Since ancient times, the Tulsi plant has been treasured in Asia. Tulsi, called ‘Ocimum Sanctum’ in Latin and Holy Basil in English, is considered a sacred botanical plant and an astounding remedial herb.Read More
Dharana translates to “unwavering concentration” and is the sixth limb of Patanjali’s Raja Yoga. The objective of the practice is to maintain a one-pointed mind, free from all mental, emotional and physical distractions.Read More
A recent study published in ‘Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences’ shows that Greenland’s ice is melting faster than ever before. If action against raising temperatures is not taken soon, most or all of Greenland’s ice could melt, causing the sea levels to rise over seven metres.Read More
To develop patience, we can first come to understand that embodying this quality is a balancing act between opposing forces – that is, between surrender and control.Read More
Revitalising forces are readily available on Buddha Poornima, and when we are able to align with them on this day, they accompany us during the next twelve months.Read More
Ayurveda classifies the different tastes into 6, all of which are necessary in different quantities according to our individual constitutions. The consumption of each taste greatly affects all parts of the human body.
3D bio-printing is the process of artificially constructing an organ by using bio-ink composed of tissues or human cells. It is a method of layering bio-ink to create 3D tissues which can be used in organ transplants.Read More
Here are 10 world renowned billionaires who practice yoga on a daily basis.
Meditation has often been described as a panacea for many ills. As that may be the case, all the benefits are an outcome, not the goal of the practice. What is the main objective of meditation?
The fear of flying is not rare; statistics say one in four people experience some degree of anxiety when flying. Flight anxiety can be caused my multiple factors, including claustrophobia or a fear of heights. Here are six things you can do to combat flight anxiety.Read More
Investigations in neuroscience have proved, adding gratefulness to the practice of mindfulness enhances it manifold. Here are six great ways to start practicing mindfulness right now.Read More
It is a mistake to think that our achievements and career are our most valuable resources. Our most valuable resources are other people. As humans, we are naturally gregarious and we need the company of fellow beings. Here are ten ways we can do something about loneliness.Read More
Turmeric is one of the commonly used spices in Indian cuisine. Turmeric paste can be used in a variety of ways such as in cooking or in homemade skin care.Read More
100 Inspirational and Motivational Quotes on YogaRead More
There are seven dhatus or bodily tissues, which make up the entire human body. When the dhatus are in balance, the individual experiences perfect health and wellness.Read More
Researchers from Iowa State University conduct a study to find the best way to reduce anxiety and increase happiness.Read More
Trataka is a powerful form of meditation, which is practiced in both Hatha and Raja yoga. Trataka improves eyesight and develops concentration and memory. It also helps pacify nervous disorders, anxiety and insomnia.Read More
Researchers have found all kinds of unwanted invaders in yoga mats. Here are ten ways to clean mats naturally.Read More
Using water wisely is essential if we want our future generations to thrive on the planet. Here are 10 easy ways to save water at home.Read More
Swami Sivananda Saraswati, the founder of The Divine Life Society was an extraordinary man who ignited the flame of spirituality, love and generosity in all those he met.Read More