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How practicing yoga asanas can help in managing symptoms of Type 2 diabetes

Yoga at its core is the practice of achieving mind, body and spirit unification for the ultimate goal of spiritual enlightenment. However, numerous research studies have shown how the effects of practicing yoga can lead to improved physical and mental well-being. One such physical diseases which has been increasing exponentially

How mudras can help in releasing past resentments

Besides being used extensively in yoga, meditation and dance, Mudras have been an integral part of many Hindu and Buddhist rituals. Across various disciplines, there exist roughly 399 mudras. It is defined as a gesture, a mystic position of the hands, a seal, or even a symbol whereby specific positions

The 6 benefits of Pranayama

The term “Pranayama” comprises two common Sanskirt words of yoga “Prana” and “Ayama”. Prana is the life driving force behind all living beings, present in humans in the form of Vayu or winds. It regulates all physical functions, for example, the breath, the supply of oxygen, digestion, elimination and much more. And “Ayama”

Psychological Benefits of Yoga

The fields of psychology and yoga have a lot in common. Psychology is described as “the scientific study of behaviour and mind, including conscious and unconscious occurrences, as well as thought,” while the yoga is defined as “To completely know and be at peace with yourself. To connect, join, or

Yoga Philosophy (Application on what you have learnt to your own story)

The term pratyahara is composed of two Sanskrit words, prati and ahara. Ahara is defined as “food” or “anything we take into ourselves from the outside.” Prati is a preposition meaning “against” or “away. Together, Pratyahara refers to the “control of ahara,” or “gaining mastery over external influences.” Pratayahara is

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