Swami Sivananda’s slogan, “Serve, Love, Give, Purify, Meditate, Realise,” embodies the four paths of yoga in a simple way: Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, and Jnana Yoga. He often followed his slogan with the words “Adapt, Adjust, Accommodate, Bear Insult, Bear Injury, Highest Yoga”. By further asking us to “Adapt, Adjust, and Accommodate” Master seems to be reminding us of the importance of adaptation. Adapting links people and cements relationships. By adapting and fitting-in with others we develop the qualities of patience, compassion, and endurance. It is often said that there are only two sure things in life: death and change. We can be certain that we will face many changes over the course of life. Our bodies change, our mind changes, and, if we view our yoga practice in the long term, our practice will continue to change throughout life. Learning new things and finding inspiration by connecting with others on the path helps us to adapt to change. We root out some of our habits and gain a fresh perspective on practice. We hope the following resources help you to remain inspired in practice.