November 2, 2018

What is prana and how does it help in energy treatment?

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What is prana?


Prana is the word of a Sanskrit origin, which in translation would mean what it enters into itself and accepts it. 

In other words, prana is the life force of cosmic origin, which we inhabit daily through inhalation through the respiratory system.

Prana is a vital force, invisible bio energy that keeps our body alive and healthy.


The use of prana energy treatment was also used in traditional medicine of the ancient peoples. In the Japanese prana is called KI, in Chinese it is chi, and in the western countries it is labeled as Rauch, which means breath of life.
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The use of prana energy treatment was also used in traditional medicine of the ancient peoples. In the Japanese prana is called KI, in Chinese it is chi, and in the western countries it is labeled as Rauch, which means breath of life.


On what principle prana is based?


Everything we bring into ourselves is brought through our mouth and we breathe through our nose. Since respiration is more important for our lives, the bulk of vital life energy is also introduced into the respiration.

Accordingly, the great importance of proper breathing during yoga is connected.

Food is in the secondary place, because human does not have a complete need for food as it is for air.

Accordingly, the main centers of the prana are taken: head, mouth, nose, heart, lungs, and navel and bow fingers.


The basic principle of prana as well as all other energy treatment methods is the establishment of a disturbed balance in the body, the determination of blockages in the chakras and the return of the life energy flow into the normal.

When all the centers are in line and functioning, the prana is in function and is not broken. In contrast, distorted prana is a sign of disease in the body.

Body toxins, intoxications, poor nutrition, aging process, frustration, suffering, restlessness, and physical and mental shock disturb life force.

Healing is achieved by simply removing the negative and painful energy from the body, and then fresh and clean PRANA is provided.  Panic treatment is used to prevent and alleviate and heal in physical, emotional and mental illness.

How is pranic healing done?


Treatment with prana can only be performed by doctors, physiotherapists, energy therapists, and yoginis.

Healing with prana is a treatment without contact, because, as well as reiki, it is implemented by directing energy.

The patient sits calmly in the chair, with his palms facing up and placed on his knees. The tongue is set to the upper palate, allowing unhindered breathing, that is, the flow of energy through the body.


Prana therapist detects blocked spots on the body, places where negative energy is accumulated or there is a lack of energy.

The energy body is then cleaned and energized, allowing the body to rebalance its own energy state. Treatment with prana is most often experienced as a pleasant and relaxing experience

Treatment with prana is carried out as an additional method in conventional treatment. Its advantages are: not an aggressive, natural method of healing, strengthening the immune system, balancing the mental, emotional and physical body.

What are the 4 types of prana?


1. Apana

Apana is the life-force of excretion. The centers of this prana are intestines, urinary bag, testicular glands, ovaries, and uterus. When the life force through these centers is established and in the balance, then there will be no illness. However, if the flow of this energy is disturbed, there will be constipation, bleeding, cough, asthma, and hiccup.


2. Samana

Samana is prana related to the processes of absorption of nutrients, which give energy to the body. The stomach area is the center of this prana, because it is considered a center of growth and feeding. Disorders of assimilating life force result in nervous diarrhea, dyspepsia (digestive disorders), cramping of the gut, irregular urination, obstipation, and the like.



3. Udana

Udana means "energy that rises." It is a force that causes the contraction of the thoracic muscles and thus raises the air through the loud wires. All physical activities that require effort and power depend on this life-force. It is located in the throat, upper part of the pelvis, all the joints, legs and arms.


4. Vyana

Vyana is a life force of contraction or contraction. All rhythmic and non-ritual contractions are due to this life-force. It is present throughout the body and manages the process of relaxing and tightening autonomic and vegetative muscles. This force also controls the movement of ligaments. She is involved in opening and closing voices. Ears, eyes, neck, ankles, nose and throat are considered the main centers of this life force in the body. Fibrosis, sclerosis, atrophy, and pain in muscle and nerve fibers are the result of a contraction in the life force of the contraction.

October 18, 2018

How to get a good sleep with the help of feng shui?

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Feng Shui is the name for the ancient Chinese space management system that matches the flow of energy. It's the art of decorating the home to achieve success, happiness, health and wealth in life.

The best place for a good sleep


Sometimes for a good dream it is enough to turn your head to the opposite side, so take the compass in your hands and with the help of the following information, find the best place for a good sleep.


