Re: Sahaja Samadhi
> > > philosophy than asana. So, in her yoga classes, she would putwhen these kind of teachers where new
> > people
> > > in asanas, but spend most of the time talking about philosophy. My
> > > job was to go around and provide adjustments (and teach asana) as
> > the
> > > other teacher led the sequence.
> > >
> > > Hi Nina,
> > >
> > > Would the teacher herself go into those positions while she was
> > talking about philosophy? Or would she sit comfortably? :-)
> > >
> > > --Greg
> > LOL! That would have been an entertaining study in full meditation
> > (!), but no, she would enter the asana briefly, but then stand or
> > sit
> > as she yammered philosophy. :)
I was fascinated with their clases and called them esoteric, they seemed sooo eager to
But than it became disturbing..
> I love that word, "yammer"love, Karta
> -- it's right up there with
> "palaver" when used to
> describe what self-indulgent
> teachers tend to do! :-)
> Thanks, Nina!
> > http://www.users.uniserve.com/~samuel/brucsong.htm
> You're welcome, and glad for the chuckle, Bobby.
> And yes, we must always keep in mind the
Always good to hear from you. If you decide to run for prez I will
vote for you.