Yoga points towards the infinity that we contain and are contained by. Because it is ultimately fed by this well-spring, Yogic culture is vast, the array of practices employed by yogis is vast and the potentiality for future creative development in the field of Yoga is vast.
Nada Yoga is listening for the subtle background of sound that underlies creation. To listen to sacred music or sit in quiet woodland aware of the subtle sounds of nature against a background of stillness is a help in becoming aware of the first movements toward manifestation.
Sex is perhaps the most problematic of all human activities. The sex drive is a powerful, natural and necessary force of nature: it creates sexual appetite as a matter of course. It cannot be healthily denied. Rather, it must be embraced and navigated consciously. Yet so deep is it in us that it is not easy to recognise and express its simple, natural place in the overwhelming complexity of our modern lives.
Pranayama, it seems, once had a more central place in the practice of yoga than it does these days. While the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are often cited as the core yoga text, what is practiced in the name of yoga nowadays, whether on mat or on cushion, bears a more direct resemblance and relationship to more recent Medieval texts: such as the Hathayoga Pradipika.