The Universal Yoga Tradition

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Blavatsky Lecture 1988

‘… there have been the few in every age and culture who have searched within themselves for the source of light and goodness, not lured by the empty outer forms of religion or by sterile theological speculation. Their quest, in relation to which neither conventional codes of good behaviour nor religious dogmas have relevance, found its most lucid expression in the discipline called Yoga.The tradition of yoga, contrary to common belief, is not confined to India, and it is not an esoteric activity into which only a few can gain entry.’

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