The objection is made that to engage in the total approach--hatha, bhakti, raja, and gnana yogas--is too large a program for any man outside an ashram, too impossible in the case of the average man in the world. Who, after the work of his business or livelihood, has the requisite energy for its study or practice? Who, with a family--wife and children--has the requisite time? My answer is: True! But you can do a little of each yoga. Make the best of the situation and thus tempt the Grace of the Overself to ease the situation."
-- Notebooks Category 2: Overview of Practicies Involved > Chapter 5: Balance the Psyche > # 198