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Gunas, balance and stress

Three Gunas According to Ayurveda and yoga philosophy, all living entities are made up and act under the influence of three qualities, known as gunas. These gunas make up nature and creation. Guna literally translated means rope or attitude. It is a subtle material quality which binds the spiritual consciousness to the material body. The

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Honoring the truth

While reading an article on osteoporosis and yoga, I came across a beautiful quote reflecting my attitude, thoughts and beliefs at the moment: “Progress in yoga is not measured by the mastery of complicated arm balances, but by the ability to move through the world with kindness, wisdom, generosity, and an open heart.” – Carol

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Bhoga or Yoga?

Lately, I have been contemplating about the true aim of Yoga. Yoga is HOT and more and more yoga schools are opening their doors. You can find yoga in most of the bigger fitness school, community centres and schools. The benefits are acknowledged and yoga is recommended by doctors, physiotherapists and osteopaths. Great, isn’t? Yes,

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A drop of inspiration

“Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going fast,  you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.”

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A meditation on Loving-Kindness

I need for a little love? Try this effective and powerful meditation! As best you can, let your mind be quiet, letting go of plans and preoccupations. Then begin to recite inwardly the following phrases directly to yourself. You begin with yourself because without loving yourself it is almost impossible to love others. May I

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Need a happiness boost?

I came across this experiment in gratitude – truly inspiring. It made me cry and smile. Enjoy! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHv6vTKD6lg&w=560&h=315]

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Being you and me

 “The closer people get to self-realization the more ordinary they become” – George Feuerstein – Recently I came across this beautiful quote. For me this is so true. The more you discover who you really are, the more likely you are to live a peaceful and content life. You don’t have to be a famous

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Which direction are you going?

In the yoga sutras Patanjali describes two guiding concepts: abhyasa and vairagya as a key to yoga and to gain control of the mind. Abhyasa refers to persevering practice: a spiritual practice which is regular and constantly practices over a long period of time. Vairgaya can be described as non-attachment or abandonment, in particular from

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