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Sep2016

Comment: a very intelligently written article...from the depths of personal experience...awesomely enlightening ..in a heartwarming way!
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Aug2016

Comment: U seem to have found the elixir of life! Happy for u and all u will touch.
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Jul2016

Comment: Nice article. Very inspiring. Someday I would also like to become a trainer. If i get a chance to learn from you even better 😊
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Jun2016

Comment: Very inspiring article.
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Jun2016

Comment: Only when there is a quest we truely understand path of spirituality. Glad to know of your connect with yoga as a whole practice. Beautifully summarized yoga philosophy. Sending you way lot of peace & love:)
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Jun2016

Comment: Very beautifully written. A true example of.... Yoga is a way of life. Thank you for sharing.
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Jun2016

Comment: Very well written, learnt about the yoga in a simple way...
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21

Jun2016

Comment: Yoga explained in very simple terms...very well written
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21

Jun2016

Comment: Well written article in a simple way. Agree that yoga is more than assad.
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21

Jun2016

Comment: Thought provoking! Specially, the lucid way of explanation along with breaking commonly held myths would actually project/promote 'yoga' as part of holistic lifestyle rather than fad or some kind of temporary engagement. Please keep sharing more on these lines..
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Jun2016

Comment: Simple and honest writing and hence very concincing.
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20

Jun2016

Comment: Well begun is half done...wish you all the best in this quest to discover the beautiful world...
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20

Jun2016

Comment: Very well written
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20

Jun2016

Comment: Very well explained! Thank you for sharing!
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20

Jun2016

Comment: Very well written Sucharita . Jayesh
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20

Jun2016

Comment: With you in every word, in spirit and in thought. Answers are already there, enveloping and engaging us all the time. Seek the right question. Answers will unlock in a tick.
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Jun2016

Comment: Loved reading your article , very inspiring.
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20

Jun2016

Comment: very informative and easy to read and relate
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20

Jun2016

Comment: Wow. Portrayed in an amazingly simple way. Connects powerfully with the reader as it is not a long pravachan but every individuals story - we have all been or will be in that space. Thank you.
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20

Jun2016

Comment: A well grromed healthy mind portrayin' the real story of yoga. Very informative piece...will share it.
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20

Jun2016

Comment: It's a very sincere and beautifully written piece
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20

Jun2016

Comment: Very informative and very well written. Will certainly help many to follow the Yoga way of life.
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