The 8 Limbs Of Yoga Explained

Eight limbs of yogaProbably, you are already practicing yoga, and you are enjoying its benefits to your health. Because of this, you might decide to extend its effect on your entire life through sutras of Patanjali, the eight limbs of yoga. Patanjali introduced the eight limbs of yoga, to assist...
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Drishti Explained

The term ‘Drishti’ comes from a Sanskrit term meaning ‘sight.’ It usually refers to the gazing technique often practiced when holding a particular yoga pose, though it can also be used during meditation to aid in the withdrawal of senses, and the improvement of focus.It is used to refer...
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The Seven Chakras Beginners Guide

In this beginners guide to the chakra system, our goal is to get you an overview of the different main chakras. There are seven different types of chakras in the human body. Each of the seven chakras has a different type of energy. These seven chakras hold the energies in our bodies and help...
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Guru - Teacher

The term ‘guru’ literally translates as ‘heavy’ or ‘venerable.’ It refers to a teacher or guide, and in Hindu tradition describes an intimate spiritual teacher, ‘heavy’ with the spiritual knowledge required for spiritual awareness, and worthy of intense devotion and respect....
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Nadi

Nadi is a Sanskrit word which translates as ‘tube,’ ‘channel,’ or ‘flow.’ It is used to describe the network of channels which allow energy to travel through the body. There are three principal nadis in the body which go through the spinal cord and the chakras; the energy centers of...
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