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Pranayama and Bandhas

Breath is the essence of life. You inhale for the first time shortly after arriving in the world even before your umbilical cord is cut. From that moment on you take approximately seventeen thousand breaths each day,which over a lifetime totals about 500 million breaths. In your final moments on this planet, you exhale for the last time; that breath defines the end of your life. Know More

Chakra Meditation

A different type of meditation involves intoning mantras aloud to create a healing resonance in the mind and body. There are mantras associated with each of the seven energy centers in the body, known as chakras. The chakras are major junction points between consciousness the body, and each one is sociated with a specific vibration. Know More

The Law of Dharma (or Purpose in Life)

The seventh spiritual law is the Law of Dharma, which states that every sentient being has a purpose in life. You have unique abilities and your own way of expressing them. There are needs in this world for which your specific talents are ideally suited, and when the world’s needs are matched with the creative expression of your talents, your purpose—your dharma—is realized. Know More

The Law of Detachment

The sixth spiritual law of success is the Law of Detachment which reveals a great paradox of life. In order to acquire something in this world, you have to relinquish your attachment to it. This doesn’t mean you give up the intention to fulfill your desire—you simply give up your attachment to the outcome. Know More

The Law of Intention and Desire

The fifth spiritual law of success is the Law of Intention and Desire, which is based upon the recognition that at the level of the quantum field there is nothing other than energy and information. This quantum field, which is really just another name for the field of pure potentiality, is influenced by intention and desire. Know More

The Law of Karma

The third spiritual law of success pertains to karma, or cause and effect. Every action we take generates a force of energy that returns to us in kind—as we sow, so we reap.When we consciously choose actions that bring happiness and success to others, the fruit of our karma is happiness and success. Know More

The Law of Giving and Receiving

Giving and receiving is the low of life.When we give with love and accept with deepest gratitude our souls rejoice.The second spiritual law of success is the Law of Giving and Receiving, which states that the universe operates through dynamic exchange. Your body is in constant and dynamic exchange with the body of the universe. Know More

The Law of Pure Potentiality

Through the Low of Pour Portentiality,I can create anything,anytime,anywhere The first spiritual law of success is the Law of Pure Potentiality,which states that at the core of your being you are pure awareness. This realm of pure wareness is the domain of all possibilities and underlies creativity in all its forms. Pure consciousness is your spiritual essence and the source of your joy in life. Know More

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga to the practice of yoga because the principles that underlie yoga are the principles that support a life of balance,flexibility, and vitality. The practice of yoga is practice for life. Success in yoga provides a template for success in life. Know More

The Spiritual Life.

THAT which Is from the oldest Scripture of our race, is really the motto on which I am going to speak to you to-night, and I am gomg to try to trace for you the famous two paths of the finding of the Self - the paths which may be trodden separately, but which for the perfection of Humanity must finally blend mto one. Know More

seven Basic Chakras

There are seven basic Chakras in our bodys.Each has a location, a function, an influence, color and many other things.They are the seven centers of energy in the human body. Know More

Attitude of Appreciation

An attitude of gratitude means making it a habit to express thankfulness and appreciation in all parts of your life, on a regular basis, for both the big and small things alike Know More

Forgiving Other People

Forgiveness is a gift you give to yourself. It is not something you do for somebody else. It is not complicated. It is simple. This includes forgiving other people situations and likewise yourself. Know More

Spiritual Thinkings

Spiritual thinking asks us to devote to a different way of thinking than we have been educated and conditioned to do. It is a way to think promoting ... Know More

Spiritual Cleansing

Spiritual cleansing is a process utilized in psychic readings to dispel damaging energy. A lot of people feel that negative energy surrounds us and it responsible for a lot of difficult things that occur within our lives and psychic reading or tarot reading may help. Know More

On Some Difficulties of the Inner Life

EVERY one who sets himself in earnest to the living of the Inner Life encounters certain obstacles at the very beginning of the pathway thereto, obstacles which repeat themselves in the experience of each, having their basis in the common nature of men. Know More

Spiritual Life for the Man of the World

THE Rev. R. J. Campbell, M.A., who presided, said : In introducing the lecturer to a City Temple audience it is not my desire to indulge in personalities which might be embanassing to her, but I feel it is due to ourselves to say that we recognise in Mrs. Besant one of the greatest moral forces of the day. Know More

Spiritual Thinkings

When youre able to have positive thoughts regardless what is going on – when you are able to see the higher power in all individuals and in all situations – you are well on your way to spiritual health. Know More

Words of Spiritual Encouragement

Studying and listening to spiritual sayings from enlightened people may help you keep your focus steady and your belief strong. Know More

Towards Mental Purity

There are a number of simple rites the performance of which will free you from inner impurities. From generation to generation our forefathers performed them and earned happiness and contentment. We must follow in their footsteps. We do not have to go in search of any new way of life, any new doctrine or belief. Know More

