives—money, talent, love, abundance, and so on—and say, “I must be one of the chosen ones.”But the blessings in your life were not bestowed upon you to help you live a life of ease, but rather a life of service. You were chosen—chosen to serve.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “A teacher’s job is to see students’ potential before they can see it themselves; teachers need to have the faith and foresight to know they can actualize that potential and the wisdom to help students chart their course.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Within your ego mind there is a prison cell. Its bars are made of resentment and the door is hung on the hinges of disappointment and unfulfilled expectations. It is a cell, or so you imagine, for those you have not yet forgiven. This prison cell only lacks one thing—a lock for the door. And so you must hold the door shut by force of will —expending tremendous energy to hold the door shut— energy that would otherwise be used to cultivate joy, creativity, and passion.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Many believe bliss and gratification to be synonyms, when in fact they are antonyms. Bliss is the nature of your most true Self and it is with you anytime you become still enough to listen. Gratification is what you seek to fill the imagined emptiness, and is generated by a false sense of self.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Attachment is the act of trying to control, manipulate, or sculpt the outside world in such a way that we lose sight of our true nature. Nonjudgmental observation allows a yogi to experience the external world as a mirror reflecting back one’s true nature.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “As a child, my father was a god to me —at times I loved him, at times I feared him, but I always wanted to be like him. As an adolescent, I resented my father for the sin of being human— for not being the god of my childhood. Then, as a young man, I felt sorry for my father because, in my arrogance, I believed he knew nothing and I knew everything. It was not until I held my own son for the first time that I truly understood my father. Now I can appreciate the man he is and the man he helped me to become.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Self-care is how you take your power back.” ~ Lalah Delia

 

  1. “Close your eyes. Meditate on your love. This is God.” ~ Kamand Kojouri

 

  1. “Our body is a sacred temple. A place to connect with people. As we aren't staying any younger. We might as well keep it stronger.” ~ Ana Claudia Antunes

 

  1. “The heart of a yogi should always bear good-will and thoughts that benefit others.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Yoga is establishing a harmonious connection to your inner world with outer world.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “The more you treat your body and the cells as intelligent being, the more you will be sharp, quick, competent, and fulfilled.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Life is a living flute, yoga is the art of creating melody and rhythm in it.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “...it's most important to accept that your yoga poses may not look like everyone else's. That's okay. Just adapt the poses to your current state of being.” ~ Jessamyn Stanley, Every Body Yoga: Let Go of Fear. Get On the Mat. Love Your Body

 

  1. “Yoga is an exact science in the form of poetry when we measure the flow of neurotransmitters in the brain.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Gratitude is both a vaccine and an antidote for grief. Grief may be an inevitable fact of life, but gratitude has the power to transform the experience of grief from agonizing suffering to profound joy.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Keep it small. Keep it simple. Give it time. An exercise program such as yoga is a slow process. It is slow by design. But, in order to secure the gains and add to them, you have to keep it up. And guess what, the more you do it, the more your desire to do it grows. It is the same with building core spiritual muscles. You may have a period of intense growth — perhaps some adversity that drives you to your knees and calls forth the blessings of heaven. But to secure those gains, we must continue to invite the Holy Ghost into our lives —  daily.” ~ Virginia H. Pearce

 

  1. “So long as the soul of man is encased in one, two, or three body-containers, sealed tightly with the corks of ignorance and desires, he cannot merge with the sea of Spirit.” ~ Sri Yukteswar Swami

 

  1. “Despite an ever increasing diversity when it comes to yoga brands, there are only four major paths in yoga and they have the same end goal; enlightenment. The end goal can be likened to the top of a pyramid. Even though people may start climbing the pyramid from different sides, at the end they will reach the same goal and thusly achieve unity.” ~ Gudjon Bergmann

 

  1. “Silence—true silence is universal. It is the profound stillness at the center of everything, at the center of every relationship—at the center of yourself. While it is always there, it can only be experienced beyond the veil of judgment, expectation, and attachment. From time to time, a person can spontaneously enter into a perfect moment of silence when dancing, watching a sunset, holding an infant, or making love; but for most,true silence remains elusive at best. Yet through various forms of meditation and prayer this veil can be lifted, allowing that inner silence to wash through you, leaving in its wake a cleansed mind and a compassionate heart.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Mindfulness is the bedrock of all spiritual practice. With mindfulness, the simple becomes profound, and the common becomes extraordinary. Without mindfulness, even gold and silver will quickly lose their luster.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “All great myths and stories follow a similar pattern. The hero gets distracted and questions his power. He struggles and flounders until he is able to face his perceived weakness. Ironically, it is the struggle that makes him stronger and enables him to meet his destiny. Without the struggle, without missing the mark, without getting lost in the mire of the journey, growth would not be possible. We tend to think of life’s struggles as the cause of our suffering, when in fact, struggle reveals our true power and unlocks our latent potential.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “You can't stop the waves but you can learn to surf.” ~ Swami Satchitananda

