Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Philosophy of Joy – A talk by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

The sole search of every being is joy. Whenever one is searching, whatever one is searching, one is looking for joy — whether it is spiritual or material, whether it is in the movies, bars, or in the church or … Continue reading

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Improve communication skills with Yoga

Yoga establishes the body mind connection Sukshma yoga exercises for face Inner balance found through yoga reflects in the personality and communication skills as well, finds out Anisha Sharma. When I started with yoga asanas and meditation years ago as … Continue reading

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Breathe Out Exam Stress

Meditation helps to focus better at studies. Sore eyes, out of the bed look, a stack of rough notes, sample test papers, and fresh stationary these describe the student gearing up for the exams. The litmus test is on with … Continue reading

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Without Love, Spiritual Path Becomes Dry

Sowing a seed of good deeds can make you feel close to the master. Continued from the previous post on Veils of Misery… Without love, self-study becomes ‘another day’ stuff. Without surrender, self-study is not charming. Do you see what … Continue reading

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The Veils of Misery

Teachings of Buddha. We are talking about tapas. What does tapas do? Why should we undergo tapas? It purifies and strengthens our system, strength and purity. That is the purpose of tapas. But tapas can also bring ego in a … Continue reading

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Sri Sri Yoga Teacher Training Course

Become a Sri Sri Yoga Teacher The Sri Sri Yoga Teacher Training Certification Programs are an excellent opportunity for those interested in teaching yoga, or for those who would just like to enrich their spiritual experiences and bring more discipline … Continue reading

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Standing Forward Bend

Hastapadasana Hasta- hand; Padah- foot; asana- pose Pronounced: Has-tah-pada-sanah How to practice Standing Forward Bend (Hastapadasana) Stand straight with feet together and arms alongside the body. Balance your weight equally on both feet. Breathing in, extend your arms overhead. Breathing … Continue reading

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Standing Forward Bend with Feet Apart

Parsarita Padotanasana Stand erect with your feet 3-4 feet apart, balanced and firmly grounded. Breathegentle deep breaths. Inhale, lengthen the spine, stretch arms overhead. Exhale, bend forward from the hip joints, keeping the spine straight. Place hands on the floor, … Continue reading

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Corpse Pose (Shavasana)

Shava – Corpse; Asana – Pose The asana is pronounced as Shuh-vah-sana This pose gets its name from the recumbent posture of a dead body. It is a position of rest and relaxation, and is usually practiced towards the end … Continue reading

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Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)

Triangle Pose (Trikonasana) Trikona – Triangle; Asana – Pose The asana is pronounced as Tree-kone-ahs-ana Unlike most yoga postures, the Triangle Pose requires keeping the eyes open in order to maintain body balance. How to do the Triangle Pose (Trikonasana) … Continue reading

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