Karma Yoga

Karma Yoga (Religion of Love)

Karma Yoga or the "discipline of action" is based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, a sacred Sanskrit scripture of Hinduism. Karma Yoga is an intrinsic part of many types of yoga. The word…

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The Path to Inner Happiness

The Path to Inner Happiness: Internal tension and internal conflict occur when people Be in peace and experience true happiness on a deeper level. This Internal tension and conflict takes energy, destroys any Joy and…

Five Principles of Health

Five Principles of Health

Being ill is not nice. Being healthy is better. The main principles of health are healthy diet, no drugs (alcohol, smoking, drugs, eating too much), regular exercise, adequate rest and positive thinking. We can easily…

Meditate With Your Inner Voice

Meditate With Your Inner Voice

Meditate With Your Inner Voice The most important thing in Yoga is the inner voice. The inner voice is the voice of your own truth and wisdom. It is your feeling of rightness. You combine…

SATSANG

Meaning of SATSANG

Meaning of SATSANG: Satsang / Satsanga / Satsangam is a word which comes from sanscrit, meaning "to associate with true people ", to be in the company of true people - sitting with a sat guru, or in a group…

ANJANAYA ASANA - THE SALUTATION POSE

HEALTH BENEFITS OF ANJANAYA ASANA – THE SALUTATION…

Posture: Anjanaya-asana - The Salutation Pose Translation: The Sanskrit word anjaneya means salutation or praise from the root anj which means to honor, to celebrate, to anoint. Pronunciation: Ahn-jah-nay-ah-sa-na Anjanaya-asana - The Salutation Pose 1.…

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THE EIGHT LIMBS OF YOGA

The Yoga Sutras, also known as the eight limbs (Ashtanga) of Raja (king) Yoga, was the first fully developed and recorded system of yoga. Created by Patanjali around 400 CE, this system influences much of…