Integral Yoga Teachings

Bhagavad Gita Study: Chapter 2, Verse 45

Yet it is the calmness, steadiness, and contentment of a sattwic mind that allows us to be “free from the need to get or hold onto anything.”

The Joy of Serving

Karma Yoga means a selfless act. If you are motivated to do something for others, and don’t expect any result or reward for you, such an action is called Karma Yoga.

Bhagavad Gita Study: Chapter 2, Verse 8

“I don’t think anything can extinguish this fire of grief raging within me even if I were to become the prosperous and unrivaled ruler of the earth and even over the heavens.” (Arjuna) Through our application of the teachings of Yoga, we are all probably making some progress in not getting as upset about things… Read more »

The Frequencies Agree

But selecting your guru is selecting another partner for eternity. It is for a higher reason, a spiritual reason


When we see suffering, it is not the immortal Self that suffers. It is difficult, yet let us remember that it is not our essence– our true identity as children of God–that undergoes anguish and pain.


The teachings may vary, but the central teaching is always the same—to know our True Self. That is the first and foremost goal.

Perfection in Action is Yoga

Where is the action if you sit quietly and close your eyes and meditate? Get into the field. And make sure that the mind is totally focused, one-pointed, not shaken.