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Ramana-Maharshi

The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi

The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi by Hardik Mehta The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi Yoga, an ancient spiritual discipline originating in India, has gained widespread popularity in the modern world as a holistic practice for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Among the luminaries of yoga philosophy stands Ramana Maharshi, whose profound insights and teachings …

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Yoga for PCOD

Yoga for PCOD

Yoga for PCOD by Hardik Mehta Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOD) is a common hormonal disorder that affects women of reproductive age. This condition presents with irregular menstrual cycles, elevated androgen levels, and the presence of polycystic ovaries. PCOD can lead to various complications such as infertility, weight gain, acne, and excess hair growth. While there …

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Mahashivratri: The Union of Yoga and Devotion

Mahashivratri: The Union of Yoga and Devotion

Mahashivratri: The Union of Yoga and Devotion by Hardik Mehta Mahashivratri, the great night of Lord Shiva, holds profound significance in Hindu culture and spirituality. It is a time of deep introspection, devotion, and spiritual awakening. In the practice of yoga, Mahashivratri represents an opportunity to delve deeper into the union of the individual soul …

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Exploring Aparigraha: The Fifth Yama on the Yogic Path

Exploring Aparigraha: The Fifth Yama on the Yogic Path

Exploring Aparigraha: The Fifth Yama on the Yogic Path by Hardik Mehta In the journey of self-discovery and spiritual evolution outlined by the sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras, the Yamas serve as fundamental ethical guidelines for leading a meaningful and purposeful life. Among these principles lies Aparigraha, the fifth Yama, which invites practitioners to …

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Unveiling Brahmacharya: The Fourth Yama on the Yogic Path

Unveiling Brahmacharya: The Fourth Yama on the Yogic Path

Unveiling Brahmacharya: The Fourth Yama on the Yogic Path by Hardik Mehta In the eightfold path of yoga delineated by the sage Patanjali, the Yamas serve as foundational ethical principles guiding practitioners towards spiritual awakening and self-realization. These universal moral precepts, including Ahimsa (non-violence), Satya (truthfulness), Asteya (non-stealing), and Brahmacharya (moderation), form the bedrock of …

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Functional Anatomy for Yoga Teachers: How Essential Is It?

Functional Anatomy for Yoga Teachers: How Essential Is It? by Soha Akbar When we embark upon our journey of teaching Yoga, one aspect to be considered is the importance of Yoga anatomy knowledge and how essential it really is for Yoga teachers. Usually, our first brush with the subject is a month of anatomy classes …

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