Blocked chakras can affect your health, happiness and well-being. In this blog, we explore the importance of chakras and share a few cleansing and balancing techniques for mind-body harmony.
Whether you’re craving a complete mind-body cleanse, or a way to delve deeper into your practice, the Shat Kriyas is key to bringing your body back to its true and most powerful state. Discover how to practice the 6 Kriyas and their remarkable benefits in this step-by-step guide.
The Six Pillars of Happiness are made up of various aspects of life that affect one’s happiness. By developing a life vision, and making changes to match your lifestyle while maintaining health, career, relationships, leisure and spirituality as pillars in their own right, individuals can create balanced lives that lead to greater levels of happiness.
Looking to explore the deeper meanings of yoga philosophy and spirituality in your life? This 6th Pillar will provide you with guidance on creating a life vision, identifying what you want to achieve, and exploring different spiritual practices that can help you reach your goals.
We all strive for happiness, but the problem is it never lasts. How do we feel happy and content in all life’s seasons? Learn more about what makes you happy, the difference between happiness and pleasure, how your expectations affect your happiness and what the pendulum of happiness means.
Practicing the Yamas encourages us to be conscious of our thoughts and actions. In yoga philosophy, the Yamas are the starting point in the eight-limbed journey towards enlightenment. Learn about the Yamas and how to practice them to transform your life with peace and contentment.
Niyamas refers to the habits recommended for a holistic healthy life. These guidelines form part of the Eight Limbs of Yoga. Enhance your life by finding out what Niyamas mean and how to practice the five most common Niyamas.
Raja Yoga involves control of one’s self—your body, breath, mind and desires. The goal is to reach the state of enlightenment, also known as samadhi. Learn more about what Raja Yoga means and how to practice it.
Jnana Yoga is about self-awareness. It isn’t a physical asana practice, but rather one of the four paths to enlightenment. This article dives into what Jnana Yoga is, its purpose and how to practice it.
The ancient and timeless philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita gives us a system for self-development leading to Self-realisation through the four paths of yoga. Bhakti Yoga is one of these four paths. It is the path of devotion. We purify our emotions and direct them to something beyond ourselves. It is a path of love, faith, and practices that engender those feelings further as we reach the ultimate goal.
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