Day 30 – our final day – features a quote from Sri Ananda Acharya about seeing the nobleness or goodness in everybody in order to foster nobleness or goodness in yourself. One must see and celebrate this trait if they want to be able to manifest it in their lives.
Day 29 is from the Laghu-Avadhuta-Upanishad and frankly we have no idea what it’s about. That’s the beauty of a quote like this. It causes us to think about the deeper meaning of yoga. In this case, manipulation of breath as a means to challenge the very constructs of the universe. Maybe…
Day 28 features a quote by B.K.S. Iyengar. It’s all about the 8th limb of Patanjali’s 8-limbed path (liberation) and how we all experience it in the small moments of the here and now. Staying present is the key to attaining this bliss.
Day 27 features Sri Aurobindo who explains that yoga whether conscious or subconscious is always with us. All life is yoga. As we expand our practice, the more we come to realize this truth.
Day 26 features Swami Jyotir Maya Nanda with a comparison of self-realization to home. A fitting comparison as accepting yourself and knowing yourself can indeed be as comfortable and joyful as coming home.
Day 25 features Swami Vivekananda with such an important reminder that meditation gives us access to more than peace and tranquility – it grants us access to a paradise that we hold within our heart.