Moksha or Liberation is the birthright of every man. And one does not need to wait for death or multiple births to experience it, one lifetime is all you need. Find out more about attaining liberation and living fully. Achieve more than you could dream of.
While Siddha's have an oral tradition that dates back millennia and still exist to date within Siddha monasteries which are hidden from the public eye - very little is known about them. Find out more about about them.
Interoception is the window into the body that informs the mind. And as we hone our interoceptive skills, we are able to utilise the influential power and wisdom of our body sensations. Read to understand how Yoga and interoception can change your life.
Many say that Hinduism is the new new name for Sanātana dharma - this is untrue as Sanātana dharma was never a religion but a way of life. In ancient India, there was no religion. Sanātana dharma was about understanding the fundamentals of the universe and living by those principals. Hence it was more science than religion. Read on to understand more...
Siddha's are superconscious humans. They have overcome limitations enabling them to use abilities that all humans possess to a greater level. Although we all have to potential to do it, the attainment of superconsciousness is a challenging task that requires patience, perseverance and skilful practice. Find out how to access these higher teachings.
There is no yoga without meditation. Many international teachers and journals claim that you don't need to meditate in order to practice Hatha Yoga. Yet this idea goes fundamentally against what Yoga is. Discover more..
Interoceptive-Yoga or I-Yoga is a simple 4 step yoga practice designed to deepen your body awareness. It is based on classical Hatha Yoga and scientific research in the field of interoception. Interoception is a scientific term that means inner awareness. By fusing scientific understanding with the ancient practices of yoga, Interoceptive Yoga has the ability to train body and brain more speedily than traditional methods.
Ancient yogis drew a map to explore the deepest levels of our being. This map was also used to guide our yoga journey. This map consists of the five layers of the human body that we have to transcend to gain enlightenment. In this article I explain these five layers and present you with a simple framework for working towards the ultimate goal of yoga - samadhi or enlightenment.
Samadhi as the highest state of wisdom. Yoga practice disciplines body and mind - giving you control over both - so you may stop the mental fluctuations at will. With regular yoga practice we train and develop neural pathways to achieve a states of samadhi or tranquility. Over time our bodies become hardwired to maintain this state of continued tranquility - making it possible for us to attain Superconsciousness or Turiya. Read on to understand.
The dark night - with no moon to light the sky - has been celebrated in ancient Egypt, Greece and India since antiquity. The worship of Thoth in Egypt, Dionysus in Greece, Pashupathi or Shiva in India, suggests that these cultures shared a common belief – the only way to transform was to let go of the norm.