Swarodaya : The science of breath

All about breath The term “Swara” or “Svara” is essentially a Sanskrit term which means the flow of air through nasal cavities. It is also the sound that is produced by the flow of air through both the nostrils. The term “Udaya” expresses the rise or which is perceptible. So “Swarodaya” describes the perception or…

Matrix: The cosmic code

Prelude: A trace of Super-intelligence Starting from the cradle of human civilization, men have tried to solve the mysteries related to his own existence. Few of them obsessively devoted their lives to find the answers which will establish beyond doubt, the facts behind our existence, our relation with the macrocosm and microcosm, and our source….

Pyramids: The upper Merkaba

Prologue: For hundreds of years, people were mesmerized by the gigantic architecture of Egypt known as pyramids. Lately, we came to know about recent discoveries about these ancient structures. We learned about its astrological and astronomical perspective, its metaphysical aspects, applied mathematics, connection to earth sciences, religious belief and so on. This is a real…

Shakti: The mystic serpent

The “Shakti” Everything we see or perceive is the ultimate residue of some kind of energy. These energies are the derivatives of a single crude form of energy, also known as “Shakti” or primordial energy. This primordial energy is also known as “Adi Shakti” or “Adya Shakti” in Indian philosophy, especially in Tantra. When the…

Baul – the path to simplified Vedanta

Baul – Etymology The word “Baul” is believed to have originated from the Sanskrit word “Vatula” which means someone who has gone crazy due to the wind element (residing in our body) which rose to the head and misbalanced the mental state. Scholars like Sashibhushan Dasgupta have suggested another meaning to it. According to him,…

Navaratri

Navaratri: A Prologue Navaratri is nine days Hindu festival celebrated in September-October every year. It has various facets and people observe this celebration for various reasons. There are actually four Navaratri’s in a year depending on four seasons. They are as follows: Sharada Navaratri: This is the most famous amongst all the four Navaratri’s celebrated…