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    Anna Nagar: The Most Expensive Residential Area in Chennai Anna Nagar, formerly known as Naduvakkarai is located on the north-western part of Chennai and forms part of Egmore-Nugambakkam taluk. It is named after the Tamil leader C.N Annadurai and is regarded as the one of the prime residential areas of Chennai. It is a planned locality developed by the Tamilnadu Housing Board in the early 1970’s. While developing the plan, lands were allotted to developer residential plots, complexes, wide roads

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    Yoga

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    The term Yoga has a few meanings. It's both a school of thought in the Hindu religion, and a system of mental and physical exercise developed by this school. All forms of yoga originated in India. People who follow this school, and practice any form of yoga are called yogis, or yogins. Students study under prolonged and careful guidance of the teacher, known as the guru. The first syllable 'gu,'; in Sanskrit means light; the second syllable, 'ru'; means light. A guru is a spiritual teacher who leads

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    Bhagavad Gita Analysis

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    He describes not only the objective of meditation, but also the means of achieving it, “Shutting out external objects, steadying the eyes between the eyebrows, restricting the even currents of Prâna and Apâna inside the nostrils; the senses, mind, and intellect controlled, with Moksha as the supreme goal, freed from desire, fear and anger: such a man of meditation is verily free for ever” (Srimad). The quote suggests the body is to remain still

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    The traditional Indian medicine known as Ayurvedic Medicine, originated over 5,000 years ago. It emphasizes on re-establishing the balance within the body through diet, lifestyle, exercise, and body cleansing, and on the health of the mind, body, and spirit. Today it is used as it has been for many years to help treat certain types of cancer - with cervical cancer being one of them. Over the last ten years, Ayurvedic medicine has been growing in popularity in North America, due in part to the work

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    We find only one systematic work on it i.e. Jayarasi’s Tattvopalavasimha (The Lion That Devours All Categories) of the seventh century A.D., where central view of Materialists presented is - nothing can be real except what we see with our senses. In consonance with this general outlook to reality, Carvaka do not accept a permanent self-different from physical body and thus reduce personal identity in material terms to bodily continuity. Carvaka says that there is no such thing as atman as we

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    Alternative medicine refers to healing or treatment systems that are not included in the traditional medical curricula of the United States. About 40 percent of adults report using alternative medicine. Doctors are embracing CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) therapies, often combining them with medical therapies. Some people think that CAM should not be allowed. They think it is very dangerous. However, some people think that you should be able to do whatever it is you want to put in

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    Awareness is the tool for spiritual transcendence. On a practical level, the internalizing of awareness in Yoga happens from first of all setting to rest all conflicts with the external world, then listening to the body and the breathing (deh and prana dharana), then listening to the mind without responding or reacting to its contents keeping an attitude of a seer and witness (sakshi bhav). With this the mind is transcended and the no-mind state is reached. This no-mind state (unmani avastha) is

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    Yoga is the practice of active stretching and also involves the art of meditation. No one knows when this practice started, but it predates written history. Various stone carvings have been found in archeological sites in the Indus Valley depicting figures in Yoga positions. These carvings are thought to be dating back to at least 5,000 years or more. The most common mistake people make is associating Hinduism with Yoga; Yoga, however, came along way before Hinduism evolved into a religion and incorporated

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    Meditation in the Religious World

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    reduction in post-treatment breast bancer patients: an examination of symptoms and symptom clusters." Journal Of Behavioral Medicine 35.1 (2012): 86-94. Academic Search Premier. Web. 7 Dec. 2013. Oswal, Pragati, et al. "The Effect Of Add-On Yogic Prana Energization Technique (YPET) On Healing Of Fresh Fractures: A Randomized Control Study." Journal Of Alternative & Complementary Medicine 17.3 (2011): 253-258. Academic Search Premier. Web. 7 Dec. 2013. Wei, Gao-Xia, et al. "Can Taichi Reshape The

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    "Yoga is a trip of the self, through the self, to the Self." Each yoga asana (posture, pose) has six stages to it. These means take after each other in an exact succession and apply to all asanas. On the off chance that we can ace, in the event that we can comprehend these means in a solitary stance, at that point the system for doing every single other asana is caught on. For instance, on the off chance that we know the means of doing neck comes in Swami Rama's Joints and Glands Exercises, similar

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