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Monthly Archives: March 2014

My Experiments with Regular, Veggie and Yogic Diets (part II)

For 8 years I was eating what Russians eat. I didn’t try to simulate neither the Lebanese nor the Indian cuisine on the banks of Volga river. I avoided imported goods as much as possible. Natural Russian products were not in shortage at all. Credits should be given to the Russian market for still having


My Experiments with Regular, Veggie and Yogic Diets (part I)

I am frequently asked what diet I follow and if I am vegetarian or not. Most of the times I feel I am expected to be a fanatic vegetarian… In answer I will share my experience in this field and I hope the answers I’ve reached may be helpful for you too. My views shared


Warrior Pose – The Spiritual Significance of Virabhadrasana

Warrior pose (Virabhadrasana) is named after the mythical warrior Virabhadra. We all know that one of the main bases of yoga is non-violence so why do we practice a pose named after a warrior? The significance of this pose is that it shifts our attention to the fact that the real battle is the battle


Body Talks (part I)

Anatomy and Physiology of Hatha Yoga When you practice yoga, especially hatha yoga, you find yourself dealing with that same object which you met first when you were born and will leave last at the moment of departure. While practicing yoga process you learn to master this object and use it and transcend it… but