A ccording to the Vaastu Shaastr or the Architectural text of that originated in the Bharat stipulates that the house always be built lower in height in the eastern, northern directions and higher in height in the western… Continue
Added by Dr SWAAMEE_APRTEMAANANDAA_JEE on October 6, 2017 at 11:04pm —
The house whose length is in the perfect East to West direction is called the Suryavaedhee and the one whose length is in the North to South direction the Chandravaedhee.… Continue
Added by Dr SWAAMEE_APRTEMAANANDAA_JEE on October 6, 2017 at 10:44pm —
Sometimes you feel that you will eat the whole big Pizza, Burger, all the Rotis kept in the… Continue
Added by Dr SWAAMEE_APRTEMAANANDAA_JEE on May 29, 2017 at 1:00am —
We all take a bath daily without thinking much about it. We take it for granted that all is well merely by performing the daily ritual called the Bath. No matter how we do it.… Continue
Added by Dr SWAAMEE_APRTEMAANANDAA_JEE on May 27, 2017 at 1:00am —
What is the YOGA? Is it a science? Is it an art? Is it a philosophy? Is it a religion? What is it after all...?
Well, the YOGA is a true science, art, philosophy, secular-religion and non-religion in itself…!
The yoga is a secular religion. The yoga can’t and must not be bound with any specific traditional religion or the spiritual-path. Yes, it is true that the practitioners of any particular tradition, traditional religion or path might have made more… Continue
Added by Dr SWAAMEE_APRTEMAANANDAA_JEE on July 24, 2011 at 1:30am —
The link to an on air interview I did with Rachael Kohn for ABC Radio National the Spirit of Things is now live.
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Added by Swami Samnyasananda on May 24, 2009 at 1:25pm —
When he was nine years old, Garuvel Nep Zing discovered
that he could disappear. He was sitting in a white gazebo on the family estate.
It was hidden by tall thin evergreens to the rear of the Great House, at the end of a long sloping lawn. Garuvel treasured this spot for its remoteness from the prying eyes of his family and the family’s servants. Little finches nested in the stately spires, and Garuvel watched them land and disappear twittering inside the moist
Added by Art Rosch on March 3, 2009 at 4:21am —