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VIGYAN BHAIRAV TANTRA: The Encyclopedia of Meditation Techniques
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VIGYAN BHAIRAV TANTRA: The Encyclopedia of Meditation Techniques

VIGYAN BHAIRAV TANTRA: The Encyclopedia of Meditation Techniques Vigyan Bhairav Tantra is considered as the most ancient yogic text on meditation techniques given by Adiyogi Shiva. This yogic text contains 112 meditation practices which is the outcome of answers to the various questions asked by the Hindu goddess Devi Parvati regarding the quest for the...

CHAKRA MEDITATION:  Meditation Practices on Psycho-Spiritual Energy Centers
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CHAKRA MEDITATION: Meditation Practices on Psycho-Spiritual Energy Centers

CHAKRA MEDITATION: Meditation Practices on Psycho-Spiritual Energy Centers Chakras are the psycho-spiritual energy centers considered as the vehicle to experience the subtle bodies of human consciousness. These are the major energy centers or energy pools  of the Pranamaya Kosha (the energy body) carrying higher qualities of human life. They hold distinct spiritual qualities and values...

Ujjayi Pranayama: The Victorious Breathing Practice
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Ujjayi Pranayama: The Victorious Breathing Practice

Ujjayi Pranayama: The Victorious Breathing Practice Ujjayi Pranayama is one of the easiest and has the fewest restrictions, out of 8 main popular pranayama practices. It is a great preparatory practice to apply at the beginning of any asana or other advanced pranayama practices. The practice of Ujjayi pranayama is so simple that it can...

Annapana Sati Meditation: A Powerful Mindfulness Meditation Practice for Breath Awareness
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Annapana Sati Meditation: A Powerful Mindfulness Meditation Practice for Breath Awareness

Anapana Sati is a simple yet incredibly beneficial mindfulness meditation practice based on breath awareness. This method has been developed by Gautam Buddha as an important tool for concentration and meditation. In the ancient Indian language, Pali, the word “ānāpāna” refers to the incoming and outgoing breath and “Sati” means mindfulness. Hence, “Anapana Sati” means ‘Mindfulness of the...

The Importance of Pranayama in Yogic Practices
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The Importance of Pranayama in Yogic Practices

The Importance of Pranayama in Yogic Practices “Tatah Kshiyate Prakasha Avaranam”- Patanjali “Breathing practices bring true understanding and knowledge into life by destroying all the impurities of mind.” – Patanjali Breathing is the very first and very last act of life. The act of breathing is so simple, so obvious that we normally take it for...

BENEFITS OF PRANAYAMA
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BENEFITS OF PRANAYAMA

BENEFITS OF PRANAYAMA Breathing is the first and last act of our life. With Breath in we become alive and with Breath out we become dead.  It is so simple and so obvious that normally we take it for granted. This is the Breathing that holds the very fabric of life and key to our...

TYPES OF YOGA
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TYPES OF YOGA

TYPES OF YOGA Since ancient time to the modern age, yoga has been as pure science which observes deeply into consciousness to find out the truth of inner. The modern scientist finds out the truth of the matter by dividing and analyzing it whereas the yogi finds the truth of consciousness through union and synthesis....