Dear Friends and fellow members of the International Centered Yoga Association.
Before I present the following lecture given more than seventy years ago I would like to ask: ‘What is Centered Yoga?’
Probably to each one of us the answer is different.
In agreement with the following lecture I have always felt that being ‘centered’ is to have the courage, or the ‘intelligence’, or the ‘genes’ to stand on one’s own feet, to look at the world and then use one’s discernment to decide what is the ‘truth’ and what is not. To have the courage to have one’s own thoughts and opinions without fear of being ‘outcast’.