 

  1. “Meditation is the alchemist of the soul. It transforms disappointment into acceptance; betrayal into forgiveness; scarcity into abundance; loneliness into self acceptance; fear into love; despair into hope; anxiety into peace; and apathy into compassion.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Sculpting the future and healing the past can only happen through mindful action in the present moment.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “So many people confuse attachment with love. Attachment to someone implies control; loving someone assumes unconditional acceptance. Attachment leads to grief and loneliness when the person is no longer near —or even sometimes when he or she is in the very same room. Love is the realization that there is no distance between you and the other— whether they are across the room, around the world, or beyond the veil of death.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “True power—not to be confused with worldly power—is found at that beautiful and sacred spot where will and surrender merge into an unstoppable force.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The law of karma is like the wind—blowing on all. Whether you are good or evil, bright or dim, kind or unkind, there is no escaping the effects of your thoughts and the actions that arise from those thoughts. In fact, the only difference between the wise and the ignorant is that an illuminated mind erects windmills while the ignorant mind builds weather vanes.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “Why do we call yoga a practice? The yoga poses of life—the grief, the fear, the uncertainty—rarely offer us the option of coming to child pose or modifying the posture. The yoga mat offers us a safe and controlled environment in which we can witness our challenges, embrace our discomfort, and hold space for our struggles. A yoga practice doesn’t prevent the storms of life, but it does teach us to weather those storms more gracefully.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “The windmill doesn’t try to control the wind or demand that it blow in another direction. It simply surrenders to the wind, and in so doing becomes a source of immense power. The water wheel doesn’t attempt to change the course of the river; it simply surrenders to the flow and allows the power of the river to be expressed through it. Most see surrender as a form of weakness, when in reality, surrender is the source of all true power.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “When infused with compassion, even the most useless snake oils have the power to heal broken hearts and shattered souls.” ~ Darren Main, The River of Wisdom: Reflections on Yoga, Meditation, and Mindful Living

 

  1. “I honor you for every time this year you: 

got back up

vibrated higher

shined your light

and loved and elevated

beyond

—the call of duty.” 

~ Lalah Delia

 

  1. “Poor breathing is to low energy as bad air filter is to low car performance.” ~ Sukhraj S. Dhillon, The Power of Breathing

 

  1. “When we are aware about our body’s sensations, we can release physical pain, tensions or stress through slow movements.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Misery, like yoga, is not a competitive sport” ~ Matt Haig, Reasons to Stay Alive

 

  1. “I closed my eyes and turned my face into the cold wind. When I felt it swept along my skin there was no past. No future. Just now.” ~ Nina Hrusa

 

  1. “Enlightenment comes when you understand the language of heart - the language of tree, birds and the nature.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “The Yogic system does not talk about God. It does not talk about the soul or heaven. Such talk invariably makes people hallucinatory. Yoga talks only about the barriers that you have set up, because this resistance is all that needs to be attended to. The creator is not looking for your attention. The ropes that bind you and the walls that block you- these are one hundred percent of your making. And these are all you need to unknot and dismantle. You have no work with existence. You only have work with the existence that you created.” ~ Sadhguru, Inner Engineering: A Yogi's Guide to Joy (Dutch: Inner engineering: Yoga als pad naar geluk)

 

  1. “Magic is not something supernatural, but part of the field dynamics of nature.” ~ John Myrdhin Reynolds

 

  1. “Yoga exercises are the best connecting tools for unity, human dignity, health, equality, global peace and compassion.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “It takes a lot of courage to be happy.” ~ Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, First Breath, Last Breath: Practices to Quiet the Mind and Open the Heart

 

  1. “Yes, I see you. I recognize that you’re a thinking, feeling person, and I’m here to listen.” That’s the essence and magic of meditation—the gift of telling yourself that you matter and that you’re worth time and attention. No pomp. No circumstance. No rules. Just showing up for yourself with compassion and without judgment. When this is your practice, meditation can serve as a mirror and the lighthouse that leads you home.” ~ Rebekah Borucki, You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life: Simple 4-Minute Meditations for Inspiration, Transformation, and True Bliss

 

  1. “I’m often told that money and spirituality are different things from people that don’t have time to read spiritual books because they have to work for money.” ~ Robin Sacredfire

 

  1. “When your steps are destined... you can trust that your journey has a variety of processes. These processes will be disguised with a perfect strife; however, the struggle is pivotal in breeding greatness..." (T.luard)” ~ Tiffany Luard

 

  1. “In our dreams we find the dreams of others and in other’s dreams we find ourselves. No will is separated from others and no dream is in itself isolated from the will of God.” ~ Robin Sacredfire

