NECTAR OF YOGA
"The word "Pura" means a sacred space "temple" in Sanskrit language and in Spanish means "Pure", "Amrita" means the nectar of immortality. It's the nectar that is present in all of living beings, the essence, the source of Life it self, it becomes available in us when we allow our awaking nature to fully reveal it self and we are able to live life from Here and Now, in pure Presence, all spiritual teachings want to give us access to this nectar, that is what we call "The Nectar of Yoga", the final destination of all teachings.
It is from this nectar- pure essence that we give birth to our body of teachings. We have been continuously blessed to have receive guidance and teachings from authentic masters from many different traditions and cultures, that have give us great tools and practices. Sadhana (spiritual practice) is needed from time to time to remove the veils of ignorance and separation. The flower of pure being-ness is endlessly blossoming in us and it is from this richness, from all that we have learned and integrated in our own humble life, that we share this nectar of yoga, welcoming all those who are interesting in living an awaken life and guide others towards it."
Satya and Sahaj
We did not learn from one particular source, but from many teachers, each source of knowledge being our 'Guru' (the one that removes the darkness of ignorance). "Of all our gurus the following are worthy of sharing: Water, Earth, Wind, Space, Moon, Sun, the Sea, and the Arrow maker..." from The Avadhuta Gita.
Water: from water we learn purity and good taste of tastelessness. As water is sweet and pure so is our true self. We should manifest sweetness and purity in our conduct, that's why water is our Guru.
Earth: from earth we learn patience, forgiveness, supporting others without expectation of gratitude we have learned from our Guru the earth.
Wind: the wind blows everywhere, over the flower-beds, deserts, markets, palaces and prisons, without being attached to any one of them, without preference or dislike. So we go everywhere giving blessings of peace, without attachments to any one.
Space: On all pervading space there exist clouds stars planets, dust-storms, and so on, but is not touched by any of them. So is our true nature which pervading in all bodies of men and animals, and all of creation, is untainted by any of them.
Moon: The moon is perfect, in spite of its waning and waxing, which doesn't exist in it, so our true nature ever perfect, in spite of its seeming imperfections, the moon teaches us that.
Sun: As the sun through its rays absorbs water from the earth only to give it back in a cool and pure form, so a self-realized human being take things from the world, not for its own self, but to give them back in a richer and better form, that is what the sun teaches us.
And from the arrow maker, we learn the value of concentration, that no external object or event can disturb us.