Yoga Sutras Of Patanjali

The complications that thwart the hero and heroine of myth are called complexes in depth psychology. Complexes are to be met, confronted, evaded, amplified, transformed, contained, or triumphed over. These blockages appear suddenly in life too. They erupt from one's own unconscious, in forms resembling anything from irritating needle-toothed ankle-biters to huge, bellowing screed-spreaders—or, more subtly, as something we long for or are easily seduced by, but which is poisonous to us at its core.

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is an ancient text that shows us step-by-step what one needs to do in order to realize their true nature as Divine energy. Through these sutras, Patanjali tells us how we can transcend our limitations and smallness in thought to emerge as humans initially, then gradually evolve towards Divinity.

That which makes up the observable matter is changing every moment until you fix your attention upon it - be that in thought or gaze - at which point it takes a fixed position in reference to your attention while simultaneously existing at other locations. This is known as the law of super positioning and it suggests that there is no such thing as objective reality. In other words, our observation of reality in thought changes reality.

We participate in the reality we create. Through this truth, one may recognize that nature is richer than the models humans use to describe it. In essence, perception is not reality, but it does become so when we believe what we have been programmed to believe and disregard other possibilities. Since our mentality has become our only recourse to reality, than changing the way we view thought and its relationships to the physical world must precede our current mental conditioning. The thought tracker helps you do just that.

The idea, since forever, has been that story is a conveyance, a vehicle, to use in order to think, to move forward through life. At the end of a life that has meaning, the point is not that one is perfected, but that one will still carry a view of self and the world that is divine—and not just some kind of lazy drift. The point is to have enough stories that guide—that will allow life's closing act to end with one's heart still bright, despite the gales that have passed through it—so that it can be said that one has lived with spiritual audacity.