The Pose Step both legs back so that the body stretches out as if entering a push-up position. From there extend the arms and push the hips back and up toward the ceiling. It may be necessary to lengthen or shorten the distance between the arms and legs for your body. Effects and Benefits Physical […]
The Pose From a standing posture, make the spine straight. Keep the spine straight and begin folding forward from the hips. Do not allow the spine to curl/bend until you fold your upper body until the point where the torso is parallel to the floor. This is important for protecting the back. If you cannot […]
Some call Uttiha Tadasana by the name “Hasta Utthanasana.” The naming of asanas often varies according the tradition or sadhu. The Pose From a standing position, reach both arms upward in front of the body. If it is more comfortable, you may sweep the arms out to the sides and then up. Let the hands […]
The Pose Standing up right, with the natural “S” shaped curve of the spine, bring the hands together at heart center. The feet may be either together or apart depending on what is comfortable in your own body. Effects and Benefit Physical – This simple posture brings the body into its natural alignment, in preparation […]
Prakshan Instructions – Standing up right with the natural “S” shaped curve of the spine bring the hands together at the heart center. The feet may either be together or apart depending on what is comfortable in your own body. Physical Benefit – This simple posture brings the body into its natural alignment, in preparation […]
Shree Maa sings Mother of the Universe, a song she wrote inspired by the Tantroktam Ratri Suktam.
The word “Mudra”, is a Sanskrit term that means bringing the deity and the devotee together. Mudras are gestures that convey certain attitudes. The following mudras, demonstrated by Shree Maa, are performed at specific times during worship. You will be instructed to perform some or all of these mudras in our puja books. The Sankalpa […]
While in New Delhi, we took rest and renewed our energy in preparation for our next divine adventure, which was the famous city of Vrindavan (also spelled Vrindaban). Vrindavan is the location where Sri Krishna spent his childhood and this city is dedicated to the worship of both Sri Krishna and Radha Maa. The town […]