Anarchy Vs Yoga

  • Posted on: 14 June 2017
  • By: Fauve Noir

Have we just got gently fucked by Yoga, and its evermore affluent soft power?

The biggest and most successful cult these days, next to Capital of course, is Yoga. Yoga isn't only practice, but religion on its own... carrying a set of values, behavioral principles, representations about the Self and the Other, and also a very obvious set of metaphysical beliefs.

No matter how unsubstantial... these are, at least in Yoga as a yuppie cult; as a remnant of the bullshit neo-orientalism of the '70s promoted by now-billionnaire rock stars; as devoid of spirit, desire and sensibility as those suburban proles practicing it. It is, by design, their hidden religion.

I swear that anarchists, especially on the "American" continents, have lost to yoga. It is at least 50x times bigger, trendier, more resourceful, more appealing for so many reasons -personal to impersonal- and above that, it does what anarchist doesn't: being a cultural, physical and spiritual practice which defines identity, referents and builds relations.

It didn't just beat anarchism, but also is as we speak beating christianity, judaism, satanism, scientology, islam may be its next target, as well as it is having a decisive edge against most if not all of the defined countercultures. It eradicates at the trunk (not the roots of course) the manufactured social "need" for a counterculture, in how it entertains social mechanisms of integration, through a regular ritual of liquidation of the stresses caused by social constraints, exploitation and discrimination. It is a fascinating (and not to say fascizing) form of self and communal pacification that does not require drugs.

Sexuality isn't as much repressed in Yoga as in christianity, or violently asserted as in satanism, but it is shunned in its own paradoxical ways. It is on the contrary openly asserted upfront, while muffled and silenced... with females showing all of their gorgeous curves to near-nakedness while the post-hippie macho men will happily expose their muscular, tanned torsos while doing their figures. Yet yoga sessions, at least outside of India, are not known as theatres for sexual orgies, neither the sexual attitudes appear to be openly accepted, at least on the surface. It is a fool's secret that many yoga positions can also double as intricate sexual positions that may appear vulgar (or otherwise tempting!) to the eyes of Victorian liberal Westerners, but this never surfaces upfront during Yoga sessions.

The relation with suffering is given a comparable function than in Christianity. Pain is seen as a necessary path to elevation and well-being; as the path to wisdom. Anarchism has no stance about pain, unless when the source of this pain is identified and validated as originating in State or authoritarian repression or persecution, then the pain becomes a something that is resisted, by any means available. Yoga and Christianity are accepting pain, each in their own special way that is related to their respective metaphysical beliefs. In Christianity it is something to go through towards reaching enlightement, and in Yoga it is something to flee, or transcend away from.

As in christianity as well, selflessness is seen as the ultimate principle. But where christianity promotes expiation, labor, self-sacrifice and self-torture as a remedy against the egoist tendencies, Yoga seeks to make people avoid -hypocritically of course- the very manifestations of this ego. Moreso, it appears to be forbidding the very ego by sweeping it under the communal rug of the totality, or the crowd culture, in better flowing ways than the robotic Left and Christianity does.

It is socialistic in essence and manifestation. In an extremely totalitarian manner that appears to be lacking any violently repressive component (if you avoid the fact that tons of yoga practicionners may be cops, or careless crushers of non-human animals in their daily lives), and
gives the impression of being part of a global community with no ends or limitations, no borders and no inequities.

Just as in socialism, it is pushing the lie of egoist desires as not being created by a greater social cult (Capital) or the conditions it creates, and equally denigrates individualism as some ideological Satan, that is causing imbalace and bad baaad greed and desires in the world, corrupting us from our true collective hive-mind (the "global consciousness") that is yet to be reached, but is also being reached, as a self-fulfilling prophecy.

To that regard, there might be something fascistic in Yoga's homogeneization of behavior and affect, but that's a book I'll spare from witing at the moment. It is also just as fascistic as the sports culture, the equally mind-warped cult of the Car, the hipsters... (well you get the rest, I'm tired of this shit)

Yoga socially serves also as a resource for not only mating and reproducing, building family ethos out of this reproduction of human consumer-slaves; but also it is may provide with countless opportunities for business and commercial networking, knowledge-sharing and building peer networks.

