What came to my mind about the stay was the nature and the friendship. I was much closer to nature than I usually am and the place felt like a family or like close friends. I felt very comfortable. It was a period of translation for me, I had just started a new phase in my life and my stay at Tureya yoga is very much a part of that transition towards more consciousness.
I was at Tureya yoga for 1 month in November 2010. I searched the Internet for different ashrams in India, I felt drawn towards it. I had an amazing time there, enjoying the tranquility of the mountains and the beautiful surroundings of the place. Tureya yoga allows few people at a time, which I thought was great because I wanted to be somewhere quiet and peaceful.
Geetha taught in Yoga Therapy, a course I attended while staying there. She is a great teacher and I learned so much from her. She is very knowledgeable and has a great heart and smile. I would recommend everyone to come to tureya yoga, a place to develop your spirituality, practice yoga, to eat healthy food and enjoy the tranquility.
My time spent at Tureya yoga was exactly what I needed: a friendly and peaceful place to recalibrate my life.
I found the place by mere coincidence, and as it turns out, it has become one of the best decisions of my life.
Swamy G was my spiritual guide and loving friend throughout my emotional healing process. Geetha was my day-to-day instructor educating me on yoga psychology., was a fantastic teacher. I thank the Universe each time for bringing me to this place and for placing these people on my path. Till' this day (some 4 1/2 years later) I'm still in contact with this family and my life is so much richer because of this experience.
- I appreciate your guidance into the core of yoga - do things that enrich life. I think of you, Geetha and Adam all the time and am so appreciative of your presence in my life. Your guidance and support is always with me, even when you are physically far away.
Without failure there is no success. Failure is part of success. They are intimately connected. So to cultivate success requires getting comfortable with failure. And this is my medicine. Once I realized this I felt even more freedom. I don't have to identify with being successful; I allow both success and failure to be in my awareness. Was this your intention? Did I miss the boat or hit the nail on the head? In any case, this has proved to be helpful for me. So thank you.
I learned a lot of things in my stay at Tureya yoga.
The most important thing i learned is to be more true and more real. I do not know how to say it in other words: it feels like to sink deeper in myself and in life. Living in the west, I was educated to be strong, successful, fit in a scheme. I was used to be validated for what I did and how i presented it - rather than for what I am.
Before coming to India, I felt my life was a little bit in disorder and I needed some cosmetically cure. After three weeks with you I knew that I did not need a little cure, but I needed to change my perspective to life completely because I was not happy with the way I lived and I felt, and that made me want to change perspective.