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  • Yoga for Neurosis

    Neurosis is a functional disorder presented with symptoms like compulsive behavior, lack of confidence, overdependence, inadequacy to face situations etc. The condition does not show mental...
    09/10/2014 by Dr.
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    Yoga for Psychosomatic Gastrointestinal Diseases

    The gastro-intestinal organs are very susceptible in various ways to disorders as a result of emotional disturbances. Imbalance of SamdnaViiyu (digestion energy) is usually due to disturbances in...
    07/10/2014 by Dr.
  • Enjoy Healthy Relationships Through Yoga Practice

    We hear and see people experience problems and pain with difficult relationships in the family, with colleagues at work or friends. To name a few, relationships such as single parents, divorces,...
    29/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Understanding the Bhavas (Mental Disposition)

    The term "bhava" is often translated as feeling, emotion, mood, devotional state of mind. Swami Sivananda explainedbhavaas mental attitude or mental disposition or feeling. The mind embodies the...
    25/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Four Techniques for Better Concentration Among Children

    It often happens that we hear children complaining that they knew the answer to a certain question, but for some reason they haven't got it right. This usually happens due to poor concentration....
    23/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Different Ages and Different Cages

    Dr. Ramajayam G, a PhD Scholar at SVYASA, discuses about different phases of life in this article (Published in Yoga Sudha Vol. XXX Issue 03). Read this article as if you are re-correcting (if...
    20/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Understanding the Eight-Fold Path to Yoga

    Ashtanga Yoga or yoga as it is popularly known is eight-limbed. Ashtanga Yoga is named after the eight limbs of yoga mentioned in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois was an...
    18/09/2014 by Dr.
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    Yoga Lifestyle for AIDS

    Yoga views healthy living as an integration of the spiritual, emotional, moral, physical and social aspects of a person. Awareness about each of these facets of life during the various activities...
    16/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Treating Neurasthenia (Emotional Disturbance) with Yoga

    Nine out of every ten women suffer from a certain amount of nervous instability, generally termed neurasthenia, according to Neurologists. Neurasthenia (as defined by Oxford Dictionary) is a medical...
    11/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Healing Addiction Through Yoga

    Addiction is a disease that afflicts the body, mind and soul. This is true for all kinds of addictions - alcohol, tobacco, gambling or any other kind. A certain habit becomes an unwanted addiction...
    08/09/2014 by Dr.

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