Welcome to the Yoga Sūtra and Associated Texts Study and Freenotes

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Welcome to the Yoga Texts & Freenotes Textual Studies resource aspect of the Yoga Studies website.
It offers six primary routes for Yoga Sūtra & Associated Yoga Texts study and practice Freenotes
with easily searchable key words, related concepts and cross references, as a complement to both:

The Student based Workshop and Course Modules from the Art of Personal Sādhana Study Programme
The Open Source Community Yoga related Resources freely downloadable within Dharma Downloads
From Paul’s Yoga Studies in India over 23 years with students of T Krishnamacharya.

The Yoga Sūtra and Associated Yoga Texts Study and Freenotes resources focus around:

These linked resources will be each further developed through added interpretations, commentaries and notes from my studies in all these areas with my root Yoga teacher TKV Desikachar, along with further studies of the Yoga Sūtra and Sāṃkhya Kārikā with S Ramaswami and the Haṭha Yoga Pradīpikā with AG Mohan, the two longest serving non-family students of the eminent Śrī T Krishnamacharya.

Furthermore, as an additional resource, key and related words, along with associated posts from the:

will be linked through the online Yoga Texts Database, with its Saṃskṛta glossary with word meaning and textual cross references.

These resources are offered with gratitude for all that this learning has helped lead me towards.

The cYs Journal Page will keep you up to date with the latest input. Updates will also be posted on Paul’s Facebook and Twitter pages, or you can subscribe to receive notification of latest postings via an email subscription on the cYs Journal Home page.

The mastery of Yoga must not be measured simply by the ability to master the techniques of Yoga like asana and pranayama, but how it influences our day to day living, how it ehances our relationships and how it promotes clarity and peace of mind.” TKV Desikachar

"To dare is to lose one's footing momentarily.
To not dare is to lose oneself."

Soren Kierkegaard