March 14th, 2011

PROPER EDUCATION IS SUPREME

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The following advantages in their order of ascending priority makes a person occupy high stations in life.  The first is money.  The second is having proper and influential relatives. Third advantage can be the age. Fourth trait can be the capacity to perform.  But the greatest of the advantages is proper education.  The master underlines the supremacy of vidyaa.

Once a king called upon all of his wise men and asked them, “Is there a mantra or suggestion which works in every situation, in every circumstances, in every place and in every time. In every joy, every sorrow, every defeat and every victory? One answer for all questions? Something, which can help me when none of you is available to advise me? Tell me is there any mantra?”

All the wise men were puzzled by the King’s question. They thought and thought. After a lengthy discussion, an old man suggested something, which appealed to all of them. They went to the king and gave him something written on paper, with a condition that the king More

September 21st, 2010

PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT FROM FURTHER DECAY

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This planet is our only home and look what we are doing to it.

Years of neglecting nature–our most precious resource–has caused damage all around the world, and it will only get worse if the exploitation continues.

There is a movement lead by organizations like Greenpeace to protect the environment from further decay. Involment of more people will only make the voice for environment stronger.

Watch this video: http://www.greenpeace.org/india/environment-day-inspiring-action/

Let millions of new people get involved in saving our one and only home.

September 21st, 2010

Easy & Difficult

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It is Easy to get a place in someone’s address book.
It is Difficult to get a place in someone’s heart.

It is Easy to judge the mistakes of others
It is Difficult is to recognize our own mistakes.

It is Easy to talk without thinking
It is Difficult to refrain the tongue.

It is Easy to hurt someone who loves us.
It is Difficult to heal the wound.

It is Easy to forgive others
It is Difficult to ask for forgiveness.

It is Easy to set rules
It is Difficult to follow them. More

April 10th, 2010

Inspiration

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ATTITUDE THAT ONE NEEDS TO DEVELOP

1. When Snake is alive, Snake eats Ants.

When Snake is dead, Ants eat Snake.

Time can turn at any time.

Don’t neglect anyone in your life……… …

2. Never make the same mistake twice,

There are so many new ones,

Try a different one each day.

3. A good way to change someone’s attitude is to change your own.

Because, the same sun that melts butter, also hardens clay!

Life is as we think, so think beautifully.

April 10th, 2010

Religious Tolerance

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On 5th September 2000, Swami Avadhutananda Saraswati (formerly Brah. Harish Chaitanya) spoke to members of UNWO about Religious Tolerance, at the UN Conference Hall, Kathmandu, Nepal. The third in his series of talks to UNWO—the first two being “The Pursuit of Happiness” and “Coping with Loss”—these addressed some of the issues that have troubled the world since time immemorial, and continue to trouble us today. Swamiji’s talk dealt with the violence in the name of religion and the root cause of religious intolerance—a lack of understanding of the fundamentals of different religious philosophies.

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Today the world is facing several crises. We have food crisis, water crisis, health crisis, economic crisis, fuel crisis, environmental crisis etc. Experts all over the world are engaged in research to find solutions to deal with it. Some of the experts have already come up with some solutions to tackle these crises. We see the implementation of these solutions in some regions of the world. But we are still a long way off from overcoming these crises.

As an inhabitant of planet earth, each individual has a responsibility to help overcome the crises facing our planet. As an individual, how can we contribute in our own small way in overcoming these crises? One way is by investigating what we eat and how it impacts our health and the world around us. Our diet is directly as well as indirectly linked with some of the major crises facing the world, including food, water, health and environment.

Throughout the article below we have some useful statistics on global dietary trends and how it impacts the world along with positive options to help us arrive at our own decision regarding our diet. More

CAUTION: All the yoga practices given below should be practised under the guidance of a trained and experienced yoga teacher.Yoga practices prescribed for anxiety / nervous tension / stress and strain are with the assumption that the patient doesn’t suffer from any other health problems apart from the aforesaid ones for which yoga therapy is suggested, as certain yoga practices may be contra-indicated for other health conditions. Contra-indications, if any, for various yogaasana-s and yogik kriyaa-s are given in Appendix I. In case of multiple ailments the patient should always seek guidance from an experienced yoga teacher. Similarly, in the suggested diets, in case of multiple ailments, foods that have to be avoided in case of individual ailment should be avoided even though it may not be so indicated for other ailments and only those foods that are commonly indicated and suits the patient’s constitution should be taken. Relax between two aasana-s or kriyaa-s to normalize the rate of respiration before starting the nextaasana or kriyaa. If any pain or discomfort is felt at any time during the practice of any aasana or kriyaa it should be immediately discontinued. Barring a few, most of the yogaasana-s and yogik kriyaa-s should be practised on empty stomach, preferably in the morning. Apart from some aasana-s and kriyaa-s, which can be practiced at other times independently, please follow the sequence in which they appear unless otherwise indicated.

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CAUTION: All the yoga practices given below should be practised under the guidance of a trained and experienced yoga teacher.Yoga practices prescribed for backache and lumbago are with the assumption that the patient doesn’t suffer from any other health problems apart from the aforesaid one for which yoga therapy is suggested, as certain yoga practices may be contra-indicated for other health conditions. Contra-indications, if any, for various yogasanas and yogic kriyas are given in Appendix I. In case of multiple ailments the patient should always seek guidance from an experienced yoga teacher. Similarly, in the suggested diets, in case of multiple ailments, foods that have to be avoided in case of individual ailment should be avoided even though it may not be so indicated for other ailments and only those foods that are commonly indicated and suits the patient’s constitution should be taken. Relax between two aasana-s or kriyaa-s to normalize the rate of respiration before starting the next aasana or kriyaa. If any pain or discomfort is felt at any time during the practice of any aasana or kriyaa it should be immediately discontinued. Barring a few, most of the yogasanas and yogic kriyas should be practised on empty stomach, preferably in the morning. Apart from some asanas andkriyas, which can be practiced at other times independently, please follow the sequence in which they appear unless otherwise indicated.

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FLATULENCE / GAS / WIND

(Intestinal)

CAUTION: All the yoga practices given below should be practised under the guidance of a trained and experienced yoga teacher.Yoga practices prescribed for flatulence / gas / wind problem are with the assumption that the patient doesn’t suffer from any other health problems apart from flatulence / gas / wind problem for which yoga therapy is suggested, as certain yoga practices may be contra-indicated for other health conditions. Contra-indications, if any, for various yogaasana-s and yogik kriyaa-s are given in Appendix I. In case of multiple ailments the patient should always seek guidance from an experienced yoga teacher. Similarly, in the suggested diets, in case of multiple ailments, foods that have to be avoided in case of individual ailment should be avoided even though it may not be so indicated for other ailments and only those foods that are commonly indicated should be taken. Relax between two aasana-s or kriyaa-s to normalize the rate of respiration before starting the next aasana or kriyaa. If any pain or discomfort is felt at any time during the practice of any aasana or kriyaa it should be immediately discontinued. Barring a few, most of the yogaasana-s and yogik kriyaa-s should be practised on empty stomach, preferably in the morning. Apart from some aasana-s and kriyaa-s, which can be practiced at other times independently, please follow the sequence in which they appear unless otherwise indicated.

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