Category Archives: Spirituality & Well Being

Sex and Spirituality

For thousands of years, the issue of pre-marital sex and live-in relationships has been discussed and debated without any conclusion and social acceptance. The issue continues to rage forever. The governments, the priests and the moralists have always been against any sexual freedom without marriage, while there have been powerful people kings and royals also […]

Shake off Your Fat and Depression

Long-term stress could make people fat”, claims a study of around 50 overweight middle-aged men in Sweden. Disruptions in the human nervous system or stress can concentrate fat around the abdomen, raising the risk of diabetes and heart problems, the study by the university hospital in the Swedish city of Gothenburg found. The eastern yoga […]

Anapansati Yoga Dhyan: A significant technique

Someone sent me an interesting question, which may be the question of many more people who start meditating and become confused in their inner journey. He asked: Does Anapanasati Dhyan have side effects? I mean can it happen that doing this 24×7 hours may reduce being focused towards other things such as studies as we will always […]

Who Is A True Master? Let’s Hear from Ramakrishna

Ramakrishna Paramahansa was an Indian Hindu mystic and saint in the nineteenth century Bengal. Swami Vivekananda was an Indian Hindu monk and a chief disciple of Ramakrishna. Once Ramakrishna attained enlightenment, his focus on Vivekananda grew even more since he saw the latter as a means to spread his message around the world; he saw […]

Osho Enlightenment: An Experience of Tidal Wave of Bliss

Osho disciples around the world celebrate the 21st of March as his Enlightenment Day. On this day, at the young age of 21, Rajneesh, as he was known then, died totally to his past, and was reborn anew. That fateful day was in the year 1953. The enlightenment blossomed under the Maulshree Tree, in a garden in Jabalpur. […]

What You May Not Know About The Adi-Parashakti, Durga

Goddess Durga is Adi-Parashakti; she has been declared to be the most supreme and most powerful Goddess in the Shakti tradition, occupying a place similar to Lord Krishna in Vaishnavism. So in this article, let’s get to know more about her!  1. Durga has 8 to 10 arms. These represent the 8 directions in Hinduism. […]