Meditation

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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Marma Points and the Practice of Yoga

Feb 4,20

Marmas and Pratyahara: Marmas as Control Points Marmas are prime energy points on the body, in sensitive regions, like joints …

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The Ayurvedic Effects of Asana Practice

Feb 1,20

According to the philosophy of Yoga, the physical body is a manifestation of consciousness. It is a crystallization of karmic …

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The Expansion of Ayurveda and Yoga: Their Value for India and the World

Oct 25,19

Ayurveda is the natural healing system of India and its civilizational field of influence going back to Vedic times several thousand years ago. Ayurveda is one of the oldest, most intricate, and elaborate forms of traditional medicine in the world, and one with the greatest continuity and authenticity.

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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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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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Why Hindu dharma is the world’s most profound philosophical tradition

Sep 3,19

India’s great gift of higher knowledge to the world that remains at the cutting edge of science, spirituality and psychology …

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How to Cope with the Digital Age with Yoga and Ayurveda for the Mind

Aug 30,19

Are You Addicted to the Digital Drug? Most of us spend several hours on the day relative to a computer, …

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The Space Within the Heart

Feb 20,19

  There is a space within ourselves, the space within the heart. It is not a physical space but the …

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