Monthly Archives: April 2011

Prana Karma: Life Force Healing

Primordial Life Force Therapy Prana Karma (PK) is the most distinctive and effective therapeutic modality in Suddha Yoga & Ayurveda, correcting and enhancing the flow of prana (Life Force) throughout the organism. Prana Karma increases resiliency optimizes function promotes rapid … Continue reading

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The Five Precepts

The Five Precepts are basic rules of conduct that allow us to reduce the sway of afflicted emotions, and thus cultivate clarity.   1. Avoid killing                              Respect life 2. Avoid stealing                           Respect others’ property 3. Avoid sexual misconduct        Respect our pure nature 4. … Continue reading

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This Is To Be Done

This is to be done by one skilled in aims who wants to break through to the state of peace: Be capable, upright, and straightforward, easy to instruct, gentle, and not conceited, content and easy to support, with few duties, living lightly, with … Continue reading

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No Dogma

Kalama Sutra: Teaching to the Kalamas Closely based on a translation from the Pali by the Ven. Thanissaro Bhikkhu I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One, on a wandering tour among the Kosalans with a large community … Continue reading

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All Comes By Itself

Happiness is not to be found with many efforts or will, but is here, nearby, in your relaxing and surrendering. Don’t worry, there is nothing to be done.   Everything that comes up to your mind has no importance because … Continue reading

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A Dakini Night

a poem by Traktung Khepa He said: You will remember, like a quick wisp, a small flutter… there, then gone. You will remember the way you prowled the streets and the way your fingers brushed across the twilight. You will … Continue reading

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Buddha Elephant

Long ago, in the hills of the Himalayas near a lotus pool, the Buddha was born as a baby elephant. He was a magnificent elephant, pure white, with feet and face the color of coral. His trunk gleamed like a … Continue reading

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