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According to ayurveda, blustery winds and chilly weather aggravate vata dosha (the humor that governs all movement, including circulation, digestion, and flow of thought), while the cold, damp, heavy energy of the winter season can kick up kapha dosha (the humor that controls weight, lubrication of the joints, and fluid balance in your body). In winter, increased vata can cause problems like arthritis, irregular digestion, and lack of concentration, while a kapha imbalance can lead to colds and flus, weight gain, and lethargy. In winter, increased vata can cause problems like arthritis, irregular digestion, and lack of concentration, while a kapha imbalance can lead to colds and flus, weight gain, and lethargy. Try these simple tips to stay warm and keep your doshas balanced all winter long: 1. Want to stay warm and energized? Instead of depending on caffeine, which stresses the adrenals, try this ayurvedic tea. Bring 8 cups of water to a rolling boil. Pour it into a thermos with 3 thin slices of fresh ginger, 1/4 teaspoon cumin seeds, 1/4 teaspoon fennel seeds, 2 black peppercorns, and a few mint leaves. Steep for an hour and sip slowly throughout the day. 2. Treat yourself to a full-body self-massage with warm herbalized oil every morning for 10 to 15 minutes. This practice (also known as abhyanga) improves circulation, while the oil nourishes and protects the skin and tissues.

3. Savor nourishing hearty grains like cracked wheat, millet, and maize. Cook them with a little clarified butter (ghee), which is flavorful and lubricates the digestive tract. 4. Counteract the sluggish tendencies of kapha by adding warming spices like black pepper, cumin, ginger, and mustard seeds to your soups, salads, and entres. 5. Stick to a daily routine to keep vata in balance. 6. Exercise for at least 30 minutes four times a week to combat the sedentary energy of kapha. 7. Above all, spend time with warm, friendly people. Let their laughter and positive energy bring sunshine into your life when its dark and gloomy outside.

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Bhismadeva also advices this: 1. To get freedom from anger, one should learn how to forgive. 2. To be free from unlawful desires one should not make plans. 3. By spiritual culture one is able to conquer sleep. 4. By tolerance only can one conquer desires and avarice. 5. Disturbances from various diseases can be avoided by regulated diets. 6. By self-control one can be free from false hopes. 7. Money can be saved by avoiding undesirable association. 8. By practice of yoga one can control hunger. 9. Worldliness can be avoided by culturing the knowledge of impermanence. 10. Dizziness can be conquered by rising up. 11. False arguments can be conquered by factual ascertainment. 12. Talkativeness can be avoided by gravity and silence. 13. By prowess one can avoid fearfulness. 14. Perfect knowledge can be obtained by self-cultivation.

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Mother Sita granted you a boon to become the bestower of 8 Siddhis (supernatural powers) and 9 Nidhis (divine treasures)... 8 Siddhis (Supernatural powers) are: Aim: Ability to reduce one's size

Mahima: Ability to increase one's size

Garima: Ability to increase one's weight infinitely Prpti: Ability to Obtain anything Iiva: Lordship over creation

Laghima: Ability to become lighter than the lightest Prkmya: Ability to acquire anything desired Vaitva: Having control over things 9 Nidhis (treasures) are: Mahapadma: Great lotus flower Shankha: Conch shell

Padma: Lotus/ a Himalayan lake with treasures Makara: Crocodile/ Antimony

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In this Sukta, various small poisonous living objects are mentioned

which create deseases. And the medicine science prevelent at vedic in detail.

age is also described. This Sukta needs further research understand

Rishi - Agastya Maitravaruni, Devata - Aptrun Surya, Chhanda - Anustupa, Mahapanqti, Maha Bruhati

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Some creature of little venom, some creature of great venom; or some destructive (of life),or (poisonous) unseen creatures, have anointed me with their poison. venomous aquatic reptile; creatures of two kinds, both

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(The antidote), coming (to the bitten person), destroys the unseen substance), it destroys them (by its odour); pulverises them. being ground,

(venomous creatures); departing (it destroys them); deprived (of it

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(Blades of) Sara grass, (of) Kusara, (of) Darbha, (of) Sairya, (of) Munja, (of) Virana, all (the haunt) of unseen (venomous creatures ), have together anointed me (with their venom). |

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The cows had lain down in their stalls; the wild beasts had unseen (venomous creatures) anointed me (with their venom).

retreated (to their lairs); the senses of men were at rest; when the

[Note : The unseen venomous creatures: these reptiles being most frequent at night or in the dark].

