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Join Heartfulness for International Day of Yoga, Thursday 21 June 2018

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A day of yoga,
a life of meditation

Daaji will teach you the essence of calm and simplicity through his meditation masterclasses.
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Finding connection through the heart

Join us to explore the true meaning and practice of Yoga on 21 June 2018.
There are numerous Heartfulness events taking place globally to celebrate International Day of Yoga. With roots in the ancient Raja Yoga, Heartfulness Meditation offers a simple yet dynamic daily practice, which we invite you to experience. Let today be that day, and let’s all connect through Yoga and meditation.

About Daaji

Known to many as Daaji, Kamlesh Patel is the fourth guide in the Heartfulness tradition of meditation. Embracing the many roles of a modern-day teacher, he oversees Heartfulness centers and ashrams in over 130 countries, and guides the thousands of certified Heartfulness trainers who are permitted to impart Yogic Transmission under his care. He is a prolific speaker and writer, and you can read his latest series on Ashtanga Yoga at www.heartfulnessmagazine.com
To learn more about Daaji, go to www.daaji.org.

About Heartfulness Meditation

Heartfulness offers simple, effective practices, including relaxation, heart-based meditation, cleaning of the mind, and inner connection with your own source. These practices will deepen any other Yoga or spiritual practice. Heartfulness practices are free of charge. They are offered to you in the comfort of your home, in a group at work, in schools, universities, government organizations, corporates, villages and community centers. For more information visit www.heartfulness.org. For some insight into International Day of Yoga, we invite you to view this article featured in the Huffington Post.

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Heartfulness is offered free of charge and can be practiced from the comfort of one’s own home or in a group at work, schools, university and community centers. There are many certified trainers and meditation centers, known as Heartspots, in over 130 countries around the world.

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Heartfulness Magazine

A monthly magazine in which we explore everything from self-development and health, relationships with family and friends, how to thrive in the workplace, to living in tune with nature.

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connect integrate become one

Connect Integrate Become One

So on this International Day of Yoga, let’s reflect for a minute: are our efforts actually leading us to the state of Yoga? When we practice asanas, or pranayama, or meditation, what are we joining? Read More


Yama the five vows of the seeker

Yama: The Five Vows Of The Seeker

Yama is the first of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yogic practice. DAAJI expounds on this very first rung of Ashtanga Yoga, and explores its importance in self-development and the path of enlightenment. Read More


niyama

Niyama

Niyama is the second of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yogic practice. DAAJI shows us how we need more than Yama for right living – the other side of the coin is the cultivation of nobility of character through the Read More


asana

Asana

Asana is the third of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yogic practice. DAAJI explains the role of Asana in Yoga, how the physical steadiness of Asana helps us to create inner steadiness, and how the yogic Read More


prayama

Pranayama

Pranayama is the fourth of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yogic practice. Here DAAJI explains the purpose of the practices of Pranayama and some key dos and don’ts. He also introduces Prana as Read More


pratyahara

Pratyahara

Pratyahara is the fifth of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yogic practice. While it is one of the most important concepts in Yoga, it is not well understood. The lack of Pratyahara is the reason why many of us Read More

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