Nyasa can mean...
Consecration of parts of the body
To arouse consciousness in...
Imbuing with mantras.
It is a very old practice in Tantra. A variation of it has been used in modern times in Rotation of Consciousness pr
From Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
Sources of Translations used here~
Paul Reps ~ http://home.primusonline.com.au/peony/112_meditations.htm
Daniel Odier ~ http://www.danielodier.com/english/envijnana.php
Osho ~ http://www.meditationiseasy
Let your belly be soft. It will move gently as you do this.......
Breathe in for 7 seconds.
Breathe out for 11 seconds.
Sit in Nadanusandhasana, like so.
Roll up a doubled blanket to make a thick roll and sit on it, on your hunkers.
Make sure it is high enough and secure enough that you are steady. Fix it so that it is.
Place elbows on knees and
Swami Janakananda on Meditation….as opposed to hypnosis or positive thinking. This is an extract from his magazine called Bindu.
Source ~ http://www.yogameditation.com/Articles/Issues-of-Bindu/Bindu-6/Editorial
Good thoughts - evil thoughts
Listen at low volume with earphones to compensate for recording quality..
This is a fundamental meditation technique.
Normally in meditation we aim to forget the body.
But the mind is tricky and starts to feel discomfort or pain, restlessness or impatience ~ and these feelings manifest within the body. We find it har
Otherwise known as Yoga Nidra with Ajapa Japa
Extracts from http://www.yogamag.net/archives/2005/dapr05/orjap.shtml
The sadhana of ajapa japa is as old as the Upanishads. In some of the Yoga Upanishads such as Yogashiksha, you will fin
Trataka means ‘to gaze steadily’. It is a meditative technique common to most metaphysical systems, in various forms.
Concentration is the essence of Trataka – one-pointedness of the mind, the ability to hold one’s a