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Arjuna Yoga

 

AYogaBeast

Recovery Yoga Guide

Marietta, GA USA

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About Arjuna Yoga

The Bhagavad Gita, the story of the mythical character Arjuna, represents the inner struggle of every person; MAN and WOMAN! In his conversation with The Lord Krishna, Arjuna eyes are opened to suffering and the practices available to reduce suffering.

 

Everyone experiences difficulties at some time or another.  Suffering looks like the inner struggles with our body, addiction, family, work, the environment, past harms and the world around us. Yoga transforms these challenges with tools and techniques accessible to EVERYONE.  As a matter of fact, if you practice the Twelve Steps iin any form, you are practicing one of the many aspects of yoga.  You don't have to become a yoga guru to benefit from a yoga practice. 

 

I am a seeker.  When I look into the mirror, I know my purpose.  How do I realize this purpose?  I constantly ask my Higher Power what is my purpose, I listen for the answer and then I seek to share my experiences with the hope they may inspire you to seek your own path.  By engaging in lifes challenges with intention and awareness, reflecting and loving away the shame and guilt prevalent in the life of an individual in recovery, utilizing the 12 Steps, a new life and way of being is truely possible.  Take this journey with me...discover and actualize your deepest driving desire.

You are your deepest driving desire.

As is your desire, so is your will.

As is you will, so is your deed.

As is your deed, so is your destiny.

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad IV.4.5

 
 

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