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In this issue

During this August month of festivals, the journal's focus is on the Yamas and Niyamas.
Dr Jayadeva throws light on the state of Ananda (Joy), with progressive little steps of Vitarka (discussion & thinking) and Vichara (very concentrated thinking) by learning to think deeply.
Hansaji throws light on the power of routines and their ability to keep one sane, especially during extremely challenging times.
A Sadhaka throws light on the need to make the most of ourselves by taking care of nature's gifts to us.
Every single choice is important, make it count - An article on choices enforces one to reflect on one's everyday actions - active or passive - with its own set of consequences.
"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, one finds it attached to the rest of the world" - John Muir.
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Yoga and Total Health Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Yoga Institute




Yoga and Total Health Magazine is a monthly journal on the Yogic way of life, first published in 1933 by Swami Kuvalayananda, the founder of The Yoga Institute in Santacruz, Mumbai, India. The magazine is currently edited and published by Smt. Hansaji Yogendra, the President of The Yoga Institute.

Yoga and Total Health Magazine is known for its in-depth coverage of yoga philosophy, practice, and its benefits for physical, mental, and spiritual health. The magazine also features articles on various aspects of the Yogic lifestyle, such as sattvic diet, pranayama, meditation, and yoga for specific health conditions.

The magazine is a valuable resource for anyone interested in yoga, whether they are beginners, experienced practitioners, or yoga teachers. It is also a good resource for anyone interested in learning more about the Yogic way of life.

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