The Prana

Prana (Chi) – Life Energy

In the perspective of Yoga, prana is the primordial energy of the universe. Prana is dispersed through the entire material world. “Prana is both macrocosmic and microcosmic and is the substratum of all life. Prana or Chi is the universal energy or life force. It is the collective total of all energy in the universe,… Detail



3 Granthi in Kundalini Yoga

In Kundalini Yoga, it is said that there are three Granthi can be responsible for preventing prana from rising up through Sushumna Nadi. This Granthi three knots prevent one’s full potential from Kundalini rising energy. These three knots are Brahma Granthi, Vishnu Granthi and Rudra Granthi. They also relate to the Prakritis three Gunas (Tamas,… Detail



Purity

Meditation in daily life

Meditation is a movement into the whole of how we live, how we behave, whether we have fears, anxieties, sorrows; whether we are everlastingly pursuing pleasure; and whether we have built images about ourselves and about others. That is all part of our life, and in the understanding of that life and the various issues… Detail



Mind Balance

Attention in Meditation

It is very important to be familiar with the awakening factor of Investigation of experience. This means whatever arises, whether it is any of the Five Hindrances, an emotional state, or a physical feeling, our impersonally examine how this arose. How the process actually works is the most important thing to observe, and seeing it… Detail



Life Sloka | Loving Kindness

Loving-Kindness Meditation

Everyone who seeks peace and happiness, regardless of one’s religious background. With this universal tradition, we can practice the Meditation of Love and be a true blessing for ourselves and the environment. This practice of loving meditation has unlimited application in our daily lives. For example, love can be transmitted to ourselves, to family members,… Detail



Basic of Yoga | Life Sloka

Base of Yoga Implementation

We have reviewed the theoretical frameworks presented by two of the greatest yogis the world has known, Shankara (Incarnation of Shiva, Adi Yogi) and Maha Rsi Patanjali. These closely related classic approaches remain as the cornerstones of yoga philosophy. They are the principles through which the unmanifest becomes the manifest; through which spirit becomes the… Detail



Meditative Condition | Life Sloka

Importance of Attention in Meditation

Meditative attention is an art of acquired skill which brings clarity and an intelligence that sees the true nature of things. Among the variety of techniques in meditation, the art of attention is the common thread underpinning most schools of meditation. So, it can be appreciated that the essence of meditation practice is to be… Detail



Basic Awareness | Life Sloka

The Light of Yoga Knowledge

As with every fresh cycle man comes to an awareness of the All-pervading, he tries to dis-cover the means for realizing It. It was Hiranya garbha, we are told, who first taught yoga or the Divine Way, but it was his successors, Gaudapada and Patanjali, who developed it into a regular system. As we have… Detail