All posts by Dr David Frawley

The Meaning of Maya: the Illusion of the World

Jan 15,18

The great spiritual traditions of India commonly teach us that the world is Maya, usually translated as ‘illusion’ or ‘unreality’. …

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The Ancient Yoga of the Sun

Jan 12,18

  What if the most powerful force for energizing all Yoga practices were as obvious and visible as the Sun? …

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Shiva, the Supreme Lord of Yoga

Jan 10,18

Shiva as the Great Unknown We live in a magical and mysterious universe pervaded by an unseen intelligence and subtle …

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Herbs for the Practice of Yoga 1: Introduction

Jan 3,18

Herbology for Yogis   Traditional Yoga has always rested on a special yogic diet with special yogic herbs to go …

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The Rishi as the Vedic Model of Leadership

Dec 22,17

The Vedic Model of Leadership is first of all that of the Rishi or seer. The Rishi is a visionary, …

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Integral Healing and Integrative Medicine

Dec 14,17

  Integrative medicine is one of the most important and dynamic new movements in modern health care that is rapidly …

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Managing Vata Dosha in the Information Technology Era

Dec 4,17

Vata dosha is the most disease-causing of the three Doshas or biological humors of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. It represents …

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Shakti Sadhana and Divine Grace

Nov 14,17

Shakti Sadhana    We just had an amazing foray into Mother Nature in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, with all the flowers …

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Reality and Appearance

Nov 14,17

  Appearance is never reality and reality never appears. They are two different dimensions altogether. Whatever appears is bound by …

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Vedic Origins of Yoga: Shvetasvatara, the Vedic Yoga Upanishad

Nov 6,17

Adapted from Vedic Yoga: The Path of the Rishi In order to provide a better sense of how the Vedic …

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