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Keep an eye on the causes

By A. G. Mohan and Dr. Ganesh Mohan

Ancient Indian logic makes the straightforward postulate that there is no effect without a cause. There may be occurrences whose causes we are unable to learn, but a cause must still exist in reality even if we do not see it. However, there is a difference between proximal and...

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Doubt is healthy

By A. G. Mohan and Dr. Ganesh Mohan

Is a teacher necessary to learn yoga? Before answering that question, let’s ask this first: what are you learning? If what you are learning is unsound, it makes no difference whether you learn it under the personal guidance of a guru or from a book.

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Get out of the action cycle

By A. G. Mohan and Dr. Ganesh Mohan

All the practices of yoga are directed towards the attainment of a steady state of mind. Transition to such a state of mind is not possible for ordinary people like us in whom the compulsion to act is deeply ingrained. Since we cannot stop acting, we must enter the...

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