On the surface, yoga appears to be a bunch of stretches that help you relax or focus. Sure, practicing does involve and can result in these things; but there is much more to this ancient philosophy. After all, the fundamental tenets of yoga follows Vedic wisdom scripted more than 5,000 years ago.
Over time, of course, the fundamental truths have expanded and evolved in order to better accommodate our quickly changing modern society. As such, here are Seven Spiritual Laws of [modern] yoga that you might learn while studying the practice in at Euro-spa retraite de yoga in today’s world.
The LAW of PURE POTENTIALITY
Basically, all nature is pure consciousness. As such, one fundamental principle of yoga is to help you realize that our infinite field of consciousness gives us equally infinite creativity and potential.
The LAW of GIVING and RECEIVING
Yoga helps us to understand that life is a pattern of ebb and flow; of inhale and exhale, of movement and stillness. The universe is constantly changing and so must we also be open to giving and receiving in order to truly appreciate abundance, love, success, wealth, health, and any other benefit we can know in this conscious life.
The LAW of KARMA
Basically, every action has a consequence. More importantly, though, when we encourage positive results for others, that is an investment into our own future growth.
The LAW of LEAST EFFORT
We find that work is easiest when we do it out of love. There is no greater motivation than love so if you want your life to feel effortless, yoga can help you to learn how more readily love and appreciate people, places, opportunities, and even hardships.
The LAW of INTENTION and DESIRE
Fulfillment begins with intention and desire. If you want to be fulfilled—professionally, socially, romantically, financially, etc—then you must quiet your mind and your life to focus on your intentions and desires so they can manifest through other aspects of your life (developing habits, for example, that could benefit you later).
The LAW of DETACHMENT
Spiritually, your destiny unfolds according to a perfect plan. In our immediate consciousness, however, it may not appear that way. This law helps you to learn how to trust in the process and release control so you can, again, focus on intention and action.
The LAW of DHARMA
Everyone has a purpose, a Dharma. Yoga can help you learn to love your skills, talents, and abilities so that you can better use them to accomplish your unique purpose.