The Art of Dying (2)
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The Art of Dying (2)

The Art of Dying (2) Inhaling is different from exhaling andExhaling is different from inhalingBoth never happens to us at the same timeBut both happen continuously, one after another. If you breathe fully, in awareness, and with satisfaction thenThere is no pain in exhaling.It happens automatically, and it is as satisfying as inhaling.Without inhaling, there…

About Food and Nourishment
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About Food and Nourishment

About Food and Nourishment We have three living bodies embedded togetherBut superficially it looks one.When it comes to nourishing, it is our responsibility to nourish all three.Consuming food that nourishes theOnly one body and ignoring others is not wise.If you do it willingly, then it is a type of slow suicide. Since childhood, if you…

Meditation – Perspective of a Practitioner
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Meditation – Perspective of a Practitioner

Meditation – Perspective of a Practitioner Namaste An English word Meditation has many meanings Today I sharing my perceptive on a Samskrut word Dhyanam, which is an integral part of Indian yogic traditions. Meditation is a process. We know any process has input, activities, and output. The duration of this process can be as short…