Core Teachings

The Three Gunas: How to Balance Your Consciousness

Jul 23,20

Ayurveda provides a special language for understanding the primal forces of Nature and shows us how to work with them …

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Guru Purnima: Spreading the Message of India’s gurus

Jul 5,20

The Guru has been one of India’s main exports to the world, with many traveling to teach and inspire millions …

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Mauna: The Yoga of Silence

Mar 18,20

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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Yogini, the Enlightened Woman

Mar 8,20

“Aham Prema” I am Divine Love In the Bhavani-nama-sahasra (the Thousand Names of the Goddess Bhavani) as beautifully explained by …

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The Profound Relevance of Vedic Knowledge Today

Jan 28,20

The ultimate technology is not that of external machines and computers but arises through mastering the powers of our own …

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Vedantic Meditation

Dec 23,19

From darkness lead us to light, from non-being lead us to being, from death lead us to immortality. Brihadaranyaka Upanishad …

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Vedic Yoga and the Three Gunas

Mar 15,19

In the philosophy of Yoga, derived from the Samkhya system, all matter in the universe is reducible to one primary substance called Prakriti. Prakriti literally means the original power of action. It does not refer to substance in the physical sense but to the potential from which all forms of matter, energy and mind can arise. Prakriti is the original state of pure potential out of which all things become possible. Prakriti is the latent state of substance, like the seed that holds the potential for a great tree. It is the prima materia of the world of which matter, energy and mind are manifestations. Prakriti, we could say, is the causal or original form of all substances, from which their subtle and gross forms arise. It is extremely subtle, ethereal and transcendent, forming the basis for space that is its first material form.

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Shiva and Shakti Yogas

Mar 11,19

Yoga means unification, which is first the unity of all the dualities and contraries that constitute the energies of life. …

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Consciousness, the Key to All Vedic Disciplines

Nov 28,18

Modern physics is looking for a unitary field of consciousness to explain the coherence of the laws of nature. Such …

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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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