The unique effects of asana, from a non-Ashtanga perspective

This one’s long, and I’ve only had a chance to listen to bits and pieces, but what I’ve heard is pretty interesting.

Much as I wrote about Monday’s Mysore video, this video has threads that are familiar — parts of the sutras shared across different yoga/asana traditions and practices.

More on Swami Rajarshi Muni is here:

Having received Yoga Diksha and having been explained the profound mysteries of Divine Yoga by Swami Kripalvanand (Bapuji) in 1971, following the death of his Guru, Swami Rajarshi Muni became the present Guru of the spiritual tradition founded by Lord Lakulishji (Dadaji). The first spiritual initiation in this lineage having been given by Lord Lakulish himself, its origins are divine. All the Gurus of the Parampara (Tradition) have been instructed in the profound mysteries of Divine Yoga and thus the knowledge and practice of Yoga preserved and practiced in the lineage is of the highest order.

The website says he’s written more than 100 book on yoga; a few have been translated in English.

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