 

  1. “The more you listen to your breath, the more you can hear the voice of your soul.” ~ Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, First Breath, Last Breath: Practices to Quiet the Mind and Open the Heart

 

  1. “Breath with awareness is prana. Breath without awareness is just air.” ~ Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, First Breath, Last Breath: Practices to Quiet the Mind and Open the Heart

 

  1. “Create peace within yourself so that you can spread the fragrance of peace all around the world.” ~ Debasish Mridha

 

  1. “What wonder will I accomplish today? And how will it tie in to tomorrow and tomorrow, so that I may live as the hero I want to be? And today how will I seek and find the opportunity that scares me? An opportunity that has me harness some elements within that I may cross over the bridge into the other side of my existence; the one that’s begging to be unsettled, that greets the morning before the sun with a ferocious will to rise up, to inspire, to create laughter and tears from the uncovering of the magical self and the relief that I have given in to the excitingly scary, omega point pull to evolve.” ~ Sebastian Siegel

 

  1. “What does spirituality, money and happiness have in common? Everything.” ~ Robin Sacredfire

 

  1. “Planting a tree is the easiest way to align yourself with the cosmic rhythm.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Vibrate higher daily.” ~ Lalah Delia

 

  1. “Peace is the foundation of yoga. Karma yoga is the effort for bringing peace and happiness in the world.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Yes, silence is painful, but if you endure it, you will hear the cadence of the entire universe.” ~ Kamand Kojouri

 

  1. “Bhramari Om Chanting or Humming Om chanting sends positive messages to the brain and the cells in our body and can actually reprogram our health and behavior.” ~ Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

 

  1. “Carve out and claim the time to care for yourself and kindle your own fire.” ~ Amy Ippoliti, The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga: The Yoga Professional's Guide to a Fulfilling Career

 

  1. “Drinking tea is as sacred as doing yoga. Sleeping silently, relaxed, is as sacred as prayer. Looking at a tree, talking to a friend, walking early in the morning, working in the factory or in the office, is as holy as anything else. This is the understanding that is needed for Tao to happen.” ~ Osho, The Secret of Secrets

 

  1. “I want to remember to notice the wonders of each day, in each moment, no matter where I am under any circumstance.” ~ Charlotte Eriksson

 

  1. “All kidding aside, if everyone did yoga, we would have world peace.” ~ Rory Freedman, Skinny Bitch: A No-Nonsense, Tough-Love Guide for Savvy Girls Who Want to Stop Eating Crap and Start Looking Fabulous

 

  1. “Yoga is a method to come to a non-dreaming mind. Yoga is the science to be in the here and now.” ~ Osho, Yoga: The Science of the Soul

 

  1. “Why are we afraid of the silence that ensues after our death? Wasn’t it the same silence we endured before birth? Isn’t it the same silence we revel in when we are completely immersed in the present moment? Let us not be afraid.” ~ Kamand Kojouri

 

  1. “Vibration is the core of the spirit. It is the breath of life.” ~ Suzy Kassem

 

  1. “Sanskrit is a beautiful contextual language. It is called “Dev Bhasha” the language of the soul. Here, meanings of the words must come from the heart, from direct experience – dictionary meanings or static meanings have not much value. Meanings of the words vary depending on mind-set, time, location and culture. The words are made to expand the possibilities of the mind.” ~ Amit Ray

 

  1. “Overall, always strive to be genuine — about who you are, what you offer, and why you do what you do.” ~ Amy Ippoliti, The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga: The Yoga Professional's Guide to a Fulfilling Career

 

  1. “Watch how your enthusiasm can light up another’s fire. This is how we wake up the world.” ~ Amy Ippoliti, The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga: The Yoga Professional's Guide to a Fulfilling Career

 

  1. “The perfection of yoga, therefore, does not terminate in voidness or impersonalism; on the contrary, the perfection of yoga is attained when one actually sees the Personality of Godhead in His eternal form.” ~ A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

 

  1. “Feel the fear and do it anyway.” ~ Amy Ippoliti, The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga: The Yoga Professional's Guide to a Fulfilling Career

 

  1. “Through the experience of meditation itself, the meditator becomes conscious that the practice of meditation is an end in itself rather than a means towards an end.” ~ David Fontana, The Meditation Handbook: The Practical Guide to Eastern and Western Meditation Techniques

 

  1. “Ten minutes of deep relaxation five times a day would change anyone's life, whether or not he or she suffered from colitis.” ~ Brian Leaf, Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi: My Humble Quest to Heal My Colitis, Calm My ADD, and Find the Key to Happiness

 

  1. “Do you know what is God? – Life power undergoing various changes in the process of yoga as depicted, gets up in the Cerebrum – This is God.” ~  Sri Jibankrishna or Diamond

 

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