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Sukha Pranayama (“Easy Breath”) Can Have Immediate Positive Effects on High Blood Pressure (Hypertension), Study Finds

It is health that is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver. - Mahatma Gandhi  According to...

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Breathe, Yogic Path

Studies Reveal That Yoga Breathing Exercises (Pranayama) Have An Anti-Inflammatory Effect

Improper breathing is a common cause of ill health.  If I had to limit my advice on healthier living to...

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10 Scientifically Proven Benefits of Pranayama (Yoga Breathing)

Yoga teachings state that if the mind is moving so are the heart and respiration.  When we are angry, our...

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4 Ways Yoga Helps To Activate Your Body’s Ultimate Chillax Mechanism (Parasympathetic Nervous System)

Maybe the most important teaching is to lighten up and relax. - Pema Chodron, Buddhist Monk & Author Ancient Yogis...

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Embodying Your Full Potential By Connecting To Your Entelechy

Everything that is possible demands to exist. - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, 17th-century philosopher Have you ever gotten the sense that...

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Conscious Breathing: Practicing Yoga Anytime & Anywhere, Without A Mat

The average person breathes about 23,000 times per day. Breathing is the one continuous activity we do non-stop, all day,...

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Yoga When You’re Sick: How Your Perceptions Determine Wellness or Illness

The meaning of yoga is connection of mind, body, and spirit.  If you have a bad telecommunication system, your body...

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Get Out of A Bad Mood Quickly With This Simple 4-Step Process

Whenever you feel sad, mad, nervous, or out of control, write down the thought that underlies your unhappiness and ask...

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How To Increase Inner Calm With Ocean Breathing

Calm is retained by the controlled exhalation or retention of the breath. - Sutra 1.34, Book 1, Yoga Sutras of...

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