12 Symptoms Of A Spiritual Awakening

A spiritual awakening is not a one time occurrence, but an ongoing process by which an individual becomes becomes aware of their spiritual nature, and mindful of their connection to the infinite. As spiritual souls, we have an eternal in…

The Effect of Meditation on the Brain

Science is finally proving what Buddhist monks have known for millenia, that people who practice meditation daily can permanently alter the way their brain functions. The simple act of shifting your attention to your breath, as you sit quietly, not…

The powerful energy points within the body, regulating and sending vital life energy throughout the body, are known by the Sanskrit word, as the chakra. Hindu scripture says there are more than 88,500 chakra points in our bodies, but the…

decalcify the pineal gland

The pineal gland is a tiny, pine cone shaped gland, deep in the center of the brain. Modern scientists are only now verifying what shamans and mystics have known for millenia; the pineal gland is the source of enlightenment, as…

Click here for more spirituality and meditation eBooks. Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning “spinning wheel of energy”. These energy centers within our bodies receive and transmit energy, and each is situated at a major endocrine gland, and nerve bundle…

The Western student is apt to be somewhat confused in his idea regarding the Yogis and their philosophy and practice. Travelers to India have written great tales about the hordes of fakirs, mendicants and mountebanks who infest the great roads…

Life is absolutely dependent upon the act of breathing. “Breath is Life.” Differ as they may upon details of theory and terminology, the Oriental and the Occidental agree upon these fundamental principles. To breathe is to live, and without breath…

The Science of Breath, like many other teachings, has its esoteric or inner phase, as well as its exoteric or external. The physiological phase may be termed the outer or exoteric side of the subject, and the phase, which we…

It will be noticed that the Western scientific theories regarding the breath confine themselves to the effects of the absorption of oxygen, and its use through the circulatory system, while the Yogi theory also takes into consideration the absorption of…

One of the first lessons in the Yogi Science of Breath, Is to learn how to breathe through the nostrils, and to overcome the common practice of mouth-breathing. The breathing mechanism of Man is so constructed that he may breathe…