Is the Revolution of the Good Man a solution for global warming?

  Global warming is the cause of many changes in our society. Environmental protection, population reduction measures, union commands under a single, globalist and other authority aim (at least apparently) to reduce carbon emissions and greenhouse effects. In general, the main problem of the great global dilemma is the level of carbon emissions. It is […]

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Why do I love Abheda Yoga? - 23 about Abheda

Abheda is a form of yoga of spirituality in the midst of life that is based on the Great Recognition: "The identity between the human being, the world and God" . 1) The main methods of Abheda will be useful to us even after the so-called death and are valid […]

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The true New Year - the Spring Equinox. Abheda Yoga. Meditation

In Romania - March 20, 12:29 - Spring Equinox - Authentic New Year Meditation From an astronomical point of view, the spring equinox represents the moment when the Sun reaches the point of intersection of the ecliptic with the celestial equator, moving from the southern latitude to the northern latitude of the celestial sphere. That is why the day is then equal in duration to the night and, astronomically speaking, spring begins.

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Chakras: secret centers of force

Chakras: secret centers of force In the subtle structure of the human being there are 7 energetic zones, 7 complex fundamental systems that include all possible human experiences. These subtle organs are known as chakras ( centers of force or foci of power). 7 chakras or main centers of force are described. Each main center […]

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Invitation to the TTC 200 yoga teacher course, internationally accredited

Dear Abheda Yoga Academy is pleased to announce the start of the TTC200 Yoga Teacher Course, which will begin on October 13, 2018. For those who want to walk this beautiful spiritual path by acquiring the knowledge necessary to become an internationally accredited yoga instructor is a special opportunity to penetrate the mysteries of yogic […]

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Sport - Differences between ABHEDA YOGA and PHYSICAL CULTURE -1-

The millennial science of yoga has a holistic view of exercises; there are many differences between yoga exercises and traditional physical culture. The main difference between Abheda Yoga and Physical Culture is the fact that sport produces physical evolution and results by generating states of muscular crisis that stimulate muscle development, along with the increase of the blood flow through the muscles and the reduction of the influx of blood through the internal organs, endocrine glands and brain, while ABHEDA YOGA generates an evolution based on harmony, energy throughout the being, including in the internal organs, endocrine glands and brain and all this progressively, at the limit of comfort, without forcing and in permanent balance... AND FOR ANY AGE.

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The amazing power of a hug!

"It is said that a warm hug, prolongs your life by a day!" – Paolo Coelho How many times have we not felt better, after hugging someone we love? Embracing can be considered a universal medicine. It has the ability to heal and relieve suffering. Dressing reduces blood pressure and prevents panic attacks, and helps reduce the stress hormone corizole. What's the explanation? During hugging, oxytocin, or the love hormone, is released

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Diwali-festival of light

Diwali is one of the most important festivals that is celebrated throughout India. The date of his celebration varies from one year to the next, depending on the cycle of the moon and is set after the darkest night, the first night of the new moon in the Hindu calendar, known as […]

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"Are you saying that I am a God?"

"The purpose of life, and the reason I made this universe, is for you to mature."

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Puranes - the sacred literature of Hinduism

Puranes are written by the great wise Vyasa.His son Shuka is the narrator of Major Purana Bhagavata-Purana. Traditionally, it is said that a Purana deals with five subjects or "five signs": - the primary creation of the universe -secondary creation after periodic annihilation - genealogy of gods and patriarchs - the reigns of Manus (the […]

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Mahabharata - exceptional HD synthesis and film

To watch the whole movie, here -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOP3nvxj14A   The movie can have automatic subtitles in Romanian, just set this to settings. It can't be watched on our website - but it leads to Youtube, this one thanks to copyright. Why it's exceptional film: it's short (versus cinematic […]

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Abheda yoga for more efficient use of time

Time is a limitation, but it can also be an advantage because it helps us to better understand transformation, to consciously assume it and, to the extent possible and necessary, to control it. For this, it is necessary to have a triple inner attitude. In order: A. reporting on identification with the Atman Immortal Self […]

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List of significant Abheda events and phases of the month

New courses - Abheda ONE Step - Abheda Basic Course - Abheda TTC200 - yoga teacher course Camps 1. Abheda Yoga Summer Camp (15 August - 25 August 2018) - she must first 2. Abheda Yoga Camp from May 1 (April 26 - May 1, 2019) at Moeciu de Sus 3. Abheda Yoga Summer Camp […]

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Enso - the circle that brings enlightenment

In philosophersA Buddhist zenthe most, belonging to Japanese culture, there is a very well-known symbol called enso, which has become inTre time, the emblematic image of Japanese calligraphic art. The circle that is drawn from a single uninterrupted motion and that can be closed or opened, is born enso , and expresses the moment when […]

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20 stanzas about the supreme spiritual teaching (Mahopadeshavimshatika)

1 Thank you, Lord, for your body is the whole universe, and your being transcends all the worlds, to you, the light of eternal joy. To my self, encompassing endless energies and forces. 2 Thank you, Lord, where You are, and I am i.

