> > devi: that was a funny story,,i personally think
> > yoga theory is more important then asana,
> > but i don't think i'd confuse students out of
> > their asanas by giving speeches... but thats just me..
> > everyone is where their at...
> Yoga asana and philosophy feed each other, but they are only
> > anyway, i posted that essay becuase when gangak left
> > the topic was *coming and going* sahaja samadhi and nirvikalp,
> > was questioning her yoga samadhis and i thought that essay might
> > help..the book i copied it from discusses *samadhi* through all
> > differnt paths, i think the author was particullary fond of
> > ramakrishna...
> Yup, understood.
> > so nina, am i right to understand that you practice asanas but
> > no idea abou words like nivikalpa samadhi, or dyhana or darana
> > example?
> Nope, you are wrong to understand that.
> My emphasis is on inquiry; I choose to direct my students into
> own exploration, rather than teaching a system of philosophy.
devi: it seems to me then all you need to do is say once to a
person "go do inquiry* and then theres nothing else to talk about