The practices of Yoga are the key to an open mind and mindfull openess toward life and it’s ways. Through hatha yoga we are able to observe ouselves on a more subtle level. Slowly we learn to discrimate between conditioned behaviour and freedom. We learn, that we are no victims if we choose not to be and that we hold the key to joy in our very hand. The practices of Yoga will eventually but inevetably change our perspective which opens the gates for liberation in this life, not in some far away place or time. With the words of Bhagavan Das: It’s here now, are you?
music is something moving, the proof of the greek quote „panta rei – always flowing“ and when the further ingredients are devotion and presence, something magic can happen, something that has been described by yogis as „ananda – bliss“. this state is nothing far, fixed or framed. it is the state, when intuition, strength and spirit harmonise in the now. harmonies are the foundation of music – and so we come together to spontaniously experience, what the word itself actually describes: harmony (greek: armonia: to bring together; the union of opposites to one whole). so the greek root of the word, that describes the union of opposites is nothing other than something very familiar to us: yoga!
Mother Nature:: Live in consummate harmony with Nature, find God´s grace in the riches of the universe. Be blessed by God´s binding love. The mild morning sugars your spirits, The bright midday lightens your hearts. So the sweet music of the soul leads you to peace and abundance. And when the day´s duties are done, rest in the lap of Mother and find here the favor of all the gods. (Yajur Veda, 34.37)
with greek mother and german father he learned early to embrace life as the merge of polarities. life is always exciting, demanding, real and the state we are… so accepting all sides of this play as equally important and as a chance for growth and insight is one of the challanges we can master though the practice of hatha yoga, which petros teaches in an open-hearted, honest, funny and challenging way.
the practices of yoga are the key to an open mind and mindfull openess toward life and it’s ways. through hatha yoga we are able to observe ouselves on a more subtle level. we learn to discrimate between conditioned behaviour and freedom. we realize, that we are no victims if we choose not to be and that we hold the key to joy in our very hand. the practices of yoga will eventually but inevitably change our perspective which opens the gates for liberation in this life, not in some far away place or time. with the words of bhagavan das: it’s here now, are you?
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