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Key elements of Raja Yoga : Yama and Niyama — Yoga in India

BY SUSHANT PANDEY Raja yoga is understood as one of the classical branches of the yoga tradition. Literally, the term ‘Raja Yoga’ connotes, the culmination or highest state of yoga. Raja means royal; it is so named because it enables the yogin to reach the illustrious king within oneself, the supreme self or atman. In […]

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Salamba Sirsasana I Prep Points — Inchworm Yoga

Some points to help you with Salamba Sirsasana I Preparation, Headstand I preparation

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From Effort to Effortlessness — The Isha Blog

Exploring the relationship between intense effort and effortlessness, Sadhguru discusses what it takes to transcend the need for physical action. The post From Effort to Effortlessness appeared first on The Isha Blog.

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Featured Sequence: Improving Posture — YOGA FOR HEALTHY AGING

by BaxterThis sequence is designed to help you improve your posture, especially for those who tend to slump forward. Because this is a rather long practice, you should feel free to shorten it by only doing the dynamic versions of poses that offer both options some days and only doing static versions of poses that…

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Ayurveda and the Mind: An Overview — American Institute of Vedic Studies

By Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) Ayurveda is inherently a psychological as much as it is a physical system of medicine. Its scope of practice includes both physical (sharirika) and mental (manasika) diseases. Therefore, we cannot really understand Ayurveda without looking at its view of the mind and consciousness. The examination of the […]

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Secrets of the Five Pranas — American Institute of Vedic Studies

The following article by Dr. David Frawley adopted from his book Yoga and Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-realization All that exists in the three heavens rests in the control of Prana. As a mother her children, oh Prana, protect us and give us splendor and wisdom. Prashna Upanishad II.13 To change something we must alter the […]

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Discovering the Secret Power of Hanuman — American Institute of Vedic Studies

Hanuman endows us with the Atma-Shakti or self-power to realise our higher potential and accomplish what is magical. Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana, the wonderful story’s most fascinating character. Though having the form of a monkey, he is said to be the greatest sage, yogi and devotee. What is the inner […]

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