Karma Yoga & Karuna – Compassion for the people of Nepal

Karuna - Compassion for the people of Nepal

Karuna – Compassion for the people of Nepal

Karuna – Compassion, tenderness. It also implies devoted action to alleviate the suffering of the afflicted ones. (Light on Yoga, B.K.S Iyengar)

Karma Yoga – selfless action for the good of others

Practice karuna (compassion) and karma yoga to help the thousands of people in Nepal affected by the earthquake.

Please pray and donate NOW! Here is a link to the British Red Cross http://www.redcross.org.uk/en/What-we-do/Emergency-response/Current-emergency-appeals/Nepal-Earthquake-Appeal

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Karma Yoga

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Karma Yoga

Karma (KAR-muh) – means action, cause and effect.

Karma yoga is selfless action for the good of others.

Karma yoga – the achievement of union with the Supreme Universal Soul through action. (B.K.S. Iyengar)

What does Karma Yoga mean to you?  Think about how you practice Karma Yoga? How does it make you feel?  Do you find Karma Yoga easy to practice or is it a challenging practice?

Amity Yoga Saturday’s are an ideal opportunity to practice Karma Yoga. Think about how Karma Yoga benefits our whole group. Reflect on how you can contribute with using Karma Yoga during our yoga day.

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