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Sahaja yoga :

To cure patients is very simple. If a tree is sick and if you try to cure the leaves, then it will not work. If you become subtle and cure the roots, then it will work out. If we can get to the roots, then we nurture their centers and achieve the balance that would make every thing so wonderful, through the connection with the energy called 'kundalini' .

Latest Scientific experiments prove that regular Sahaja Yoga meditation can prevent various physical and mental disorders  e.g.: hypertension, angina, heart attack, bronchial asthma, epilepsy, aplastic anemia and hemiplegia, leukemia, cancer, diabetes, spondylites, depression, anxiety and neurosis and migraine.

All the problems of the human beings are because of their chakras. Some how if you can cure these chakras or put them right, all our problems can be solved.

Asthma has been cured through Sahaja Yoga very easily. All liver patients are getting rid of diseases through the regular meditation. Mainly diabetes is caused due to too much thinking. Sahaja yoga helps diabetics patients to  achieve the balance.

 

For one and all

Besides the above common diseases, Sahaja Yoga has been very successfully employed for considerable improvements in curing many types of cancers, heart disease, epilepsy & psychosomatic diseases. Many personal experiences of its practitioners have shown that Sahaja yoga meditation leads to a highly positive mental and physical state. It has also been associated with many so-called ‘miraculous' cures, but the only miracle has been the activation of the Kundalini energy – the divine mother, in the individual and his/her complete faith in it & Sahaja Yoga. It is ultimately the work of the Kundalini energy that nourishes and heals the energy centers in the body and awakens the super-consciousness of the individual. The positive psychological platform that is sustained with Sahaja Yoga practice leads to strengthening of moral values, which is also useful in combating AIDS.

 

Yoga Nidra:

 

 

 

 

ANYONE CAN DO YOGA NIDRA

Intense vinyasa flows and long asana holds are not for everyone. Yoga nidra, however, is a practice that everyone, from children to seniors, can do. It's easy to follow at any age. All that your body needs to do is lie down on the floor. And even if you can't lie down on the floor, you can still do this practice seated.

 

Yoga nidra ... is a practice that everyone, from children to seniors, can do.

2. You Cannot Practice Yoga Nidra Incorrectly

As you lie down, supported in savasana, all you have to do is follow the voice that is guiding you. It's likely that you will remember certain parts of the meditation and not others. Every time you come to the practice you encounter a new experience—none of which is wrong. Falling asleep is okay too, as you will still receive benefits while the unconscious mind is absorbing the practice.

3. Yoga Nidra Is Easy to Incorporate into Your Daily Life

Seated meditation can be frustrating—trying to clear the mind, bring awareness back to the breath, or find inspiration for focusing. Yoga nidra is always guided, so there is no intense thinking or wondering why you are staring at a blank wall. A yoga nidra practice can be as short as five minutes and as long as an hour. You choose the length. You may find that the easiest way to accommodate a yoga nidra practice is to make it part of your daily bedtime routine. Put the headphones on, practice right in your bed, and then drift off to sleep. Although this is not the most conventional way to practice yoga nidra, you have no excuse not to do it if you're going to be lying down anyway.

4. It's a Simple Way to Reduce Stress

Yoga nidra promotes deep rest and relaxation that isn’t found in your average meditation practice. The stages of body scan and breath awareness alone can be practiced to calm the nervous system, leading to less stress and better health.

5. Yoga Nidra Offers the Opportunity to Learn About Yourself Intimately

Some people crave the profound relaxation that this practice instills, while other practitioners use the non-judgmental and secure atmosphere that yoga nidra provides as a window into themselves. Yoga nidra offers a space to explore what you need in the moment, as well as an opportunity to work on releasing long-held emotions. During yoga nidra you are able to experience an emotion and come “face to face” with what you want to overcome, without "diving into it" completely—meaning without feeling the emotion so completely that you become overwhelmed. Over time you continue to experience the emotion and associated feelings, moving deeper into the practice.

 

 

Kriya Yoga:

According to Lahiri Mahasaya, Kriya yoga is learned via Guru-disciple relationship. As per yogananda, “The Kriya yogi mentally directs his life energy to revolve, upward and downward, around the six spinal centres – medullary, cervical, dorsal, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal plexuses. These centres belong to the twelve astral signs of the zodiac, the symbolic CosmicMan.

The Kriya Yoga branch of Yoga is known as the amalgamation of Bhakti, Jnana and Karma yoga, can be traced back to more than 3000 years. Its practice requires complete dedication to God and following a daily routine self-disciplining of the body and the mind. It also believes in the existence of inner and outer dimensions of the mind. Jnana yoga frees the mind from all restraints and develops intellect.

Today, people who don’t have enough time to join a regular class can choose from various online yoga sites. These sites allow people to practice anytime depending on their work schedule and other various issues. They use high-definition video to enable the individual to learn all the important aspects of Kriya yoga. With the increasing popularity of these yoga sites, many people are joining these Kriya yoga online classes regularly.