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Or they may be discovered (in the dark), as thieves in the (dusk of) seen by them; therefore, men, be very vigilant. |

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Yonder sky , (O serpents), is your father; Earth, your mother; Soma, your brother; Aditi, your sister; unseen all-seeing abide (in your own holes); enjoy (your own) good pleasure.

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Those (who move with their) shoulders, those (who move with their) bodies, those who sting with sharp fangs, those who are virulently us. venomous; what do you here, you unseen, depart together far from

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The all-seeing Sun rises in the east, the destroyer of the unseen, spirits.

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Aditya, the all-seeing, the destroyer of the unseen, (rises) for (the

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I deposit the poison in the solar orb, like a leather bottle in the house of a vendor of spirits; verily, that adorable (Sun) never dies; afar off, yet drawn by his coursers, he will overtake (the poison); the science of antidoes converted you, (Poison), to Madhu. nor, (through his favour), shall we die (of the venom); for, though

[Note : This and the following three hymns are on the visha vidya, madhu-vidya, science of ambrosia; madhu vidya was originally taught by Indra to Dadhyanch, who communicated it to the Aswins]. |

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That little insignifcant bird has swallowed your venom; she does not

die; nor shall we die; for, although afar off, yet drawn by his

coursers, (the Sun) will overtake (the poison); the science of antidotes has converted you, (Poison), to Madhu .

[Note : The insignificant bird: the female kapinjala, a type of partridge, which was known as a remover of poison, Visha Hartri]. |

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May the thrice-seven sparks (of Agni) consume the influence of the venom; they verily do not perish; nor shall we die; for, although afar science of antidotes has converted you, (Poison), to Madhu. off, the Sun, drawn by his coursers, will overtake the poison; the

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I recite the names of ninety and nine (rivers), the destroyers of poison; although afar off, (the Sun), drawn by his coursers, will (Poison), to Madhu. overtake the poison; the science of antidotes has converted you,

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May the thrice-seven peahens, the seven-sister rivers, carry off, (O Body), your poison, as maidens, with pitchers, carry away water.

[Note : Thrice-seven peahen: tri saptamayuryah, an allusion to the enmity between peafowl and snakes; 21 varities of mayuri or peahen; the seven rivers are those of heaven, or the branches of antidotes].

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May the insignificant mongoose (carry off) your venom, (Poison); if not, I will crush the vile (creature) with a stone; so may the poison depart (from my body) and go to distant regions.

[Note : The mongoose: kusumbako nakulah, the mongoose, whose hostility to the snake is proverbial]. |

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Hastening forth at the command (of Agastya), thus spoke the mongoose: the venom of the scorpion is innocuous; scorpion, your venom is innocuous.

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Here are some unique, easy to recite yet very powerful ancient sharpen and increase your

knowledge, writing, poetic and Oratory skills. These mantras are for the benefit of all, to increase their knowledge, as increase in knowledge is the gateway to happiness. Om kreem kreem kreem swaha ll This mantra has to be recited one hundred thousand times to attain siddhi.By reciting this mantra the mind becomes sharp and one gains in knowledge and intelligence. This mantra is useful for those seeking any type of knowledge. This is a mantra for increasing all round knowledge. ll...

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Om hreem kamini swaha ll This is a unique mantra to increase your Oratory skills. The benefits ll

of this mantra are noticeable in three months by reciting this mantra 13,000 times .One should continue reciting this mantra to make the effects long lasting even after the completion of three months.

Om aim hreem aim hreem dosh swaha ll This is a unique mantra which increases your writing and poetic skills. This mantra should be recited one hundred thousand times to attain siddhi.This should be done in 10 days by reciting this mantra 10,000 Tuesday as this makes it more effective. times daily. The recitation should commence on ll

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Hanuman Mantra - For Jobs, Promotions & Examinations. In this competitive world it is really difficult to get a job. But, it is even Hanuman mantra given below is highly beneficial to remove any possible obstacles that lie in one's path to success. Om shree vajradehaya ramabhakthaya vayuputhraya namosthuthe Chant the above mantra 11 times everyday in the morning. It is auspicious to start chanting on a Thursday. This mantra is very useful promotions and for removing evil eye. for students to pass examinations, employees to get harder to get a promotion or even maintain one's job. The

Dasha Hara is sanskrit word which means removal of ten bad (Attachment), Lobha (Greed), Mada (Over Pride),

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14. Om shuddhaya namaha

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16. Om bhutesaya namaha 17. Om mrudaya namaha 18. Om sarvaya namaha

19. Om sadashivaya namaha 20. Om bhavaya namaha 21. Om sarvajnaya namaha 22. Om bhimaya namaha 23. Om vasudevaya namaha

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