A brief explanation about the Yoga and Yogis
Well, there are not much linguistic «biodiversity» at this blog.
I’m going to rescue the following comment.
It seems that the webmaster forgot to approve it 😀 .
Well, it’s not easy for me write in Victorian language. And, It’s not the question losing it in the cyberspace 🙂
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mayo 24, 2014 en 11:33 am
Excuse me, but… sometimes I sign as a Yogi (;-) and, thus, I’m concerned with your post.
Yoga is a sanscrit (ancien indian language) word that means “religion”. The yogi is the woman, who likes religion and, continously is researching, endless, about some mysteries related with it.
But, what religion is?
As yoga means “to join”, Religion comes from latino “religare”, “reunir” in spanish.
The yogi, thus, is the woman who feels the life is not clear, is not perfect, is not complete, and tries to retrieve something that is missing. No money, no power, no fame, no love, is the last but for the gnostic yogi
Now as you see, you can find thousands of kinds of yogis. Even you can see, there are yogis who don’t like the word “Yoga” and never refers him selves as “yogis”.
Are you sure you are not a yogi ?(;-)
In other hand you can find yogis who are not according about what the yoga is or not is, neither about what is the really correct way of life to follow.
I think, thus, may not be appropriate criticizing people for wearing a word. Instead, is better extracting what is exactly the problem.
Well, I am 90% vegetarian, I hope you won’t be damaged for this.
At least, you may be sure, I’m not going to steal your bistecs, and, of course, neither I’m not going to eat to you. (:- )
Very pleased to meet you.
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