The foundation of Avita stems from timeless, non-dual principles
Yoga Sutras and the Origination of Avita
Over 2,000 years old the Yoga Sutras hold the keys to yoga practice, which has very little to do with the body and everything to do with the mind! Like many spiritual paths, they point the way to a whole and happy true Self. Why would we want that? Well, the fact is, we don’t want it until we are finally humbled enough to begin getting out of our own way. The ego resists giving up its futile sense of false control. For many, life has to get dark enough to want a better way in mind. But we need not wait for peace! Avita Yoga is one of many paths that lead to this once central goal, lasting peace and the happiness that comes with it.
While rarely discussed outwardly, the sutras are the backbone of Avita. They work because they speak to the mind, not the body. Most interpretations of The Sutras focus on behavioral changes. But carefully read, the Yoga Sutras (like A Course in Miracles) do not ask for behavior modification. However, they ask you to challenge the way you think and how you see the world. The Sutras tell us what needs to change to heal the body and the world around us. They point us toward our shared truth as One. Aldus Huxley perhaps sums it up best: Change your thoughts and change your world. No guessing, just willingness.
The Avita Yoga was borne out of these fundamental principles, often bringing quick, sustainable results.
The Yoga Sutras According to A Course in Miracles
Two paths, one truth. The Yoga Mind combines The Yoga Sutras and A Course in Miracles in a way that allows you to apply their shared universal message directly to your life. Simple and yet profound, this book provides the keys to open the door to true Self! It works.