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Danakeli is a part time nurse and yoga teacher and shares her experience of what bhakti yoga means to her.

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Mantra meditation can be performed in a group (kirtan) or as a personal practice (japa). Gaura-arati introduces how to practice japa meditation using a mantra known as the maha mantra, which is the recommended mantra for this age. The yoga texts explain that all the potencies of every other mantra is contained in this maha …

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Our mind has so many thoughts, so many desires and as soon as we think of something we often think ‘I’ve gotta have it’. Gaura-arati touches on how meditation helps us to control the constant urges of the mind, thus allowing us to become more focused in our everyday lives.

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Devamrita Swami, a Yale graduate and world travelling monk, explains why he believes we need to establish a wisdom society, a society permeated with a spiritual culture, in order to solve humanities problems.

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The zombie issue is quite relevant today. Why? Just watch and you’ll find out we might not be so different to them as we first thought…

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Have you ever meditated with mantra? Mantras are different sound vibrations from the yoga science which contain potency for elevating our consciousness. Drop in for a kirtan meditation (with a bang!) and let us know what kirtan is for you.

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Why are people caught up in consumerism? Devamrita Swami, an internationally travelling monk, teacher and author explains what yoga psychology has to say on this hot topic.

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Work, buy and consume week after week, month after month, year after year, is that what we’re really here for? Devamrita Swami elaborates on this common mantra: work, buy, consume, die explaining that actually there is more to life than that. In fact, if you look beyond those temporary pleasures you’ll find ever increasing happiness …

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