Sometimes for a good dream it is enough to turn your head to the opposite side, so take the compass in your hands and with the help of the following information, find the best place for a good sleep.
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Head focused on:

- North: it helps with insomnia, but it can make your life too peaceful. It enhances the feeling of peace and tranquility.

- Northeast: breathtaking sleep stimulates nerves and tension, and it is not advisable to sleep for long periods in this direction.

- East: the ideal direction for sleeping for young people provides an incentive for career building, job performance, growth and development.

- Southeast: it helps in communication, enhances creativity, growth, development and active life.


- South: it promotes bad sleep, quarrels and danger of divorce.

- Southwest: this direction means more peaceful relationships, but it can make you more cautious and make your life more unstable.

- West: Provides healthy sleep, pleasure, romance. It is ideal for people who have already built a career behind, because they can cause laziness and lack of motivation.

- Northwest: Suits longer and calmer sleep. Recommended for parents.


According to feng shui, the material that makes up your bedding is very important, so choose one of cotton, linen or silk. The best one would be the pink colors, or somehow with circular motives. The ideal color of the walls is pastel shades because they work soothing, and on the floor should be a carpet that extends from wall to wall because the soft surface is important in the bedroom. Avoid glare with glass on the wall. Choose images with matted glass, or, without glass.

September 30, 2018

Discover the chakras of your apartment in an old Indian way

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Ancient skill of building and healthy living is called Vasati. According to Vasati, every house, the apartment, place for living is a living creature that feels vibration and transfers them to people and the environment.

As with feng shui, Chinese methods of living environment management and Indian method, the most commonly used as the basis for arrangement and proper choice the position of stuff in the house, the sides of the world.


As a zero or a starting point in the Vasati, the northeast is taken, which carries the characteristics of cleanliness, ease and openness. This is the symbol of water and represents the human head.

The opposite is located southwest, which is hard, dark, closed and marks the feet.

The side of the world according to their method of living arrangement are also the chakras on the human body, that is, the energy centers through which the life energy flows.



The side of the world according to their method of living arrangement are also the chakras on the human body, that is, the energy centers through which the life energy flows.
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The most important Vasati rules for home and living space 



1. Entrance doors if they are in the building are best not to stand in front of the other front door of the other apartment.

2. Set the sleeping bed so that your legs do not go in the direction of the exit door. Turn the pillow to the south.

3. On the eastern and northern walls placed shelves for books, mirrors and plumbing pipes

4. The working space should be facing east and north

5. In front of the door hold a bowl with basil or cacti

6. Pets pillows should stand in the northwest

7. Do not place the wall clock in the south


8. If you have an attic where your bed is standing, remove it, especially if the roof is tilted down

9. The kitchen supports the southeast

10. Do not make the kitchen and toilet side by side

11. The kitchen must not be against the front door

12. Toilet is placed in the horizontal north of the south.

13. Keep money in the drawers in the east

14. Older people are most accommodated in the southwestern part of the house

September 1, 2018

Healthy eating according to Ayurveda rules

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Ayurveda is known as traditional Indian medicine, which includes both proper diet in order to achieve balance in the body and good health.


In Ayurveda there are three known doshas:

1. Kapha dosha - represents water and earth and stability

2. Vata dosha - represents the air, unites the mind and the body

3. Pita dosha - is fire and earth, responsible for physical and emotional changes


What is the nutrition point for Ayurveda?


The point is fairly simple and is based on seasonal nutrition and the respect of certain rules during meals, such as combining foods or the proper intake of foods.

During each season, one of the five elements, fire, earth, metal, water, or wood is ruled. If you follow the natural rhythm of changing elements in nature, you will create an internal balance and remain healthy at any seasons.


Consuming seasonal foods is a great way to maintain the health and vitality of the body. Tomato, grapes, all vegetables and fruits  have to be eaten in summer months, not in winter months.

As we enter the season of the autumn, we must know that Ayurveda suggests a diet for Vata dosha, which calms, cools and signifies ease and mobility. Autumn is also an element of metal, and in accordance with this, foods that simbolize this element are used.

What are the foods that balance Vata dosha ?


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- Vegetables, fruits (carfiol, cabbage, Chinese cabbage, celery, radish, beets, potatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes, onion, garlic, leeks, pumpkin, root vegetables. , while dry fruit before meals should be kept in water)

- Soya, lens
- Milk, dairy products
- Cereals, rice, cheese, millet, corn, oats
- Sesame and olive oil unrefined

The benefits of these foods will contribute to the enhancement of immunity in the autumn, reducing secretion of mucus in the bronchi, the appearance of allergies, clean digestion organs and preparing the body for the winter.

