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“Unravelling the Psychological and Emotional Factors behind Overeating and Yogic Solutions”

“Unravelling the Psychological and Emotional Factors behind Overeating and Yogic Solutions”

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People sometimes overeat due to various reasons that involve their minds, emotions, and surroundings. Yoga provides insights into these factors and offers solutions to overcome overeating habits. Excessive Interest in Food: When individuals have more interest in food than necessary, it may indicate a lack in their minds and senses. Yoga teaches us to find…

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The Power of Focusing on Breath in Meditation

The Power of Focusing on Breath in Meditation

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In the practice of meditation, focusing on the breath holds significant importance. It allows us to detach from emotions and imagination, leading us to a state of disinterest. While initially, we may use external objects as points of concentration, such as idols or pictures, eventually, we shift our attention to the breath. The breath transcends…

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“Yogic Solutions for Managing and Balancing Vata Disorders”

“Yogic Solutions for Managing and Balancing Vata Disorders”

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Vata disorders are ailments caused by an imbalance of the Vata dosha in the body according to Ayurveda, an ancient Indian system of medicine. Vata dosha is associated with the elements of air and ether, and its imbalance can lead to physical and mental symptoms. While Vata disorders are primarily believed to stem from the…

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Exploring the Transformative Journey of Ashtanga Yoga Part-1

Exploring the Transformative Journey of Ashtanga Yoga Part-1

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Ashtaanga Yoga Yoga is a beautiful path to self-discovery and inner peace. Ashtaanga Yoga is introduced for absolute beginners. By practicing the eight limbs of yoga, you gradually cleanse your mind and weaken impurities. The impurities are ignorance, ego, attachment, aversion, and fear of death. The light of knowledge shines when you understand the difference…

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The Role of the Niyamas in Yogic Ethics

The Role of the Niyamas in Yogic Ethics

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The niyamas form the second part of the Ashtanga path of yoga and consist of self-discipline and rules necessary for spiritual growth and personal development. The Maharishi Patanjali has outlined five niyamas to be observed, including cleanliness (saucha), contentment (santosha), austerity (tapa), introspection and study of scriptures (svadhyaya), and surrender to God (Ishvara Pranidhana). According…

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The Five Kleshas: Sources of Suffering Part 1

The Five Kleshas: Sources of Suffering Part 1

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Maharishi Patanjali has mentioned five types of afflictions (kleshas): avidya (ignorance), asmita (ego), raga (attachment), dvesha (aversion), and abhinivesha (fear of death). These afflictions cause people to experience sadness and become the cause of their misery, which is why they are referred to as afflictions. People who suffer from this misery become entangled in the…

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The Five Kleshas: Sources of Suffering Part 2

The Five Kleshas: Sources of Suffering Part 2

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In our previous blog post, we discussed two types of afflictions in detail. In today’s blog, we will delve into the next three types of afflictions, namely: Raga (attraction/attachment), Dvesha (aversion), and Abhinivesha (fear of death). Rāga (raaga)- attraction सुखानुशयी रागः ॥७॥ 2.7 sukhānuśayī rāgaḥ सुख-अनुशयी रागः​ – sukha-anuśayī rāgaḥ sukha- happiness; anuśayī- to follow, that…

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The Importance of Meditation: A Key to Unlocking Inner Peace and Success

The Importance of Meditation: A Key to Unlocking Inner Peace and Success

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Meditation has become a buzzword in recent years, and for good reason. There are countless benefits to making meditation a regular part of your wellness routine. While it may seem intimidating or like a foreign concept to some, meditation is an ancient practice that has been used for thousands of years as a way to…

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Concept of Moola Bandha

Concept of Moola Bandha

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Moola Bandha, also known as perineum contraction, is a yogic exercise that involves contracting and releasing the muscles of the perineum. The perineum is the area between the anus and the genitals, and by contracting these muscles, we can better direct the flow of prana (life energy) into the body and prevent it from flowing…

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Cleansing of the Digestive system, Abdominal organs & Large intestine by Dhauti, Basti, and Nauli Shatkarma techniques.

Cleansing of the Digestive system, Abdominal organs & Large intestine by Dhauti, Basti, and Nauli Shatkarma techniques.

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Cleansing of the Digestive system, Abdominal organs & Large intestine by Dhauti, Basti and Nauli Shatkarma techniques. Shatkarma is a group of yogic purifications and cleansing techniques for the body, aimed at removing accumulated impurities. It helps cure diseases and prepares the body for higher practices of asana and pranayama. Shatkarma is an important part…

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