"The term Bhakti comes from the root 'Bhaj', which means 'to be attached to God'. Bhajan, worship, Bhakti, Anurag, Prem, Priti are synonymous terms. Bhakti is love for love's sake. The devotee wants God and God alone. There is no selfish expectation here. There is no fear also. Therefore it is called 'Parama Prem Rupa'. The devotee feels, believes, conceives and imagines that his Ishtam (tutelary deity) is an Ocean of Love or Prem." Read More: http://www.dlshq.org/teachings/bhaktiyoga.htm- Sri Swami Sivananda
Humans have forever been on a journey to find more meaningful and deeper experiences in life. It comes natural with being human, and arguably since, the word “more” has been easily attached to this search for better experiences. More of materialism, more of love, more of grief, more of money and more of love, almost as though they are testing their extremes.
An ayurvedic practitioner is someone who would diagnose any anomaly in the patient’s body and would provide an ayurvedic remedy as per the requirement and observations. This ayurvedic remedy would include a combination of herbal ayurvedic medicines, oil therapies followed by yoga practice. Since the remedy is a complete healing process, it also includes changes in the habitual eating method and even lifestyle. If you aim to be an ayurvedic practitioner, here is how you can be one:
Spark up the romantic relationship, shed pounds, strengthen the body, calm the mind, or just plain zen out by adapting yoga into your life. Yoga is an ancient holistic system of healing and preventing ailments, and its benefits just not stop on the physical attributes. Yoga is a diverse and intense concept packed with various unique aspects that aim towards a healthy life, longevity, and unification to the universal consciousness.
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