dignity 101

The light to see the way

November 14, 2017 | By More

By Rupa

With the restraint of the river bed, the journey of a river can be simple. Even if it’s long, it has no choice but to go towards the ocean. After the river goes through all the twists and turns and at last reaches the ocean, is this the journey’s end or beginning? Can we face the immense ocean? With the body holding the soul, we might have to face a lot of troubles in our lives. We just deal with what we have to face. How about death? Is death the end or beginning? How do we deal with death? Are we ready?

Some believe that if we have faith in God then we can live in God’s kingdom after we die. But, if paradise is so good, why are we not allowed to die and enjoy at once? What is reality? What is illusion? Even very knowledgeable people can be bewildered.

The spiritual world and phenomenon world share the same Universal Law. If we cannot find happiness in the material world we cannot be happy in the spiritual world either. Dreamland exists only if we work on it. Otherwise, it only appears in our dream — something produced from our mind and mixed with reality.

The universe was not created from nothing. The sky seems void, but actually full of planets. We tend to believe what we see with our own eyes. We forget that our sense organs have limitations. If we believe our own eyes, then we believe the Sun is smaller than the Earth and the Earth is the centre of Solar system. This is the power of illusion. We make believe like a child that the illusion is reality. We forget where we live. We need to open our eyes to see through the outward appearance.

Human nature never changes. We have always searched for well-being, happiness and freedom from the beginning of our existence. Each age has its teachers to show us the way. What we need to do is to choose one path and walk along it. Achieve our highest potential and own best, and allow everything else to be revealed to us. Wishingtree Yoga 200H Traditional Hatha Yoga Teacher Training introduces different ways of Yoga practice and through practice, you can find your own way — the way towards a happy, wholesome and holistic life.

Rupa (Ivy) has been practicing Yoga since 1996 in China. Her Chinese background and training gives her a natural understanding of this ancient eastern wisdom. Living, studying and teaching in Canada has provided her the opportunity to develop the practice in a modern western way. Join Rupa for an unforgettable journey towards Self-realization. The experience will give an understanding of Yoga’s amazing scientific knowledge, and practical skills and techniques to use on and off the mat! It is all about your SELF.

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