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Summer isn't just about backyard barbecues and vacation. The season is an ideal time to revitalize your body with outdoor observation and meditation, and activities. Here are 10 suggestions to get you started.Read More
Ganesha is one of the most distinctive Hindu deities with his large elephant head and pot-bellied human body. He plays a dual role of a supreme being powerful enough to remove obstacles and ensure success or create obstructions for those whose ambition has become destructive. Ganesha is an...Read More
Shiva, whose name means “auspicious one” in Sanskrit, is both a protector and destroyer. He can be a source of inspiration or act as a role model as you try to achieve a goal.Read More
The word archetype often evokes thoughts of one-dimensional characters—the sage, the adventurer, the saint, and sinner—found in literature or the movies. But in the Vedic traditions, an archetype is a perennial theme that resides in the universal soul.Read More
Dhyana is often used interchangeably with the practice of meditation. There is, however, a distinct difference between meditation as a practice and the state of being that is dhyana.Read More
You may chant “OM” in your yoga or meditation class, but do you really know what it means? Learn how the sound of OM weaves into your daily life, and how it relates to spiritual growth.Read More
Prana is the invisible but powerful energetic force that pulses throughout nature. If you want to increase your energy levels, here are seven activities that tap into the five elements and increase your prana.Read More
Vishnu is seen as the divine arbitrator. He protects justice and moral order by mediating disagreements, whether they involve humans or gods. He is an archetype you might call on when seeking patience.Read More

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