What are the Three Gunas?

Another good image is the see-saw. Our experiences shift back and forth from one end of the see-saw to the other- the highs and lows. High energy- slump. Slump- high energy. The ideal we strive for is balance- the middle of the see-saw. We call this neutrality in Kundalini Yoga. This is sattva guna.

The Way of The Warrior-Saint: To Love Without Condition

In summary? Clear out the crap in your heart- with compassion- so that the new comes in. Make space for the Great Mystery to enter in. Call it what you will. It’s just waiting for an invite. And It’s house-warming gift? Unconditional Love.

The Way of the Warrior-Saint: The Path of Devotion- Īśvarapraṇidhāna

Without delving too deeply into any theology, yoga presupposes a Light that illuminates from beyond: the Ishvara- the Ground of Being. That Ground of Being is a mirror of earthly ‘ground’. It is a deep and richly nutritious soil that upholds us, feeds us, grows us and, of course, receives us when our time is done. Yoga helps us touch that Reality and develop an unshakeable faith in the magic that flows through all life-forms.

The Way of the Warrior-Saint: The Path of Self-Control- Tapas

When we begin to sense and dwell in Soul Nature, we move into a sattvic (pure) state. This is the realm of the Neutral Mind . This is a space from where we can choose to act, and not react. Where we harness our power to be used as we choose. We decide how to spend our energy here. This is a potent place to be and is the result of the development of tapas.