Samagra Yoga

BRINGING LIFE TO LIVING with DIVYA SUNIL YOGACHARYA

Take a break for a few days to invest in your physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The increasing pressures in daily living leave us tired, low and depleted and we neglect the most important part of living – life itself. Samagra Yoga is intended as a path that will heal and revitalize you.

WHAT IS SAMAGRA YOGA?

Samagra Yoga is a practice to lead you into a yogic way of life – to help cleanse the body, mind and soul of the accumulated impurities by learning and following authentic yogic practices and incorporating them in your daily life. You will immediately perceive the difference in your decreased levels of stress, niggles and aches and an upsurge in your positive energy.

WHY SAMAGRA YOGA?

Most yoga teachings restrict themselves to limited aspects of yoga or offer an inadequate interpretation. Samagra Yoga teaches the pure, holistic form of yoga that incorporates the body, mind and soul.

PROGRAM SNAPSHOT

  • Each day starts with asanas, pranayama and mudras
  • Yogic cures and self-management of ailments like cold, flu, backache, cervical pain, knee and joint pains, obesity, etc.
  • Yogic tips to treat and improve mind power, vision, speech, breathing as well as fortifying the throat, stomach, liver, knees, heart – creating a general sense of well-being:
    1. How to increase vigour and vitality
    2. How to live a well-balanced life, unaffected by jealousy, attachment, greed and anger
    3. The yogic ways to keep the mind focused and alert in your day-to-day life
    4. The theory of karma and how to live in clarity
    5. The yogic SWAN system of living, where your Strengths, Weaknesses, Ambitions and Needs are put in the right perspective
    6. The yogic insights to a better understanding of relationships
  • All this and more is shared with you through asanas, lectures, nature walks, meditation and personal counselling

NEXT PROGRAM

  • Dates: 15-March-2017 (Wednesday) to 19-March-2017 (Sunday)
  • Venue: Binsar Forest Retreat, Almora District, Kumaon Region, Uttarakhand
  • Cost: Rs. 15,000 / person on double sharing.
  • Inclusions:
    1. Transfers in Uttarakhand
    2. Forest entry fees
    3. Accommodation in rooms / cottages, on double sharing basis
    4. Major meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), which are pre determined and served as a buffet
    5. All taxes
    6. Course material
  • Exclusions:
    1. Transfers in Delhi
    2. Train reservation between New Delhi and Kathgodam, Uttarakhand (New Delhi Kathgodam Shatabdi: Chair car – Rs 620 one way)
  • Detailed itinerary will be provided once the booking is confirmed

FOR REGISTRATION, CONTACT

Divya Sunil Yogacharya: 98991 88862
Preetam: 70551 04971 / info@binsarforestretreat.com

ABOUT DIVYA SUNIL YOGACHARYA

Divya Sunil Yogacharya has more than 15 years’ experience in the field of yoga and other natural healing therapies. He has a Masters degree in Yoga from JVBI in Ladnun, Rajasthan. He has also carried out research work in yoga at Swami Vivekananda Yog Anusandhanam Samsthana in Banglore, besides attending numerous discourses at Bihar School of Yoga in Munger to further his knowledge. He has learnt spiritual healing (Reiki) from the Pranam Foundation and the Reiki Healing Foundation and natural therapies from the Gandhi National Academy of Naturopathy, Delhi.

Divya Sunil Yogacharya headed the International Yoga Festival in Rishikesh in 2014. He has been working with the AYUSH ministry, Government of India, since 2015 to spread the awareness of yoga to every corner of the country. He also has many disciples from around the world.

He regularly delivers lectures and holds events at prominent institutions in the country like BHEL, SBI, IIFT, Doordarshan, etc. and has been the key speaker at many events hosted by SPIC- MACAY.

Childhood Tayms of Chanda and Tara

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Chapter 1

Thar is a dog cold Mili shi gav bath to anadar dog cold Cirti so shi gav bath to 7 papis Chanda and Tara ar 2 of them

Chapter 2

Chunda luuvs to go avt in to the jungl. Tara stas hom, but bicos Cunda gos, tara tincs shi has to go. This has hpund 3 tims. 1 tiym i soe tem and the 3rd tiym to.

Chapter 3

Chanda haz 100 persent of the taym having fun Tara jast thics shi has to go. Chanda, goes ahed Tara goes bihind shi jast thincs shi has to go. so tats the, rizan both go. Tara or Canda pic up sam thnig a stic or sam thing of thr one bat sam timz tha dont

Chapter 4

Tha sta in thar enclosure ven gests ar thar. Chanda havlz. Tara sits cvietli in a cona. Tha rip the blancet vich vi giv them, espeshali Chanda you knoe.

Quick Connect

Update on 22-Sep-16: There seems to have been a problem with sending mails in WordPress v4.6, the software that runs our website. It may have been fixed in WordPress v4.6.1, which we have updated to today. However, not taking any chances, we have installed a plugin that replaces WordPress code for sending email notifications. We have re-enabled Quick Connect and tested the notifications successfully.

We have a glitch in the Quick Connect code on our website and consequently most of the queries sent through the same have not been delivered to our mailbox. We deeply regret not being able to reply back to all our guests who have sent us a note through the Quick Connect widget on our website. We will try and reach out to you all over the next few days.

In the meantime, we have temporarily disabled the Quick Connect widget. As and when we identify the issue with the code, we will fix the same and re-enable it.

The White Goral of Binsar

Albinism in biology is described as the “Congenital absence of any pigmentation or coloration in a person, animal or plant, resulting in white hair and pink eyes in mammals.” Mammals have special cells called melanocytes which are responsible for skin colour. Absence of melanocytes in the body results in a whitish appearance.

I had heard from a few village folks about the sighting of a white goral  (Himalayan Goral or Mountain Goat) in the forests in the last few weeks. I was, naturally, curious to see this “white” or albino goral, though I must admit, I was also a little sceptical. One evening we were walking down a mule track towards Mayolikhan. It is a beautiful trail with oak and rhododendron forest above and Chir pine forest below. It is a level walk in most parts with lovely views of the sun sinking into the western horizon. As I was walking, I was looking down at the hill slope into the valley. Suddenly, I saw something crouching down below, under a tree. Something whitish. Could it be a large hare? Could it be a sheep? Or could it be…?? I checked through my binoculars, and sure enough, sitting under a tree was a very white looking goral! Another one, a more familiar looking one, was sitting right next to it. Both were looking towards us. As we all gathered to take a look, the white goral froze in position while the normal one got up and silently slipped away. We gazed at this beautiful, unusual creature for some time, until it got up and slowly slipped away too. We had, quite by chance, seen the  white goral of Binsar. 🙂

Harmony with Nature