Yoga could be seen as Bakunin's wet dream at first glace, as a half-secret society of flattened mutuality that is deprived of any consistent hierarchy and does not require beliefs about any projecte deities or the Afterlife, at least in the conventional sense. Yet it is also commercial and class-restrictive -for being always expensive, even with occasional free sessions- in such a way that it tends to help social cleansing by asserting one specific sporty/clean liberal suburban culture, smoothly and nicely crushing other cultures on its path.

Yoga sure is global and while it suffers from the typical misgivings and clichés of neo-New Age Western orientalism, is it perhaps the oldest and richest religion known to man. Vedic poems were referring to its origins in the past tense.

Yoga, above this, is anarchistic, as far as structures and political relations go... based on the teachings, fashions and edicts of a myriad of gurus and teachers, has a plethora of schools and traditions, rooted in different religions of ancient India. It has no known central authority, and not even any mainline tradition, aside than doing physical figures.

Yet to me Yoga is repulsive for -beyond the social privilege it celebrates- not be willing to adress real problems in the real world, for attempting to flee from contradictions, violences, oppression and
despotisms just like it does with pain... with a faint smile of calm, dispassionate, careless and mindless self-satisfaction, felt in a void. We are taught, verbally or in the practice, that these oppressions and violences, as well as the sickness and hardships affecting people, actually do not exist... that they are only affecting one low (lumpen? lower caste?) level of our being.

Beyond being cryptically classist, it is also quite obviously ableist... usually appealing to able-bodied and psychologicaly "sane" people. Hell... it even seems like to be able to reach well-being through Yoga, you'll need -beyond a nice career- to be already feeling well! I wouldn't be suggesting some person weighting 500 pounds or suffering from some type of paralysis, or severe neural disorder to be doing Yoga as a therapy, even if you may see some surprising results for those disabled people willing to go through this.

It teaches people to only build themselves better, nicer, more comfortable bubbles (or extra globular layer) than those society already makes for them to enclose themselves into, through the commodity system. All in better atomized comfort, together yet separate, as usual. Prison cells that cannot be escaped, because they are turned as the perfect setting for reaching personal well-being through liquidation of suffering. This is Yoga when it comes to its political purpose in the West, and beyond. As a powerful tool for social control. One that is coveted upon, and participatory just like any other religion.

So next to this... how is anarchism going? Okay I know... we're quite fucking irrelevant at the moment. But are we completely doomed just yet? Got a plan for us to challenge or palliate to Yoga, beyond directly attacking it in some insurgent way... Or perhaps there are practices, structures and forms for anarchy that we could develop more tenuously in real life?

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Sure it's mouthed within rulling normative structures, but then again so is feminism and I don't see the leftard anarchist putting at least a time out on the big F. The context of yoga is what matters not yoga itself. It can either be part of an anarchic life and activity or a civilized domesticated one.

The important thing to mention is the fact that yoga has succeeded in being a PRACTICING ACTIVITY. Something that anarchy lacks being so prismed within the logic of positions and solutions. What anarchy should try to do is create everyday forms of thinking and acting upon the world much like yoga and zen.

Also, quit with the ableist nonsense, it offends my Nietzschean love for vitality, it probably also offends the people you claim to speak for who want the same thing. The disabled don't actually want to hold back the abled or make them feel a false sense of guilt. Active sympathy for the ill constituted is one of those no nos Nietzsche correctly condemns.

This essay says more about the alienation experienced by the writer than anything else. Anarchism is more relevant these days, not less. Tilting at windmills, lost in the trees. I say this as a disabled anarchist who couldn't give less of a fuck about the cult of yoga. Cults don't matter until they grow a militant wing, like Sea.org or the Aum cult.

I mean sure, you can use the commodification of a set of spiritual ideas and exercises as a case study in the way that modern society subsumes everything but lets not get carried away.

...but given how the anarchists I've known on this part of the continent take themselves so seriously like stiff military officers, that's well within the spectrum my expectations.

This ain't about taking down the Yoga cult. I couldn't care less about Yoga yuppies (or "Yogpies"... cute, no?), as less as juggalos, yatching afficionadoes, NASCAR fans, Quebec nationalists and other wasteful idiots. Like I don't give a flying fuck... and don't think any anarchist should bother neither, but thanks answering my bottom question.

