Partha Desikan The Upward Spiral is a powerful paperback written by the lawyer turned author, speaker and educator on the wellbeing of lawyers,…
My friend Evgeny and I go to learn Yoga from a Tamil Siddha Yogi and also learn Taiji Chuan from a student from an authentic…
This poem by an Old man is doing rounds of Internet Crabby Old Man What do you see nurses? .…
Na taato, na maata, na bandur na daataa,
Na putro, na putri, na bhratyo, na bhartaa,
Na jayaa na Vidyaa, na Vrithir mamaiva,
Gatistvam, Gatistvam Tvam ekaa Bhavani.
Neither the mother nor the father,
Neither the relation nor the friend,
Neither the son nor the daughter,
Neither the servant nor the husband,
Neither the wife nor the knowledge,
And neither my sole occupation,
Are my refuges that I can depend, Oh, Bhavani,
So you are my refuge and my only refuge, Bhavani.
After suffering from cold and congestion for months, my five year old had forgotten to breath through the nose. I’m against the use of nasal sprays and decongestants to alleviate the symptoms and so my little girl had developed the habit of breathing through her mouth and continued to do so even when her cold symptoms subsided. In my search for breathing right, I came across a lot of information but the technique that I’m going to describe here seems to have worked for both my daughter and me.