Our Core Principles

Meditation is the Science and Art of doing nothing.

One can enjoy the serenity and joy of meditation only when their Vruttis (traits of the mind) are controlled. The diffused rays of the sun, when gathered together to a point by using a convex lens, can start a devastating fire. Similarly, when thoughts of the mind, which are normally diffused or confused when are gathered together and concentrated, can give us Knowledge and Power.

Ayur means ‘life’ and Veda means ‘knowledge’.

Any knowledge which is systematic and based on facts is known as SCIENCE. This is why Ayurveda is understood as the science of life. Its origin is traced back to the vedic times about 5000 B.C. During this period medicine was dominated by mythology and sages. Ayurveda is not just a system of medicine. It is a way of life. It has been practiced for thousands of years and has clearly stood the test of time.

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Original Life breath, which dwells in the chest region of our body, is called as Prana or Life.
Aayama is energizing it. So, energizing your breath and then spreading that energy all over your chest is called as Pranayama.

Man remains alive so long as he can breathe. He ceases to live as he ceases to breathe. Therefore, one must be well acquainted with and have proper knowledge of how to Breathe.

Our Blogs

JNANA YOGA AND BHARTI’S COMMENTARY

Reality in Death by Bal Thanedar: Part Two

Reality in Death by Bal Thanedar: Part One

Our Events

Kirtan with Karma Beats and Dr. Sachin Deshmukh – Saturday August 20, 2016

Sustaining Meditation Practice – Sachin Deshmukh

Dalai Lama – 80th birthday speech Glastonbury BBC News (8mins)

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