India is the holy land of diverse cultures connected by deep-rooted spirituality. These spiritual practices were passed on from one generation to another through the divine powers of many great souls, saints, and yogis.
Through their true knowledge and wisdom, these great and divine souls had exposed many presiding truths about life.
India has a mystical power, that helps heal the fatigued soul. This tremendous power of yoga and meditation helps reveal the unbelievable hidden treasures of the mind.
India, the land of the Gods, has access to the hidden truth of life, power of mind and mysticism. India has lots to offer to the craving minds and souls wandering for the sincere association with oneness.
India offers supreme opportunities for spiritual nourishment through Yoga and meditation.
The importance of Yoga and meditation and guided steps to learn them are mentioned in most of the ancient Indian scriptures.
With time, yoga and meditation have gained importance in Eastern countries too.
There are many yoga and meditation centres available in India. These centres offer courses ranging from basic yoga and pranayama classes to prolonged residential meditation retreats.
Meditation is a part of yoga, which is also practised all over the country.
There are many meditation courses available in temples, meditation centres, monasteries and ashrams all around India.
Ashrams are spiritual places where people live, work and study together, under the guidance of a guru. This is an ancient practice followed by time immemorial in India. These practices are mostly done to achieve spiritual goals.
Yoga is taught almost everywhere in India and there are several internationally known centres where you can even be trained to become a yoga teacher.
As per the Yoga tradition :
Food that we eat has an effect on our mental and physical well-being.
Food as per the Yoga tradition is classified into three types – Sattvic, Tamasic and Rajasic.
A Sattvic diet consists of simple, healthy and light food.
Sattvic food is neither too sweet, nor too salty or spicy. Moderation in taste and quantity is Sattvic food.
Sattvic food is pure in nature, food which is not processed is light in potency and rich in nutrition.
Cooked food, consumed within three to four hours of preparation, is Sattvic food.
Sattvic food cleanses and purifies the body and calms the mind. It energizes the body and mind.
The food that is prepared by hurting or killing living beings, such as fish and meat, are Rajasic and Tamasic in nature, and should, therefore, be avoided.
Rajasic and Tamasic foods can cause anger, irritability, hyperactivity, restlessness and sleeplessness. These food types also increase the level of toxins in the blood. Hence, these types of food intakes should be avoided.
Spiritualism reflects that there is “Unity in diversity”. Which is the most precious pearl of India.
Spirituality helps us experience the feeling of “Oneness”.
INDIA DEFINES ” UNITY IN DIVERSITY”.