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Yoga and Hinduism: What’s it all about?

By Josh Landes | November 14, 2019 05:25PM ETA few years ago, a Hindu priest named D. K. Singh gave a sermon to his congregation on the virtues of yoga.

The sermon was meant to inspire young people to devote themselves to a life of meditation and contemplation.

The congregation laughed at the notion.

After all, it was Singh who had introduced the concept of yoga in the first place.

But when he retired in 2014, the young priest, who’d been an active participant in the spiritual community, became disillusioned with the teachings.

He began to wonder why yoga, which had been practiced for thousands of years, was still being taught.

So, in early 2019, Singh founded Yoga4Change, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the spiritual tradition of yoga and expanding its reach.

Yoga4Change has trained over 50,000 people to be yogis in the U.S. and around the world.

Since then, it has also expanded its reach in India and Nepal.

In a country where there is no formal religion, yoga has found a home in the hearts of millions of people.

Today, Yoga4change is known for its yoga sessions and programs, and for promoting the principles of Hinduism through the teachings of Bhagavad Gita.

In a recent interview with NPR, the spiritual leader of Yoga4Catchment, Siddharth Singh, said the key to yoga’s success is not just the teachings but the way the people embrace the teachings through yoga.

In other words, what Singh is doing is building a community of people who are interested in the principles that are embedded in the teachings, and they then embrace those teachings as their own.

What is the core value of Hindu yoga?

I’m asking this question because I think the way I look at it is to say that yoga is the most powerful expression of Hindu faith, and the way you practice it is the best way to practice it.

And this is not because it is really the most advanced form of yoga, but because it embodies that core value that I think is so important in this practice.

So what is the essence of yoga?

The essence is to create an environment where people are comfortable with their physical and mental health, so that when they are out of the house they are not in pain, and when they return home they are comfortable.

How can we do that?

How can people practice yoga safely, so they are in control?

The core value is to practice in the most natural way possible.

So when you’re in a place that is not safe, it can feel like a nightmare.

So we have to work on that.

We have to make sure that when you come out of that place, it feels safe.

And so the best thing is to start from the beginning, to work from the very beginning.

And the best people, when they come to a place like that, they are the ones who know the yoga.

They’re the ones that have the wisdom.

So it is a very long process, but I think that it’s the best approach to yoga, I think, to the question of what is it about yoga that is so powerful?

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