Why we suffer and lost into unconsciousness

Why we suffer and lost into unconsciousness? What is the way? Life begins in unconsciousness Are we conscious when we are born? We can tell now that we were unconscious at the time of birth. The very evolution, I mean, physical evolution is unconscious process by the nature (consciousness force). But at the time of […]

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Perennial Philosophy of Yoga for Modern Man

Yoga begins the moment human beings wills to break the reign of unconsciousness, ignorance, and falsehood and aspires for excellence in life. There should be zeal to practice and incorporate yoga in life and as a “way of life”. Tantra yoga says,” when you are eaten up by the zeal to practice yoga, you reach […]

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Origin of Yoga and its journey to America

Yoga represents a philosophy comprehensive enough to embrace the whole of knowledge, everything that was, is, and must be. Yoga is the master of all sciences. By integrating the material and transcendental divine, yoga enables one to lead a balanced life with the optimum level of physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. Yoga is also the […]

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Knowing thyself is awakening-topics

Series knowing thyself is awakening 1. Knowing thyself is awakening -1 Personality vs. Existence 2. Knowing thyself is awakening -2 why should we evolve consciously 3. Knowing thyself is awakening -3 Exploring the Inner space for awakening ( add all five layers) 4. Knowing thyself is awakening -4 why should we evolve consciously 5. Knowing […]

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Asana 1.2 – awakening to physical consciousness – Siddhasana

Importance of name: The “siddha” means perfect or perfection. Here perfection refers to a state of individual consciousness that is merged in the highest state of consciousness also known as ultimate reality. The practice of Siddhasana brings self-perfection i.e. self-realization. Scriptural references: There is no asana like the Siddhasana and no Kumbhaka (generally means retention […]

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awakening to physical consciousness – Siddhasana

Importance of name: The “siddha” means perfect or perfection. Here perfection refers to a state of individual consciousness that is merged in the highest state of consciousness also known as ultimate reality. The practice of Siddhasana brings self-perfection i.e. self-realization. Scriptural references: There is no asana like the Siddhasana and no Kumbhaka (generally means retention […]

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The awakening of physical consciousness

Asana: Introduction: Asana is one of the most important limbs of Classical Hatha Yoga. In Raja Yoga, asana refers to the sitting meditative posture used for the higher stages of Raja Yoga i.e.) Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi. Asana is a specific body position, which helps to open the energy channels (nadis), the psychic energy […]

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