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Pranayama for men

Pranayama for men

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Migraine and heart problems are seen a lot in men but regular pranayama practice can get rid of these diseases. So, lets focus on some helpful breathing techniques : 1.Ujjayi…

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What is Avidya?

What is Avidya?

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Avidya is the root cause of sorrow. This affliction is the origin of all other afflictions. All movement of the intellect (Buddhi) is considered to be the originator of the…

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The Concept of Yoga

The Concept of Yoga

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Yoga is the science of living the right life. When the word yoga is mentioned, people often think of stretching and physical exercises to reduce stress. Although this is one…

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Sanyam

Sanyam

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What is Sanyam? According to Patanjali, practising the three parts of Ashtanga Yoga (Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi) in a single subject is called Sanyam. In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, sanyam collectively…

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What is Bhramari pranayama?

What is Bhramari pranayama?

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The Bhramari pranayama is also known as the Humming Bee Breath. It is a calming breathing exercise that soothes the nervous system and helps connect us to our inner nature….

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Sattva Gunas

Sattva Gunas

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What is Sattva Guna? Sattva is one of the three gunas in Hindu and Sankhya philosophy. In Sanskrit it means “light,” “goodness” and “purity”. Those who practice sattva nourish their…

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Kriya Yoga

Kriya Yoga

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Kriya Yoga Kriya Yoga is meant for ordinary seekers who cannot practise samadhi directly, whose mind is still restless, lacks concentration and who are surrounded by Panchakelesha (five afflictions) like…

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Meaning of Kaivalya

Meaning of Kaivalya

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What is Kaivalya? The ultimate aim of yoga is the attainment of salvation or Kaivalya or Moksha. Kaivalya has been called by many names in all religious texts such as…

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What is anxiety?

What is anxiety?

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What is anxiety and how is it created? Everyone has desires. The desire to fulfil them is what keeps us moving forward in life. We set goals, achieve them and…

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What is the mind?

What is the mind?

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What is the mind? Our mind is the origin and collection of our thoughts, attachments, assumptions, prejudices, emotions and addictions. Since these factors vary from person to person, it’s natural…

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