People are desperate in joining some cultish crowd. They want community, and any community, as the early Appelistes said (no matter how much I've been hating this cult). Doesn't matter where it goes... where it seeks to be going... what it even means... Nobody cares, and that's basically the very reason why they keep crowding up. Because the world around is abhorrent and disgusting, full of lies and deceit, but they don't want to be left behind in this sea of carelessness. These are the people who're afraid of death. They wanna become somebodies out of the fear of realization of their own irrelevance in the universe (fayk... we're really just planet dust).

If the anarchism you think to be more relevant these days is the critical position against all of the bullshit that is fed to us, then of course it is much relevant. But at the end of the day, what matters is the solutions put into practice, set in motion, as alternative to the existing hierarchies and power dynamics. Why the so-called proles keep ending up rallying with these dominant solutions after a moment of "teenage rebellion", is intrinsically because this very rebellion has never aimed at becoming the openings or ruptures they pretended to lean towards.

And wait... I'm alienated?

Neo: "Whoa."

Yeah ... the whole thing is just you staring at a sea of morons and rambling about it, making apples and oranges comparisons. Now that you've told me, it's apparently supposed to be funny too! Glad you told me!

But don't beat yourself up, Rydra isn't funny either

It's not a "sea of morons" as much as it is the sea of moronism that makes them morons. As in religion, nationalism and other pastoral commodity cultures that keep people dumb and demotivated by any serious matters.

Have to disagree on that. The egg comes before the chicken IMHO. But don't confuse me for a typical intellectual high horse, I'm a wage-slaving, lumpenprole, petty criminal with no delusions of grandeur and I find the rare, smart people equally frustrating for different reasons.

To become aware of this bullshit global value system, the proles are gonna have to do it incrementally, its not like a NASCAR fan is gonna start taking an interest in pottery and flower arrangement overnight, you start with some indoor potplants in his garage, introduce him to Miike Snow and get rid of the heavy rock, some yoga instead of bench pressing at the local gym, some cooking for the wife for a change, etc.

Most yoga of the fashionable variety has forgotten its main precept, which is self-control mind over emotion and over instinct. And these yuppie morons pay for it. Everything can be yoga, if you like, just take cigarette smokers for instance, a really good exercise in yoga for them and it will actually save them money, is go cold-turkey, AND STAY CALM AND GO ABOUT YOUR LIFE as if nothing has happened at the same time. THAT is yoga. All this freakin'mystique, about oooohoo, esoteric chanting, make sure when you sit in the lotus position your index and thumb are forming a circle, OR, when take a deep breath, try not to pop your head out of your ass whilst you exhale,,,,,,,

And anarchy can be like giving up smoking coldturkey without losing control. Escaping the desires which imprison your free spirit, from which everything flows, a bit like zen.

"Most yoga of the fashionable variety has forgotten its main precept, which is self-control mind over emotion and over instinct."

Uh, do you actually think the mind doesn't create emotion or isn't instinctual?!

The mind creates pain which overrides lesser influences and conditions, and creates fear.

"Yoga and Christianity are accepting pain, each in their own special way that is related to their respective metaphysical beliefs. In Christianity it is something to go through towards reaching enlightement, and in Yoga it is something to flee, or transcend away from."
No wrong, sort of correct(if you're a crypto Christian ;), yes I'll pay that just, no wrong, and sort of correct! Christianity wallows in psychological pain (anguish) and self-pity, it has no goal of enlightenment, but rather a redemption, which is a saving from original sin (mythical horror mind), its a complete negative of enlightenment, in a way one could call it an acceptance, or resignation would be more accurate, but yoga conquers pain, stick your hand in the fire and will yourself not to feel the pain, conquer the kneejerk reflex and instinctual tendency (helpful if you're one of those morons who lashes out and beats up his girlfriend when she calls him gay cos he can't get a hard-on ;) ). Sorry about the last sentence, I couldn't help it after emile's brilliant joke,,,,

look edgemeister, just take a deep breath, chill out, relax, get up from the computer and stretch a little...oh crap you're almost doing yoga, self-destruct immediately before it fascicizes you!!

