All posts by Dr David Frawley

Mantra, Concentration and Meditation

Sep 16,18

  Concentration and Meditation   To reach the meditative state, concentration is required first. A scattered, distracted, and inattentive mind …

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Why Swami Vivekananda still matters

Sep 10,18

Swami Vivekananda taught us how to realize the universal consciousness beyond the limitations of time and space within our own …

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The Teachings of Ramana Maharshi: An Integral View

Aug 27,18

Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, perhaps modern India’s greatest sage, recommended Atma-Vichara or Self-inquiry as the best and most direct approach for …

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Why the Warrior Form of Hanuman is Relevant Today

Aug 11,18

If  we look deeply at the story of Hanuman he is first and foremost a great warrior who has inspired …

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Ayurvedic View of Wheat and Gluten

Jul 29,18

In the following article we examine the strengthens and weaknesses of a gluten-free diet and why Ayurveda recommends wheat for …

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Dairy Products in Ayurveda: Why They Remain Essential

Jul 26,18

  Dairy products, particularly milk and ghee, remain an important part of Ayurvedic dietary recommendations and are common ingredients in …

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Shaktis of the Nakshatras

Jul 7,18

Each Nakshatra has its particular power or Shakti. These are also the powers of the Devatas or the deities that …

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Exploring the Inner Cosmology of Consciousness

Jun 26,18

  The inner cosmos has its own structure as does the outer cosmos. Each reflects the other. In fact, one …

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International Yoga Day 2018: Yoga and Ayurveda for all Humanity

Jun 16,18

2018 marks the fourth International Yoga Day since its inception in 2015 by the United Nations. It has now become …

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Wishes Granted through Each of the 27 Nakshatras or Lunar Mansions

Jun 13,18

  This is one of several articles by David Frawley on the Vedas, Vedic Astrology and the Nakshatras. It reflects …

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