Kriya yoga is based on Kundalini yoga and includes similar poses and meditation methods. Generally, Kriya adds some spiritual and mysterious guidelines. It is always good to take the learning from an experienced yoga guru. He will be able to choose the best form of yoga depending upon your health status. By regularly practicing these Kriya yoga poses online, one can achieve the state of self-consciousness and self-realization.

Surya Namaskar:

Surya namaskar or sun salutation is a gesture of showing gratitude to the sun. It is a set of 12 yoga asanas which bring your body, breath and mind together. When performed in the morning, it revitalises your body and refreshes your mind, leaves you feeling energetic throughout the course of the day. The postures can help you unwind when you perform them in the evening. Well-known yoga expert Sunaina Rekhi says, ‘the cyclic movements of surya namaskar with its controlled breathing, back bends, forward bends, invigorating and calming postures, offers many health benefits.’

1. Helps lose weight

Sunaina says, ‘when done at a fast pace, Surya Namaskar can give you an excellent cardiovascular workout helping you to lose weight.’ The postures will help stretch your abdominal muscles while helping you shed pounds around your belly. The movements will also help in improving your metabolism. You may also want to knowif you can practise surya namaskar with a back pain. Here are some more asanas for weight loss.

2. Helps strengthen muscles and joints

Surya Namaskar offers you a good way to stretch and strengthen your muscles, joints, ligament, as well as the skeletal system. The movements can also help improve the flexibility of your spine. When you perform the postures, your limbs become symmetrical helping your internal vital organs to function better.

3. Gives glowing skin

Surya namaskar improves your blood circulation that aids in bringing back the glow on your face; preventing the onset of wrinkles, making your skin look ageless and radiant. Here are some poses that can make your skin beautiful.

4. Ensures a better functioning digestive system

The sun salutation will help in the smooth running of your digestive system.  These yoga poses will help increase the blood flow to your digestive tract resulting in better functioning of the intestines. The forward bend pose will help increase your abdomen space which will aid in releasing the trapped gases from your system. Here are more poses that can help improve your digestion.

5. Helps cope with insomnia

You can improve your sleeping patterns by the practise of surya namaskar. The asanas will help calm your mind, giving you a good night’s sleep. This will ensure that you do not resort to drugs to give you a restful sleep. Here are some more hidden health benefits of surya namaskar. 

6. Ensures regular menstrual cycle

Surya Namaskar can also be beneficial for women who are suffering from irregular menstrual cycles as it helps regulate it. Regular practice of the movements can also help in easy childbirth.

7. Brings down blood sugar levels

According to our expert, the movements of the sun salutation also aid in bringing down your blood sugar levels and help keep heart diseases at bay.

8. Keeps anxiety at bay

It helps improve your memory and nervous system and also helps calm you down and get rid of anxiety. It normalizes the activity of the endocrine glands, especially the thyroid gland.

9. Helps detox

Due to the active inhalation and exhalation process, the lungs are thoroughly ventilated and the blood remains oxygenated. This also helps in detoxifying one’s body by getting rid of carbon dioxide and other toxic gases. Here is how you can perform surya namaskar the right way.

 


BENEFITS OF PRAN MUDRA

Prana mudra is useful to overcome the conditions given below;

  •  Chronic fatigue
  • General debility
  • Low endurance
  • Impaired immunity
  • Mental tension
  • Anger
  • Irritability
  • Jealousness
  • Pride
  • Impatience
  • Usual sense of time urgency 
  •  Forgetfulness.
  • Intolerance of heat
  • Stress, and noise
  • Ailments which get worse in summer
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Hyperthyroidism (weight –loss despite having good appetite)
  • Inflammatory disorders (diseases ending with ‘it is’) 
  • Sleeplessness; light disturbed sleep
  •  High blood pressure
  • Atherosclerosis(hardening and narrowing of arteries)
  •  Burning in the mouth, throat, stomach
  • Aphthous ulcers
  • Acidity
  • Ulcerative colitis, Loose
  •  Bloody stools
  • Dysentery
  • Scanty, burning urination
  • Excessive, foul-smelling perspiration
  • Excessive, painful menses
  •  Red-hot joints
  •  Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Instability of joints
  • Burning, red, dry eyes; cataract
  • Dry, red, hot, aging, skin; skin-rashes
  • Urticaria
  • Leprosy
  • Dry, sparse, gray hair,
  • Jaundice
  • Premature aging,
    disorders caused by a deficiency of earth and water elements within the body.

DURATION FOR  PRAN MUDRA PRACTICE

Thirty to Forty-five minutes of regular practice is enough to get a good result.You can practice it at any time or any position but in the morning hours is the best time and you may take breaks in between the forty-five minutes practice.

 

 

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