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Quite interesting

Hi Ajay,
Isha Yoga is an extremely powerful and effective technique. Frankly speaking, I think you must stick to Isha Yoga itself. In my case, I had already done vipassana and Isha yoga happened just by some circumstances. I think the goal of all paths are the same, its just that we have the liberty to choose the path which appeals to us the most. For example, a person who has tremendous faith will automatically be attracted to the Bhakti marg. Similarly, for someone whom the intellect is very dear will be attracted to Gyan marg and so on.

So unless you have decided to quit Isha yoga, dont think of changing to vipassana. Both Vipassana and Isha Yoga are excellent techniques. Choose any, it does not matter, but ultimately I think you must stick to one :)


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