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Sejal Shah

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5 Surprising Ways You’re Stealing: How to Practice Asteya—or Non-Stealing—in Daily Life to Feel Full & Abundant

The Yamas are the first of Patanjali’s 8-limbs of yoga. They are the yogis ethical guide to life. Here we delve further into the fifth Yama, Asteya, or non-stealing to explore how it weaves into daily life and how, with awareness, we can cultivate a full and abundant life. Patanjali was a profound observer, thinker, …

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7 Eye-Opening Ways Meditation Can Help Your Personality Development

The term personality comes from the Latin word “persona”, and originally referred to a theatrical mask. Our personality, therefore, is a mask we wear over our true, inner selves. When we meditate, we drop this mask and we become our true selves. Meditation is a state of deep rest and alertness at the same time. It is …

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Ancient Secrets of Chakras: A Beginners Guide, Part 2

Ancient Secrets of Chakras: A Beginners Guide, Part 1 demystified the yogic terms of kundalini, chakras, and nadis and explored the seven main chakras, and their associated elements and emotions. Part 2 dives deeper to explain the connection and significance of petals and flowers in depicting the chakras. We also share words of caution from …

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3 Fall Yoga Poses

Fall is the season of transformation. We can see this all around us in nature: the leaves fall, the air becomes crisp and a harvest arrives of fresh fruits and vegetables. Ironically, it is only through change that we can stay grounded during this season of shifts. It is important that we change with the …

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