Origins of My Yoga PathJourney to your Roots | Yoga
Every day is a fresh beginning,
with countless paths and opportunities waiting to be discovered, should we be open to them. My journey with yoga has been precisely that—a journey of self-discovery, growth, and transformation. It all began when I was just 19, at a time when life had thrown me a series of curveballs, leaving me with profound questions about my purpose and existence.
Asking questions like “Who am I?” “What is my life’s purpose?” and “Why am I here?” had become a daily ritual. Little did I know that yoga held the answers to these existential inquiries, offering me guidance on this enigmatic path called life.
I vividly recall the day my life took a remarkable turn. A text from my soul sister, bursting with excitement, altered the course of my destiny. “Do you have any plans for the afternoon?” she asked. “No,” I replied. “Great! Put on some workout clothes; I’m taking you somewhere special.” With an Air refers to the element of space or sky that surrounds all matter on a macroscopic level according to Ayurveda. It plays an important role by regulating physiological processes such as respiration, circulation and immunity. More of mystery, she whisked me away in her car, leaving me to contemplate life’s mysteries in the passenger seat. Little did I know that this spontaneous adventure would introduce me to Bikram yoga, a momentous occasion that would forever alter the trajectory of my life.
In this ever-changing world filled with chaos, I am not only committed to embodying the principles of a yogic life but also to honoring the rich culture and heritage from which it stems. Wherever my roots, I’ve never felt closer to the ethics of yoga. If you, too, are seeking to embark on a similar journey or have lost touch with something that once resonated with your soul, I wholeheartedly encourage you to explore these morals and ethics. They bear a resemblance to the timeless wisdom of the Ten Commandments and have the potential to profoundly enrich and deepen your life.