A selection of the Indian sage’s wise words.
A master yogi who was brought up in the West recommends what we can all do in order to live better lives.
An excerpt from Paramahansa Yogananda’s commentary on the Bible.
A master yogi who was brought up in the West notices many similarities between Jesus’s teachings and traditions of yoga.
VEToga is a yoga programme developed specifically for war veterans. It was designed by Justin Blazejewski, who began to experience PTSD after 10 years of military service.
50 years ago, the study of meditation was laughed at by mainstream Western psychologists. We recount how non-dual awareness has become a growing area of serious scientific study.
The Siddhas referred to the basic energy underlying all activities, both physical and mental, as ‘prana’, or subtle life force.
The neuroscientist Andrea Zaccaro has demonstrated that slow breathing can have a calming and restorative effect on the nervous system.
The Czech psychiatrist Stanislav Grof’s holoptropic breathwork technique enables people to experience altered states of consciousness, simply through taking a series of quick, deep breaths.
Inhaling fresh air is about much more than living! One of our authors shares his thoughts on breathing in this article from the 1963 edition of “Przekrój”.
In the summer of 1920, a young Indian swami boarded a ship from Bombay to Boston. The yogi’s spiritual teachings went on to change the lives of millions.
Marshall Govindan talks about self-realization, Salvador Dali, and visiting an Arabian horse farm in communist Poland.
Kriya Yoga seminars are constantly organized in Europe and across the world. One of them will be held in Poland this autumn. During the weekend seminar, participants will learn the five-fold path of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga.
“The power of egoism is so strong, that we constantly forget who we truly are: pure being and consciousness.”
Already in 1959, “Przekrój” was praising yoga as “an entire science of maintaining health and longevity”. Find out how yoga was presented in the Soviet weekly “Knowledge is Power”.
From Gregorian chant to Buddhist mantras, a writer explores the therapeutic properties of singing.