What are the other nutrition principles for Ayurveda?


1. Stimulation of food digestion

In Indian cuisine, there are plenty of spices that are quite strong and stimulate stinging of stomach acid and digestive juices. This stimulates the first slaughter of the lungs, and then the stinging of stomach juices for digestion and normal digestion is ensured. Normal digestion is half the health and the basis of good immunity.

2. A combination of foods

When preparing a meal, we should be careful about which foods are allowed in Ayurveda because the correct combination of foods in the meal contributes to a better digestion.

Say, you do not need to combine, meat and starch (rice, potato, bread), then do not use milk with veggies or hard-digesting foods with easily digestible foods.

3. Proper order of food

A very interesting issue in Ayurveda is that the meal starts with sweet treats, which is for some people a bit strange. But Ayurveda says that if the meal begins with sweet taste, it will activate kapha dosha and it will lead to better secretion of saliva, digestive juices and good digestion. The organism then prepares for taking other foods, which is, as a rule, a difficulty digested, such as meat.


Other nutrition rules for Ayurveda are:

* Eat constantly at the same time and do not over eat.

* Foodstuffs must be fresh and as good as possible. Avoid using cans, foods prepared in microwave ovens and reheated foods.

* Drink some warm water before breakfast, as it helps digestion.

* Lunch is the main daily meal and should be prepared only as much as it will eat.

* The dinner should be easily digestible, for example, a vegetable soup, a lactic meal, such as a dessert, and should be eaten before 19 hours. For dinner you should avoid sausages, yellow and white cheese, salad, fruit, fatty and fried dishes. You should never eat directly before going to bed.

* Do not eat too fast or too slow, and you need to chew food well. At the end of the meal, half of the stomach should be filled with solid food, a quarter of the liquid and a quarter should remain empty.

* It is eaten only when the previous meal is completely warmer. Depending on the individual strength of each person's digestion, it is good to pass three to six hours between meals. During this period, you can drink fresh fruit or vegetable juice.

* During the meal you can drink hot water. Avoid cold drinks during and after meals, because they make it difficult to digest.

* It is not good to sleep after eating, but it is advisable to sit for 5 to 15 minutes in a comfortable armchair.

August 13, 2018

Feng Shui - an ancient ecological method

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The power of nature does not have to be felt only in the open space, but it can also be present in front of your door. 

Feng shui as a deeply creative and intuitive art is based on exceptional sensitivity to nature. 

This propensity to nature is shown in two ideologies that build the name Feng Shui - the "wind of water".

Basically, these two elements shape the ultimate physical appearance of an appetizer.  

In practice, feng shui has two premises and two levels of empowerment. 

The first premise is that the human condition and its energy influence its environment in a good and bad sense. Another premise is that the state of the environment affects the person's internal state.

The first of four different aspects of Feng Sui practice is - landscape decoration with feng shui.


The first of four different aspects of Feng Sui practice is - landscape decoration with feng shui.
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Landscape Feng Shui offers a system of techniques and knowledge that by studying and applying to the environment you can get a true insight into the quality of the energy of the place where you live.

All-encompassing energy (chi) is sometimes described as the cosmic breath or the vital principle of the sky and earth, time and space and, consequently, interrelated phenomena. Energy is in a constant cycle of movement and transformation through seasons and weather changes, soil irregularities, tides and oscillations, through changes in our bodies, emotions and thoughts.

There are three transformational phases in which energy dominantly carry a specific quality. They are called Sheng, Si and Sha.

Sheng Chi - the place possessed when you perceive it as fresh and bright, when animals are healthy, vegetation is diverse and lush, people are successful. You have Sheng Chi when you feel positive desire.

Si Chi - has a place that is plagued and devastated, if the land is exhausted and vegetation is poor, people are weak and volatile. You have Si when you're depressed and anxious.

Sha Chi - dominates when you are extremely angry. The place is radiant with this energy quality when you feel it strange and dangerous. It starts from the negative states of the soil both below and above the ground. Even under the floor is sometimes called "harmful radiation", and above the ground is most often called "secret arrows".

Awareness of the specific quality of energy that exudes our immediate environment opens the opportunity for us through our own engagement to create the conditions for transforming, calming, directing and moving slowly, turning and accumulating in front of the front door of the home.