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Natya Shastra - the great yogi treatise on authentic art and its means of expression

Natyashastra is the oldest treatise belonging to Ancient India, which refers to art, encompassing theatre, dance and music. It was written approximately between 200 BC and 200 B.C., and its elaboration is attributed to the great playwright of ancient India, Bharata. Through this complex work, Bharata describes in detail the Indian theatrical art, and its collateral aspects: music, scenography, dance, costumes and makeup, virtually every aspect of the staging of a theatrical play

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Basics of Yoga Philosophy - Yama and Nyama

The traditional yoga system is based on the observance of certain ethical and moral rules, which are known as Yama and Nyama, each of which includes five essential principles. In yoga sutra, Patanjali indicates these two etpae, Yama and Nyama as the first to be understood and applied in the practice of yoga, on them being based on obtaining authentic results on the spiritual path. However, we do not have to interpret the succession of the eight stages of traditional yoga

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How people are tricked into doing actions that unknowingly bring them into Satanism

Satanism is not about worshipping Satan. And this is what even the "specialists" say (although his adoration is not excluded, if desired, especially for practical reasons, in order to obtain his support for the fulfillment of certain desires).

Satanism means "only" the worship of one's own ego.

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Where does the Sun Salute – Surya Namaskar come from?

Since ancient times, human beings have used symbols to name the supreme guru, and the most used symbol of this kind was Surya, or the great Sun. One of the most beautiful Vedic mantras known as the Gayatri Mantra is addressed to the sister as "the one who enlightens our minds." In Yoga sutra (chapter […]

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Brahmavihāra or the four sublime states

Brahmavihāra or attitudes – sublime states represent a series of four Buddhist virtues that can be cultivated through the practice of meditation. Brahmavihāra means in translation: the sublime virtues of Brahma, where Brahma represents the name of the supreme consciousness, and the vichara - the divine, sublime virtues. These virtues are also known as the […]

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Legend of Lord Surya

What if a woman were the wife of the most attractive, beloved, richest and strongest man in the world? Wouldn't she be extremely happy? Well, Sanjña was the wife of such a man, but she felt miserable. The legend of Sanjña is told in the Mahabharata, the great epic poem of India. Her husband was […]

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The 108 marma-s - sacred geography of the body in yoga

In Yoga but also in Ayurveda, the anatomy and physiology of the body are viewed more in terms of energy than in a strictly material sense. The foundation of yogic and Ayurvedic practices is based on the idea of energy, which then influences the physical body - in other words: "Energy matters!" The relatively new […]

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The three gunas of nature

In Indian yogic philosophy, all matter in the universe has its source in the fundamental substrate called Prakriti. From prakriti's ether, the three primary gunas (qualities) come together to create the essential aspects of nature – energy, matter and consciousness. These three gunas are: tamas (dark, inertial aspect), rajas (active aspect) and sattva (divine, pure aspect). All these three gunas are present in all beings and objects that surround us, but in quantities they differ

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About Kashmirian Shivaism

Kashmirian Shivaism, one of the most famous Hiduist philosophical schools, developed in India between the VII and XII centuries AD, taking over from previous philosophical currents various influences. Thus we can say that Kashmirian Shivaism is monistic like Advaitavedanta, it is theistinc like Vaishnavism, it is practically the same as Yoga, logically the same as Nayaya (another Hindu philosophical current based on the study of logic) and finally it is peaceful and temperate like Buddhism. Shivaism Kas

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Competition between bon shamans and Padmasambhava's yogis and establishing yogic teaching as a fundamental method in Tibet

Shamanism is a series of methods in which the practitioner, in altered states of consciousness, comes into contact with certain entities in the subtle plans. A shaman is supposed to be a person who has, by these methods, a certain influence and can obtain certain services from certain beneficial or evil spirits. The shaman enters those altered states of consciousness, usually within a ritual and possibly using methods of generating states

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