Category Archives for "Philosophy"

Mar 10

Hypnotherapy for Healing and Prosperity

By Arhanta Yoga | Energies/ Pranayama/ Chakras / Ayurveda , Philosophy , Uncategorized , Yoga and physical / mental health

Emotions are born to be experienced. When they are, they dissipate. When they aren’t, they get trapped in the body and the subconscious mind. There they will live, like little creatures, desperately wanting to complete their life cycle. If we continue to ignore our emotions and stuff them into the subconscious, the emotions will start to create scenarios where they can be experienced. It won’t take long for us to see repeating patterns of the same pain over and over again.

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Dec 23

The Concept of Leisure in Light of Yoga Philosophy

By Arhanta Yoga | Philosophy

The concept of leisure does not easily invoke the association with yoga philosophy or spirituality. In my experience, however, it is an essential pillar for a joyful and fruitful life. We experience leisure by engaging in activities that help us unwind and relax. Leisure holds an important place in our lives during the householder stage. According to ancient Indian scriptures, human life should be divided into four stages.

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Dec 17

Relationships in Light of Yoga Philosophy

By Arhanta Yoga | Philosophy , Uncategorized , Yoga and physical / mental health

Humans are social beings.  Our relationships directly influence our happiness and health. There are numerous studies that show that people with a supportive network of loving relationships live longer and healthier. At the same time, most relationships also challenge us. Learn about the wisdom ancient yoga philosophy offers us for creating happy relationships.

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Dec 17

Life Hack: Follow These 5 Steps to Be More Present In Your Daily Life

By Arhanta Yoga | Inspiring Yoga Story , Philosophy , Yoga and physical / mental health

People are constantly seeking ways to better manage stress and feel more peace and happiness in their daily lives. The way we get there is to be more present. Meditation and mindfulness practices are beneficial for cultivating more presence in our daily lives. But before we even address these tools, we need to address the main obstacle holding us back from staying present: our thoughts.

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Oct 16

The Four Seasons of Life: How to Adapt and Thrive Anyhow

By Arhanta Yoga | Inspiring Yoga Story , Philosophy , Uncategorized , Yoga and physical / mental health

one of my teachers also taught me the importance of understanding the seasons of life (as explained by Jim Rohn in his book and famous speeches) and how to use them wisely. Because just as nature, so do we experience different seasons in our personal life. These different seasons can be likened to life, winter, spring, summer, and fall.

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Sep 22

Vishuddha Chakra Balance: How to Balance Your Throat Chakra

By Arhanta Yoga | Energies/ Pranayama/ Chakras / Ayurveda , Philosophy

The energy of the Vishuddha or Throat Chakra can prove to be your greatest strength if used effectively. The ease of communication in expressing emotions is a basic need. When our communication, with others and with ourselves flows, we experience more clarity and positivity of thoughts. When we have more clarity, our intention and actions are clear too and any toxic impurity holds less power over us.

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Mar 05

Yogic Ways to Build Stronger Groups and Relationships

By Arhanta Yoga | Philosophy , Yoga and physical / mental health

As a yoga teacher or coach, chances are you are often working with groups. And in other areas of your life, you are part of groups as well, such as your family or friends. How can you bring a new dimension to the groups and teams that you work with or just make part of, by using principles from yoga? How can yoga help to build a stronger connection with others?

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Feb 11

Sthira Sukham Asanam – Deepen Your Practice with this Ancient Principle

By Arhanta Yoga | Energies/ Pranayama/ Chakras / Ayurveda , Philosophy

For centuries the sutra (verse) sthira sukham asanam from the Raja Yoga Sutras of Patanjali has been a guide to understanding the deeper nature of yoga asanas. But due to the lack of detailed explanation in the Patanjali Sutras, often teachers relate this verse to only seated postures as preparation to pranayama & meditation. But this verse is just as relevant to all other yoga postures. In fact, this famous verse sums up the entire concept of yoga asanas.

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