Time to boost your immunity

Do you know why it is so important to have a strong immunity system?

See, you are aware that people with low immunity are very susceptible to viruses and infections, especially during this period of Coronavirus pandemic. Hence, strengthening of our immunity protects us from the transmission of not just coronavirus but also future new viruses. Next, you should know that the health industry does not talk much about boosting of immunity. Why? This is because there is no money to be made! Only when you are sick, you become an income-source for them where you need to pay for expensive medication or treatment. A blind spot in healthcare! It means you have to take responsibility and effort to boost your immunity!

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108 Insights into Yoga

I’ve just completed the development of a module for eN-kids Yoga Foundation Programme for children age 4 y.o and above which will be utilised in the Nithyananda sangha worldwide. In the process of content development, I had the fortune to have access to many yoga content and plus my own research materials. It was such a spiritual process of expansion for me personally. I am grateful that I am able to make a contribution in the lives of the New Generation!

One of the amazing content is the 108 insights into Yoga by my master, Paramahamsa Nithyananda. He had the fortune of learning yoga in its purest form from the consciousness of Patanjali, the great sage who is known as the Father of Yoga. These insights were condensed when he was giving the discourses on Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

Take a look at the 108 brand new insights which totally redefine our understanding of Yoga:

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Yoga is about Adding Life to Your Movements

If you were to ask someone – what is Yoga?

Immediately, the typical answer would be ‘Yoga is a physical form of exercise called asanas (postures) used to promote strength, flexibility and balance in the body’. In the modern society especially in the West, yoga has been reduced to just a physical exercise with some breathing techniques, some chanting and some meditation thrown in to create an exotic appeal.  Some of the latest fads include an obsession with precision of different complex postures and a belief in the illusion that excessive loss of water in hot yoga is equivalent to a good workout. The Western society largely sees yoga as another form of stress-buster or stretching aerobic exercise. But what they are seeing are merely the side benefits of yoga. It is almost like going to a restaurant and reading the menu without tasting the food!  This is so different from what Patanjali, the father of Yoga is advocating in the Yoga Sutras! The mainstream society is only able to catch the physical dimension of yoga but not the authentic body language of yoga.

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