108 Yoga Philosophy Quotes with Interpretations and Meditations
From the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras & more!
“ Bring more depth to your knowledge, understanding and practice of yoga & meditation
108 thoughtfully crafted Yoga philosophy cards, with a quote selected from one of the major texts on one side, and either an interpretation, contemplation, or meditation, on the other.
“ The 4 major texts of yoga philosophy…
The cards are split into 4 eras of yoga philosophy:
10% of our profits is donated to the SOS Children’s Villages in India.
How Can I Use My Living Yoga 108 Cards?
In Yoga Classes – Read the quote & then the interpretation with students, enriching meditations, class themes, intentions & Savasana
In personal meditation & study – using the cards as subjects for deep contemplation or to further your knowledge of yoga philosophy
Why 108 cards?
108 is a sacred number for many reasons in yoga philosophy, and many other cultures. One interpretation is that it represents spiritual completion.
“ Sanskrit words don’t have to be religious…
The Sanskrit words in some of the meditations, can be used to simply replace the attachment, meaning & memories, we have to words in our own language. Any mention of God can refer to the God you believe in, or simply the universal energy around, or within us.
There have been many interpretations of these quotes over the centuries. Be flexible and open as you contemplate the words on these cards, and allow the centuries of wisdom to guide you.
Created by Charlie Stewart-Brown, founder of Indiv Yoga, who has been studying and practicing yoga since 1995, and today holds retreats and yoga teacher training courses around the world.
When Charlie started suffering from seizures due to chronic anxiety, she found peace in dedicating herself to studying and meditating on yoga philosophy texts. Having become disheartened by the modern perception of Yoga, she decided to share this knowledge in the form of the Living Yoga 108 cards to bring the true essence of yoga back into focus.