We have heard that pain is the messenger from our bodies to our mind. How does your mind greet the messenger? Is it something to be shooed away because you are too busy or is it welcomed because of the warning it brings?
Most of us when asked to point to where our brain is, will point to our head. In the same way, if ask anyone to point to where the mind is, again most of us will point to our head. We assume that the mind is somewhere in the brain. Isn’t it so?
Anyone on earth would love to find the secret of anti- aging and eternal youth!
The yogis of ancient India knew and practiced the secrets of anti-aging, but never had they been revealed to the world. Today, science and spirituality are coming together to discover the keys to anti-aging words: mitochondria and kundalini.
MANY translate Yoga as ‘union’. Please understand, Yoga is not ‘union’. It is ‘uniting’. Yoga is not a noun. Yoga is a verb. Yoga is not an end result. Yoga is a process. As Lord Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga is being what you are without expectations and without attachments. Yoga is not doing but being.