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Yoga can seem mysterious or even weird at times, when seen from afar. This is especially true the more spiritual the yoga practice gets, or the deeper we delve into Antar Yoga, further away from yoga as a well-being practice focused on the body. One of the highest forms of yoga is tantric yoga, especially the one focusing on the inner goddess.
When you’re busy working and living your busy, hectic life, it’s easy to neglect your sleep. It’s often only when our sleep pattern becomes seriously disrupted that we realize just how important a good night's sleep really is. For many of us, getting a consistent amount of sleep every night is a challenge at the best of times.
Vedas are the books of knowledge compiled by the Guru Veda Vyasa born in Damauli Nepal in the previous eons. The 4 Vedas (Rig-Veda, Samveda, Ajurveda and Atharvaveda) are the father of all the religious texts, literatures and scientific discoveries. And, Ayurveda is one of the chapter of Atharvaveda that studies herbal medicines and over-all longevity / well-being of human-beings. The word Ayurveda comes from the Sanskrit language of Nepal meaning Ayur (life) and Veda (Knowledge). Obviously, the origin of Ayurveda is the pious land of Nepal.
Silence is golden. Practicing silence is a powerful way to see ourselves more clearly and to observe the relationship between our inner and outer worlds with greater understanding. Time spent in intentional silence can go a long way toward revealing the architecture of our hearts and unfolding a life full of fulfillment and purpose.
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