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All religions and spiritual traditions put forward the goal of liberation and enlightenment.
Samadhi is a state of awareness first described in yoga literature over 2,000 years ago. It is a state of consciousness described by all religious and spiritual traditions but called by various names: heaven, nirvana, trance, satori and countless others. It is the peak experience of spiritual training and the eighth and final aspect of the journey of yoga.
My life is full of relationships. I find that healthy relationships bring joy in life. In order to truly be in a relationship we must know ourselves and the other person. The extent to which we know ourselves, is the extent to which we can know others. Yoga and meditation give us the opportunity to learn about ourselves.
Luckily, one of our superpowers as human beings is to alter and control these stress responses to keep our body in a state of homeostasis, where optimum health resides. During this current pandemic, it is essential to have tools to maintain overall health and wellness.
There is no doubt that alcohol can have adverse effects on people who choose to drink regularly and maybe to excess. While these effects are highly dependent on the physical and genetic makeup of each individual, women who drink alcohol experience unique effects.
When it comes to caring for aging parents, here are six things you can do to connect with them, keep their spirits up and help them feel integrated and important in their lives.
What shall I do with my time? What are you going to do with yours? This is one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves. It is a question that necessitates a bit of inquiry.
Remember, though, that yoga should be enjoyable and should fit your mood and schedule each day. Whether you’re traveling, too busy to get to your studio, too exhausted, or can’t fit studio membership into your budget, here are five great tips to making a daily yoga practice accessible and enjoyable.
The focus of this article, however, is on utilizing mudras to open the spiritual heart center, where the greatest sensation of harmony and oneness with yourself, God, and the rest of the world resides.
Like seeds, the negative ideas grow in your mind and keep you in their vice. When something triggers them, they sprout forth and ruin our sunny day. Through meditation, however, we can develop two solutions to reverse our negative thoughts and self-talk.