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Yoga Guru Comes to West Side

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The word "Guru" should not be printed here
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The word "Guru" should not be printed here

“Guru” is a word describing a leader in Avoda Zoroh and should not be printed in the same sentence with the word “Kabalah”
besides this whole Yoga thing in it sourceis avoda zoroh so it should not be practiced at least not in that name
did anyone ask a rav about it??

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I want to post my comment on your article” Yoga Guru Comes to West Side” dated Nov 19, 2008, 03:24 pm Text: It’s all about your intention. “Guru” and “Yoga” are both originated from Sanskrit, which in linguistic Indian language considered a derivative of Sanskrit. “Guru” means “Master” or “teacher” whom who knows something and transmit his or her knowledge or experience to others. “Yoga” means “physical and mental practice”. Both are internationally known terms which commonly used by people as well as medical professionals around the word as reference to a” knowledgeable person” or “ physical or mental exercise”.… Read more »

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