Emotion wrote:Is the Satanic Hatha Yoga pdf routine sufficient or do people here do more?
only asking because I've been doing that routine in the AM for years now and wondering if theres any other poses or anything I'm missing out on by not incorporating.
There are over 1000 yoga asanas! There are many videos available online, just look around
This is a good PDF, no inversions though, it's good for beginners. It has pictures of each asana, information about it, and precautions if you have specific injuries etc.https://mymission.lamission.edu/userdat ... stures.pdf
With yoga, remember there are 8 main types of asanas: standing, balancing, sitting, kneeling, prone, supine, inversions, and twists. Not all needs to be done in each session, mix it up, do what your body needs for the day.
Nice Lydia, quite like the guide you found.
But I think the problem Emotion has is that the routine created by HP.Cobra and partially Asana and Mantra guide. Are pretty much the most basic, bare-stripped yoga down to the core.
I think what he and perhaps many are stating is(sorta like myself) is the Yoga Asanas made with Cobra's guide are so bare-bones necessities, that it is difficult to experiment.
In simplest terms it's so simple delving into other areas kinda shows either great intelligence in that the person is trying to expand their routine or the opposite it seems like a foolish en-devour because the basics are so hard coded into the guide it's hard to break the routines.
It's probably best to use the engineering term K.i.S.S.(Keep it simple, stupid) for the hatha yoga guide. Even the KY guide despite the myriad of KYoga.
I think the other problem is your so set in a routine that it kinda breaks the flow with newer asanas and it also begs the question how long to do asanas. I mean are they time based whereby you do them for a particular spiritual benefit till it's fixed or is it a forever thing.
I mean at what point does Yoga go into time-based situation. Whereby Yoga becomes a meditation session of it's own besides your meditation. In simplest terms Yoga becomes a hour, two hour, three hour or more session and then it's like how do you fit in your other meditations. I think Emotion is trying to state how to incorporate more Yoga without burning yourself out.
I'm sure it's great he wants to experiment here and there but at the end. It seems like he is having difficulty adding to an already stripped down bare-bones system in place. It's the same for me I wish to perform other Asanas but do I really wish to break the routine.
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