Shuvro Sarker

Chapter 4 of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, known as Kaivalya Pada, is a profound exploration of yogic philosophy and spirituality. In this chapter, Patanjali delves into the complexities of the human mind, the nature of reality, and the ultimate goal of yoga – liberation or Kaivalya. Kaivalya represents the pinnacle of human spiritual attainment, a state of complete freedom and self-realization. In this discussion, we will explore the key themes of Chapter 4, delving into the nuances and practical implications of Patanjali's teachings. We will provide additional examples and explanations to make these complex concepts more accessible.



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1. 200 Hours TTC program from Shubh Yoga and S2H
2. Advanced Meditation Program (Art of Living, Banglaore)
3. Happiness Program (Art of Living)<
4. Continuing Yoga Instructor Program at Kaivalyadhama
5. Continuing 300 Hours TTC program at Shubh Yoga
6. Completed Surya Kriya course from Prachina Yoga

Skill Set:

• Hatha Yoga
• Astanga Yoga
• Yoga Philosophy
• Yogic Anatomy and Physiology
• Teaching Methodology

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