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    09 Jul 2020

    Sanskrit word “Chakra” literally means a wheel or disk. As per the ancient eastern belief (Ayurveda and Yoga), every human body has subtle life force or energy centers called Chakra that moves inside us spinning and rotating like a wheel. Such energy centers are centralized locations which channels the healing energy throughout the body. There are seven such subtle energy wheels, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head. These 7 Chakras are called Root Chakra (Muladhara Chakra), Sacral Chakra (Swadisthan Chakra), Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura Chakra), Heart Chakra (Anahata Chakra), Throat Chakra (Vishuddha Chakra), 3rd Eye Chakra (Agya Chakra) and Crown Chakra (Sahaswara Chakra).

    09 Sep 2019

    Sacral or “Swadishthan” Chakra which means “the place of the self” is the second Chakra located at lower abdomen below the navel. It is the center of your creativity, flexibility and adaptability. It helps in thinking forward and being positive towards life, away from the causes of stress and depression. As it governs reproductive organs, it is also the home of sexuality, the creative life force energy that enables you to enjoy your life. It is a water element Chakra and its color is orange.

    11 Aug 2019

    As per the ancient eastern belief, every human body has subtle life force or energy centers called Chakra that moves inside us spinning and rotating like a wheel. There are seven such subtle energy wheels, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head. For the holistic well-being of an individual, these Chakras should be in balance and function properly.

    09 Aug 2019

    If there is one thing any student wants to avoid in life is to study. This irony, however, is quite self-explanatory as studying is boring, routinely and devoid of entertainment. And on top of that, it comes with many examinations and assignments- things that are not so welcoming when you are racking your mind to figure out the information from lectures and text books in the first place. And there are many researches that you need to do. And to make the matter worse internet is flooded with information and how much you push yourself, sometime you may end up in the middle of nowhere. So, things can be quite overwhelming to many students.

    04 Aug 2019

    Pyramids have mesmerized civilizations for ages and almost all civilizations have used this shape to attain spiritual awakenings. Its geometrical shape is said to amplify any vibration or Pranic energy (life energy). Hence most of the temples around the world were built using this geometrical design. It is believed that the four sides of a pyramid represent the four cosmic elements (air, water, fire and wind) converging into infinity.

    01 Aug 2019

    With the festival season approaching soon especially the important celebration days like Father’s Day and Teej, we are likely to think of gifting something worthy to our loved ones. However, finding a perfect gift is not an easy task. But you don’t need to worry! Himalayan Salt Lamps can be one of the most unique gift ideas of the season as they are useful, thoughtful and beautiful. And here are the reasons why!

    30 Jul 2019

    What depression feels like? It’s very difficult to accurately express it. But people are well aware what it takes from one’s life – the Happiness. Nowadays it has been so common that at one time or another, we or someone we know, have gone through or experienced depression. The sufferers go through an endless feeling of loneliness, sadness, helplessness and worthlessness, and sometime, without being aware of their condition. What makes it more problematic is many people feel embarrassed of sharing their problem with others. And they end up fighting it alone without their family and friends being aware of their situation.

    25 Jul 2019

    Shrawan particularly looks refreshing! It’s not just because of the monsoon rain or the lush green hills or the paddy terraces. It’s also because of the green bangles, green pote (glass beads), henna tattooed hands and colorfully (especially green and yellow) dressed women folks.

    However, women are not making any fashion statement by beautifying themselves in this month.

    Behind this aesthetics, there is a great religious significance related to the month.

    Shrawan or commonly referred as “Shawan”, is the month of fasting and Pujas.

    People, mainly women worship Lord Shiva especially on Mondays and keep a month long fasting vigil especially by refraining non-vegetarian food and alcoholic drinks. They observe fasting for the prosperity, luck and long life of their husbands.

    24 Jul 2019

    Pregnancy is one of the most sacred and anticipated moments of life. We celebrate and rejoice about it but we also become anxious and stressed, and can sometime make a big fuss about it. Why not, after all, we are creating another life – the most glorious feat a human can do! Journey to motherhood is all about changes and expectations.

    23 Jul 2019

    Carnelian is corresponding to sacral chakra, the water element bringing the creative aspect of individual. The vibrations are balancing the water element and helps in addressing issues related to blood. It also helps in being more adaptable and accepting to the circumstances of life. Gives desired flexibility in approach with a out of box thinking attitude. 

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