Understanding of the doshas will help us comprehend our life’s events and the nature of illnesses and disturbances. If we are able to determine our ayurvedic constitution, we can work to return to our basic constitution, helping us to live a better and more fulfilled life.Read More
The Kleshas are obstacles to our spiritual progress. By understanding the five Kleshas, learning to reduce their stranglehold on life and destroying them, we can reduce pain and suffering, and finally get a glimpse of Atman – the inner self.Read More
Navratri or the nine nights, are a time in which we celebrate The Universal Feminine. It is a special time for spiritual aspirants, because the strong changes in the environment make it a conductive time to create changes within us.Read More
Biofeedback is primarily concerned with the calibrating and the recording of the electrical waves emitted from the brain. These waves, or brain rhythms, vary in their repetitiveness, intensity, and extent from one person to another and from one individual’s state of mind to the next.Read More
Recent Research conducted by Ohio State University reveals fathers have a pivotal role on daughter’s loneliness.Read More
An inspirational story of how one man from humble background was to create a Forest all by himself.Read More
The following text is a description of Ambalatthika-rahulovada Sutta – The Pali text named “Instructions to Rahula at Mango Stone.” The text details the first and one of the most important exhortations given by Buddha to a young Rahula, his son.Read More
Ganesha Chaturthi marks the birthday of Ganesha, the Elephant-headed god. Ganesha is a very potent symbol of Yoga and a great tool for spiritual aspirants.Read More
Here are 10 well-known celebrities who believe yoga has changed their lives for the better.
A list of the five greatest and most common myths about Yoga.
Sindhutai Sapkal was forced to marry at the age of ten. She was abandoned at nine-months pregnant, giving birth in a cowshed. Today she is known as the mother of orphans.
Faith and belief are terms which are often thought of as analogous, but they have nothing to do with one another. In fact, they principally oppose each other.
Nine tips to boost your health from India's ancient healing system: Ayurveda
Traditional Chinese Medicine directly depends on illegal animal trade; most of the animal products are illegally imported into China. Many animals are facing extinction due to this form of healing.
NASA has launched the Parker Solar Probe, which will reach the Sun within seven years. This mission will get humanity closer to the Sun than it ever had before.
Classical yoga has one objective, to lead the mind to meditation. Meditation leads one into a completely new life-experience, transforming and empowering the mind from within.
Many people choose vigorous activities instead of meditation because they have agitated minds. But both of these are perfectly compatible. And for many, they are both necessary.Read More
Acting can be an absolute game changer for older generation, which could sustain independent living for the elderly.
Ahimsa is the first and foremost of the yamas and the basis of compassion. Fearlessness, courage and love are all founded on ahimsa.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' visit to India.