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Sasya yoga

In Sanskrit, sasya means “plant”. As a tantric yogi, my particular path involves a life style in which I engage intimately with the natural world, particularly the plant kingdom…

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3 Responses to “Sasya yoga”

  1. keshavapuri says:

    good information.
    can you tell us about ekadasi, taoyodasi
    in sasya yoga.
    we would be grate ful to you.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks for the comment – please see this post

  3. Lynn Thompson says:

    I enjoy your style of gardening. I also have to learn to observe nature in my Zone 8b-9b in Arizona. It’s important to work with nature not against it. You can’t make nature do something it can’t do. You use short season crops for your colder climate. I am also looking for short season crops that will mature before our 100 degree weather hits and am looking at gardening with the monsoon season here and in the fall and winter. Summer gardens just don’t work here.

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