Good someone sees where the REALLY important fascist violence is growing. Yoga class!

The violence of Yoga is a shadow image of its inherent rejection of violence; it is delegated and carried through intermediairies, in the shape of a perfected Police State where the line between cops and collaborating citizens is as blurry as the difference between a half-empty jar and an half-filled jar.

This is analog to the hippies in regards to fascists... they just let it happen under their very noses with a smile then wither away from it. Because it's fine and nobody cares anyways. Then probably when/if shit gets ugly, they'll be going White Rose, only to get raped, tortured and executed later.

And perhaps if you and your comrades would quit being edgelords yourselves, treating "strangers" like me as near-enemies or frienemies and attempting to manage me, instead of just treating me as one of your friends, your fight against the neofascist bogeymen would have been more successful. But here I'm just referring to some shitty elitist tendencies in my milieu, so it may not apply to the people in your town...

It's pointless to antagonize me, I ain't anywhere near an edgelord IRL. More like a person with many shortcomings and nasty tendencies that are a pain to overcome. Moreso... you hardly can break someone who's already broken.

AVOID THE JESUS FREAKS AT ALL COSTS ! ! !

Okay thanks for the tip bro. But really you didn't had to shout...

You didn't even say anywhere what you think yoga is (besides fascist). Like most who prattle against 'religion' you only really seem to be talking about xtianity. Meanwhile I'm no scenester 'bogeyman' or fan of this board, but your lack of antipathy toward neofascism is interesting...also no one is trying to 'break you', again, chill the f out.

Because I wrote "neofascist bogeymen", correct? Well in a way, while being a real existing socio-political problem that has made several victims already, the neofascism is also being presented as a bogeymen by the current Left liberal antifascist, in a way that is turning a blind eye on all the social and historical factors that gave it power, its roots. I haven't seen it being presented and explained for what it is... and that they should be exposed on the public place, for all to see.

Today's fascists are mostly disgruntled brutish people with poor intellectual and ethical values (as in the case of the few "educated" ones) or aptitudes (as in the case of the boneheads), but who're deeply-programmed by this ugly suburban culture, centered around industrial work (yes) and driving trucks. They can be found lurking in some conservative labor unions too at some point, just like those nationalist unions in Ukraine, but Churches, usually independent from ROC or other big organizations, appear to be their above-ground meetup spots. If you aren't lucky they'll also be related to the biker gangs and mafias, but the association's not always a given.

But I feel that what we've been served with is an inflated externalization that doesn't appear to be well representative of its reality... Just like the anticaps usual description of the "capitalists",,, which seems always limited to the "bosses and bankers".

You still don't wanna address, after years, decades, that what you gotta fight isn't only in the external spooks you're projecting on others, but also within that very tendency at projecting spooks on others who are definitely NOT your enemy, where you could just allow for direct f2f talk with those outside your circle. It's been months since I had the chance to talk with some active antifa. How long ago did the neofascists or nationalists have been talking to their pals? I think they do that at least every week, at their church gatherings.

I'm not really sympathetic to xtianity as much as many other religions. It's just my cultural background, and no I cannot just erase it because one morning I realized it's mostly a bunch of bad ideas. lso "religion" is a concept that's far more inclusive than you may think, as the etymology refers to some kind of practice of commons. Anarchists and especially the commies are a religion already. Anyways organized religions feel mind-shrinking to me, in offering prefab answers so I'd stay away.

Of course Yoga is not some gateway to neonazism. lol. Yet there's something fascistic in it just like in the FIFA or in car racing. Any culture that is normalizing, flattening, enforcing social categories as made-up identities on individuals can pave the way to a fascist orientation.

The whole appropriation of ancient Indus culture like hippies singing Vedic songs does relate to Nazism, in how the latter so much believe themselves to be the true descent of Indo-Aryan tribes and their cultural heritage. That's a part of the New Age movement that's been sometimes addressed but perhaps not enough. Not all Western orientalism is rooted in this belief system, but there's a trunk that does.

I'll bet you can't even keep track of when you're "joking". I have the same problem!

So much for self-referential humor!!!

I'm one of these people you're talking about (sort of), in the sense that I'll use rhetoric about "the bogeyman" to portray the complex, sad, shades of grey.

