“If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is – infinite.”
One of Bruno’s main concern is to pass the yogatradition on in its pristine form and purity and through that re-discover and preserve it.
Bruno himself: “Yoga should not add more suffering to our life. Yoga actually helps us to recognise the cause(s) of our suffering and unhappiness through developing a deep understanding of life and living itself, brought about by awareness, mindfulness and an acquired ability to let go of past experiences and impressions, trying to be, to live in the here and now. Its techniques and practices are there to diminish pain, suffering or misery and to move towards true, profound inner calmness, contentment, lightness, cheerfulness and eventually perhaps even bliss in our daily encounters with ourselves and others. Yoga enables us to work through our pain and to move towards the light within. Yoga is process-work! It helps us to face the demands of life itself, and to step with both feet right into life and take responsibility for everything that comes our way. So to say with both feet on the ground and beyond all thought in ‘heaven’ (Sahasrara Chakra – symbolising the state of enlightenment). Or in the words of Tich Nhat Hanh ‘The real miracle is not to walk on water or in thin air, but to walk upon the earth’.
I truly hope that my efforts as a yogateacher can contribute to that aim, hoping to inspire each person that comes my way to move from the periphery and artificialities of life back to their own source within, the realisation of their own true – divine – nature!”