- Spirituality and religion are different concepts, with religion referring to a specific set of beliefs, practices, and rituals, and spirituality encompassing a broader sense of connection to something greater than oneself.
- Yoga has its roots in Hinduism but has evolved into a secular practice accessible to people of all faiths and beliefs.
- Yoga is often viewed as a spiritual practice due to its emphasis on self-awareness, inner transformation, and connection to something greater than oneself.
- Yoga does not prescribe a specific set of beliefs or rituals and can be adapted to fit a wide range of spiritual and religious perspectives.
- The idea that "Yoga is the grammar of all spiritualities" suggests that yoga is a foundational practice that can support and enhance spiritual growth and development, regardless of one's specific faith or belief system.
- Yoga provides a framework for self-inquiry and self-awareness that can help individuals deepen their spiritual practice and connect more fully with their true selves and the world around them.
- By concentrating on the integration of body, mind, and spirit, yoga can help individuals access deeper levels of consciousness and develop a more understanding of spirituality.
I might agree but how are you defining "yoga".
I am thinking also of Perennial philosophy - Wikipedia
Truth be told, I don't technically have a religion, nor do I subscribe to any known scripture or dogma... But I very much believe in God and I practice yoga...