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Yoga cannot be reduced to the indiscretions of a few like in the article “Yoga and Sex Scandals” nor can it be reduced to the negative consequences mentioned in the article “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body”. (both articles in the New York Times), but I don’t think William Broad, the author of those articles, is trying to do that either. Both articles are a bit one sided and don’t really mention the true devotion of millions who practice safely and without scandal, but I don’t think he is trying to turn people off from yoga. I think what he is intending is to cultivate awareness about some things that are very hard to deal with, when our gurus or leaders fall from the pedestal we have put them on and students get hurt both physically and emotionally.
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