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[Q/A] Yogic Neuroscience — A Talk By Sh. Adinarayanan

[Q/A] Yogic Neuroscience — A Talk By Sh. Adinarayanan

#SrijanTalks, Health & Wellness, Hinduism, Indic Religions, Videos, Yoga, Yoga & Meditation
Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjdOV... Recent research in the fields of Neuroscience, #Epigenetics and Cognition is aimed at developing a deeper understanding of how the brain works and ways of enhancing human potential. While Neuroscience or Epigenetics looks at things from a third person perspective, Yogic Sciences look at first person experiences. There is a wealth of knowledge available in the Indian tradition and a transdisciplinary approach involving Neuroscience, Epigenetics and Yogic Sciences can help solve modern day problems. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjdOVisKGNo&t=2s
Brandi Shoombe: How Yoga Transformed My Life [Excerpt]

Brandi Shoombe: How Yoga Transformed My Life [Excerpt]

Kriya Yoga, Yoga, Yoga & Meditation
Source: - https://neweralive.na WINDHOEK - Thirteen years ago Brandi Shoombe was told she would never walk again, following a devastating car accident. Today, the 37-year-old yoga instructor not only walks but her life is more fulfilled than ever, thanks to yoga, she tells Health Focus. Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite, symbolising the union of body and consciousness. Today it is practised in various forms around the world and continues to grow in popularity. Shoombe shared how she refused to accept the doctors’ verdict for her life that she would not be able to walk again, and after trying out several alternatives, yoga did not disappoint. Not only did she risk h
An Australian Woman In India Shares Her Journey Of ‘Living The Bhagavad Gita’ [Excerpts]

An Australian Woman In India Shares Her Journey Of ‘Living The Bhagavad Gita’ [Excerpts]

Bhakti Yoga, Converting to Hinduism, Hinduism
Source: - https://www.sbs.com.au Braja Sorensen is an Australian who has been living in India for the last 20 years. An author, pilgrim and spiritualist, Ms Sorensen's latest book is Living the  Bhagavad Gita: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Life where she states the 5,000-year-old teachings hold the answers to the stress, anxiety and confusion that many face in modern life today.  Braja Sorensen is an Australian who has been living in West Bengal for the last 20 years. It was in the early 90s when Braja first visited India. The country captivated her. A few years, in 1997, after having worked in television, tourism, and publishing in Australia, London, and the U.S, Braja returned to India to make it her home. In 2000, she met her Swedish husband and the duo has never looked ba
Hinduism: Religion Or Way Of Life – Swami Chinmayananda Speaks

Hinduism: Religion Or Way Of Life – Swami Chinmayananda Speaks

Advaita, Featured, Hinduism, Swami Chinmayananda, Videos, What is Hinduism
Source: - Dharma Raksha Vedi / YouTube Channel “ISN’T HINDUISM SIMPLY A WAY OF LIFE?” This is a question I am frequently asked at satsang gatherings. It invariably makes for spirited discussion, as there is avid interest and a lively diversity of opinion. Years ago, Swami Chinmayananda, founder of Chinmaya Mission, gave a dramatic lecture on the subject https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJcpEvmruOQ
Religious Knowledge Doesn’t Need To Be Transmitted Textually

Religious Knowledge Doesn’t Need To Be Transmitted Textually

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tFbVwUqqlU&t=5s we are a civilization with enormous quest for knowledge. There is no religion like a Hindu religion. It is an entire set of stream of knowledge traditions. They are seeking the knowledge of inner and outer world. This is what we were and enormous cultural interchange between these areas. So fundamentally we are knowledge traditions, they are transmitted in many different ways, because knowledge doesn’t have to be transmitted textually. You teach your son how to ride bicycle. Do you give him book? There are different mechanisms, text can also be a mechanism, but text is not the only mechanism. And it is not certainly the dominant mechanism. Even today humans do not fundamentally learn through texts. Through observation, repetition, emulat
What are the Contents of Agamas?

What are the Contents of Agamas?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-EYUBoA7q4 Now every Agama has 4 types of content. One is the Kriya Pada. Kriya Pada are all the rituals, all the practices, everything, like Prana Pratishtha, like offering water, offering Achmaneeyam, doing the mudras, all of those things, everything which can be contained broadly in the category of ritual or spiritual process, that is the Kriya Pada. So Kriya Pada, this classification is actually mentioned in the Kamika Agama itself and at the end of every chapter it says which Pada it belongs to. Now, Pada, by the way, is not ‘step’. It is ‘part’. So, all four, it’s not like you go step by step, not at all. These are 4 parts and all 4 have to be practiced. Carya is the lifestyle aspects. So for example, when should you take bath, why should you take bat
Varna System Is An Ideal System and Caste System Is Not Sanatana Dharma — Maria Wirth Talks On Hinduism And Its Greatness

Varna System Is An Ideal System and Caste System Is Not Sanatana Dharma — Maria Wirth Talks On Hinduism And Its Greatness

Hinduism, Videos, What is Hinduism
Caste system is from Europe. Derived from Portuguese word ‘casta'. Varna on the other hand belongs to Sanatana Dharma. Varna is decided by Karma and not by Janma. The discourse on religion in India has been allowed to go on lopsided for far too long. Maria Wirth raises tough issues Indians themselves shy away from. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCBiVRyyVMQ&t=7s