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Kamlesh D. Patel

Kamlesh Patel is the world teacher of Heartfulness, and the fourth spiritual Guide in the Sahaj Marg system of Raja Yoga. He oversees Heartfulness centers and ashrams in over 130 countries, and guides the thousands of certified Heartfulness trainers who are permitted to impart Yogic Transmission under his care. Known to many as Daaji, he is also an innovator and researcher, equally at home in the inner world of spirituality and the outer world of science, blending the two into transcendental research on the evolution of consciousness, and expanding our understanding of the purpose of human existence to a new level.
July 1, 2021
The art of removing and creating habits – part 7
DAAJI continues his series on refining habits, in the light of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga and current scientific and yogic principles and practices. Last month, he explored the final Yama, the virtue of aparigraha, which means the removal of possessiveness, greed, and focus on material gain. This month he moves to the Niyamas – those positive... View Article
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June 1, 2021
The art of removing and creating habits – part 6
DAAJI continues his series on refining habits, in the light of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga and current scientific and yogic principles and practices. Last month, he shone a light on the habit of moderation, brahmacharya, exploring the way our senses interface with our feelings and desires. This month, he focuses on the final Yama, the virtue... View Article
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April 30, 2021
The art of removing and creating habits – part 5
DAAJI continues his series on refining habits, in the light of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga and current scientific and yogic principles and practices. Last month, he shone some light on the habit of stealing, asteya, exploring the spectrum of theft and lack versus generosity and abundance. This month, he focuses on the fourth Yama, brahmacharya, which... View Article
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April 1, 2021
The art of removing and creating habits – part 4
Last month, DAAJI explored the yogic wisdom around creating the habit of truth and authenticity, by studying the second Yama, known as satya. This month, he focuses on the third Yama – asteya, meaning to remove the habit of stealing and taking anything that is not ours. GENEROSITY & NOT STEALING Previously, we have explored... View Article
April 2021
February 28, 2021
The art of removing and creating habits – part 3
Last month, DAAJI explored the yogic wisdom on how to create the habit of peace and compassion, by studying the first Yama, known as ahimsa or non-violence. In part 3, he focuses on the second Yama – satya, the habit of truthfulness. TRUTH & AUTHENTICITY Let’s first remind ourselves of how the Yamas and Niyamas... View Article
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February 1, 2021
The art of removing and creating habits – part 2
PEACE & COMPASSION Last month, DAAJI introduced us to ways to change our behavior patterns and habits according to the wisdom and practices of Yoga – traditionally known as the Yamas and Niyamas. This month he focuses on the first Yama, known as ahimsa or non-violence. In the field where PEACE prevails It fascinates me... View Article
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