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  Namaskaram and Happy Navratri to all our lovely readers! If you’re looking for some easy and refreshing juice recipes to try this festive season, then you’re in the right place!  In this blog I am sharing  some of my favorite juice recipes that are packed with nutrients and easy to make.  So, let’s get...
Upa Yoga activating the energy system
In the hustle and bustle of our modern lives, the subtle melody accompanying each moment—the rhythmic dance of our breath—often goes unnoticed. Sadhguru observes that for many, attention to breath arises only during extreme conditions like bronchial spasms or excessive breath, missing the significance of regular breath due to attention deficiencies, now strangely considered a...
A beautiful South Indian Temple
  A Month of Tranquility, Spiritual Evolution, and Equilibrium The Tamil month of Margazhi, also known as Margashirsha or Dhanur masa, holds a remarkable significance within the Indian calendar. Beginning on the 16th or 17th of December, this auspicious period invites us to transcend the mundane and embark on a spiritual quest. Although each month...
a diya glowing brightly
It’s the season of festivals, a joyous time that brings people of all walks of life together. As the Earth orbits the sun, the seasons shift, and various celebrations bloom like vibrant colors on a massive canvas.From the spirited Garba beats of Navratri to Diwali’s twinkling lights, from the victory of Dussehra to the warmth...
A little girl practising Nadi Shuddhi
In today’s fast-paced world, where stress and distractions abound, it’s essential to introduce children to practices that promote their overall well-being. Yoga, with its numerous physical and mental health benefits, is an ideal choice. But it raises the question: At what age can children start practicing yoga? In this guide, we’ll explore when to begin,...
Sahguru, a renowned yogi bowing down to his food.
Fork, Knife, or Fingers?  How Ditching Cutlery Could Change Your Relationship with Food.   I vividly remember a time when I was in grade 2, after coming back from school I was relishing my favorite, Matar Pulav ( Basmati rice cooked with peas and vegetables), with my bare hands. I felt a sense of contentment and...
Power of posture explained
The Power of Posture and the Role of Karma In our daily routines, we often overlook the importance of posture. However, when ignored, this can lead to body misalignment and health problems. Interestingly, this physical misalignment can be closely linked with our karma. Karma, derived from ancient Sanskrit, refers to the sum of a person’s...
A girl doing Bhujangasana : The Cobra
  Debunking Common Myths About Yoga: Separating Fact from Fiction Have you ever believed that yoga is only for the young and fit, requiring impossible postures and extreme flexibility? Are you hesitant to try yoga because of the misconception that it is a religious practice that may clash with your own beliefs? If you answered...
globe with a yellow sticky note saying stay home
The post-Covid era has compelled us to confront aspects of ourselves that may have remained unnoticed before. After months of isolation and disrupted routines, we’ve had ample time for introspection. Many of us resorted to work, meaningless distractions, the internet, or virtual connections to fill the void, only to find ourselves feeling restless and unfulfilled....
A boy doing neck practices
In the vast realm of yoga, there exists a valuable tool called Isha Upa-Yoga. Today, we will delve into the essence of Upa-Yoga and its significance. Our joints, often taken for granted until they start causing discomfort, are intricate systems that enable our daily activities. They are like finely tuned machinery, and their longevity depends...
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