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B M Hegde
Yoga for Human Health and Wellness
To thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day
We breathe without giving it a second thought and take this particular bodily function completely for granted
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Research
 
Dilip Sarkar
Yoga as a Therapeutic Tool
Yoga Therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress towards improved health and well being through the application of the philosophy and practice of yoga
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Gautam Hegde
Mudras in Yoga Therapy
Live thou through a hundred autumns
Mudras in Yoga are gestures made with hands or fingers used in meditation. They are like prayers that involve concentration
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Issues, Inputs
 
Meet our new Co-Editor-in-Chief
One of American's noted medical researchers Joanna Floros has been on our editorial board since the inception
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Ishwar V. Basavaraddi
Yoga as Lifestyle
Yoga is a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living
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Rahul Bansal
Why should Yoga be taught to every Medical Undergraduate Student?
Yoga is one of the most cost effective scientifically validated as well as time-tested tool for health promotion and disease prevention
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Adieu, Hans Peter Düerr (1929-2014)
If you are one step ahead of the world, you are called a genius. What if you are two steps ahead? Yes, you may be called a crackpo
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Musings
 
Herbert Nehrlich
Brain Chemistry Lesson
You asked about your serotonin,
it's such a catchword nowadays
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Herbert Nehrlich
Aspirations
They talked about it, all night and then
the day that followed.
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Herbert Nehrlich
........ism
He pulled the trigger on that noisy morning
in the Bunker of Berlin
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Herbert Nehrlich
The Little People
I had a dream today,
my afternoon siesta had only just begun
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Medha Bhat
A World To Live In....
Whence will the world be impeccable,
Embellished with its peoples' deeds?
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Snippets
 
Patanjali, the Yoga Guru

Patanjali, an Indian philosopher and grammarian who lived around B.C. 200 has been called the founder of Yoga because of his monumental work Yoga Sutra
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Yoga is Mind Control: Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda, a 19th century Indian saint,says, the Raja Yoga is all about concentrating one's mind to discover the innermost recesses of our own mind
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Big Bang and Singularities

When was our universe born? In the 1970s physicists came up with the theory on singularities
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