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Seeing Something Beyond, Knowledge from the Master, Dealing with Migraine - The Yoga Way, On a Platter, Don’t Overdose on Vitamins & Supplements During Covid-19, The Kodanda Ramaswami Temple in Hiremagaluru, The Art of Living Continues to ‘Stand with Humanity’ in Lockdown, Ratricharya: Night rituals and importance of sleep, Thought Provoking Question, Q&A and more...

Seeing Something BEYOND!

There are two kinds of minds. One is an open mind, another is a closed mind. Closed mind is that which says, “This is how it is”, “I know it. That is it”. It gets hardened. An open mind is, “Oh, may be! Perhaps! I do not know!” Limited knowledge and conformity to it makes a mind very hard. Whenever you seem to understand a situation and label it – “This is how it is”, that is the beginning of your problem.

8 mins

Some element within us does not perish

Excerpts from talks by Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Some element within us does not perish

4 mins

Gurudev, can an atheist get liberated?

GURUDEV SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR: Absolutely yes! But he should remove the label ‘I am an atheist’. If he is a ‘nobody’, he can get liberated. If you simply say, “I don’t know whether there is some other power or not, I have no idea”, then you are not an atheist. One who admits ignorance is not an atheist. Who is an atheist? One who says, “I know there is no God”, he is atheist.

4 mins

Honouring Divinity in the various forms

The recognition of Divinity causes a “Wow!”, awe in you. Awe is the feeling of respect and amazement that is created when something appears once in a while, not every day.

Honouring Divinity in the various forms

7 mins

4 Types Of People

Gauni tridha gunabhedat, aarta adi bhedat va

3 mins

The limbs of yoga

Patanjali said that there were eight limbs of Yoga. They were Yama, niyama, aasana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samaadhi.

The limbs of yoga

2 mins

DEALING WITH MIGRAINE THE YOGA WAY

Migraine is a neurological disorder that causes recurring headaches ranging from moderate to high intensity. Typically, it affects only one half of the head and can last from 2 hours to up to more than 2 days. When under a migraine attack, the sufferer may become extremely sensitive towards light or noise. Other common symptoms include vomiting, nausea and pain aggravation due to physical activity.

2 mins

Don't Overdose On Vitamins And Supplements During Covid-19

It isn’t just wheat and rice that are hard to find on grocery store shelves across the world. Vitamins and supplements are sold out too. In fact, in the US market, vitamins and supplements even outsold toilet paper and masks last week.

Don't Overdose On Vitamins And Supplements During Covid-19

2 mins

RATRICHARYA: NIGHT RITUALS AND IMPORTANCE OF SLEEP

Ayurveda gives many guidelines regarding daily regimens, seasonal regimens, Night regimens etc., to sustain a good life. Among them, Ratricharya (The night regimen), is the most neglected practice in the present day.

2 mins

THE KODANDA RAMASWAMI TEMPLE IN HIREMAGALURU

A rare and ancient temple of Lord Rama is present in Hiremagaluru, Karnataka. Read on...

THE KODANDA RAMASWAMI TEMPLE IN HIREMAGALURU

3 mins

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Rishimukh Magazine Description:

PublisherSSPT

CategoryReligious & Spiritual

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Dedicated to Ancient Wisdom, Universal Love and Human Values

Rishimukh, the monthly magazine of The Art of Living foundation, is a spiritual publication, dedicated to holistic living and spreading Ancient wisdom, Universal love and care for Human values.

Started in 1987 the magazine has come a long way from being a newsletter of the Art of Living to a full fledged Spiritual Lifestyle Magazine. Rishimukh is full of easy to read articles on a wide variety of spiritual themes.

Every month, the issue contains talks by His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, on various topics that give the reader simple solutions to life and how to find peace and happiness from within. The magazine also features practical articles on yoga and ayurvedic techniques that can be incorporated in daily life. There are also genuine stories of inspiration from those who have faced and came through adversity to live happier and more fulfilling lives.

News about the organisation, traditions and spirituality, a children’s corner, your questions answered, ancient knowledge and sacred texts are explained in the magazine. Details of upcoming courses and events are also listed in every issue.

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