Spirituality

Our society places value on staying in control and creating a life that is always organized,...
by Leo Carver
two people meditating
Whether your motives for practicing meditation are personal or more altruistic, the effects for the...
by Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand)
The eighth and last limb of yoga is Samadhi, or “integration” or “absorption,” and is the final...
by Michelle Fondin
7 Days a Week: Daily Habits for Peace
If you’re looking to create peace all around you, try these seven daily habits for developing peace...
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.
When many people think of health, they only consider their physical bodies. If you want a vibrant,...
by Tris Thorp
The 4 Paths of Yoga
Vedanta offers us four paths of yoga to help us rediscover who we are and return to a life of joy,...
by Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand)
meditating
The Seven Spiritual Laws are powerful principles you can use to fulfill your deepest desires with...
by The Editors at Chopra.com
playing in water
Summer isn’t just about backyard barbecues and vacation. The season is an ideal time to revitalize...
by Melissa Carver, Ph.D.
Ganesha, one of the most distinctive Hindu deities with his large elephant head and pot-bellied...
by Melissa Eisler
shiva
Shiva, whose name means “auspicious one” in Sanskrit, is both a protector and destroyer. He can be...
by Melissa Eisler

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