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India is the mother of spiritual practices in the world. If you really want to spend some time in India and have an experience of the culture and its spiritual wisdom, you should visit spiritual centers throughout India. You will definitely come across some of the most distinguished spiritual gurus, yoga gurus and ashrams in India. It is believed that if you would really want to find a Guru for your lightening, the road will lead you to your master.

Guru: gu” meaning darkness” and “ru” meaning removing it then, Guru is the one who brings light to darkness and removes ignorance.
Yoga is a world famous and very old Indian practice, almost dating back to 2500 BC, maybe even earlier and it is a system of exercises practiced as part of the Hindu discipline to promote control of the whole body and mind. Yoga takes advantage of stretching postures, breathing, and meditation techniques to calm the emotional state and the mind, and tone the body.

Meditation is a relaxation technique which increases mental awareness through focusing on the breath, an object, a word, a silent prayer or a Mantra. Meditation is fundamental to religion and one cannot be without the other, therefore it is as old as the history of religion. It achieves a state of profound relaxation, inner harmony. Meditation which is practiced by all major world religions is often described as an essential discipline for spiritual growth. When your mind is peaceful and happy, meditation is possible. It gives you more and more peace and happiness and the realization of the Self.
Ashram is a Hindu term for a spiritual center or retreat where disciples of a Guru (Master of Metaphysics who teaches students how to attain their optimal spiritual level) spend their time meditating and studying spiritual teachings.
Yoga & Meditation - Taj Mahal India
Yoga & Meditation - Taj Mahal India
India is the birthplace of Yoga and the spiritual home of the World’s most famous meditation traditions. If you are searching for an Ashram and a Guru in India, you really need to keep your eyes open as nowadays it is a popular touristic income as well. So the price, the teacher at the classes at the ashram, location and housing are the key points to look at when choosing an Ashram in India.
Ashrams are usually supposed to charge small amounts of money for accommodation and food and you may also work voluntary there. In India some places are just for tourism such as Himalayas (Dharmasala, Rishikesh, etc.) so if you want to find the real yoga look outside of the tourist map. But do not dismay, in India there are many ashrams that still teach the real essence of yoga and traditional spirituality.

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