The origin of the universe

Posted on 22 May 2017
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According to Srimad Bhagwatam and Srimad Bhagwat Gita, Lord created this universe by incorporating his purusa features. There are 3 purusa features of lord which are involved in this creation namely Karanadakasayi Vishnu, Garbhodakasayi Vishnu and Ksirodakasayi Vishnu


Say no to stress

Posted on 27 April 2017
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High stress affects our day to day working and leads to generation of many diseases like high blood pressure, hyper tension, diabetes etc which could become fatal in the long run. Our mind is the center of stress generation so by controlling our mind one can win over stress.


Yoga poses for stress relief

Posted on 27 January 2017
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If stress is getting the better of you, yoga could be the answer you've been looking for.


Meditative Walk

Posted on 1 August 2016
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It's well said in that One can't control mind from the level of the mind. Hence forth techniques like pranayama are used. Prana when segregated is Prana -Breath  and yama control, length and extension.


OM: its origin and significance

Posted on 3 May 2017
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According to Hindu Philosophy , Brahma (the creator) first manifested himself as name and then as a form i.e universe. This universe was the result of his expression but behind which stands an inexpressible Sphota. The Sphota has one word as its only possible symbol, and that is Om and by no means the word could be separated from the idea. The Om is the eternal word through which all this universe has been created.


Meditation

Posted on 4 April 2017
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Meditation directs our consciousness inward- to find the source of all life’s manifestations. It is the art of cultivating awareness and insight.


Pratayahara : Withdrawal of senses to focus within.

Posted on 18 August 2016
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Would you want your senses to drive you or yourself to be able to drive your senses? It a step towards a deeper fulfilment in life. This does not mean to be a dull boring yogi and sit at home. It simply means to enjoy the moment even if it is not objectified by our senses (smells, sight, taste, touch) which deceive us to find perfection in everything.


The energy of our existence

Posted on 17 July 2016
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Aum is the sound of the universe and Prana is considered to be the universal energy. 


Bhakti Yoga: A trip to the city of Mayapur, India

Posted on 2 May 2017
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Bhakti yoga is called the supreme of all ways of unification with the lord because it requires you to surrender to the supreme. One indulges in Bhakti yoga through singing beautiful songs in the glory of the lord, offering the lord sweets and decorating the ambience with beauty of flowers. Bhakti yogi uses nor the intellect neither the reasoning but only his heart to submerge in the love and light of God.  “Meera” and “Radha” are the epitomes of a bhakti yogi and are now worshiped by the people in India.


Did Karna follow path of Dharma?

Posted on 8 February 2017
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Fate has always challenged Karna during his course of life. He has always faced degradation due to his association with lower caste. He was a born warrior however he did not get much chance to show his mettle and he always fought for his rights. But did he follow path of Dharma during Mahabharata?


Predominance of the three Gunas: Rajas, Tamas, Satva

Posted on 9 August 2016
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Sometimes we need to do a little self-introspection which is also known as Svadhaya : Sva means self and adhyaya means to study or education. It is like reading our own book, revising and re-writing it.


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