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Episode 12 - WTF Are the Yogic Texts? - Part 1

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How many books have you read since school? Ok, now how many of them were deep, dense historical documents that require the concentration of a professional chess player? Never fear. We're here to give you the Cliff Notes. In part 1, we discuss the Rig Veda and the Upanishads.

Sources:

Clara Roberts-Oss and Carolyn Anne Budgell. Lila Vinyasa 200HR YTT Manual. 2014.

Feuerstein, Georg. The Yoga Tradition: Its History, Literature, Philosophy and Practice. Hohm Press, 2008.

Episode 5 - WTF Are the 8 Limbs of Yoga? - Part 2

Get ready! In part 2, we're hitting limbs 3-8: asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi.

Show Notes:

Representation of the 8 limbs as a circle rather than a linear path. | Feuerstein, Georg.  The Yoga Tradition: Its History, Literature, Philosophy and Practice . Hohm Press, 2008.

Representation of the 8 limbs as a circle rather than a linear path. | Feuerstein, Georg. The Yoga Tradition: Its History, Literature, Philosophy and Practice. Hohm Press, 2008.

Sources:

Clara Roberts-Oss & Caroline Anne Budgell. Lila Vinyasa 200HR YTT Manual.

Feuerstein, Georg. The Yoga Tradition: Its History, Literature, Philosophy and Practice. Hohm Press, 2008.

Yoga Journal: Pratyahara: What It Means to Withdraw

Yoga Journal: Get to Know the Eight Limbs of Yoga

Ekhart Yoga: Brahmacharya: The Right Use of Energy

Ekhart Yoga: Understanding the Niyamas: Isvara Pranidhana

Yoga International: Pratyahara: Yoga's Forgotten Limb

Episode 3 - WTF Is Yoga History? - Part 2

Next up: Classical period, Post-Classical period, and just a little smidge of the Modern era.

Show Notes:

Listen to an actual recording of Swami Vivekananda's famous speech, or click here for a PDF version.

Sources:

The Institute for the Study of Human Knowledge

Globalization of Yoga

Desikachar, T. K. V. The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice. Inner Traditions International, 1999.

Yoga.com

Episode 2 - WTF Is Yoga History? - Part 1

Buckle up. In part 1, we're diving right in to the Indus-Sarasvati civilization, the Vedic period, and the Pre-Classical period.

Sources:

The Institute for the Study of Human Knowledge

Globalization of Yoga

Desikachar, T. K. V. The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice. Inner Traditions International, 1999.

Yoga.com