Using the Thought and Emotion Tracker
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Svadhaya: Study of the Self, by the Self

A shift in paradigm is a process that requires patience. The first step necessary in fixing anything is to understand what is currently not working. In order to have power over a problem, you need to identify it, and name it. When you know what is stopping your from realizing your full potential, you have a greater understanding about what you need to do in order to arise victorious. This tutorial will help you identify and name all the thoughts and emotions that percolate through your psyche. By doing this exercise on a daily basis, in a few weeks you will know exactly who you are, what you want, and why you are not getting it. Are you ready?

Purpose Of This Course

If you are here then we take that you have read and understood Yoga Sutras 1 to 4. If you have not read them then please go back and do so because this part makes much more sense once you have a firm grasp of the first four sutras.

This course will show you how to use the basic features of the Thought and Emotion Tracker while giving you an insight on how it facilitates the whole process of Yoga. Please keep in mind that this is just the start and Yoga is a life long process.

Yoga - Reinstating Supernatural Potential

We humans are born endowed with supernatural ability but through our interactinon with matter, which we know as life, the memory of our remarkable capacity is polluted and forgotten. In time, habit takes away from us our natural ability, which we today know as ‘Supernatural.’ Since habit requires no creative resources, the supernatural and extrasensory abilities are burried under the mind. The deprecating means to perceive reality through the five senses are more than enough to sustain a habitual and ordinary existence. Yoga is the journey of detoxifying the mind to reveal the all powerful and loving consciousness once again.

The heart of Yoga practice involves understanding, channelling, mastering, and neutralizing (nirodha) painful energy patterns(klesha-s) within the mind (chitta), and transforming them into a meaningful and compassionate reality. This is known as (svadhaya) - Study of the Self, by the Self.

As you gradually peel away the mind, the underlying consciousness is revealed. The powers of extrasensory faculties such as insight, instinct, and intuition, plus the Yogic siddhis (omnipresense, omnipotence, and omniscience) are enhanced to the exact degree the consciousness is revealed.


In all Yoga tutorials, we refer to 'Extrasensory Perceptions' as our faculties of intuition, insight, and instinct while the 'Supernatural' abilities are linked to Omnipresence, Omnipotence, and Omniscience.