Śrī Svāmī Kṛṣnānandaji Maharaj

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“The Yamas and Niyamas are the beginnings, which really last till the end of Yoga. The Yoga discipline requires that a student should score at least the minimum marks in the test of the Yamas and Niyamas. Students often commit the error of neglecting these fundamental observances in Yoga and going to Āsana and meditation directly. Many even begin to think that they are already established in the Yamas and Niyamas, while they have not mastered even one among them.”


(Svāmī Kṛṣnānanda The Yoga system, The Divine Life Society, Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh, India, pg.33)

(“Niyama e Niyama rappresentano l’inizio del cammino, che poi permangono fino alla fine [del percorso] dello Yoga…La disciplina dello Yoga richiede che il discepolo abbia acquisito perlomeno un livello accettabile di realizzazione concreta rispetto a Niyama e Niyama. Gli studenti spesso commettono l’errore di trascurare queste osservanze fondamentali nello Yoga, iniziando direttamente la pratica di Āsana e meditazione. Così come molti iniziano a pensare di aver già consolidato Niyama e Niyama, mentre viceversa non hanno realizzato [non si sono consolidati in] nessuno di essi.”)

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