The sages tell us that yoga can provide the missing link that ties science and religion together.
It’s hard to believe in the sages’ promise of higher consciousness—until that breakthrough moment happens to you.
The Upanishads show us how to recognize the source of true fulfillment.
Find out how Vedanta’s nondual philosophy sheds light on the inherent limitations of scientific inquiry.
The philosophy of the Upanishads first frees the student to cast away his intellectual slavery to blind faith, superstitions, sectarian beliefs, and dogmas.
If you’re like a lot of us, you’ve heard of Samkhya philosophy but are a bit hazy about what it actually says and how it relates to yoga.
Why do you act the way that you do? If you do something because you want to, then perhaps you believe you are exercising free will. But is this true even when you trace the source of your desire?
If you really want to take advantage of the power of yoga, you need to understand its source.
Where does yoga fit among the 7 schools of Indian philosophy? Though it’s most closely associated with Samkhya philosophy, Ishan explains why yoga, the philosophy of mind, is by far the most practical and experiential of all the schools and transcends all the others.