"A quiet mind does not mean that there will be no thoughts or mental movements at all,
but that these will be on the surface, and you will feel your true being within, separate from them, observing but not carried away."
— Sri Aurobindo
Practicing from the Inside
Enhance your ability to listen deeply and with reverence to all the body does for you.
In this manner we develop an acute sense of oneness.
Attunement to our inner reality fosters physical health as well as a quiet mind.
"Through asana practice, an intimacy is created between "us" and our body. Practice is not a series of mechanical movements, but a wide space where we engage in dialogue with ourselves. From out of this listening, we change the position of the body and the way we move in space." - Orit Sen-Gupta