Posted By Ramesh. Swadharma literally means our very own dharma , or what is right for us. Swadharma may be roughly translated as sacred duty. There are certain principles that are almost universal, but there are some variations that apply to individuals because of the unique situation in which they are placed. For example, in general it is wrong to kill, but not so for a soldier in the battlefield because killing in that situation is his swadharma. That is what Krishna tells Arjuna when he hesitates to fight in the battle of Kurukshetra.
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Posted By Ramesh. Yama is … any self-discipline by which the rajasic egoism and its passions and desires in the human being are conquered and quieted into perfect cessation. The first of the eight limbs of the ashtanga is yama.
Ramesh Bijlani is a medical doctor, educationist, writer, inspirational speaker, teacher, scientist, and above all a person committed to using his unique blend of talents for touching the hearts and lives of his fellow beings. In he started going into the depths of yoga, specially the integral yoga of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. His personal and professional life converged in the year when he initiated at AIIMS a patient care facility for providing lifestyle modification courses based on yoga in tune with the latest developments in mind-body medicine. In the year , he took voluntary retirement from AIIMS to find more time for putting his blessings as a communicator to better use.