In reality, much of the alt-right and associated reactionary anti-immigration movements are a hodgepodge of contradiction and things that definitely aren't literally "fascism" by most definitions but that takes a long time to even say, let alone discuss in detail.

Meanwhile, they're still active in the streets and online, following, harassing and doxing people or worse so you tend to oversimplify these things while talking about the immediate problem. I find the endless handwringing and hairsplitting to be quite frustrating, moreso when these people who want to have in-depth discussion assume that you're stupid or "projecting spooks" or whatever only because they overemphasize discussion and debate in their own praxis.

I gently poke fun by referring to this as "social media syndrome" although many anarchists with this annoying habit are much older than Zuckerberg's ship of fools. Only Jim Jesus Jones Himself knows for sure who's drinking the spook koolaid and who's mixing it. So who's thirsty?

Doxing goes both ways. There is no one group MORE guilty of this between the leftists and the rightists and non SJWs.

I ... know that? My point wasn't about the morality of doxing at all. This must be why you're always strawmanning moralism.

Aaaah... great, this text has earned me a Free Emile Wall. Good times...

You can build a mansion when you accumulate enough of them. Good times, but a lot of room cleaning...

Every cult is being conflated with that Christian bourgeois mercantile philistine perspective of universal happiness which is forever battling its inherent boringness with consumerism and the spectacle. It is being compared to inner-psychological peace, which is completely different and is actually an acceptance of the inevitable pain and sadness of existence, not something to pity and wail over and find blame for. Yoga teaches acceptance of pain and sadness, it alleviates and reduces hand-wringing, pityful wailing, and the grinding of teeth in times of hardship or boredom, that's all.

It assists in transferring that joy and exuberance of child spirit into the adult psychology, which will with the loss of innocence be confronted with and have to deal with pain in a cheerful sangfroid spirit, not lose ones head and lash out or go on a rampage blaming or projecting ones own resentments and weaknesses upon others..

you speak of;

"the inevitable pain and sadness of existence, not something to pity and wail over and find blame for. Yoga teaches acceptance of pain and sadness, "

let's be careful of what all we put in our 'bucket categories'. "the pain and sadness of existence" in 'living the life of a slave' is not 'inevitable', it stems from 'imbalance' which sets up 'relational tensions' which inductively actualize 'restorative justice'. but this doesn't mean that one must wail and blame. the 'restorative justice' of indigenous anarchism is where everyone takes responsibility for restoring balance and harmony as a natural aspect of life's relational dynamics. developing pain management skills does not require the lopping off of the warrior's balls as a means of avoiding exposure to pain. yoga is not that different from the 'martial arts'.

pursuit of mastery of restoring balance and harmony is more fundamental, in nature, than pursuit of endurance of avoidable relational tensions arising from relational-social imbalance and dissonance.

pursuit of endurance of avoidable relational tensions arising from relational-social imbalance and dissonance is the pursuit of mastery of restoring balance and harmony/ more fundamental, in nature, than "not something to pity and wail over and find blame for the inevitable pain and sadness of existence. Yoga teaches acceptance of pain and sadness, "

let's be careful of what all we put in our 'bucket categories'. but this doesn't mean that one must wail and blame. 'living the life of a slave' is not 'inevitable', "the pain and sadness of existence," it stems from 'imbalance' which sets up 'relational tensions' which inductively actualize 'restorative justice'. where everyone takes responsibility for restoring balance and harmony as a natural aspect of life's relational dynamics. developing pain management skills is the 'restorative justice' of indigenous anarchism. does not require a means of avoiding exposure to pain. yoga is not that different from the 'martial arts' or the lopping off of the warrior's balls.

I was meaning the inevitability of mortality, losing ones loved ones mostly, shrug off wage slavery, spend a lifetime in psychic chains, other materialistic dramas, take it up to the mega notch, master dealing with the pain and mutilation of ones genitals requires some extra mind over matter power without painkillers to deal with it. These type of things, without hand flapping and screaming hysterics, which lacks so much dignity if we are to assume a natural animal supremacy. The coyote eats its paw off to free itself from a trap, the rock climber cuts his elbow off to survive, all yoga, focus or die in a weak heap of civilized self-pity?

