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Celebrating Diwali the yogic way Diwali symbolizes the victory of good (knowledge) over darkness (ignorance). Historically, known as ‘Naraka Chaturdashi’ because Narakasura (symbolic of darkness), a cruel king, was killed by Krishna (symbolic of the light and knowledge). On this auspicious day, it said that if...

Nishpanda Bhava ‘The drama of the world continues. I let it pass, be still and hold my own’! This is one of the most powerful yogic techniques developed by Shri Yogendraji to inculcate a spirit of vairagya, ‘letting go’. We traverse life to hold onto all...

Yoga relief for sinusitis Suffering from throbbing sinus headaches, runny nose and nasal congestion? Well, you are not alone,  The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases survey indicates around 134 million people in India (one in eight Indian) suffer from chronic sinusitis.The sinuses are small...

Prolonged exhalation-Rechaka PranayamaRechaka Pranayama or Yogendra Pranayama-VIII- In this Pranayama practice a long continuous exhalation is done.Starting position: Do preliminary conditioning in Sukhasana or any other meditative posture. If not possible to sit on the floor, sit on a firm chair with an erect backrest. Keep...

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