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Unclutched action makes you a high performer

Posted on by Teo Siew Yong

Do you know that you can be a high performer without stress and worries? Let me share with you a powerful truth I learned about actions and performance from my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) which I was … Continue reading

The Story of Our Mind

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In June 2009, I attended my first Inner Awakening program with a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) after having left my corporate life for good. I remembered he narrated an incident from his wandering days and I would … Continue reading

Silence is the source of inspiration and creation

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Do you know the power of silence? Are you aware that our body actually heals faster when we are in silence? After coming back from the 21-day Suddhadvaitam program at Kumbh Mela in Ujjain for 2 weeks, I am experiencing … Continue reading

Re-program Your Muscle Memory Through Yoga

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Are you aware there is such a thing called muscle memory? The truth is our body stores memories in different parts of the organs and muscles. Muscle memory is responsible for the spontaneous way in which we react to every … Continue reading

Yoga is about Adding Life to Your Movements

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If you were to ask someone – what is Yoga? Immediately, the typical answer would be ‘Yoga is a physical form of exercise called asanas (postures) used to promote strength, flexibility and balance in the body’. In the modern society … Continue reading

Get Ready for 2012 Conscious Explosion

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In another 25 days from now, on 12 Dec 2012, it marks the opening of a shift of consciousness where the entire planet earth is going to experience a significant shift of energy. There is going to be violation of … Continue reading

Relationship itself is a Sadhana

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Are you keen to improve your relationship with your partner? Do you get disturbed emotionally with relationship issues? According to Vedic tradition, there are 2 distinct paths to travel in life – one is the path of renunciation, the other … Continue reading