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One variety brings us pain, the other does not. Notice that he does not divide the
thoughts into painful and pleasurable. Why? Because even a so-called
pleasurable thought might ultimately bring us pain. And again we cannot easily
know in ...
The selfish thoughts ultimately bring pain. For example, to love something or
somebody is pleasurable. But many of you have experienced how the very same
love brought you a lot of unhappiness, pain, hatred, jealousy and so on. Why?
But if you create thoughts which will bring you pain, you are the one who will
suffer. If you are selfish, you will suffer later on. I don't want to kill you; I am your
friend. I am interested in your welfare and peace, so please listen to me: do not
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Tobias.Bruell - LibraryThing
This text seems to be a transcript of a series of lectures given by Satchidananda (henceforth called "Commentator") to his students. Each verse of the Yoga-Sutra is first given in various forms ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - yogiclarebear - LibraryThing
A must read for anyone who wants to know yoga deeper than the poses. Keep your highlighter handy and mark what moves you. Then practice it, and then read the Sutras again and see what else pops out at you. This is an excellent reference. Read full review