1. 'genetic expression' [visible change, evolution, creation] is not sourced by 'genetic agency'. to assume so is to fall into the trap of making the 'double error of grammar that nietzsche' points out. instead, we need to acknowledge that (outside-inward) 'epigenetic influence' inductively actualizes 'genetic expression'. this is what many/most Western acculturated people are afraid to even consider, because they/we cling to rationality and rationality is based on the assumption that genetic agency is the sole source of genetic expression. In using noun-verb-predicate constructs, we repeat this error over and over to ourselves.

indigenous aboriginals [i.e. indigenous anarchists], as well as Schroedinger et al, accept that 'genetic expression' is inductively actualized by epigenetic influence. This is equivalent to saying that 'relational influence' as in 'field' is in a natural primacy over the dynamics of material things-in-themselves aka 'genetic expression' [in other words, 'genetic expression' is the local, visible, material action that we see, such as 'the storming'. the 'storming' is not 'the action caused by 'a storm' (that is the double error of grammar); ... the storming is inductively actualized by the relational dynamic (field-flow) that the storming is included in]. This is generally so in nature (the rebellion is not "the action caused by rebels", the rebellion is inductively actualized by the relational social dynamics the rebellion is included in].

2. yoga, as with the martial arts, does not do away with the warrior, but teaches us to be centred and to understand the pain in 'a violent other's heart' and mirror back that understanding as that can be calming and may subsume the violence. if the need arises to protect others [e.g. from abuse by authorities or slave-masters], we do not need to hide in a meditative state; i.e.

" The Yoga Sutra contains five specific ethical precepts called yamas.... The first yama is perhaps the most famous one: ahimsa, usually translated as "nonviolence." This refers not only to physical violence, but also to the violence of words or thoughts.... It is often said that if one can perfect the practice of ahimsa, one need learn no other practice of yoga, for all the other practices are subsumed in it. ... Protecting ourselves and others does not violate ahimsa. Practicing ahimsa means we take responsibility for our own harmful behavior and attempt to stop the harm caused by others. Being neutral is not the point. Practicing true ahimsa springs from the clear intention to act with clarity and love."

1. yoga, as with the martial arts, does not do away with the warrior, but teaches us to be centred and to understand the pain in 'a violent other's heart' and mirror back that understanding as that can be calming and may subsume the violence. if the need arises to protect others [e.g. from abuse by authorities or slave-masters], we do not need to hide in a meditative state; i.e.

2. " The Yoga Sutra contains five specific ethical precepts called yamas.... The first yama is perhaps the most famous one: ahimsa, usually translated as "nonviolence." This refers not only to physical violence, but also to the violence of words or thoughts.... It is often said that if one can perfect the practice of ahimsa, one need learn no other practice of yoga, for all the other practices are subsumed in it. ... Protecting ourselves and others does not violate ahimsa. Practicing ahimsa means we take responsibility for our own harmful behavior and attempt to stop the harm caused by others. Being neutral is not the point. Practicing true ahimsa springs from the clear intention to act with clarity and love."

3. 'genetic expression' [visible change, evolution, creation] is not sourced by 'genetic agency'. to assume so is to fall into the trap of making the 'double error of grammar that nietzsche' points out. instead, we need to acknowledge that (outside-inward) 'epigenetic influence' inductively actualizes 'genetic expression'. this is what many/most Western acculturated people are afraid to even consider, because they/we cling to rationality and rationality is based on the assumption that genetic agency is the sole source of genetic expression. In using noun-verb-predicate constructs, we repeat this error over and over to ourselves.

4. indigenous aboriginals [i.e. indigenous anarchists], as well as Schroedinger et al, accept that 'genetic expression' is inductively actualized by epigenetic influence. This is equivalent to saying that 'relational influence' as in 'field' is in a natural primacy over the dynamics of material things-in-themselves aka 'genetic expression' [in other words, 'genetic expression' is the local, visible, material action that we see, such as 'the storming'. the 'storming' is not 'the action caused by 'a storm' (that is the double error of grammar); ... the storming is inductively actualized by the relational dynamic (field-flow) that the storming is included in]. This is generally so in nature (the rebellion is not "the action caused by rebels", the rebellion is inductively actualized by the relational social dynamics the rebellion is included in].

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