In this curation of readings, we explore yoga’s focus on union, plus teachings and practices that overcome dualistic thinking and unify polarities.
Be prepared to teach yoga philosophy that demonstrates union as the fundamental principle of yoga, and to share teachings and practices for questioning and overcoming dualistic thinking, unifying polarities, supporting infinite diversity, and generating peace within and without.
Explain a progressive way to explore key teachings on unity and peace. Describe inter-being and discuss interrelationship and the science of oneness. Discuss the importance of exploring complementary polarities. Provide five or more expert perspectives that define yoga in terms of union. Name ten or more yoga techniques designed to promote a state of union. Discuss judgement and condemnation. Explore the concept of “uniting” and the Sanskrit word ashabandha.
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