Gurudevi dives into the meaning of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra 2.46, sthira sukham asanam. Sthira (stillness), sukham (ease), asanam (the seated pose). Just sit and stay. Your body begins to settle, and your breath spontaneously slows down and lengthens. You’ll find the space, the pause between the movements of your breath, and you’ll fall in. Those pauses are an entry point into the deeper dimensions of your own being. Your mind settles and turns inward to explore the entire expanse of Consciousness within.
Yoga poses can improve your physical condition, as well as calming your mind and emotions. In this contemplation article Gurudevi explains why the seated pose is the “ultimate pose.” Discover the inner awakening of Kundalini that is offered by delving deeper into the Yoga of Grace, Svaroopa® yoga.
Read by Swami Sahajananda.