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Resources of the Himalayan Yoga Tradition

Readings and resources of the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Tradition.

On Silence

There is a principle about all your angers and emotions and sadnesses and depressions. I'd like you to remember that principle. That it's seldom about the object present. You think you are being angry with your husband, or with your teacher at school, or with a professor, or with your boss, or an employee, or a friend, the daughter, son, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law.

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Yoga of Zarathustra

One of the most beautiful of many contributions that the Mazda-yasnian communities have made to India has been to set an ideal of co-existence with cultures in such a manner that all cultures in a land benefit and feel mutually inspired.

It is a matter of delight to see how so many Zarathushtrians ( popularly called Parsees)? study the ‘Hindu’ scriptures like the Bhagavad-gita. Many not only practice different forms of yoga but have become renowned yoga teachers.

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Children's Spiritual training


We can't blame everything on genes... People have to open their minds to the terrible possibility that...the important events in the development of a child happen not at conception but years before.


Discover Magazine, Dec. 2002, p.52, quoting Dr. David Barker, Head of the Medical Research Council Environmental Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, England.

The quotation above is with reference to the fact, the Barker Hypothesis, that the health condition of parents long before conception may determine the onset of diseases their child may suffer in his/her middle age and later.

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