Book Of The Week: The Yoga of Relationships: A Practical Guide for Loving Yourself and Others

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The Yoga of Relationships: A Practical Guide for Loving Yourself and Others

“Life itself is an experience of relationships. You must start your journey from you are, not from where you want to be. Relationships are a progressive unfolding of the Spirit. As the adage goes, you never step in the same river twice. Thus you never experience your relationship in the same way from day to day. It is never complete. If it stalls or fails to grow, its full potential is never met. Love with attachments confines you. Love without attachments makes you free. Yogi Amrit Desai is a world-renowned yoga master and teacher of holistic living, melding ancient wisdom with modern practicality. His piercing insight into the nature of relationships is a road map to fulfillment.”

As i read chapter one my heart began to beat fast, i felt as though the author was talking to me. Tears filled my eyes because of the piercing truth. I closed the book because in my head i am not ready to read further but this is what my heart needs.

Thank you to Meme Mpuru for the book

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3 thoughts on “Book Of The Week: The Yoga of Relationships: A Practical Guide for Loving Yourself and Others

    • thebookclubsocietyblog says:

      Chapter One- The Urge to Merge- Moving beyond the past.

      its good that she started from there because most of us are stuck in the past, our behavior now is results from our past experience, we are aware of it but we always seek blame. She gives guidelines of steps moving forward. I have never understood KARMA so much because of the way she explained. I get it and i’ll work on it. for the sake of my children. i do not want them to suffer from their childhood trauma’s the way i did. Its deep. I get it.

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