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Peace of Mind is HappinessSwami Dharmananda is a faculty of the Sivananda Institute of Health (SIHY) and is one of the main teachers of Yoga Philosophy and Meditation at the Ashram. View Profile >"Health is Wealth, Peace of Mind is Happiness, Yoga shows the Way" ...
Yoga is not escaping life, but facing life’s difficulties with detachment and fortitude.
I want to share with you a true story of karmic disease and karmic healing. Disease can be karmic, i.e., not sure of the cause, but meant to happen for self-transformation and growth.
We have been instructed to first put the oxygen mask on ourselves in case of emergency on a flight, then put it on others who can not do it themselves.
In the same manner, you need to uplift yourself and help yourself first before helping others.
In this podcast on Yogic Guidelines to Alleviate Suffering, Swamiji tells us that the causes of suffering are mental, emotional, and karmic.
This podcast is an a webinar by Swami Sitaramananda from 2016. Swamiji discusses Yoga and Healing and how holistic healing of body, mind, and spirit can happen through the practice of yoga asana, pranayama, relaxation, and meditation.
This is the audio file from the documentary film on the yoga health education-training course which is a yoga therapy course where we focus on positive health and well-being.
This is the audio file from the documentary film on the International Sivananda Yoga organization.
Swamiji shares that karma means action and comes from our desires. Our actions from the past will result in our present situation.
In this podcast, Swami Sita teaches from the book Crest Jewel of Discrimination written by Adi Sankaracharya.
Many people come to yoga because of stress in their lives. In fact, most diseases that people suffer from come from stress. Stress is in fact a subjective phenomenon.
Yoga life is a conscious life. In yoga, we become conscious of our actions. It’s not what you do that is important, but the attitude in which you do it.
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