About Metta Yoga

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metta yoga, mettayoganet, kundalini yoga, yoga teacher, yoga of awarenessHi there, or Sat Nam as we Kundalini Yogis say. I’m Tiaga Nihal Kaur and a KRI Certified Teacher of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. I’m the owner of mettayoga.net and a devoted Buddhist Yogi living in Oslo in Norway.  I’m 35 years old, I have always dreamt of becoming a Yoga teacher since my childhood and serve to help people that struggle with Mental Health, such as Social Anxiety and Depression and Chronic illnesses. That was the main reason why I started practicing Yoga in the first place. To help myself. Now I want to continue sharing my knowledge and my insights with you on my website.

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kundalini yoga, mettayoganet, mettayoga, yogateacher, tiaganihalkaur, How did it all begin? About a couple of years ago I started reading about Metta (Loving-kindness) Which is a Buddhist Meditation on bringing the awareness of self-love and loving-kindness towards all sentient beings. The importance of self-love was the reason which resulted in the birth of mettayoga.net  

My mission is to cultivate well-being and with the journey of discovering the self with Yoga as my tool, I want to share loving-kindness and spread the light on how Yogic Technology can unite the Mind, Body, and Soul into oneness. The sole purpose of Metta Yoga is to raise awareness of mindful activities of the day to day life so we can live in good health, with ourselves and others.

Metta is a Sanskrit word which means loving-kindness. Metta refers to that which has good will. True Metta is devoid of self-interest. It evokes within a warm-hearted feeling of fellowship, sympathy, and love, which grows boundless with practice and overcomes all social, religious, racial, political and economic barriers.

Metta is indeed a universal, unselfish and all-embracing love.

May all beings be happy.
May they live in safety and joy.
All living beings,
Whether weak or strong,
Tall, stout, average or short,
Seen or unseen, near or distant,
Born or to be born,
May they all be happy.

–  from the Metta Sutta, Sutta Nipata I.8

Why did I start with Yoga in the first place? Read my first post “Yoga The Perfect Companion” to know me on a more personal level.

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If you love Yoga and are head over heels in love with mindfulness, revolutionizing your inner well-being and learning new things about yourself, and cultivate loving-kindness, you will feel right at home here. You are more than welcome to ask me questions and contact me here. I have a lot of free resources for you to stay healthy, happy and holy here.

Stay happy, healthy and holy. 

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Thanks for reading!

With loving kindness,
Tiaga Nihal Kaur,

Namaste ॐ

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