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inner voyage

Take an inner voyage


By Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj                                     A vacation offers a chance to take a break from the stresses of daily living. We usually seek places that are relaxing, enjoyable, and beautiful. Yet going on an outer vacation is...

EGO

Ego — edging God out


By Sant Rajinder Singh Ji One of the subtlest and trickiest blockages to overcome is ego. Ego is the mind’s way of keeping us from having contact with our spiritual nature. Ego manifests in many forms: pride of wealth, pride of knowledge, pride of beauty and pride of power.  We may suffer from the ego of wealth in...

Saatvik food for the times

Saatvik food for the times


Bhavna Singh from Kulture Kool conducted the virtual Saatvik cooking sessions organized by the Indian Consulate in New York. By Archana Athalye Director, Kulture Kool   The Covid-19 Pandemic is compelling most people everywhere to revisit their lifestyle choices to boost immunity to fight this deadly virus. To help our communities in this goal, Kulture Kool partnered with...

Meditation

Climbing the Mountain of Meditation


By Dr. Bhaswati Bhattacharya If you are psychically unsettled this week, choose meditation. It is time to release yourself from seeking connection only in the outside world. Do as the ancestors did. Travel inward for answers. Anytime is a good time to start. Meditation is a powerful tool for taking the journey inward.  Though property agents and...

Mysticism

Mysticism, the science that injects life with peace and joy


By Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj Mysticism, rightly understood, is the most universal and fundamental approach to achieving an integrated and fulfilling life. In a world that has made such remarkable scientific and material progress, the challenge before us, individually and collectively, is to make similarly spectacular progress in the spiritual sphere.     Each of us is allotted...

sunrise

Yoga and Dinacharya for the in-bound


By Bhaswati Bhattacharya MPH MD (Family Medicine) PhD (Ayurveda - BHU) Yoga and meditation have destroyed the fast-paced, jetset, tech-addicted, reckless cowboy reputation that was idolized in the 1990s and 2000s. Now every Indian-looking person should know how to do yoga, because our non-Indian-looking neighbors and friends are bewildered if we have rejected the wisdom default program...

India is a "reliable partner" to US and Washington has provided all the assistance required.

Indian, US working jointly on Covid-19 vaccines: Envoy


Washington, DC: Asserting that India and the United States are engaged in “close” cooperation on exchange of information regarding Covid-19, Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu has highlighted that there are at least three possible vaccines for coronavirus on which Indian and American companies are working together. Speaking to ANI, Sandhu said that India is a “reliable partner”...

Dealing with stress and anger

Dealing with stress and anger


By Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj Life is challenging. Every day people face situations that can make one feel stress and anger. Modern science has proven the affects stress and anger have on the health and wellness of our body and mind. Is there any way that we can deal with stress and anger so...

Everyday Ayurveda

Everyday Ayurveda


head: Touch Me, Touch Me Not By Bhaswati Bhattacharya MPH MD (Family Medicine), PhD (Ayurveda‑BHU) Pan-India concept of Jhutha jhutha (Hindi) जूठा ettho (Bengali)  এঁেঠা   ushta (Marathi) enjalu (Kannada) eccam (Malayalam) aintha (Odia) made (Tulu) engili (Telugu) eccil (Tamil) uchchhishta (Sanskrit) उच्छिष्ट To the untrained eye, these practices are samskaras, superstitious acts with no scientific basis. To the initiated mind of an uchchhiṣṭa club member, however, the nuances of these rituals are second nature because...