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Rejuvenation for Cancer Patients – Jyotsna’s Story

  Jyotsna came to us for the Rejuvenation for Cancer Patients program in March 2015. A 35 year old Indian homemaker from Delhi, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33. She did not have an operation or radiation however she did endure 32 chemotherapy sessions. Her initial scores for Anger, Tension, Depression,

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Chronic Cures changes lives – Nick’s Story

I had decided to attend the three week course in October 2014 run by Lee Majewski at Kaivalydham in India South East of Mumbai as I was recovering from some severe arthritis following a period of feeling really unwell after food poisoning in Sri Lanka. Well, that was one demonstrable symptom but perhaps also, just

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MATTER, MIND AND CONSCIOUSNESS – SCIENTIFIC YOGA RESEARCH

Recent trends in science and philosophy by Rajeshwar Mukhopadhyaya In the recent times there has been a radical change in the approach of science. Developments in relativity, quantum physics and neuro-science have changed the way people looked at the universe. The mechanistic model of mind-matter dualism of Descartes and the realism of classical physics have been

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Yoga: Classical and Contemporary Perspective

by Dr. B. R. Sharma Principal,G. S. College of Yoga and Cultural Synthesis, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla. Introduction and statement of the problem Yoga bases its origin upon the necessity felt by the ancient seers to rid themselves of all sorrows permanently and to attain a direct realization of the Self. These unknown ancient ones, while minutely

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The Goshala project

Salutaion to cows, to the progency of Kamadhenu, to the daughters of Brahma my salutations again and again to the sanctifying cows. Come towards Yoga, Nature and Cows. The foundations of Indian Culture and Civilization is the self realization and devotion to God accomplished through self-knowledge, self transcendence and self-less service. For the first time,

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 The Goal and the Way

Siddhartha was a happy prince and was very happy indeed. He was in his early youth and had enough wealth to indulge in a life of luxury and abundance. He was married to the beautiful princess Yashodhara and the life was in flying colours to him. He never came across the grim realities of life

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