All the activities we undertake to improve our immediate environment must result in such a composition that will ensure that energy always flickers and does not allow its stagnation.

Landscape feng shui can be practiced in two ways, more precisely there are two schools. The topological school of feng shui provides rough views on the position and shape of the garden - the topological properties of the garden, its position, the shape of the plot and possible water elements, while the compass school is based on precise orientation and complex mathematical calculations.

Common to both schools is to base their philosophy on the concept of complementarity, more commonly known as the Yin-Yang concept, then on the theory of five elements connected both in a productive and destructive cycle, and ultimately on the theory of trinity of happiness, Tien Ti Ren concept.

For Yin and Yang, it can be said above all that they represent two dual types of energy. 

While Yin is a passive or deadened form of energy, Yang represents a creative, driving energy. 

By practicing the feng shui, we are trying to bring them into the equilibrium whole in which they will be interwoven and complemented.

Viewed through the prism of the elements of the garden, water, flat or damp soil, shade and silence possess Yin energy. On the other hand, yang energy is present in every manifestation of life in the garden, in the growth of plants, in the joyous colors of flowers, then in the bright and sunny surfaces, as well as in the hilly ground.

It is here that the feng shui gets in its importance and swings, because it helps us to integrate these elements into a harmonious whole. 

As Yin and Yang Dynamic Energy are changing, depending on the time of day, or the age of the year. 

First of all, this means that the garden should not be too flat, but not too hilly, it should also be sunny, the best morning sun, but also have shady segments.

July 11, 2018

Natural treatment of paradentosis

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What is paradentosis?


Paradentosis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the gingiva and jaw bones that support the teeth.

Statistics show that a large number of people on the planet suffer from paradentosis, even 30-40% of global population. It creates a large number of populations that remain in the elderly without teeth.

What are the causes of paradentosis?


One of the samples, which may be the most common cause of paradentosis in humans, is a bite or irregular arrangement and a stacking of the upper and lower jaw teeth.

Other causes are irregular hygiene of teeth and mouth, presence and development of bacteria, presence of plaque, genetics, and nutrition.

What are the symptoms of paradentosis?


One of the samples, which may be the most common cause of paradentosis in humans, is a bite or irregular arrangement and a stacking of the upper and lower jaw teeth.
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- Bent, inflamed, red or purple gums
- Bleeding from the gums
- A bad breath from mouth
- Appearance of apces 
- Pain in the jaws, ears, headaches

How to prevent paradentosis?


Regular tooth brushing with a middle hard brush and toothpaste, as well as a regular visit to the dentist to reduce the amount of plaque can significantly reduce and delay the occurrence of paradentosis.

How to cure paradentosis in a natural way?



1. Vegetable oil by Ayurveda


Ayurveda as an old Indian healing method brings a very effective and extremely simple remedy for the treatment of paradentosis.

It is enough to take a little olive oil and muck it in your mouth for 15 minutes after which it spits out.

Olive oil has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, nourishes the gums and slows the development of bacteria in the mouth.


2. Vitamin C


Since ancient times, there is a known scurvy disease that appeared on a ship full of sailors due to a poor potato diet. The disease is a consequence of the lack of vitamin C in the diet and results in paradentosis. (bleeding from the gums, swollen gingiva)

Prevention consists in the use of healthy foods, fruits and vegetables in a fresh state.


3. Propolis


Propolis is a bee product that has strong antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Strengthens immunity. It can be used in the form of an alcoholic tincture where 15 drops are dissolved in water and rinsed out.


4. Essential oils


Of essential oils in the treatment of paradentosis, in used are tree tea oil, neem, peppermint, oregano, and clove. They have to be dissolved with base oil and rinse the mouth.


5. Vitamin D


This vitamin is obtained mostly through the sun and has it in foods of animal origin (eggs, yolk, cheese, milk).


6. Coenzyme Q


Today, toothpaste with coenzyme Q content has been produced, which has proven to be an effective protection against paradentosis, caries and tooth decay.

July 9, 2018

What are the Health Benefits of Black Salt?

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What is black salt?


Black salt or otherwise called Kala Namak or Sanchal is a special type of salt obtained on the volcanic fields of India and Pakistan. It is considered as one type of rock salt.

The color of the black salt is not black, but purple and has a distinctive smell of boiled eggs, due to the content of sulfur.

What is the application of black salt?


