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The Yogic practices originated in the primordial depths of India's past.From this early period the inner attitudes and disciplines which were later identified and given orderly expression by Patanjali.I often say to those around me who have never had to go this route that they are very. The concept is not original to me, it’s actually talked about in the Bhagavad Gita. You take the action that you choose to take and remind yourself that your role in the whole system stops there. It’s really hard because the second you hit “send” after typing your well-thought out message, the anxiety of will-I-or-won’t-I-hear-from-him-again sets in.Attachment to wanting to hear back from the other person causes you to be bound to the result you want, and attachment causes suffering.
From times immemorial India has made creative efforts to explore the higher dimensions of Existence and Consciousness for enrichment of human knowledge and personality.
And miscommunication happens all the time when your primary means of communication are written messages exchanged back and forth. Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty.” – Bhagavad Gita 2.47 Because online dating seems to be a necessary evil, especially if you have a busy life and all your friends are pretty much settled and their friends are also settled, leaving your options for meeting new people limited, one has to find ways to stay sane.
Without the help of facial expression, tone of voice, gestures, etc., sometimes you’re left completely clueless as to how the other person intended their message to be taken. I’ve been thinking lately about the concept of doing (as in taking action) without attachment to the results of one’s actions.
Yoga does not create this reality, which is above the mind, but only prepares the mind to apprehend it, by assisting in the transformation of the mind from an ordinary mind full of noise, like a whole army of frenzied and drunken monkeys to a still mind.
Jean Varenne author of Yoga and Indian Philosophy, observes: The only remaining testimony to the prestigious civilization of ancient Egypt lies buried in archaeological remains; which meant that the inhabitants of the Nile valley, converted to Islam thirteen centuries ago, had to wait for Champollion to decipher the hieroglyphics before they could know anything of the beliefs of their distant ancestors.