Jai is used throughout the Vedic culture as a greeting.
The sum of all the descriptions of this word does not equal its total meaning.
Here are some of the words that serve as components fulfilling its definition: victory, celebration, salutations with honor and respect, divine acknowledgment, and well-wishes.
This exquisite Sanskrit expression naturally directs grace and glory towards another.
Jai to You!
Pleasure and privilege will describe the sentiments of one serving as a teacher and representing the illustrious Art of Vedic Yoga Bodywork.
In the Vedic culture we have the Sutra, The Bhagavad Gita.
This seven-hundred verse conversational poem is known as the ‘Song of God’.
The Bhagavad Gita is part of an epic royal story, some twelve times the volume of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, wherein we find an understanding of the nature of the primordial soul and its association with divine love.
The story of The Bhagavad Gita illuminates our person and our original sacred constitution. Dwelling within us, even now, as ecstatic devotion and service and with inconceivable beauty and compassion, this knowledge is conveyed to us.
Similar to ten thousand suns rising in the sky at once, The Bhagavad Gita informs us that we are fulfilling our identity and destiny as family members in a magnificent universal heritage of spirit.
Vedic Yoga Bodywork blesses us to re-member our character as spirit-soul.
We re-member now to remember that we are both not our body and not not our body.
Achinta-beda-abeda-tattva means simultaneously one and different.
The practice or Tapasya of Vedic Yoga Bodywork asana-postures bestows upon our consciousness a transcendent awareness.
Hence we become what we are: eternal, unrelenting light and joy!
We become softened and our heart’s real nature reflects a warm luminescent radiance.
Vedic Yoga Bodywork actualizes self-realization, the goal and purpose of life.
Vedic medical bodywork truly sanctifies.
Please accept my most sincere expression of gratitude. The intention being a gesture of divine recognition of the true self in each of us, it is with the spirit of awe and reverence this information is presented,