Articles on Yoga

Mauna: The Yoga of Silence

Dec 13,19

Mauna as the Secret Silent Limb of Yoga Mauna refers to the practice of not-speaking, and one who does this …

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Non-Human Gurus and the Forces of Nature

Dec 1,19

Non-Human Gurus and the Forces of NatureNon-Human Gurus and the Forces of Nature The human guru, though not necessarily physically …

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Shiva and Prana Yoga

Nov 20,19

  Shiva and Prana Yoga  Prana Yoga is one of the most important Yoga traditions and an integral part of …

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Yogic Neuroscience: Developing the Soma of the Brain and Beyond

Nov 7,19

Soma is part of a vast cosmic symbolism in Vedic thought and cannot be reduced to a single form, much …

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The Fifteenfold Non-dualistic Raja Yoga of Shankaracharya

Oct 15,19

Shankara, the Great Yogi Shankaracharya, or Adi Shankara the teacher, is one of the greatest spiritual masters in the history …

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Herbs for the Practice of Yoga 1: Introduction

Sep 23,19

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

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Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda: The Meaning of Chikitsa

Sep 17,19

YOGA THERAPY OR YOGA CHIKITSA   The Sanskrit term for therapy throughout its medical literature is Chikitsa, which literally refers …

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Meditation in Yoga and Ayurveda

Sep 13,19

Meditation is the key practice of traditional Yoga and the prime factor behind an authentic Ayurvedic lifestyle. Meditation goes to …

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Veda and Yoga are One: Veda is knowledge and Yoga is its practice

Aug 15,19

Veda is knowledge and Yoga is its practice. It is that simple. They are two sides of the same truth. …

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The Flow of Soma

Jul 23,19

By David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) In the following article we will discuss the Vedic principle of Soma and its …

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