5 Tangible Ways to Practice Yogic Philosophy

5 Tangible Ways to Practice Yogic Philosophy

The roots of yoga go back thousands of years and yogic philosophy has emerged from so many different texts over the years that the number of teachings is overwhelmingly big. It can be easy to get lost in philosophising and not be sure on how to apply them to our lives...

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How to Make Ghee – The Ayurvedic Way

How to Make Ghee – The Ayurvedic Way

About this recipe Ghee is a staple in ayurveda so it's always good to know how to make your own that way you can keep an eye on the quality and save a few bucks! Ghee is sattvic, increases agni, helps to move āma to be detoxified and is unctuous helping to nourish...

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Why Building Agni is THE Most Important Health Priority

Why Building Agni is THE Most Important Health Priority

Like the sun to the earth, agni (meaning fire in sanskrit) is a source of life to the body. It must be present in the right places and in the right amount in order to bring about a state of health. Too little and our bodies are cold and digestion sluggish. Too much...

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Rasayānas: Why detoxing is only half the work

Rasayānas: Why detoxing is only half the work

Detoxing has been all the rage the last decade or so. We at yoga veda are totally for this trend. However (and it’s a rather important however), it really doesn’t stop there. In ayurveda detox programs called Panchakarma पंचकर्म are temporary measures used to...

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Cosmic Pure Love

Motiveless Tenderness of Heart An Ayurvedic doctor and a true Vedantin, Krishna Murti one night on the way back to Mysore, India after visiting a few villages as a part of his regular selfless service

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Mauna: A Practice of Silence

Author: Jacky Rae Once the disciple approached his Gruu and asked him where that Eternal, the Supreme Infinite, the Brahman of the Upanishadas, was. The master spoke not. The disciple asked him again and again, but the master did not open his mouth. He kept perfect...

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