Gita Jayanti - The origin day of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita

Gita Jayanti is the birth anniversary of "Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta". According to the Hindu Panchang, Gita Jayanti is celebrated on Margashirsha Shukla Ekadashi. Gita Jayanti is also called Mokshada Ekadashi. Know More

Puja

Every family must perform puja to Isvara. Those who find it convenient to do so may conduct elaborate types of puja after receiving proper initiation into them. Others need perform only a brief puja, not lasting more than ten minutes or so. Office goers must offer at least this brief worship. The sacred bell must ring in every home. Know More

SHIVA (HIS HOLY RIVER MOTHER GANGA)

The River Ganges, more than all other rivers, has inspired the hearts of the Indian population through the Ages. The uncounted millions who have prayed on her banks and bathed in her waters from the source to the sea, tell the colourful story of India’s spiritual quest. Know More

Karma is the Starting Point of Yoga

Karma yoga, also called Karma marga, is one of the three spiritual paths in Hinduism.People usually think that yoga means no more than controlling the breath and sitting stone-like Know More

SHIVA (HIS SYMBOLS)

Many symbols have come to be associated with Lord Shiva and although their origins are obscured by time, their meanings are as true and vibrant as ever. Know More

The Chakras

The belief that everything in ones body on a subtle level has a series of energy field or center of consciousness. In traditional Tantric teachings these fields are called Chakras. These chakras are along or just in front of the back bone although they may be expressed at external points in the body. Know More

History of Spiritual Healing

The traditional Medicine Man, or Woman, as the case often was, watched the goings on in their environment. They observed the animal life, birds, climate, and other actions or changes to determine whether the future would be successful or difficult. Know More

Yoga Philosophy: Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga (Ashta – 8, Anga – Limb) is the path to enlightenment that offers guidelines for a peaceful, meaningful and purposeful life.The first four stages of Patanjali's Ashtanga yoga concentrate on refining our personalities, gaining mastery over the body, and developing an energetic awareness of ourselves. They are preparation for the next 4 limbs. The second half of the journey deals with the senses, the mind, and attaining a higher state of consciousness.The Yamas and Niyamas can be approached individually or they can be seen as a progressive system towards Realization. Know More

What Is Spiritual Healing?

Spiritual healing is the ability of your mind and soul to repair your ailments. These ailments are not limited mere physical wounds, but can also relate to mental illness and self esteem issues. Many modern day physicians invoke the idea of spiritual healing along with western medicine as a means to promote the health of their patients. Know More

Adhik Mass

Adhik Maas is an extra month in the Hindu calendar that is inserted to keep the lunar and solar calendars aligned. Purushottam is an epithet of Vishnu, to whom the month is dedicated. The position of Adhik Maas amongst the other months is variable, re-occurring about every 32.5 months. Know More

Vishwakarma Jayanti - The Birthday of the architect!!!

Vishwakarma Jayanti is a day of celebration for Vishwakarma, a Hindu god, the divine architect. He is considered as swayambhu and creator of the world. He constructed the holy city of Dwarka where Krishna ruled, the Maya Sabha of the Pandavas, and was the creator of many fabulous weapons for the gods. Know More

Yoga and Speech (Hindu Dharma)

When you play the harmonium the nagasvaram or the flute the sound is produced by the air discharged in various measures through different outlets. Our throat has a similar system to produce sound. It is not that the throat alone is involved in this process. How do we speak and sing.Speaking or singing is an exercise that has its source below the navel in the muladhara or root-base of the spinal column. Know More

Radha Ashtami - The birth anniversary of Krishna Sangini Radha

The Ashtami Tithi, Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada is dedicated to Radha, the consort of Lord Krishna. The day commemorates her birth anniversary, and hence, it is referred to as Radha Ashtami Know More

Ganpati Maha Utsav

Ganesh Maha Ustav is the most important annual festival dedicated to Lord Ganesh, who is also known as Ganpati, Vinayaka and several other meaningful names. He is hailed as Vighnaharta (the one who removes obstacles), and hence he is worshipped first before initiating a new venture, work or auspicious beginning like marriage or Griha Pravesh. Ganpati Utsav, in Hinduism, 10-day festival marking the birth of the lord Ganesha, the god of prosperity and wisdom. It begins on the fourth day (chaturthi) of the month of Bhadrapada , the sixth month of the Hindu calendar, also called Ganesh Chaturthi. Know More

Brahmana and Aranyaka (Hindu Dharma)

So far, in speaking of the Vedas, I have dealt mainly with the Samhita part of each sakha or recension. We have already seen that the Samhitas are the main text of the Vedas. Apart from them, each sakha has a Brahmana and an Aranyaka. The Brahmana lays down the various rites - karma - to be performed and explains the procedure for the same. Know More

