What is AMAYE?

Ananda Marga Association of Yoga Educators (AMAYE) is a global community of Ananda Marga Yoga educators around the world who wish to share knowledge, research and insights with each other to better share the beauty of Ananda Marga Tantra Yoga with our communities and society at large.

To join us in exciting movement, please give us your details by filling out this form, so we can learn about you and your work, and add you to our mailing list.

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  • What are we eating and drinking?

    We are living in chemical world, from melamin, aspartame, glutamate, etc. Not only water is not pure from hormone or other chemicals. We as vegetarian love to eat soy product like tofu and soymilk, but studies found soy (esp. if non-fermented) has many significant problem …

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  • Rational Fasting

    Public Fasting Activates the Youthing Gene Fasting, particularly Spiritual Fasting, diminishes the physical stresses of excess food, emotional stresses, psychological stresses, spiritual stresses, and environmental stresses, all of which are optimal for activating the youthing genes. Fasting is an accelerated form of calorie restriction. Gabriel …

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  • The Science of Raw and Cooked Veggies

    Fact or Fiction: Raw veggies are healthier than cooked ones ? Do vegetables lose their nutritional value when heated? By Sushma Subramanian Cooking is crucial to our diets. It helps us digest food without expending huge amounts of energy. It softens food, such as cellulose …

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  • Research on Fluoride and Pineal Gland

    Worth reading, especially if you’re working on meditation and opening your third eye/pineal gland, read this research article: “The effect of Fluoride on the Physiology of the Pineal Gland.” http://www.fluoridealert.org/health/pineal/luke-1997.html

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  • Usefulness of Meditation for Military Care Providers

    Center for Contemplative Mind in Society reports that more than 20 years of empirical studies offers strong evidence that meditative and contemplative practices can aid in relieving the acute symptoms of fatigue and burnout, including depression and anxiety, and physiological symptoms such as insomnia and …

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