A Herculean Task – Karma Yoga Rishikesh

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I recently visited the Divine Life Society Bookshop and picked up the book Practice of Karma Yoga written by the late great Swami Sivananda. As a yogi we are taught to let go of ego and to always be a student open to learning. This insert* may define Karma Yoga, however as a foot specialist the intent to change as many lives as possible is limited to a small number of people whose ailments should be treated according to their severity within in the available time period.

He who does selfless service without expectation of fruits of any kind becomes a powerful yogi. A karma yogi knows the secret of work. He does not allow any energy to be unnecessarily frittered away. He conserves and regulates energy. He knows the science of self-restraint. He utilizes the energy for good purposes that can bring maximum good to a great number of people.

Consider this. That the change and the rippling effect may be in the eye of the beholder; the onlookers; the passersby and the tourists. We want to inspire change so that these people become the extension of our Karma Yoga.

Rishikesh – Lakshman Jhula – 5 May 2015

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Rishikesh – Ram Jhula – 8 May 2015

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Rishikesh – Ram Jhula – 9 May 2015

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  1. Sean Burt(Airpix)  May 18, 2015

    Our energies are of vital importance to how we project ourselves to the world. we need to become more aware of them so we don’t miss out on our calling
    Youb both very blessed Pam & Anton