The Four Vedas(Hindu Dharma)

"Anantah vai Vedah", the Vedas are unending. The seers have, however, revealed to us only a small part of them but it is sufficient for our welfare in this world and next. We are not going to create many universes like Brahma that we should know all the Vedas. We need to know only as many as are necessary to ensure our good in this world. Know More

Those who conduct Sacrifces(Hindu Dharma)

One who performs a yajna or sacrifice spending on the material and dakshina is called a "yajamana". "Yaj" (as we seen already) means to worship. The root meaning of "yajamana" is one who performs a sacrifice. In Tamil Nadu nowadays we refer to a "mudalali" as yajaman. It is the mudalali who pays the wages. So it is that we have given him the same place as the yajamana who pays dakshina in sacrifices. Know More

Animal Sacrifice in the Age of Kali (Hindu Dharma )

An argument runs thus: In the eons gone by mankind possessed high ideals and noble character. Men could sacrifice animals for the well-being of the world because they had great affection in their hearts and were selfless. They offered even cows and horses in sacrifice and had meat for sraddha. Know More

The Purpose of Sacrifices (Hindu Dharma )

Why is it that religion alone has the rites called yajnas or sacrifices? If a crop grows in surplus in our place we trade it with what is available in plenty in another and is not produced in our own. The carpenter, the blacksmith and other artisans make useful articles and serve us in many ways. Know More

The Threefold Purpose of Yajna(Hindu Dharma)

The Vedic sacrifices have threefold purpose. The first is to earn the blessings of the deities so that we as well as all other creatures may be happy in this world. The second is to ensure that, after our death, we will live happily in the world of the celestials. Know More

Rig veda HYMN VI Indra

This is about Rig Veda HYMN VI Indra Know More

Not in Other Religions(Hindu Dharma)

There is a big difference between our religion, the "Vedic mata", and other faiths. Religions like Christianity and Islam speak of one God. The Vedas too proclaim that there is but one God and that even an ordinary mortal is to be identified with him. Know More

The Glory of the Vedas (Hindu Dharma )

The Vedas are eternal and the source of all creations and their greatness is to be known in many different ways. As I have already stated, their sound produces in our nadis as well as in the atmosphere vibrations that are salutary not only to our own Self but to the entire world. Here we must understand "lokakshema" or our welfare of the world to mean the good of mankind as well as of all other creatures. Know More

Sound and Meaning (Hindu Dharma)

An interesting thought occurs to me here. In Sanskrit the suffix "taram" isused for the comparative degree. "Viryavat" means "strong", "Viryavat taram" means "stronger". It is said in the Chandogya Upanishad (1. 1. 10) that he who meditates on the truth of Omkara (Aumkara) with a knowledge of its meaning, will gain benefits that are "viryavat taram". The implication here is that those who practice such meditation without knowing the meaning will obtain benefits that are “viryavat" Know More

10 spiritual methods to combat stress

Relieve your symptoms of stress by exercising, meditating, sleeping etc. Take care of your body by eating well and getting enough sleep and exercise. Besides, you can try observing your reactions to stressors and whether they are appropriate for the situation. Observation alone is a great way to manage stress. Know More

Mantra Yoga (Hindu dharma)

The fourteen worlds constitute an immensely vast kingdom. It has an emperor and all living beings are his subjects. This kingdom as well as its ruler is eternal and it has its own laws. If the kingdom and the kingemperor are eternal, the law also must be so. This law is constituted by the Vedas. Though the kingdom, the cosmos, is called "anadi", it is dissolved and created again and again. Know More

The Vedas are Infinite(Hindu Dharma)

If the cosmos of sound (sabda-prapanca) enfolds all creation and what is beyond it, it must naturally be immensely vast. However voluminous the Vedas are, one might wonder whether it would be right to claim that they embrace all activities of the universe. "Anantah vai Vedah", the Vedas themselves proclaim so (the Vedas are endless). Know More

Word of God (Hindu Dharma)

We must not distrust the belief that the Vedas are not the work of mere mortals. Followers of other religions too ascribe divine origin to their scriptures. Jesus says that he merely repeats the words of God Know More

Meditation guide for spiritual living

Meditation is a technique that we can use at any time and place to quieten the mind and restore peace and harmony within ourselves. By relaxing our mind through meditation, we can clear the chatter for a time and experience a renewed sense of energy. However, many people who begin a meditation routine prefer to integrate spiritual aspects into their meditation practices. For these people, spiritual meditation is a wonderful way to strengthen the connection between the human mind and divine wisdom. The following are some benefits of meditation: Know More

Krishna Janmashtami - An auspicious festival of hindu.

Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is an annual auspicious Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avtaar of Vishnu. It is observed according to the Hindu calender, on the ashtami of the Krishna Paksh (dark fortnight) inr Bhadrapada. Know More

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