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Christmas is the celebration of life and a reminder that our essential nature is peace, happiness, love, giving and joy. It is an event to be celebrated at every moment in life for a year even though ...

Christmas is the celebration of life and a reminder that our essential nature is peace, happiness, love, giving and joy. It is an event to be celebrated at every moment in life for a year even though celebrated outside once a year. That is what yoga declares as the goal of life. A Sufi proverb says, ‘if you have, share and celebrate and if you don’t have, meditate and enjoy’. How true it is in life when we are subjected to hardship and conflicts in our day to day life. Here are the 5 ways, you can celebrate Christmas, to make your entire life a celebration. more at
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  • Evolve and help others to evolve by Acharya Girish Jha , more details at www.girishjha.org Christmas – 5 ways to celebrate according to yoga • Christmas is the celebration of life and a reminder that our essential nature is peace, happiness, love, giving and joy. 1 • A Sufi proverb says, ‘if you have, share and celebrate and if you don’t have, meditate and enjoy’. ©Acharya Girish Jha for Authentic Yoga Tradition (TM) and Shreyas, USA LLC. Read disclaimer at www.girishjha.org
  • Christmas – 5 ways to celebrate according to yoga 1st way- awaken to peace and happiness Sit with eyes closed in front of an image of Christ and move the mind consciously on the image from top to the toes repeatedly for 15 minutes. 2 The 2nd way – take charge of inner purification Bring purity of mind by dropping the negative thoughts every day. ©Acharya Girish Jha for Authentic Yoga Tradition (TM) and Shreyas, USA LLC. Read disclaimer at www.girishjha.org
  • Christmas – 5 ways to celebrate according to yoga 3rd way – forgive all those who sin………. 3 We remember the famous phrase of the prayer, ‘forgive those who sin……………….’ Yoga always inspires one to forgive oneself and others. It can only be done through contemplation not in words by sitting daily for a few minutes ©Acharya Girish Jha for Authentic Yoga Tradition (TM) and Shreyas, USA LLC. Read disclaimer at www.girishjha.org
  • Christmas – 5 ways to celebrate according to yoga 4th way – food for one and all Yoga says, one should divide one’s belly into four parts – fill two parts with food, leave one part for air and fourth is kept empty for easy digestion and absorption. However, the best thing is offering the food 4 consciously to relations, needy as if coming from Jesus. ©Acharya Girish Jha for Authentic Yoga Tradition (TM) and Shreyas, USA LLC. Read disclaimer at www.girishjha.org
  • Christmas – 5 ways to celebrate according to yoga 5th way – wait for Santa Claus within to change 5 Why not celebrate this Christmas coloring the mind with Santa Claus deep within. This will help the mind to remove all frustrations, conflicts and tensions that are preventing one to move ahead in life. ©Acharya Girish Jha for Authentic Yoga Tradition (TM) and Shreyas, USA LLC. Read disclaimer at www.girishjha.org