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Yoga Explained

A beginers guide to start yoga at any age

So you’ve heard about modern Yoga? It’s a mix of physical, mental and spiritual elements that promises many physical and psychological benefits. Yoga is suitable for a wide variety of people, from young to old and getting into it doesn’t have to be a daunting experience.

What can Yoga do for you? A reduction in fatigue, a better outlook on life and a better general mood are but a few.

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Yoga Is A Way Of Life

Find out how you can embrace the lifestyle

Yoga is an age-old science made up of different disciplines of mind and body. It has originated in India million years ago and is still effective in bringing overall health and well being to any person who does it regularly. The word yoga is based upon a Sanskrit verb Yuja. It means to connect, to culminate or to concur. It’s the culmination of mind and body or the culmination of Jiva and Shiva (soul and the universal spirit). It’s also a culmination of Purush and Prakriti (Yin and Yang).

The term Yoga has a very broad scope. There are several schools or systems of Yoga. Dnyanayoga (Yoga through knowledge), Bhaktiyoga (Yoga through devotion), Karmayoga (Yoga through action), Rajayoga (Royal or supreme Yoga) and Hathayoga (Yoga by balancing opposite principles of body). All of these schools of Yoga are not necessarily very different from each other. They are rather like threads of the same cloth, entangled into each other. For thousands of years, Yoga has been looked upon as an effective way of self-improvement and spiritual enlightenment. All these systems essentially have this same purpose; only the ways of achieving it are little different for each of them.

A Brief on Yoga

Expert advice for a healthy life

Sūryanamaskāra सूर्यनमस्कार Salutations to the Sun

सूर्यनमस्कार मन्त्र Sūryanamaskāra Mantra हिरण्मयेन पात्रेण सत्यस्यापिहितं मुखम्।तत्त्वं पूषन्नपावृणु सत्यधर्माय दृष्टये॥ ईशावास्योपनिषत् - १५॥ Hiraṇmayena pātreṇa satyasyāpihitaṁ mukham | Tattvaṁ pūṣannapāvṛṇu satyadharmāya dṛṣṭaye || īśāvāsyopaniṣat - 15 ||

Trataka – Disease curing

Incurable diseases like eye disorders, less concentration, insomnia and epilepsy are successfully treated by this activity of Shat-karma. Gaze/concentration is advised on a diya of desi ghee or

Sixteen Cultural Ceremony

The Indian culture has defined rules and regulations in order to maintain human and social ethics .These regulation have proved to be fruitful and have enabled people to

Easy Solutions Through Yoga

With Asanas & Suryanamaskaras Spine Becomes Flexible and Appetite Improves. Different Types of Asanas Make Joints Free and Give Good Strength. With Meditation and Pranayama Stress Decreases &

Meditation

The Seventh limb in the Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga Sutra (P.Y.S) has been defined as “A Continuous and unbroken flow of consciousness is verity the dhyana (meditation)” (P.Y.S.

Shankhaprakshalana or Master Cleansing

Shankhaprakshalana is one of the major hatha yoga practices, coming under the heading of dhauti kriya, it is also known as varisara dhauti. Dhauti refers to 'internal washing'

Sixteen Cultural Ceremony
The Indian culture has defined rules and regulations in order to maintain human and social ethics. These regulation have proved to be fruitful and have enabled people to lead ¹ a satisfied and joyful life.

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Sūryanamaskāra
Like a lid to a vessel, O Sun! Your golden orb covers the entrance to Truth. Kindly open the same and lead us to Truth.

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Trataka
Incurable diseases like eye disorders, less concentration, insomnia and epilepsy are successfully treated by this activity of Shat-karma.

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“Yoga is the unifying art of transforming dharma into action, be it through inspired thought, properly nurturing our children, a painting, a kindness or an act of peace. “
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“Healthy plants and trees yield abundant flowers and fruits. Similarly, from a healthy person, smiles and happiness shine forth like the rays of the sun.”
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