Yoga Philosophy in Action

Simply put, yoga philosophy is the idea that mind, body and spirit are all one and cannot be clearly separated. In this section, we also provide tips for how to apply yoga philosophy into daily life and everyday actions like eating, working and relaxing. You can explore a wide variety of articles discussing elements of yogic philosophy, such as gunas, dharma, indriyas, vairagya, pratyahara, karma, and samadhi. Discover how to apply these ancient philosophical concepts to create more balance, harmony and inner peace in your daily life.

  • Trimurti

    Trimurti: The Hindu Trinity of Brahma Vishnu Shiva

  • Living Like a Yogi

    17 Rules for Living Like a Yogi

  • 7 Chakra Symbols

    The 7 Chakra Symbols: Their Shapes, Meaning, and Power

  • Siddhis

    Siddhis: Definition, Types, Tips and Dangers

  • Grounding Yoga Poses

    13 Grounding Yoga Poses to Strengthen the Earth Element

  • Conscious Living

    13 Yogic Tools for Conscious Living

  • The Power and Purpose of Tapas in Yoga

    The Power and Purpose of Tapas in Yoga

  • how to remove samskaras

    15 Powerful Yogic Ways to Remove Samskaras

  • Prayatna Saithilya

    Sutra 2.47: Prayatna Saithilya (Finding Effortless & the Infinite)

  • Samskaras

    Samskaras: Unveiling Our Hidden Habit Patterns

  • Sthira Sukham Asanam

    Sthira Sukham Asanam: Balancing Ease With Effort in Yoga

  • Vairagya practice

    Vairagya—Four Steps to Attain Freedom in Yoga

  • Namaste

    Why Do Yogis Say Namaste? (Definition, Meaning and Proper Use)

  • Dharana Concentration

    From Dharana (Concentration) into Dhyana (Meditation)

  • practicing a yoga lifestyle

    13 Key Tips for Creating a Successful Yoga Lifestyle

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