Week-1 Day-2

ENCOURAGING GOOD HABITS Once, in Thiruccherai, a 4-year old Saaranathan approached an Aacharya (Guru) and asked, “Swami! Can I recite a Bhagavad Gita shloka for you?” Despite his very tight schedule, the Aacharya affectionately replied, “Of course!” Saaranathan happily recited his favourite chapter. Aacharya was pleased with his effort and filled the young boy’s handsContinue reading “Week-1 Day-2”

Week-1 Day-1

CHILDREN MIRROR THEIR PARENTS Gautam Buddha once asked his disciple: “Do you know how to play the veena?” Disciple: “Yes, master” Buddha: “If you stretch the Veena’s strings too tight, will it produce a melodious sound?” Disciple: “No, master” Buddha: “What if you keep the strings too loose; will it produce a melodious sound then?”Continue reading “Week-1 Day-1”

Discover a fresh YOU – A Radiating International Women’s Day Message!

On this International Women’s Day 2021, I wish for all of us to look deep and within to discover a fresh ‘you’ (a brand new version of ‘us’)! I hope and wish to see ourselves cultivating that extra space for “connection” and “bonding”! We can dream without limitations, and even more, achieve them without inhibitions!Continue reading “Discover a fresh YOU – A Radiating International Women’s Day Message!”

Mindfulness – Episode #1

Reflection #2: Meet our characters “Bunch” & “Crunch”  Mindfulness as a calming agent: Being in a state of awareness without being judgmental about one’s own feelings and experiences is being “mindful”. Being mindful allows us to refocus deeply on the present moment – the here and the now. Mindfulness allows us to practically implement whatContinue reading “Mindfulness – Episode #1”

Yoga and Varicose Veins

Energy flows via yogic alignments in our body parts. It causes cells in each organ to garner the vital “prana” momentum. The weak parts normally twist or bulge or swell. Inflammation and inflation both are good within limits; of course, everything must be contained before contamination. And so are the leg muscles in particular. TheContinue reading “Yoga and Varicose Veins”

Methodology of Balancing

Balanced methodology via the combined Asanas… The Matsya Asana Posture with variations and proper take-off procedures is a marginal, yes, an additional tool in the kitbox of wellness. Similarly the Dhanur Asana. The bending, perching, stooping, lunging in different directions with speed control but with a flow-rhythm strengthens the core muscles and the entire bodyContinue reading “Methodology of Balancing”

Added Preliminaries – Part-1

Today we will look into some added preliminaries for the Matsya Asana and Dhanur Asana that we have learned earlier… The Matsya Asana alignment with the chest expansion and the next flow-back touch of the crown-earth actually creates a transformation. The dhrishti or gaze in fact creates one-pointedness, called Ekagra. It is because of controlledContinue reading “Added Preliminaries – Part-1”