Yogasan is not only a physical exercise. It is a science, which
develops personality, leads a person to harmony, peace, concentration
and balance. It helps to practice meditation. Yoga is a group of
ancient spiritual practices originating in India. As a general term in
Hinduism it has been defined as referring to "technologies or
disciplines of asceticism and meditation which are thought to lead to
spiritual experience and profound understanding or insight into the
nature of existence."
Yoga is also intimately connected to the religious beliefs and
practices of the other Indian religions.
Outside India, Yoga is mostly associated with the practice of asanas
(postures) of Hatha Yoga or as a form of exercise, although it has
influenced the entire Indian religions family and other spiritual
practices throughout the world.
Major branches of Yoga include: Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga,
Bhakti Yoga, and Raja Yoga. Raja Yoga, known simply as Yoga in the
context of Hindu philosophy, is one of the six orthodox (āstika)
schools of thought, established by the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Pranayam is the advanced technique of stilling the breath. It helps to
achieve a calm, blissful and focused mind. It balances left and right
hemispheres and is important in preparation for meditation.
Kayotsarg is a tool for self-purification and realisation. It helps to
reduce physical, mental, emotional, intellectual stress and anxiety.
In this age of tension and stress, Kayotsarg leads to a happy,
peaceful and contented life.
Anupreksha is full concentration on a single ancient conception. This
is an efficient process of ascertaining the reality. Ancient
philosophers and seers used this tools extensively for realising the
Mantra Meditation is a powerful ancient practice. It affects the
chemistry of the body and mind. Mantra Meditation awakens
consciousness and enlightenment.
Preksha Meditation is a path of self-awakening and self realisation.
It helps to connect with you soul at its most profound level,
achieving a state of super consciousness and increased concentration.
The process of meditation puts you in touch with enlightenment, please
of mind and simple clarity.