It is one of the world’s oldest languages and belongs to the Indo-European family, meaning that Sanskrit is still alive and well today—at home and abroad.
Ancient Hindu and Buddhist Tantra describe various focal points on the human body, which can be “worked” on to attain physical and psychological benefits.
The Hindu spiritual teachers of the subcontinent play an important role in everyday life, acting as exemplary guides. Yet they are not without their controversies.
How turning the position of the body, quite literally, on its head is believed to increase circulation, improve energy levels, and strengthen muscles.
Calm your mind, focus on yourself, and organize your emotions with these simple exercises for mental wellbeing.
Tsa Lung – a Tibetan yogic practice – combines both breathing and physical exercises to further support meditation and mindfulness.
The practice of yoga nidra – or yogic sleep – is accessible to everyone and can help us relax our body and mind.
The life of Eugenie Peterson led her from Riga to Bombay and eventually Los Angeles, where – as Indra Devi – she became Hollywood’s first yogi.
Is it possible to achieve inner harmony? How can we stop our thoughts for longer than a moment?
In a world of social media and internet scrolling, information is everywhere. How can we turn off and avoid overstimulating our brains?
“The power of egoism is so strong, that we constantly forget who we truly are: pure being and consciousness.” Original text by Marshall Govindan Satchidananda.
Kriya Yoga seminars are constantly organized in Europe and across the world. One of them will be held in Poland this autumn. During the weekend seminar, participants will learn the five-fold path of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga.
From Gregorian chant to Buddhist mantras, a writer explores the therapeutic properties of singing. Original publication by Aleksandra Reszelska.
In the summer of 1920, a young Indian swami boarded a ship from Bombay to Boston. The yogi’s spiritual teachings went on to change the lives of millions. Original text by Paulina Wilk. Read by Konstancja Dangel. Translated by Mark Ordon.