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10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (3/3)

Image by Okan Caliskan from Pixabay In the previous two articles (part 1 and part 2), I shared the first six ethical principles of Classical Yoga which can be helpful to more Conscious Leadership. Here are the four more to have a complete picture: 7. Santosha: Contentment Santosha is the art of contentment. No matterContinue reading “10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (3/3)”

10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (2/3)

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay In a first article, I shared the first three ethical principles of Classical Yoga which can be helpful to more Conscious Leadership. Here are three more: 4. Brahmacharya: Chastity One of my mentors, Michel Vallier, used to say: “I don’t take my meat where I take my bread.” BehindContinue reading “10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (2/3)”

10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (1/3)

Around 1600 years ago, the Indian sage Patañjali explained how one can attain the state of Samadhi, a state of liberation, by practicing the Yoga Sutras, the 8 limbs of Yoga: “[…] yama (abstinences), niyama (observances), asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breath control), pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses), dharana (concentration of the mind), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (absorption). However, its main aim is kaivalya, discernment of purusha, the witness-conscious, as separate from prakriti, the cognitive apparatus,Continue reading “10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (1/3)”

Finding a place to live you can call “Home”

Image by peter_pyw from Pixabay Cultural Fit Cultural Research and Anthropology are interesting fields to look at when one wonders about where to live in the world. A leader in the field, Geert Hofstede, developed a model describing 6 dimensions to characterize a culture: Individualism: “Individualism is the extent to which people feel independent, as opposed toContinue reading “Finding a place to live you can call “Home””

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