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    DAAJI shows us how ancient Yoga and modern neuroscience converge in their understanding of the different states of brain functioning. He explores these states of A, U, M and the soundlessness that follows AUM, in the light of brainwave frequencies and yogic states of consciousness. DAAJI shows us how ancient Yoga and modern neuroscience converge in their understanding of the different states of brain functioning. He explores these states of A, U, M and the soundlessness that follows AUM, in the light
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    I have added these two vikshepas to Patanjali’s list, as they have only surfaced as serious obstacles to progress in the modern era. FOMO is described by researchers as “the uneasy and sometimes all-consuming feeling that you’re missing out, that your peers are doing, knowing about, or in possession of more or something better than you.” It is exacerbated by the fact that we live in a world of WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and constant news on
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    DR JAMES R. DOTY addresses health care professionals on the capacities we all have as human beings to bring care and compassion to the field of medicine through the power of heart. Caring for others is an extraordinary privilege that’s granted to very few, and sometimes we get lost with other aspects of medicine that actually aren’t related to caring. So I thank all of you who, by the nature of your profession, also care,
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    The first of the vikshepas is vyadhi or disease. Here Patanjali means physical disease, where the system is unbalanced and away from ease. Where does disease start? Rarely does it initiate in the physical body itself, unless it is the result of an accident or physical trauma. Generally, it starts in the sheath of prana, in the bio-energy field known as the pranamaya kosha in Yoga. The pranamaya kosha is the sheath where we experience the flow of energy within us, and with the
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    JAMIE NOTHSTINE is an emergency room nurse, a certified Primal Health Coach, with a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology and Bachelor Degree of Nursing. She also has a passion for fitness and nutrition. Here Jamie shares her personal tips for working night shifts as a health professional, and still getting regular rejuvenating sleep. If you work the graveyard shift, do any of the following sound like you? Brain fogTiredCrankyAlways hungryOften sickOverweightHeadachesDepressionAnxiety After working the night shift for
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