WELCOME TO YOGA & SWADYAYA
SWADYAYA, THE YOGA WAY TO MAKE THE MIND FLEXIBLE
Just as physical yoga exercises make your body more flexible, Svadhyaya, one of the five virtues called Niyamas, enables us to cultivate flexibility in our minds. This is especially crucial when the mind is burdened with negativity or has been conditioned to be rigid due to education, or worse, has been wounded by trauma. Engaging in Svadhyaya can lead to a transformative experience. For more detailed information, please refer to the 'Summary of Integral Chakra Psychology,' which is rooted in the philosophy of Svadhyaya.
WHAT IS YOGA & SWADYAYA'S GOAL AND MOTIVATION?
Yoga and Svadhyaya specifically focus on trauma, which is undoubtedly exacerbated by the many challenges of our materialistic society. Frequently, such psychological afflictions are either disregarded entirely or approached in manners that don't align with the individual's needs. Our aim is to provide assistance through a comprehensive system that empowers individuals to help themselves efficiently and sustainably, all while minimizing excessive financial burden.
WHAT DOES SWADYAYA MEAN AND HOW DOES IT RELATE TO YOGA?
Swadyaya uses our mind in a smart way according a protocol that has been brought to perfection over the last 5000 years. Basically, it’s by insight we can ourselves balance our psychological state. In yogic words, we are balancing our unbalanced chakras* rather than letting our under or over-active chakras unbalance our mind.
* Chakras are energy centers that reside in or near our body, each one of them representing a psychological quality.