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Yoga in Practice: Train Your Mind for Empowerment, Part 1
...orary hold on any material wealth in this life, so why not help people, while you have it? This is a principle of Karma Yoga: Union by selfless service.Where do you start with training, or re-training, your mind for empowerment and success? It is within the basic programming of your mind that you must start. You must learn to “eat, sleep, and drink” positive energy every day....more
Misconceptions Regarding Kaalsarp Yoga
...s horoscope then it is said that whether planets are well positioned or settled in horoscope the person faces the immense hindrance on the motivation of works with zeal and patience or whether he/she has a very good luck, but the obstructions will arises frequently due to Kaalsarp Yoga. Whereas if the Kaalsarp Yoga is in full swing it is said that even person belongs to royal family, he/she will...more
Giving to Charity
... good to give anonymously and not to tell anyone. Giving is also good for your inner being and your self worth.Take notice of how lucky you are in this life. Be content with what you have by appreciating your family, friends, and achievements. Look at the improvements and rewards you have seen, since you started practicing Yoga.I will leave you with a short story and so...more
Origins of Yoga
...B.C., it is very difficult to point out the exact timeline. Patanjali (first yoga text) dated around 2nd century BC, preaches about adherence to "eight limbs" to provide harmony to one's mind.The Upanisads thought to have been written between the eight and fourth centuries B.C provides the earliest complete narrative of the principles and goals of...more
What Is Iyengar Yoga?
...rd a united mind and body.Spiritually, Iyengar meditation is based upon Patanjali's eight limbs of raja yoga. The first is Yama, meaning physically and mentally abstaining from the following five things: violence toward others and oneself, from coveting others' belongings, from sexual intercourse, from attachment to possessions and anything t...more

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