Meditation as well as the philosophy of Yoga-Philosophie (incl. Reflexion and Self-enquiry) are relevant for everyday life. Regular practice is not only important but urgent as it leads to higher resilience, clarity and joy. - Do not postpone this work!
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There are many meditation techniques. For instance on the heart - like Hanuman.
Observe how the thoughts flow by - like a river.
Today, meditation is often perceived as yet another "must do". It is precisely this "must do" that inhibits many people from including the practice of meditation into their daily lives. However, the moment it is recognized that the practice of meditation actually will free up your busy time schedule, this seeming "must"-hurdle is overcome.
Philosophy of Yoga
Combining "Yoga" with "Philosophy" may raise an eyebrow here and there. Yoga is often perceived as being something physical whilst philosophy is something that involves the mind.
Everything that has to do with Yoga in actual fact aims at bringing the mind into perfect stillness. As such the ability to reflect - and thus philosophy of Yoga - plays a major role.
Yoga-Philosophy is free from political and/or religious and/or dogmatic attitude of any kind whatsoever.