You Will Get :
7 Asana (Exercise Poses)
4 Breathing exercises
1 Meditation technique with full practice instructions
“Chakrayoga Meditation” is a unique series of videos, complete with appropriate chants and hand gestures (Hasta Mudras), collated by our experienced and highly qualified yoga trainer, Aninda Das. Full authenticity and accuracy has been maintained and you will find explanation of every aspect of detailed videos given in the program.
The basic concepts of the seven Chakras require a mature understanding of metaphysical principles. All attempts have been made here to explain the so far known facts and implications, which modern science is keen to affirm. If you wish to improve your general physical and mental condition, and broaden your knowledge from a holistic point of view, to lead a meaningful life, consisting of all three aspects – body, soul and mind, then this program will undoubtedly give you the essential basis to build upon.
The word Meditation often elicits images too foreign and far removed from daily life. You may have preconceived cultural or spiritual notions about what meditation entails. While meditation in all its forms do have its root in certain physical and spiritual practices, it is increasingly being recommended by Western medical professionals, as research is bringing to light the multiple health benefits of regularly engaging in these forms of focussed relaxation, regardless whether you choose to meditate for spiritual reasons or physical and mental health.
Our “I” or me centric life is the main barrier to our intellectual development. May be you are lucky to be rich and good looking, or have a good job, good car, good connection, yet do not engage your mind in self cherishing. Instead of clinging to your destructive false ego, enlighten your intellect to make space for others in this awesome wide world.
Meditation gives deep rest to the mind and facilitates to connect to an inner source of energy. After meditation the mind becomes calm, concentration is sharp, clarity of perception is increased. All this brings about an unshakable inner strength, resulting in a vast improvement of communication skills and perks up all round talent.
Meditation is intertwined with yoga. Yoga is not just any odd posture or movement. For thousands of years the Yogis have systematically and logically tried and tested and then declared the few yoga postures and movements that can prepare your mind to slip into meditation with the least effort.
The yoga postures or asanas are practiced to improve one’s health condition, to facilitate strength and stamina to sit comfortably in one posture for an extended period, which is necessary for meditation. Developing body strength enables one to control the mind and energy as well. Yogasanas or the exercise postures are the tools for self discovery and higher awareness, needed for a stable foundation necessary to explore the breath, mind, body and higher experiences. Thus physical exercise, in the form of yogasana are the first step of yoga practice. According to the philosophy of yoga, body is the gross form of mind or consciousness. Practice of yoga integrates the two.
It is believed that there are seven chakras or centres of subtle life force. In Chakra meditation full instruction is given to guide the flow of prana or subtle energy from one chakra to the other. This meditation is sound based, where a sound vibration is used in a specific way to give you complete relaxation and also keeps you alert. It helps the mind to stay in the present moment and lets go all stress and tension.
Yoga signifies union, a connection between the individual and the universal self. Human mind always longed for something beyond his own body and mind. It was obvious that an individual existence consists of a physical reality and an undeniable mental or spiritual reality. In an effort to break the barrier between the two, chakra system evolved. The bio energetic ladder of the seven chakras will take you to the inner depth of life. Study of chakras is a study of the architecture of the soul.
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