SPROUTED MOONG DAL SALAT Sprouting grains, nuts, beans, chickpeas and different type of seeds has been a common practice in Eastern Asia for thousands of years. Sprouting is the practice of germinating seeds as they are easier to digest and the body can benefit from their nutrients. How to sprout Moong Dal? Moong (Vigna radiata), it is cultivated in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Asia. Considered the king of beans, due to its nutritional properties, moong it is a good source of Protein, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Potassium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C, VitaminRead More →

ARE YOU A BRAVE THINKER? Everyone knows how is like to be a thinker. With the help of thinking, we can make plans, create ideas and dream. In a few seconds, we can be in Himalaya or Guatemala, fight a work colleague, send loving thoughts to someone we love and many more. Thinking can rice us and thinking can damp us. There is no human being that didn’t experience the rising and falling of his own thoughts.  Worrying is nothing else than thinking. Can we see that thinking is an ability and not an enemy? Sometimes we hear  “ stop your thoughts.” Whatever is our lifeRead More →


FIVE STATES OF MIND DISCUSSED IN YOGA (CHITTA BHUMIS) These are the five types of mind that are discussed in yoga: 1. Mudda mind – Dull mind  The mind is dull, sleepy, lethargic and lacking vigor. When we are in such a mental state we feel tired and not willing to engage with life. We easily give up and find numerous reasons not to move on with our intentions. If we are denied, or we have to invest more effort into getting the desired object, the dull mind drives us into a state of dissatisfaction. We easily complain and point out towards others. 2. KshipthaRead More →

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THE FOURTH PILLAR OF YOGA – THE PROCESS OF THOUGHT ( VICHARA) “We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit to the changes it has had to go through in order to achieve that beauty”  – Unknown This pillar is referring to learning how to handle and discipline our own thoughts. To have that internal dialogue with ourselves and make a friend of our own mind.  Our mind is like a monkey jumping in a veritable jungle of disjointed preconceived ideas, feelings, desires, sensations, tension, thoughts, restrains that put us in great disbalance. Our thoughts are more or less undisciplined and uncontrolled,Read More →