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Trikonasana

This pose is a metaphor of Trinity such as birth – life – death, mind – body – spirit, consciousness – subconsciousness – supraconsciousness. In the Universe, there are three cosmic functions of Creation, Maintenance, and Destruction. In the yoga philosophy, these functions are represented respectively by Brahma the God of Creation, Vishnu, the God of …

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Poetry

Islam, Sufism and Yoga Sufism is considered the mystic dimension of Islam. By focusing on the more spiritual aspects of religion, Sufis strive to obtain direct experience of God by turning inwards using the conscious and subconscious mind. Sufism is regarded as a science of the Soul while Yoga as the science of Consciousness. The …

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Pellazgs Civilization

Pellazgs Civilization Pelasgians are the oldest people known in southern Europe and the Mediterranean and the oldest civilization in the world. The historic documentation places Pelasgians at least 10,000 years BC. It was a culture filled with art, philosophy, and science besides farming and metal welding. The first processed stone, mud, domesticated cattle, processed milk, …

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Get Inspired

Teqja e Dervish Hatixhese is a Sufi Shrine in Tirana, Albania that has served spiritually for about 300 years to people of all religions. This shrine was built after the death of Saint Dervish Hatixhe, where her body was laid to rest. She lived though the bubonic plague in Balkans and as a doctor at …

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Pellazgian Culture

The Arabic Culture has been influenced continuously from the ancient culture of Pellazgs. In the 18-19 century, there were debates about how different the Western and Arabic cultures are: are they fundamentally different or they share the same heritage? And the debates of Homeric authenticity are all alive. During the Umayyad Period (632-750 CE), it …

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Yoga

Yoga is the science of consciousness.  It is a spiritual, intellectual and physical activity during which, the practitioner through direct experimentation, systematically explores, studies, observes and experiences the inner changes of the conscious and subconscious mind and its manifestation in the physical body. In yoga the practitioner is the observer and the object of the …

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