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Cycle of Time

To understand and optimize the power of yoga and RussaYog one needs to grasp some of the unique features of India. More than any other country, India holds an unusual diversity of people and lifestyles. Nearly any way of living imaginable is manifested in lifestyles and rituals of India. Not only is there incredible diversity […]

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Figuring Out Life

We live in the age of science. Air travel, computers, cell phones—science and technology impacts our lives. Knowledge from medical science has aided our wellness. Science has removed some of the mystery from many illnesses and natural disasters. More people now accept that poor health is a result of germs, viruses and parasites. Natural disasters […]

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Impressions of Mumbai

The flyover from Mumbai airport was teeming with life and romance on this St. Valentine’s Day in the land that embraces all forms of spiritual expression, from the sacredness of the mother cow, to the celebration of Saint Valentine—in any form. Here in Mumbai along the swanky Marine Drive along Chowpatty beach and beyond to […]

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Traveling vs. Vacationing with Yoga

A blog from one of our fellow travelers and RY trained instructors, Sara: There is a difference between vacationing and traveling. Between going to one place and staying there for three weeks and going to a new place every couple of days for three weeks. Learning to stay healthy and happy in the latter situation […]

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Ashok

Ashok speaks Hindi, Rajasthani (he understands some of this dialect which is just a spoken language), English and French. He guided us through a whirlwind tour of the Pink City. The new part is only 50-60 years old and the old part is 295 years old, Nearby Amber is 1,000 years old, originally called Amer. […]