Astang yog

Astang yog

Astang yog

1) Yama

Means principles or moral code. The basis on which senses and Mind are kept free from Violence, Sadness, fear and the focus is on inner soul it is called Yam. Yam has 5 steps a)Ahimsa b) Satya c) Asthey d) Bramacharya e) Aparigraha

2) Niyama

Means personal disciplines. The basis on rule by which one focuses on desired goals and achieves them. Niyam has 5 rules a) Shouch (Purity) b) Santosh(Contentment) c) Tap(Tenacious approach) d) Swadhyay(Self study) e) EshwarPranidhan(To surrender one self to God)

3)Aasan

Means Body postures. In today’s world, problems like back pain, joint aches, neck pain, cervical spondylitis and weight gain are some of the problems we face because of wrong body postures. Aasanas are the solution for all physical ailments.

4) Pranayam

Mastering control on breath (inhale / exhale) is called Pranayam. Pranayam purifies our subconscious mind resulting in reduction of stress, anger, fear, agitation, and stomach ailments like gas, acidity and pain etc.

5) Pratyahar

Means control on 5 senses -Shabdh(tongue), Sparsh(skin), Roop(eyes), Ras(ear), Gandh(nose) and focus on one’s goal.

6) Dharna

Means concentrating on Nabhi Chakra, Ajna Chakra, Bramharandhra and NaakkeDwar. Dharana is the process of focusing on achieving our goals once we’ve learned to follow Pratyahar.

7)Dhyan

Means concentration which is required at each and every stage of our life. We repeatedly use this word many times a day . Dhyan is very essential to succeed in life.

8) Samadhi

Means salvation. Once an individual is free from the cycle of rebirth , the soul unites with the Almighty. To attain Samadhi, its essential to follow the above seven steps. Actually samadhi is a state of mind where there are no thoughts.

 

2) Niyama

Means personal disciplines. The basis on rule by which one focuses on desired goals and achieves them. Niyam has 5 rules a) Shouch (Purity) b) Santosh(Contentment) c) Tap(Tenacious approach) d) Swadhyay(Self study) e) EshwarPranidhan(To surrender one self to God)

 

3)Aasan

Means Body postures. In today’s world, problems like back pain, joint aches, neck pain, cervical spondylitis and weight gain are some of the problems we face because of wrong body postures. Aasanas are the solution for all physical ailments.

 

4) Pranayam

Mastering control on breath (inhale / exhale) is called Pranayam. Pranayam purifies our subconscious mind resulting in reduction of stress, anger, fear, agitation, and stomach ailments like gas, acidity and pain etc.

 

5) Pratyahar

Means control on 5 senses -Shabdh(tongue), Sparsh(skin), Roop(eyes), Ras(ear), Gandh(nose) and focus on one’s goal.

 

6) Dharna

Means concentrating on Nabhi Chakra, Ajna Chakra, Bramharandhra and NaakkeDwar. Dharana is the process of focusing on achieving our goals once we’ve learned to follow Pratyahar.

 

7)Dhyan

Means concentration which is required at each and every stage of our life. We repeatedly use this word many times a day . Dhyan is very essential to succeed in life.

 

8) Samadhi

Means salvation. Once an individual is free from the cycle of rebirth , the soul unites with the Almighty. To attain Samadhi, its essential to follow the above seven steps. Actually samadhi is a state of mind where there are no thoughts.

 

1) Yama

Means principles or moral code. The basis on which senses and Mind are kept free from Violence, Sadness, fear and the focus is on inner soul it is called Yam. Yam has 5 steps a)Ahimsa b) Satya c) Asthey d) Bramacharya e) Aparigraha

 

2) Niyama

Means personal disciplines. The basis on rule by which one focuses on desired goals and achieves them. Niyam has 5 rules a) Shouch (Purity) b) Santosh(Contentment) c) Tap(Tenacious approach) d) Swadhyay(Self study) e) EshwarPranidhan(To surrender one self to God)

 

3)Aasan

Means Body postures. In today’s world, problems like back pain, joint aches, neck pain, cervical spondylitis and weight gain are some of the problems we face because of wrong body postures. Aasanas are the solution for all physical ailments.

 

4) Pranayam

Mastering control on breath (inhale / exhale) is called Pranayam. Pranayam purifies our subconscious mind resulting in reduction of stress, anger, fear, agitation, and stomach ailments like gas, acidity and pain etc.

 

5) Pratyahar

Means control on 5 senses -Shabdh(tongue), Sparsh(skin), Roop(eyes), Ras(ear), Gandh(nose) and focus on one’s goal.

 

6) Dharna

Means concentrating on Nabhi Chakra, Ajna Chakra, Bramharandhra and NaakkeDwar. Dharana is the process of focusing on achieving our goals once we’ve learned to follow Pratyahar.

 

7)Dhyan

Means concentration which is required at each and every stage of our life. We repeatedly use this word many times a day . Dhyan is very essential to succeed in life.

8) Samadhi

Means salvation. Once an individual is free from the cycle of rebirth , the soul unites with the Almighty. To attain Samadhi, its essential to follow the above seven steps. Actually samadhi is a state of mind where there are no thoughts.

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In this workshop we work on body and mind. Here we practice different Yogic shuddhkriyas such as Jalneti, Rubber Neti, Vaman Dauti, Prandhara, Shankhprakshalana, Asanas, Pranayama etc. Through these kriyas we remove all toxin, from our body that was there for long years. During these programs one undergoes a complete cleansing process of one’s body like a vehicle which after servicing appears like a new branded one. Along with this, the learners are taught the power of 7 Chakras in Human life. Meditation is also taught where the learners learn the technique of Chakra Healing. After completing three days training people experience rebirth. It has been observed that during these 3 days people have reduced their weights from 3 kgs to 5 kgs.