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Why and How Maha Shivaratri is celebrated

Why and How Maha Shivaratri is celebrated

Hindus are known for their festivals and utmost beliefs in their gods. In Hindu mythology, out of all the supreme gods and deities, one holds the utmost power: Lord Shiva. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva is one of the three Supreme deities and is prayed and...

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The Purpose of Meditation

The Purpose of Meditation

What is the purpose of meditation? The goal of meditation is to go beyond the mind and experience our essential nature.Which is described as peace, happiness, and bliss. But as anyone who has tried tomeditate knows, the mind itself is the biggest obstacle standing...

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Anahatasana heart opening yoga pose

Anahatasana heart opening yoga pose

Anahatasana is a heart-opening yoga pose that energizes the whole body. The name is derived from the Sanskrit, anahata, meaning “heart,” and asana, meaning “pose.” To enter the pose, begin in table pose. Walk the hands forward until the chest reaches the floor. Keep...

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The Purpose of Meditation

7 YOGA POSES FOR ABS

1: Boat Pose Paripurna Navasana: (par-ee-POOR-nah nah-VAHS-anna)paripurna = full, entire, completenava = boat 2: Bridge Pose Setu Bandha Sarvangasana: (SET-too BAHN-dah)setu = dam, dike, or bridgebandha = lock 3: Crane (Crow) Pose Bakasana: (bahk-AHS-anna)baka = crane...

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BENEFITS OF SWASTIKASANA (AUSPICIOUS POSE)

BENEFITS OF SWASTIKASANA (AUSPICIOUS POSE)

Benefits of Swastikasana (Auspicious Pose): It is a best meditation Asana for those people who cannot sit comfortably or find difficulties in classical poses like Padmasanaand Siddhasana. Those people who are suffering from varicose veins and pain in the leg muscles...

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