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The Circle of Tongues

How do teachers become controversial? What is the purpose of this passage? How does the controversy take form? I have witnessed the phenomenon of accusations against spiritual leaders and progressive thinkers as I have studied the lives of scientists and mystic...

Vitality in the muscles with Kakshadhara Marma

This beautiful spot in your body works faithfully for you to keep your muscles strong and vital. The Kakashadhara marma is the first marma in the upper extremity. The 'kaksha' region refers to the root of the arm (armpit). The word 'dhara' means bearing or holding....

Essence and Hridaya marma

The point of guidance Hridaya means heart, is one center, with one pulse and significant influence on the quality of life and eloquence of a person. The word hridya in Hindi also means the one that receives or distributes. Thus we know that heart is an anatomical...

Building vitality with Rasayana Therapy

What is Rasayana? Rasayan is a Sanskrit word meaning path (āyana) of essence (rasa). It is an early ayurvedic medical term referring to techniques for lengthening lifespans and invigorating the body. Ayurveda teaches that anything supporting and nourishing the blood...

Sacred Feedback

Satsang excerpt  from 2020 All the messages that you hear every moment are the electrical discharge of your higher self into your essence and the essence filters these messages through your belief systems. They go first into the mind as a thought or to your emotions...

Nabhi Marma and 7 Meditation Miracles

Your belly button holds mysteries of your birth, the vitality of your emotions and the force that organize and manage your life. It is also the center of inner fire, of your will and the transformation of matter. Yoga is relating this center to the 3rd chakra, and it...

Ayurvedic Skin Purification

Purification of the skin is a pleasurable and straightforward procedure. The skin is always in contact with the environment and is associated with vatta dosha, sexuality, connection, and it is the " larger lung" of the body. Ayurveda uses dry powders to massage the...

Karna Purana Purification of the ears

The ayurvedic procedure of instilling medicated oils or clarified butter (ghee) in the ears is called Karna Purana. It is beneficial in ear diseases, including hearing loss, tinnitus, Meniere's disease (characterized by main vertigo), swimmer's ear, and other ears'...

How to do abhyanga self-massage

Receiving abhyanga from a trained massage therapist can be a relaxing experience. However, it's also possible to enjoy abhyanga as a self-massage at times of self-purification at home. The role of a therapist's abhyanga massage is to soft down the toxins in muscles...

Kukundara and the acoustics of fluids

The fascinating definitions of marmas include a point in the body related to the energies of the body, mind, prana and dosha. They are vital connecting points to all aspects of our energy, from the innermost consciousness to the outermost physical organs. Charaka (...

Vhidura Marma the Way to Hear the Cosmic Silence

Vidhura Marma is related to the ear and the ear functions. It is composed of important middle ear structures, including the tympanic membrane, ear ossicles (tiny bones in the middle ear) and the Eustachian tube. These structures take part in the conduction, modulation...

Chandra Namaskar- Salutations to the mother moon

Unlike Sun Salutations, which are heating and stimulating, Moon Salutations are cooling and quieting. They are used to calm the mind and draw your awareness inward. Moon Salutations are useful when energy or temperatures are high and a tranquil, quiet presence is...

Entering into the soundless sound of creation with Shanmukhi Mudra

Alignment of personal resonance with the flow of creation can be induced by daily practice. The science of alignment resonance generally has three steps: 1.- Hear your internal resonance. 2.- Hear your external resonance. 3.- Hear the cosmic resonance. 4.- Use a sound...

Performing a Despacho ceremony

Icons in ceremonies bring positive representations for the mind to relate, calm and reprogram itself. Each tradition has icons in ceremonies; Christianity has the chalice, the wine and the bread; Hindus no dought are the winners of exquisite combinations of spices,...

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