Apr 1, 2017

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Letter to Disciples No. 197: The Practicality of Tibetan Yoga (Tính thực tiễn của Yoga Tây Tạng)

Letter to Disciples No. 197: The Practicality of Tibetan Yoga (Tính thực tiễn của Yoga Tây Tạng) Letter to Disciples No. 197: The Practicality of Tibetan Yoga Dear disciples and readers, I have clarified the true meaning of “Yoga” in “What is Tibetan Yoga”, that is the union of body, speech and mind. This meaning itself is practical for the training for personality development, career pursuit and social success. “Yoga” always implies positivity in any aspects, even in the forms of Svavti, Hatha, Jnana, etc. Tibetan Yoga introduced by Song Nguyen Tantra House, however, is uniquely selective, inherited and applicable, known as “Pure Mind Yoga”, meaning making one’s mind clear, creative and subsequently arise Bodhicitta. These are relevant to the process of “Read – Contemplation-Practice” in Buddhism (read “Practice Dharma in Delusion Might Lead to Lower Realms”) Tibetan Yoga Manual of Song Nguyen Tantric House Before reaching such level, trainees need join a simple workout (not go into difficult and complicated positions like other types). Any positions


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