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Minute 5: There is no reason not to follow your heart Awake: The Life of Yogananda Minute By Minute

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Minute 5 Script:



HITENDRA WADHWA:

Steve Jobs apparently had only one book on his iPad. Lo and behold, that book turns out to be the Autobiography of a Yogi.

(FEMALE INSTRUCTOR SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

MAS VIDAL:

Yoga, for many, has become something that you do with your body.

But the yogis never taught that.

The way that Yogananda taught yoga, was use the body, you have a body, but it's really about the mind.

Expanding your consciousness.

BIKRAM?

Who am I? Who you are?

Why we came to this Earth as a human?

LI MIAO TSENG:

It's really very easy to get lost in the complexity of life.

FRANCIS CLOONEY:

We're conflicted beings as humans.

One of the deepest things about us is that our lives don't make sense, except in the mystery.

Minute 5 Script:



HITENDRA WADHWA:

Steve Jobs apparently had only one book on his iPad. Lo and behold, that book turns out to be the Autobiography of a Yogi.

(FEMALE INSTRUCTOR SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

MAS VIDAL:

Yoga, for many, has become something that you do with your body.

But the yogis never taught that.

The way that Yogananda taught yoga, was use the body, you have a body, but it's really about the mind.

Expanding your consciousness.

BIKRAM?

Who am I? Who you are?

Why we came to this Earth as a human?

LI MIAO TSENG:

It's really very easy to get lost in the complexity of life.

FRANCIS CLOONEY:

We're conflicted beings as humans.

One of the deepest things about us is that our lives don't make sense, except in the mystery.

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