By Asha Saith The word yoga has been a part of my existence since I was a child. My mother employed the exercises for an injury to her spine and my grandmother, noting the benefits started Yoga in her forties and was able to achieve an unassisted headstand in her fifties! For me personally, I do Yoga […]

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“I don’t really care who you are, what your relationship is to me…I just need you to get out.” This words left Martha’s mouth with so much hate and venom I wanted to push my chair back a bit. They were directed at her son, Timothy, who had just told his conservative Christian mom that […]

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By Dr. Rita Khanna Tube lights require a certain voltage to come on. If the voltage is required to be 220 and it goes down to 180, what happens? No light. Air conditioners have a booster attached which completes the circuit so that they can continue to function even when the voltage is low. However, […]

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Yoga Poses for Walking

February 25, 2019

By Faye Martins Walking is a great way to stay in shape. You can walk almost anywhere and during any season. Spending time outside in the sunlight is one of the primary ways to regulate your circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm governs your sleep-wake cycle. Walking earlier rather than later in your day will help […]

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Are failure and success two sides of the same coin? If so, what do we call that coin? Many philosophers call it the dialectic: the notion that opposites are intertwined and overcome one another in a sacred dance that’s difficult to spot; however, once spotted, one sees it everywhere one looks. It’s said that opposites […]

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An abstract painitng with a white background, a red vertical stripe and dark blue traces of paint dropped onto the canvas that could represent writing.

I used to write a lot when I was younger. I used to have passion for the written word and would spend days and nights writing essays, diaries and even poetry. Then it stopped. I lost it. I still thought about writing and even publishing a book but I’d lost my inspiration. What was it […]

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By Kimaya Singh Wintertime is a season of great beauty, serenity and celebration. It is also a time when many of us find that we get a number of colds and are vulnerable to catching the flu. A regular practice of Yoga asanas and pranayama exercises will help to keep you in good physical and […]

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There are a lot of resources out there to help you get started with meditation. While they all try to be as helpful as possible, there are a few super-simple tricks to kick-start your meditation practice that are rarely discussed. Start Small How small? One to two minutes at first, once per day. Starting something […]

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Falling Apart Nobody is perfect! Nobody has a perfect life! Yes, even those friends on Facebook that seem to have the ultimate life, showing off their achievements, their kids, their house. Even celebrities have their fair share of the, not so perfect life, just read some of the gossip magazines. We make choices, bad ones, […]

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By Faye Martins Considering the many physical styles of Yoga, not to mention the diverse philosophies considering its practice, it is little wonder that there is controversy over the use of props. According to some purists, ancient Yogis never used props, and neither should modern ones. While opinions vary, mats are props and most Yoga instructors […]

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