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By Astanga2, 12. januar 2016

Yoga Forum June 25th 12-13.30

– Enlightened moments in the yoga tradition, the final presentation

 
Sunday June 25th after the mysore class Jens will talk about yoga based on the mystical moments in Krishnamacharya’s spiritual lineage and the religious tradition of the tamil Srivaisnavism with the sages who recovered ancient knowledge in trances or enlightened moments.

Tirumalai Krishnamacharya

Tirumalai Krishnamacharya

Sunday March 26th at 12-13 – Mysticism and the yoga tradition.

Nathamuni

Nathamuni

Sunday April 30th at 12-13 – Krishnamacharya’s enlightened moment and the recovery of the Secrets of Yoga, Yogarahasya.

Sunday June 25th at 12-13.30 – Enlightened moments of the first acharya Nathamuni and Nammāḻvār, the spiritual source of Srivaisnavism,  

Nammalvar

Nammalvar

Jens has recently done a research paper at the Copenhagen University regarding the tamil poet saint Nammāḻvār who is the main source of devotional service, bhakti-yoga, to Viṣṇu in the Srivaisnava tradition.

 

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Yoga Korunta – the mythical script of the Astanga yoga-asana practice.

In Yoga Korunta the famous quote by Rishi Vāmana is: “vinā vinyāsayogena āsanādīn na kārayet”, विना विन्यासयोगेन आसनादीन् न कारयेत् – most often translated to “oh yogi, don’t do asana without vinyasa” which Guruji could probably explain like: without vinyasa, asana is no use!

A more precise grammatical translation looks like: “He should not cause those beginning with asana to happen without vinyasa of yoga” – meaning that the teacher should make sure that those beginning to do asana do it with the correct vinyasa of yoga.