The Hindu/Yoga Sun Salutation has no hands-and-knees pose (and no on-the-knees 
pose either, for that matter). 

 

 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 In the Sun Salutation there are twelve yoga poses in a series. Maybe your yoga 
teacher left out a step or two; maybe your book forgot to mention that the 
Surya Namaskar is a praanam, a bowing or prostration to the Sun God. If you are 
confused, just look it up.  
 6. Exhaling, lower your knees, then your chest and then your forehead, keeping 
your hips up and your toes curled under.
 

 Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres - Sun Salutation 
https://www.sivananda.org/teachings/asana/sun-salutation.html 
 
 https://www.sivananda.org/teachings/asana/sun-salutation.html
 
 Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres - Sun Salutation 
https://www.sivananda.org/teachings/asana/sun-salutation.html International 
Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. Founded by Swami Vishnudevananda over 50 years 
ago, we have over 60 yoga centres and ashrams ...


 
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---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 No, there's no such pose in the Sun Salutation. 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 There are a total of twelve asana changes in Surya Namaskara. The standing 
poses are easier, but the difficult pose is where you have to bow down and pray 
facing the sun on your hands and knees. 

 

 Surya Namaskar is a prostration to the Sun God and was taught by Pandit 
Krishnamacharya and popularized by B. K. S. Iyengar and Indra Devi. 
 

 Maybe you should try it someday - it's not complicated. 
 

 How to Practice Sun Salutation-step by step, pose by pose guide:
 

 https://youtu.be/6IUyY9Dyr5w https://youtu.be/6IUyY9Dyr5w

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 Actually, the Hindu/Yoga Sun Salutation has no hands-and-knees pose (and no 
on-the-knees pose either, for that matter.) Just one of your Ooooooopsies, 
Willytex.
 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 You seem to be a beginner at yoga poses but I thought you knew a few things 
about logic. You have just posted another logical fallacy. Go figure.
 

11 Sun Salutation Facts for Beginners 
http://www.artofliving.org/yoga/health-and-wellness/sun-salutation-for-beginners
 
 
 
http://www.artofliving.org/yoga/health-and-wellness/sun-salutation-for-beginners
 
 11 Sun Salutation Facts for Beginners 
http://www.artofliving.org/yoga/health-and-wellness/sun-salutation-for-beginners
 Are you a beginner to Sun Salutation? You would be curious to know all about 
Sun Salutation – how to do it right, when to practice it or how many


 
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 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 Now, *that's* a non sequitur. 

 Nevertheless, the Hindu/Yoga Sun Salutation has no hands-and-knees pose (and 
no on-the-knees pose either, for that matter.) Just one of your Ooooooopsies, 
Willytex.
 

 

 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 
 Non sequitur. It does not follow that, just because you believe something you 
read in a book or online, that yogis do not pray on their hands and knees at 
football games in India. In fact, millions do so at least three times a day.
 

 When you interject a false assumption you commit a logical fallacy. You may be 
just incorrect and uninformed about yoga poses in general. 
 

 Apparently you've never practiced any yoga poses, at least you've never 
mentioned it, since you started posting to the discussion back in 1993. 
 

 Maybe you should re-read all about yoga asanas in MMYs Yoga book - the one 
with the orange cover published by SRM in 1963. It's a six-month course.  
 
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 No, the Hindu/Yoga Sun Salutation has no hands-and-knees pose (and no 
on-the-knees pose either, for that matter.) Just one of your Ooooooopsies, 
Willytex.
 

 And please learn what "non sequitur" means and how it's used. It doesn't mean 
"something I disagree with."
 

 

 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 
 Non sequitur. The practice of yoga was invented in India. Millions of Hindus 
worship the Sun God and this series of poses is regularly practiced in many 
Indian schools. 

 Kundalini Sun Salutation to Experience a Spiritual Awakening 
http://www.yogajournal.com/slideshow/kundalini-sun-salutation-to-experience-a-spiritual-awakening/#4
 
 
 
http://www.yogajournal.com/slideshow/kundalini-sun-salutation-to-experience-a-spiritual-awakening/#4
 
 Kundalini Sun Salutation to Experience a Spiritual Awak... 
http://www.yogajournal.com/slideshow/kundalini-sun-salutation-to-experience-a-spiritual-awakening/#4
 This Kundalini Sun Salutation is tied to reverence and prayer and likely looks 
more like the Sun Salutation the rishis of old might have practiced.


 
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 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 No, the Hindu/Yoga Sun Salutation has no hands-and-knees pose (and no 
on-the-knees pose either, for that matter.) Just one of your Ooooooopsies, 
Willytex. 

 (Tangentially, I'm always amused that nine out of ten times, those who write 
"getting down on their hands and knees" just mean "getting down on their 
knees.")
 

 

 

 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 
 Maybe not in your religion.

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 No hands-and-knees pose in the Sun Salutation. 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 It's just outrageous! All those young people practicing Hindu yoga poses in 
public parks, getting down on their hands and knees to salute the Sun God.

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 Fine, do it off the field in the clubhouse. There's no need to do it in 
public. 

 

 

 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote :

 I believe the article says he prayed *after* the game.
 Growing up, it was normal for coaches to lead teams in prayer, not asking for 
victory but protection from injury for all players and a spirit of good 
sportsmanship.
 






















  








  





  




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