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Ramblings of an old Yoghini – Second part

Ramblings of an old Yoghini – Second part

Natha yoga  has its roots in Advaita Vedanta. ‘A’ means ‘not’ and ‘dvaita’ means ‘two’. So Advaita means ‘not two’. This means that there is only ONE ‘thing’, and the yogi’s  called this...

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Ramblings of an old Yoghini – First part

Ramblings of an old Yoghini – First part

This is going to be a series of articles that deal with the current world situation. My belief is that we are witnessing a ‘split’, and that each one of us has to make his or her decision which side...

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Hara and the core – Part two

Hara and the core – Part two

Part two Continued from Hara and the Core Part 1 As I explained in Part one, all movements are done VERY slowly, without hurry or stress, starting from the core and with total...

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Hara and the core – Part one

Hara and the core – Part one

Part one The human being is very complex. The part that is visible to the eye is obviously the physical body. This body is, however, the result of, and is composed of, many parts that are not so...

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The first Vital Principle

The first Vital Principle

1. The first Vital Principle: The meditative state of mind or the ‘not-doing’ of meditation The first of the Eight Vital Principles is the meditative state of mind or...

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A timeless story

A timeless story

THE DONKEYS AND THE CARROTS “Once upon a time there were some donkeys who lived happily in a field where they could eatwhat they wanted and do what they wanted, and they thought that they would...

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