Yoga is one, is unity, and it shows us how everything is connected.
The only question is do we see “all inclusive” as one whole?
Many people think they are in peace and harmony, but when it comes to certain people or a person, they don’t see any more “all inclusive”, they like this group but not that group…
As the philosophy of yoga shows us with Raga and Dvesha, Raga means I like, I want more of that, Dvesha means I don’t like it and therefore I want to push it away from me. The yoga is saying: don’t like and dislike, stay out of these poles, and go beyond it, whatever there is here for you, is for your experience alone, it’s here for you, to learn and to expand.
All that there is exist for you, even the difficulties are here for you, to help you grow up towards maturity
If you see one person fault or something wrong in one person, you will fall into a gross level and you will get stuck.
You will not be able to continue and expand.
The poet Rumi is saying: “If you see others faults you will not be able to see the unseen”.
All inclusive is all inclusive… and as including others it also includes yourself, looking at yourself with self-acceptance, and compassion too.
Accept it, not because you are blind and you don’t see, and not because you are ignoring things,
accept because acceptance of what there is fully is a foundation for growth.