The five niyamas are part of the Eight Limbs of Yoga, and they serve as guidelines for living a fulfilling, morally upright life. The niyamas consist of saucha, santosha, tapos, svadyaya, and ishvara pranidhana. Today, we will look at the first one. What is the principle of saucha?[Read more…] about What is the Principle of Saucha?
If you struggle with focusing during a meditation session, consider practicing mantra meditation. What is mantra meditation? A mantra is a word or phrase that you repeat to yourself, and integrating this in your meditation can help boost focus and support relaxation. Follow our mantra meditation below.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: Mantra Meditation
Kapalbhati pranayama is an invigorating type of breathing practice. Kapalbhati pranayama benefits include enhanced circulation, a detoxed digestive system, and higher energy levels.
Below is a guide on how to do kapalbhati pranayama.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: Kapalbhati Pranayama
Practicing compassion for animals is a way we can apply ahimsa in our daily lives. In yoga philosophy, it is believed that all living beings are worthy of love, respect, and honor. See our meditation script below.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: Practicing Compassion for Animals
If there’s one thing in life that I’m really good at, it’s worrying. I’d get a gold star for it. Anxiety runs in my family and I often wonder whether it’s in my genes or whether it’s learned behaviour. Whichever way you look at it though, I spend a lot of my time fretting about things. This is one of the reasons why I’m so interested in Eastern philosophy, holistic health and personal development.[Read more…] about 5 Self-help Tips to Beat Anxiety
Vipassana meditation is an ancient Indian meditation technique. The word vipassana means to “see things as they really are,” and this type of meditation helps one develop insight and clarity. Below is a simple vipassana meditation script.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: A Vipassana Meditation Script