We founded Padmanjali Yoga right after we emerged from a deeply isolated, silent retreat of just under three years. At our new space, we share and offer some of what we did to kill time.
There is a Sanskrit word - kaladanda - a combination of kala which means time or death (or you could say time, therefore death) and danda, which means a stick or a club. The connotation is killing time and death - literally, clubbing time to death.
We are passionate about passing on to others the yogic science lineage we received from our precious teachers - countless sacred beings. Through long periods in silence and isolation these sacred ones perfected their minds, balanced their emotions, honed their physical and subtle bodies and learned the process of bringing the pranic energies under their control – “the yoga of the sun and moon” – Hatha Yoga. They understood that the ultimate goal of yoga is kindness - consummate balance and harmony, the union of opposites: sun and moon, male and female, night and day . . .
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