Black salt or otherwise called Kala Namak or Sanchal is a special type of salt obtained on the volcanic fields of India and Pakistan. It is considered as one type of rock salt.
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It is mostly used in Indian cuisine as a cake for cooked meals, salads. In the Western world it is also used in the diet of vegans, vegetarians and macrobiotic nutrition, as a substitute for eggs or meals that require the use of eggs.


The main health benefits of black salt are:

- Excellent source of iron
- Regulates food digestion
- Reliving hiccups
- Prevents bloating and constipation
- Rejuvenates and detoxifies the body
- Improves vision
- Reduces high blood pressure

June 21, 2018

What is Ojas ? The energy of life in Ayurveda

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What is an Ojas and what does it represent?


Ojas is a fine, subtle, light energy that contributes to the body being healthy, vital, to bring happiness, well-being and pleasure to every person.

When a person is conscious, when person has consciousness about himself, the environment, the way of life, nutrition and behavior, when he is devoted to work on himself and creating love for himself, he is at a high level of ojas energy.

On the contrary, when a man is stressed, under the influence of negative emotions (anger, nervousness, jealousy, stiffness ), when he does not take care of his diet, his body and soul, then the ojas is very low and that affects the health of the immune system first and therefore the health of the whole organism.

The main residence of the Ojas is the heart.

How do you get an ojas?


Ojas is introduced into the body through a certain food that stimulates this energy in the body, and it is called sattvic food (these are all foods of plant origin, milk, ghee butter) because it activates the Satvva guna.

People who have well developed Ojas are cheerful, optimistic, have a healthy and great facial tone, red tongue, emotions are balanced, and they feel vivid and energetic.


Intense activities, lack of sleep and an unhurried lifestyle are factors that destroy the quality and quantity of the ojas in the body. It all decreases immunity and the appearance of illness is very expected.
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How to degrade the Ojas?


The ojas is destroyed through entering harmful food and irregular lifestyle. 

Negative emotions (fear, anger, stress, and sorrow), hunger or excessive posture, too much sexual activity, and the job, destroying them and should be avoided.

Intense activities, lack of sleep and an unhurried lifestyle are factors that destroy the quality and quantity of the ojas in the body. It all decreases immunity and the appearance of illness is very expected.

Non-sattvic food, such as meat, processed foods, oil-based foods, heated foods and foods that are not freshly prepared, are the main triggers to destroy ojas energy in the whole body. 

The opposite of Ojas is Ama, which is considered to be the toxic residue in the cells that promote disease. It was created by consuming unsaturated foods and advocating destructive habits or emotions. 

June 17, 2018

How long do essential oils last ?

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Can Essential oils deteriorate ?


Essential oils are natural vegetable oils obtained by the steam distillation process of plants. 

On sale, they come in a glass, dark colored pack, in the amount of 10ml and 30 ml. Essential oils are used in very small quantities, expressed in drops.

When we become the owner of an essential oil, we become aware that such oil requires special conditions of keeping and preservation. Although it is of natural origin, it cannot be said that its expiration date is unlimited, nor can it be deteriorated.

On the contrary, essential oils are like other vegetable oils are susceptible to decay, unless they are properly stored under certain conditions.

Characteristics of essential oils are that if there is a deterioration, this will not be reflected as rancidness, but the chemical reaction will take place at the level of the oil molecules, and hence the healing of the essential oil, which either loses its medicinal properties or gets toxic properties.

For this reason, it is important that the essential oil bottles which, as a rule, must be dark brown or dark blue are kept in a dark, dry place, away from heat, moisture and direct sunlight. In translation, do not put oil in the car, in the bag, in the bathroom, on the window shelf, in the kitchen next to the heat.

What is the expiry date of certain essential oils?


Most essential oils for proper storage have a shelf life of 2 years or even more.    Tea tree oil, Pine oil and Fir oil have a shelf life of 12 to 18 months.
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Most essential oils for proper storage have a shelf life of 2 years or even more.

Tea tree oil, Pine oil and Fir oil have a shelf life of 12 to 18 months.

Citrus oils have the shortest shelf life, because of content of terpenes, highly subject to oxidation. Their shelf life is up to a year, although due to proper storage, it can be extended to 18 months.

Tip: if you buy a bottle of citrus oil in a 10ml package, distribute it in 2 unused dark bottles of 5ml to prevent oxidation of the entire bottle, if you do not use all amount of essential oil.