Can Yoga Offer New Perspectives on Overcoming Addiction?

The underlying search is for connection; this is what yoga focuses on.

with Tommy Rosen

On this episode of In The Circle, I join Anand Mehrotra from the Sattva Yoga Academy in Rishikesh, India, to discuss a topic I strongly believe in—addiction and recovery through the Yoga-Vedantic approach. Anand Mehrotra is a world-renowned visionary master, evolutionary thought leader, and entrepreneurial and social change trailblazer. He is the founder and master teacher of Sattva Yoga and Sattva Yoga Academy. 

Amazing things happen whenever we get a chance to look at addiction through the lens of yoga.

I have found it profoundly necessary in our modern approach to addiction to start to bring in some of these new perspectives. We allow ourselves to gain further knowledge by working to expand our understanding of addiction and bring to light the innate quest for bliss and connection that is the drive of the human experience. 

The state of Yoga, which means Union, which means the Lack Of Addiction.

– Tommy Rosen, In The Circle Podcast

Tommy discusses:

  • The integration of Yoga and Recovery
  • Human nature and its role in addiction
  • The power of sharing personal experiences and transformation
  • The need for humans to give a form to God
  • The need for continual adaptation and innovation in recovery practices

Addiction is Part of Everyone’s Journey, But Recovery is Not.

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