The Ideal of Karmayoga

Yoga Day Special: Thoughts by Vivekananda. Karma-Yoga is a system of ethics and religion intended to attain freedom through unselfishness, and by good works. The Karma-Yogi need not believe in any doctrine whatever. He may not believe even in God,

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Brain Gym

From the blinking of an eye to laughing a rocket to Mars, every process is governed by mental health just as one’s stamina is governed by physical health. Yet we subscribe only to gyms, conveniently neglecting the brain’s work out.

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Food and the Mind

Mind and the senses have a very strange and Paradoxical relationship. Mind thinks that if the senses get satisfied then the desires will go away or vanish for ever. But senses are quite weird. Once they taste an ‘experience’, they

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TEQ Triguna Energy Quotient and tamasic guna

The Triguna Energy Quotient (TEQTM) is structured as a personlity test designed to discover one’s guna composition. This personality quotient is derived from attributes of these gunas as given in chapter 13 to chapter 18 of Bhagwat Gita. After more

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Yoga and effect on Marma

Marma Therapy and Yoga are important to cure the disease and enhance the health status of the body. Directly and indirectly all yogic practices affect the marmas. Yoga asanas improves the health and tones up the body musculature. These practices

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Treatment of Children with Down’s Syndrome

It have been reported that using Indian Ayurvedic system (using Cerrebro Flo containing Zingbar officinale, Asparagus racemosus, Terminalia chebula etc.) remarkable clinical improvement was observed. The range of imporvement in I.Q. varied from 10-25 and even more in some cases.

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Ayurvedic perspective of Stress Management

Stress is body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. When a person feels threatened, the nervous system responds by releasing a flood of stress hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol, which prepares the body for emergency action.

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Krodha Ayurvedic approach to anger management

Krodha – Anger is the feature of Rajoguna and is produced either due to aggravation of Vata or Pitta Dosha. Anger is produced when one could not acquire the desired one. While contemplating the objects of the senses a person

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24 Gurus of Dattatreya

The Air to Dattatreya was a symbol of pure consciousness. Pervading everywhere, yet uncontaminated, carrying fragrance, but not being the fragrance, it teaches detachment, never staying in any one place, always moving. I became a grandmother last month – Anasuyaa

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