Spirituality

The Law of Karma or Cause and EffectEvery action generates a force of energy that returns to us in...
Exploring Vedic Archetypes: How to Get Started
The word archetype often evokes thoughts of one-dimensional characters—the sage, the adventurer,...
by Melissa Eisler
Dhyana: The Seventh Limb of Yoga
Dhyana is often used interchangeably with the practice of meditation. There is, however, a distinct...
by Michelle Fondin
Appreciating OM: The Sound of the Universe
You may chant “OM” in your yoga or meditation class, but do you really know what it means? Learn...
by Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand)
7 Outdoor Activities that Boost Your Prana
Prana is the invisible but powerful energetic force that pulses throughout nature. If you want to...
by Michelle Fondin
Vishnu
Vishnu is seen as the divine arbitrator. He protects justice and moral order by mediating...
by Melissa Eisler
Brahma: The Archetype of Creation
Brahma, the god of creation, is usually depicted as a bearded, four-faced, four-armed deity. He...
by Melissa Eisler
Shakti, one of the most important goddesses in the Hindu pantheon, is really a divine cosmic energy...
by Melissa Eisler
sitting with eyes closed
You may have a basic understanding of the seven chakras—but do you know how to benefit from them?...
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.
No-Expectation Zone: Letting Go of Expectations During Meditation
Having expectations during meditation introduces effort and will keep the mind at a superficial...
by Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand)

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