Most comprehensive online courses on scientific and philosophical aspects of yoga, mediation and vedic living.
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"When you sit in the silence of deep meditation, joy bubbles up from within, roused by no outer stimulus. The joy of meditation is overwhelming. Those who have not gone into the silence of true meditation do not know what real joy is."
We will take you through the millenniums old history of Yoga. From its initial days to development in present form.
Yoga is based on vast amount scientific researches conducted for centuries by ancient Indian saints. They looked inward and carried out various experiments on their own bodies to understand the mystries of human soul. You will be introduced to key scientific pillars of Yoga.
Discussion on Patanjali's yoga sutras will be the basis of this course. We will take you through the key concepts one by one.
Meditation works deeply on our mind and habits thereby changing them for good in long run. This course will discuss the science of meditation.
The Sanskrit poem containing dialogue between Lord Krishna and Arjuna is very much contextual in today's life, and more so for an aspiring yogi. An easy to understand discussion will be undertaken in this course to understand the essence of The Bhagwad Gita.
Most of the ancient Indian texts on Yoga, meditation and life were written in Sanskrit Language. This is an introductory course to learn Sanskrit for beginners.
Sanskrit word 'Aachran' means behavior. This course discuss the day-to-day behavior of a Yogi. Ancient schloars have dwelled about the behavior of a Yogi or a person in general in a number of apparently complicated life situations.
An ideal diet is based on various parameters like lifestyle, climate, personal preference and many more. Yogic food has been broadly categories in 3 categories of Sattvic, Tamsic and Rajasic. We will disucss the fundamentals of food and their affects on our bodies, mind and soul.
"The Hindu concentrated on the internal world, upon the unseen realms in the self, and developed the science of Yoga. Yoga is controlling the senses, will and mind. The benefit of its study is that we learn to control instead of being controlled."
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