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Impact of Yoga at an Early Age

The hectic lifestyles that we have created for ourselves, coupled with the polluted atmosphere around us - all seep into children's psyches at an early age. During these years of growing up, by nature, the mind is in a continuous mode of exploration, learning, and growth. This natural process...

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Mental Pollution and Children

Raising kids from this generation poses some unique challenges because of all the recent technological advancements. No one can deny the reach technology has in our lives, or even more so - the lives of our children.   As a result, it’s important for parents to ...

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Good Vs Evil? Perhaps There Is Something More!

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Goddess Durga is one of the most important Hindu deities worshiped by people from every corner of the earth. Devotees see her as their benevolent mother who protects devotees from evil energies and misfortunes. According to mythology, Durga was born from the gods to battle the...

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Unplugging From Technology!

From meals being one tap away to all the different video streaming services available today, the present reality is pretty much laced with convenience and bad health. Care to take a read? As our love affair with smartphones continues to grow, so does the mounting evidence of their dam...

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In Every Part of The Universe Lies an Entire Universe!

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One of the most celebrated Hindu festivals, Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna who is the eighth incarnation or avatar of Lord Vishnu. Many customs have been developed in various regions of India, all based on tales from Krishna's life. Yet there is one such tale that teaches us...

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Nava Durga: The Nine Manifestations of Mother Goddess

In Indian mythology, the goddess Durga is regarded as the Divine Mother who slays evil forces in order to maintain peace and tranquility throughout the world. Whenever the divine gods required her assistance, she would descend and fight for the good of the world. For this reason, every t...

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A Spiritual Perspective On Nag Panchami

For those who follow the Vedic tradition, every act in life holds great spiritual significance. There are many festivals throughout the year where spirituality takes precedence and celebrations make way for opportunities to grow spiritually. Each festival offers something special; a chance to...

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Nature: A Home For True Happiness

Conscious practices can connect us with nature and help reduce stress, heal, and bring positive feelings and happy thoughts.     Three conscious practices outside your home  Nature walks and if possible bare feet, to touch and feel the water...

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Nature: Mother To All

Healing is the natural property of the body and is maintained by the innate self-regulation called homeostasis. However, a wide variety of factors can disturb self-regulation and interfere with the process of healing. Such factors include infections, injuries, mental trauma, scarcity of food,...

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A Transformative Journey Through Somatofulness

A child is born with almost a fully active body, life energy or Prana, open consciousness, and connection to nature.  Around the age of two to four, the sense of ‘I’ emerges in the child, creating self-awareness. Self-awareness brings the delights of life, but also the fear of death....

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