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Sri Thiruchendhilji , a disciple of Swami Dayananda Saraswathi as well as Swami Omkaranandha is an excellent teacher of Vedantha and Yoga, besides being a great scholar in Tamil and Sanskrit . He is well aware of the domestic and the psychological issues of the society and renders solutions for all these through his seminars and counseling programmes. He has also made a study over the students in schools and colleges and helps them get rid of their problem so that they can concentrate on their studies to the maximum level . He is also conducting seminars and workshops for office people and General public.+ Read More

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The word comes from the Sanskrit cakra ???? meaning "wheel" or "circle" (also cognate to both words), and sometimes also referring to the "wheel of life". The pronunciation of this word can be approximated in English by chuhkruh, with ch as in chart and both instances of a as in yoga (the commonly found pronunciation shockrah is incorrect). Some traditional sources describe five or seven chakras, others eight

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Kriyas are the yogic techniques to cleanse the internal organs. According to Hatha Yoga Pratipika of Swatmaram, there are six cleansing techniques called Shat Kriyas. They are Kapalabathi, Trataka, neti, Dhouti, Nauli and Basthi. Shat means ‘six’ and kriya means ‘cleansing’. Yogic kriyas remove the waste materials of our internal organs which are not expelled normally. Therefore, the aims of Hatha Yoga and of the Shatkriyas are to cleanse the internal organs and thereby create harmony between the major pranic flows, Ida and pingala, and attaining physical and mental purification and balance

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Asthma is a lung disorder characterized by hyper irritability of the airways to a variety of stimuli. The prevalence is worldwide. The disease is broadly classified into two categories.

                1.Allergic asthma often associated with a positive history of wheezing, urticaria, eczema, etc., and a positive test to skin antigens.

                2.Idiosyncratic asthma with no positive history but symptoms developing after and initial upper respiratory infection.

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Backache is one of the most common disorders today. It is estimated that between 50 and 60% of the population will suffer from an incident of acute or more long-term back pain at some stage of life.

 

        Inspite of magnitude of the problem, a simple effective cure for backache has proven elusive to modern medical science. Yoga offers a simple, effective and permanent cure for back pain sufferers who have resigned themselves to a life of pain with in a few days or weeks after adopting a simple daily yoga program. Furthermore, the patients suffering from disc prolapse and intervertebral disc prolapse equally beneficial by yoga

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Kundalini is a Sanskrit word meaning either "coiled up" or "coiling like a snake." There are a number of other translations of the term usually emphasizing a more serpent nature to the word— e.g. 'serpent power'. The caduceus symbol of coiling snakes is thought to be an ancient symbolic representation of Kundalini physiology.

 

        The concept of Kundalini comes from yogic philosophy of ancient India and refers to the mothering intelligence behind yogic awakening and spiritual maturation.[1] It might be regarded by yogis as a sort of deity, hence the occasional capitalization of the term. Within a western frame of understanding it is often associated with the practice of contemplative or religious practices that might induce an altered state of consciousness,or through a near-death experience

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Proper breathing profoundly improves our whole physical and mental well-being. The Breathe is intimately connected with our state of health and improper breathing will often reflect various disturbances of body and mind. The breath is perhaps the only physiological process that can be either voluntary or involuntary. One can breathe with awareness and control the breathing process consciously or one can breathe with awareness and control the breathing process consciously or one can ignore it and breathe reflexively or unconsciously. If the breath is unconscious, it falls under the control of primitive parts of the brain, where emotions, thoughts and feelings of which we have little or no awareness become involved. In this way the regularity and rhythms of the breath are disturbed and it flows in an uncoordinated way, creating havoc in the body and mind

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