Vipassana

Vipassana

The literally meaning of Vipassana (Vipasyasana); ‘Vi’ means “in a special way” and ‘pasyana’ means “to see, observe”. So Vipassana means “to see observe in a special way”, “to perceive the things as it is”. It aims at seeing the things or situation in reality without...

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Utthita Trikonasana (Extended Triangle Pose)

Utthita Trikonasana (Extended Triangle Pose)

  In Sanskrit language, Utthita means extended and Trikona means triangle. Utthita Trikonasana means extended triangle pose.   Steps to do Utthita Trikonasana 1.      Stand in a straight pose like in Tadasana. 2.      Slowly jump your legs about 4 feet. Set your arms...

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Two weeks yoga Retreat

Two weeks yoga Retreat

Enjoy yoga retreat in Nepal, a country of Himalayan with full of Natural beauty.   This yoga retreat provides you a spiritual environment and practice of yoga. If you have got a holiday, then this is an ideal place to spend your holiday. This course will be proved to...

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The Upanisad

The Upanisad

The origin of Hindu philosophy is Veda. There are four Vedas: Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, and Atharva Veda. Each Veda contains four layers of text: the samhitas, Brahmanas, Aranyakas, and Upanisad. Each of these layers has varieties of combinations, however,...

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Sirsasana (Head Standing pose)

Sirsasana (Head Standing pose)

Sirsa means head in the Sanskrit language so Sirsasana means head standing pose. This pose is regarded as the king of all poses. Steps to do Sirsasansa 1.      Set yourself in the Bajrasana and bend forwards. 2.      Set your hands up-to-the elbow and head on the...

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Guru Sishya Relationship

Guru Sishya Relationship

Guru is a Sanskrit word that connotes “master” or “teacher” with certain knowledge. The literal meaning of guru is “a person who dispels the darkness and takes towards the light.  According to Vedic philosophy, Guru is someone more than a teacher.  Guru is the light...

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Five Nights Six days Yoga Retreat

Five Nights Six days Yoga Retreat

Five nights six days yoga retreat is a wonderful yoga retreat package which gives you an amazing chance to experience deep relaxation by yoga. You can learn how to do yoga, breathing exercise and meditation in your daily life in this course. If you are searching inner...

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Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)

Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)

The meaning of Bhujanga is the serpent in Sanskrit language and asana means pose, therefore Bhujangasana means the serpent pose or cobra pose. Steps of doing cobra pose 1.     Lie on the floor facing the ground and stretch your legs and hands. 2.     Try to bring up...

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Child’s Pose (Balasana)

Child’s Pose (Balasana)

The term “Balasana” is Sanskrit word which means child pose. It is a resting pose in the fetal position. Steps: Sit on Vajrasana. Inhale long raising hands upwards. (If you cannot sit in this manner then you can take help of blanket placing around heels.)   With an...

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Cat-Cow Pose (Marjaryasana-Bitilasana)

Cat-Cow Pose (Marjaryasana-Bitilasana)

‘Marjaryasana-Bitilasana’ is a combined pose that resembles cat and cow. It is an easy and gentle pose. It warms up the spine and belly. Steps: Ø  Place the hands and knees to make the back in a tabletop position. Knees should be directly below the hips and hands are...

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Camel Pose

Camel Pose

Ustrasana means a camel pose. It is back bending asana. The pose is linked to open anahat chakra. Steps Kneel down and stretch the hands up with an inhalation. Slowly bent backward with an exhalation and place the palm on the hips or the sole of feet. Stay in the pose...

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Bridge Pose (Setu Bandasana)

Bridge Pose (Setu Bandasana)

Setu Bandasana is a Sanskrit word. ‘Setu’ means dam or bridge and ‘banda’ means a lock. Setu bandhasana can be both restorative posture and dynamic way of practice. Steps: Lie supine on the floor. Keep a thick blanket or something like that under the shoulder to...

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Yoga and Cancer Disease

Yoga and Cancer Disease

Yoga is the medium to open the blockages in our body. Blockages can create many diseases in our body. Cancer is also a disease which is incurable by the medical science. Cancer can multiply the viruses very secretly in our body. The medicine cannot control the...

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Traditional Way of Yoga

Traditional Way of Yoga

The meaning of yoga is to 'unite' or 'to link'. Really, Yoga is the medium to join ourselves with the higher self. There are many selves who want to meet with one and only supreme self. Just like the river which flows to reach to the sea, we born and reborn for the...

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Secret of Happiness

Secret of Happiness

Happiness is a feeling that arises when you hear know something good is being happened. When you get what you desire, you will be happy. Getting chance to stay with a favorable person makes one happy. But the company of unflavored person makes sad. Desired behavior...

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Nine Planets and Their Related Gems

Nine Planets and Their Related Gems

Astrology (Jyotisha) is a very famous subject in Hindu philosophy. It is the part of the knowledge from Vedas. Astrology is based on the planets of the solar system. Astrology believes that the energy of the planets can affect positively and negatively in our life. In...

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Five Types of Brittis

Five Types of Brittis

Patanjali has given the most beautiful technique of yoga in his famous book Yoga Sutra. He arranged yoga in a scientific manner making easy to understand and practice. He explained human psychology and managed yoga accordance of the psychological state of...

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Calorie Burning Asanas and Pranayama

Calorie Burning Asanas and Pranayama

There are many asanas which directly or indirectly helps to burn the calorie faster.  Among them, following asanas are important to burn the calorie. The right yoga asana  with proper alignment help to lose 180 to 600 calories per hour.     Chaturanga Dandasana...

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Ashta Siddhi & Other Normal Siddhi

Ashta Siddhi & Other Normal Siddhi

Siddhi (सिद्धि) is a Sanskrit word which means perfection or accomplishment. All the religions have a belief in supernatural powers. They have described different types of powers in their own words. Hindu philosophy has explained 8 major siddhis (Anima, Mahima,...

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