Asanas, which we perform every day, are specialised for each individual organ, but for the most part they focus on the digestive tract and stomach.
Because, as the Indians say, "stomach is the king,". A weak digestive system poisons the rest of the body.
In addition, there are a lot of exercises which support concentrations of breath, tensioning and loosening of individual muscle groups.
Interestingly, eyeball exercises are undervalued in our culture.
It turns out that d
If you are visiting the Gold Coast, Fraser Island is a must-see. You will witness breathtaking views, miles of wild beaches, and beautiful, vibrantly colored lakes. It is about five hours away from Brisbane by car and the drive is quite scenic. Before you arrive on the island, you need to be aware that the island is the largest sand island in the world, which means that you can only move around it by walking or in 4x4 vehicles. A two-wheel-drive car will not be allowed onto t
Otrzymałem prośby, żeby uzupełnić trochę klimaty z Tiruvannamalai, zatem trochę rozwinę ten temat. Okazuje się, że ognista góra jest znana ze swojej mocy. Otóż marsz wokół Arunachala nie był wcale monotonny - zwłaszcza ten w pełni księżyca. Po drodze mija się dziesiątki rożnych małych i dużych kapliczek, w których mnisi odprawiają swoje modły i śpiewają zawodząco przeróżne pieśni. Można tez nadziać limonkę na trójząb, który pozwala pozbyć się własnego ego. Ciekawy był tez w
I received a few requests to elaborate more about the atmosphere of Tiruvannamalai. The fiery mountain is known for its power. Our march around Arunachala was not at all monotonous, especially with the full moon. We were passing dozens of different large and small chapels, where monks celebrate their prayers and sing various songs. You can also stuff the lime on the trident, which according to local belief would help you to get rid of your ego. As well you could squeeze yours
I have been in India for over a week and as usual, I would like to share my experiences with you. Some of my friends even ask how is India! People travel to India, but not many people know why. The answer to this question is not simple and obvious. At the end of my trip, I will try to come close to the answer and share my observations with you. The statement that India is a country of contrasts of extreme wealth and poverty, is an understatement known already by many who trav
Od ponad tygodnia jestem w Indiach i jak zwykle podczas tych podroży chciałbym się podzielić z wami wrażeniami. Niektórzy nawet się dopytują - jak Indie? Ludzie jeżdżą do Indii i nie wszyscy wiedzą po co? Odpowiedź na to pytanie wcale nie jest prosta i jednoznaczna. Postaram się na koniec pobytu przybliżyć się do meritum tej kwestii i podzielić obserwacjami. Samo stwierdzenie, ze Indie to kraj olbrzymich kontrastów, bogactwa i biedy, to mocne uproszczenie - wie to już większo
Our next stop was the Glow–Worm Cave that is located at the Cedar Creek Estate winery. We bought tickets for a tour at 4 pm, which was the last tour. Tickets are 12 AUD/adult and 9 AUD/student. The tour lasts about 30 minutes. The cave consists of two large chambers interlinked by tunnels. The first chamber is the "presentation cave" where you can watch an audio-visual display on the Glow-Worms. This chamber contains many very realistic formations such as stalagmites and stal
Pipiwai Trail Waimoku Falls finishes with a prize: a 400’ tall waterfall. You pass through diverse scenery and finish at the base of an absolutely spectacular waterfall. It is a 1.8 mile (2.9 km) trail through a tropical forest, where you will pass the gate and come to a gigantic banyan tree, which Hinduism considers as the symbol of eternal life. Continuing along the trail you will notice the scenery changing into an immense bamboo forest. As you walk the bamboo will begin t
We went to Rainbow Bay to see one of the nicest, most peaceful, relaxing beaches, and famous Snapper Rocks. It took us by car about 30 minutes from Surfers Paradise. Rainbow Bay is situated near Coolangatta, Queensland's most southerly coastal town. Rainbow Bay is a relatively small, 300 m long, north-facing beach, that is bordered on the west by Greenmount Hill. The bay was originally but unofficially known as Sharks Bay. On 31 May 1925 Coolangatta Town Council changed the n