Yoga, a discipline that is practiced by more than 3.4 million people in the U.S., is a gentle exercise that involves postures, breath exercises, and meditation, which improves the function and health of the nervous system.

    Yoga aims at improving health and fitness, relieving stress, and reducing anxiety.

    It is an excellent form of exercise for people who are suffering from back pain, hypertension, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity, depression, anxiety, insomnia, asthma, infertility, and many other diseases. It also helps in treating injuries and preventing injuries caused by falls. It provides relaxation in tense situations and also helps in relieving stress.

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    S1E5 - 5m - Jun 22, 2022

    I was working as a video producer for Google when I came into contact with a controversial religious sect known as the Fellowship of Friends, which is known to be extremely abusive, violent, and misogynistic. Because I was made aware of the dangerous cult within Google, I raised alarms about the Fellowship of Friends. Within Google, members of the cult were not only in control of the department, but were also the only people who were receiving the highest levels of support, pay, and promotions, and were also the only ones who could be fired. For this reason, I believe that I was fired because I was the only one to bring this cult to the attention of my superiors and the rest of the management team.

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    S1E4 - 16m - Jun 22, 2022
  • S1 E3 The World of ours is Trying to Ruin your Mood

    In the world we live in, everything is triggering negative, crude emotions. Social media, movies, TV, music- even advertising can all be incredibly harmful to our moods if we're not careful. A lot of times, these things are just trying to take us down a peg and make us feel crappy about ourselves.

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    S1E3 - 22m - Apr 7, 2022
  • S1 E2 The Pain Causes Incredibly Positive Results

    Growth often comes of deep suffering. Society and culture have changed immensely over the years because of breakthroughs in technology. With new technology comes new ways to treat pain, and people are finally able to live their lives without experiencing debilitating amounts of discomfort. This week's episode is particularly interesting because it covers some of the most groundbreaking pain-relieving technologies available today. From medications that block nerve impulses to devices that help patients with chronic pain manage their symptoms, there is a lot to learn about how society and culture are evolving in regards to pain management.

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    S1E2 - 21m - Apr 6, 2022

    When a person truly attains high levels of achievement, it is often surrounded by people who are "out of the ordinary". It is then that people outside the norm begin to look at the person who has achieved great things with new eyes.

    When it comes to achieving great things, there are a few things that are key. First and foremost, you need the motivation to get started. Secondly, you need people around you who can push you in the right direction. And finally, if you want to achieve greatness, you oftentimes have to do things that are "out of the ordinary." These three factors are what make people truly exceptional in their fields. For example, when Bill Gates achieved his first billion dollars' worth of wealth, he was surrounded by people who were also out of the ordinary. They included people like Steve Jobs and Richard Branson who were both incredibly innovative and accomplished. This is why it's so important to surround yourself with people who can inspire and motivate you to reach your goals.

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    S1E1 - 25m - Apr 5, 2022
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