2 more videos every yogi needs to see!

Via on Mar 31, 2011

Yogin instinctively know how their thoughts and feelings manifest physical change and evolution. This presentation takes it to the next level.

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About Tobye Hillier

Originally from England, Tobye Hillier has lived in Ireland for over 17 years, living in a small seaside town called Greystones 20 miles south of Dublin. A qualified Karuna yoga teacher (RYT 500), Tobye also plays a pretty darn funky 5-string bass guitar and likes to sing in other peoples' showers. Empathic and intuitive, He likes to bend Yoga to suit people and not the other way around.


One Response to “2 more videos every yogi needs to see!”

  1. Sorry, Tobye, I can't recommend these videos, or I should say the first one. I got through the first four minutes and couldn't take any more after the 10th or 15th example of highly questionable science and gross misleading leaps of unsubstantiated rhetoric.

    I suggest that if you are going to post videos like that you tell us about the source and the background, and provide some critical analysis. Who are these people, for starters?

    If you are not critical, and agree with everything here, that's fine, too, of course. But in my opinion, you should then at least recognize to the reader that this is in the realm of speculation and belief, and not make it sound like science or accepted Yoga. (Come to think about it, I guess you didn't really say this. You let the video speak for itself, so I assumed these were your views, too, perhaps falsely.)

    I found the narrator's tone of certainty about highly speculative statements to be the most disturbing aspect of the first video.

    That's my opinion. Let's see what others think. Please talk me out of this if you disagree.

    Bob W.
    Yoga Editor

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