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The Yoga of Inner Wisdom

satsang with swami radhananda

September 1, 2010 by Andrew Baerthel

“The teaching of yoga ends in knowledge, inner wisdom. There’s no other reason to do yoga. From that comes your own revelations of who you are and what you’re to do.”

In this satsang talk, Swami Radhananda continues from her last video post, The Path of Liberation.” She speaks about her experience of the Kundalini system and encourages us to accept ourselves where we are and to engage our intuition by letting the symbols come alive and gain our own unique understanding.

In this video, Swami Radhananda poses the following questions for reflection:
What are the circumstances you find yourself in today? What are they asking of you? What do you need to do?

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  1. Swami Rahdananda’s talk is brilliant. It brought tears to my eyes. I can testify that the Yasodhara Ashram experience is transforming. Swami Rahdananda has brought to the listener a beautiful flower as an offering and invitation.

    Comment by Susan Nagel — September 2, 2010 @ 5:31 am

  2. wow! I love it. so powerful and simple. What a breath. Thank you. gratitude. Paula

    Comment by paula richardson — October 3, 2010 @ 8:48 pm

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