Month: October 2011

Happy Diwali

WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HAPPY DIWALI Rujuta Diwekar, Nutritionist, Says, Diwali is the time when even the smartest of us will put the body through a mindless routine of fasting and feasting. What’s worse? We fast during the day, when the body is completely capable of digesting and absorbing, and feast when all that […]

Mantras

OPENING PRAYERS OM SAHA NAVATU SAHA NAU BHUNAKTU SAHA VIRYAM KARAVAVAHAI TEJASVINAVADHITAMASTU MA VIDVISAVAHAI OM SANTIH SANTIH SANTIH MAHAMRITYUNJAYA MANTRA (11 TIMES) OM TRAYAMBAKAM YAJAAMAHE SUGANDHIM PUSHTIVARDHANAM URVAARUKAMIVA BANDHANAAT MRITYORMUKSHEEYA MAAMRITAT GAYATRI MANTRA (11 TIMES) OM BHUR BHUVAH SWAHA TAT SAVITUR VARENYAM BHARGO DEVASYA DHEEMAHI DHIYO YO NAH PRACHODAYAAT 32 NAMES OF DURGA (03 TIMES) […]

Mind your body That Plastic Smile Won’t Do!

This is the latest article in times outlook where nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar speaks Plastic pollutes the adult body too but is more damaging to children You want to give your children the very best, so you buy them fancy lunchboxes and make sure they drink bottled mineral water. You buy their vegetables, fruits, dals and […]

yoga at anyplace, at anytime

never underestimate the tiny – mini yoga do a back bend over the back rest of your chair while in office observe line of energy moving in your body do a single exhalation and soften the skin of your face when under stress, it enriches fresh circulation to face making you look bright create a […]

Dhyana in Yoga practice

Dhyana or meditation is defined by Patanjali as the uninterrupted flow of concentration of the mind on the object of concentration. The state of dhyana is an extension of dharana. There is a fine difference between dharana and dhyana. In dharana the mind continually tries to think of things other than the object, and the […]

In continuation to dhyana

Dhyana is a wonderful tool which transcends you into a different dimension of who you are. Find the link below about Dhyana addressed by Swami Satyananda Saraswati: http://www.yogamag.net/archives/1979/dapr79/dhy479.shtml