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  • What Is The Relationship Between Prana And Prana?

    rises above Manipura Chakra, liberation and Moksha can be attained. Sinful act refers to conflicts, desires, ambitions, passions, etc. From the yogic point of view, Samana relates to Sushumna Nadi, Pingala Nadi to Prana, Ida Nadi to Apana, the ascension of Kundalini to Udana. Udana is contained and flows in one Nadi – Sushumna. b. Consciousness Consciousness and Prana are two sides of the same coin. We have dealt in detail with this concept of Consciousness in the Introduction of this thesis. Suffice it to say that consciousness is the static aspect of prana and prana is the dynamic aspect of consciousness. Creation happens when…

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  • Undoing The Body Summary

    1. The first vital principle is; Undoing the Body. Undoing the Body talks about “relaxation”, and cleaning the body of the past. The tensions held from the past are held inside the joints and muscles, and over time the body accumulates the emotional and physical stress that is stored inside the joints. When the body does store negative energy over time, many people do not realize the feeling of tension. If wanting to get rid of this tension, you would want to start in whatever position you feel…

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  • Niyama In The Raja Yoga

    practice of yoga helps to keep the body fit. The physical fitness leads to reduction of physical stress. Asanas harmonize the human pranic ability and mental energy flow by clearing the blocks in the subtle body. Yogasanas gives more physical and mental stamina. 1.4.1.4. PRANAYAMA: (YOGIC BREATHING) The word Pranayama is a combination of two Sanskrit words ‘prana’ and ‘yama.’ The meaning is control or maintenance of prana. Pranayama controls the life force or prana. The ancient yogis of India…

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  • Sandhi Marma In Garbhopanishad

    Etymologically each letter of the word Marma has got specific meaning. Ma-means prana or vayu, Repha denotes house or seat. Therefore marma means seat of Prana or vayu. DEFINITION OF MARMA Acharya Sushruta has defined marma as the anatomical site where Mamsa, Sira, Snayu, Sandhi and Asthi meet together. Some experts are of the opinion that it does not mean that all the structures must be collectively present at the site.Prana dwells at these sites and so they are important.…

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  • The Chit's Involution Summary

    The reason is the effect of the continuous involution of the OM in the continuous births that reduced the potencies below thirty- six. In this as Praśana Upanishad has said the line of progeny is well maintained. Katha Upanishad Chapter -1, Canto-3, Verse -5 “the discriminating man will merge the organs of speech in to the mind ( One who does involution of OM in his mind) ; he will merge the mind in to the intelligent self; he will merge the intelligent self to the Great Soul; he will…

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  • Symbolism Of Vedic Culture

    love (prem) Ni Sookshma Money Yam Gyana Brilliance Bhar Bharga Defence(raksha) Go Gomti Intellect(buddhi) De Devika Suppression(daman) Va …

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  • The Muladhara Chakra In The Feminine Body

    Sādhaka in right action and more importantly, balance the all-consuming nature of Savikalpa-samādhi. For the Sādhaka to know his conscience is to have Faith. Sri Chakra Yantra or master diagram is regarded as the Supreme Yantra. Any other Yantras are but a part of the Sri Yantra; and can be found individually and collectively in the Sri Yantra. Awareness of Shakti is located at the midpoint between the Manipuri (Solar Plexus) Chakra and the Anahata (Heart Chakra). The diagram of the Sri Chakra…

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  • Pros And Disadvantages Of Suryanamaskar: The Sun Salutation

    your shoulders and extend your chest. Take a deep breath in, and release it after a while. It is the thought that counts, so when you release your breath, imagine releasing all your stress and troubles away from your body and eventually from your life. It activates the anahata chakra. Posture #2: (Hastauttanasana or the raised arm pose) Inhaling deeply stretch both your arms above your head. Keep your biceps close to your ears. Arch your back and stretch completely from your heels to the…

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  • Pranayama Essay

    practical yoga. In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna tells that one has to practice yoga to purify himself to Arjuna . He says people who are towards the process of breath be away to remain and they practice stopping the outgoing breath movement into the incoming and vice versa and thus remain in trance stopping all breathing. some others curtail their eating process ,offer the outgoing breath as sacrifice. this yoga for controlling the process of breathing is called pranayama . it was practiced in…

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  • Deep Breathing Exercise Research Paper

    a yogic way to keep your whole mind and body absolutely balanced and aligned. Ninety percent of you feel that you breathe in a correct way. But it is a wrong conception. Most of you take only a shallow breath. You never breathe it up to full into the lungs. Therefore you have to learn how to breathe properly if you have to live properly and the body to function at optimum. Now let us take step by step breathing. Abdomen breathing First start with hand mudra, keeping the hand as shown in the…

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