Tag: meditation

  • Candi Devi and esoteric sampradaya

    Candi Devi and esoteric sampradaya

    Candi Devi and Ćandi Sampradaya – Candi spiritual traditions  Candi, Ćandi, Candii Candee or Chandi – चण्डी trsl. Sanskrit: Caṇḍī or Chandika (Caṇḍīka) or Ran-Chandi is a ancient Hindu Goddess. Candi is the combined form of Lakshmi, Saraswati and Durga, the ferocious form of Parvati. She is said to be the most ferocious incarnation of…

  • SriVidya – Tantra Sadhana

    SriVidya – Tantra Sadhana

    Śri Vidya Tantra shortly Śrī Vidyā – also spelled „Shri” or „Shree” Vidyaa. विद्या (IAST: vidyā; and to see Sanskrit letters install Devanagari.ttf or Lohit.ttf script on Your computer!) is „knowledge, learning, lore, science”, is a Hindu Tantric religious system devoted to the Goddess as Lalitā Tripurasundarī („Beautiful Goddess of the Three Cities”), Bhuvaneśvari etc.…

  • LAYA YOGA: Kundalini Tantra – Mantra – Siddhi Meditations

    LAYA YOGA: Kundalini Tantra – Mantra – Siddhi Meditations

    LAYA YOGA SAMPRADAYA Laya yoga involves techniques of meditation that cause the energy or Prana to move in certain ways, to awaken the Kundalini, the coiled up energy at the base of the spine. Laya yoga channelizes the energy forces in the Kundalini instead of merely controlling the mind. It is important that the Kundalini is activated through performance of…

  • Authentic Yoga Tradition and Masters

    Authentic Yoga Tradition and Masters

    THE SCHOOLS OF YOGA WITHIN THE AUTHENTIC YOGA TRADITION Yoga is the most misunderstood word in the western world today, needs clear, indepth understanding of philosophy and practices that can be easily applied for human excellence. Authentic Yoga in Himalayan Tradition is a combination of different practices taken from Authentic Yoga Traditions and schools, designed…

  • Rāja Yoga – The Royal Yoga

    Rāja Yoga – The Royal Yoga

    Rāja Yoga – The Ancient Royal Yoga of Rishis  Rāja yoga – „royal yoga”, „royal union”, also known as classical yoga and aṣṭānga yoga) is concerned principally with the cultivation of the viewer’s (ṛṣih) mind using a succession of steps, such as meditation (dhyāna, dhyana) and contemplation (samādhi, samadhi). Its object is to further one’s…

  • The Ancient School of Yogis (38)

    The Ancient School of Yogis (38)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The term Himavanti is the feminine form of the word Himavant or Himavat, which is used firstly to describe the massif of the highest mountains in the world, the Himalayas, and secondly to define the Spirit of Wisdom of these mountains. It is understood that Himavat means the mountain range…

  • Trataka – Foundation of Focus (32)

    Trataka – Foundation of Focus (32)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Focusing, also called concentration, focusing attention or narrowing the field of consciousness, has its own special dimension of practical work in yoga. Mahavatar Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras calls the focusing of consciousness the term satkara. It refers to a state in which our whole mind is merged, absorbed in…

  • Establishing Inner Guidance (30)

    Establishing Inner Guidance (30)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Let’s try to go today to a real spiritual practice, thanks to which it will be possible to easily establish contact with the so-called Inner Voice. Our inner self, the voice of the heart, or if you prefer, the voice of silence, can begin to speak clearly and distinctly within…

  • Nine-Level Classic Laya Yoga (28)

    Nine-Level Classic Laya Yoga (28)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Essential Concepts Let’s try to look at laya yoga today in its traditional, classic approach, in a form that always invariably begins with practicing the principles of YAMAH and NIYAMAH. The term LAYA derives from the verb LAY, which means „to go”, „to move”. The word LAYAH carries such meanings…

  • Shirdi Sai Baba misterious cult – in the divine fakir’s footsteps

    Shirdi Sai Baba misterious cult – in the divine fakir’s footsteps

    Shirdi Sai Baba life, teachings and misterious cult Sai Baba of Shirdi (1835-1918) or Sai Natha of Śhirdi is the Symbol and Essence of all religions. No religion was ever intended to be anything more than the Gateway to God as Truth. Shirdi Sai (Sāī from persian Sa’ih, saint) is the Path and Goal in…

  • White Light Spiritual Meditations – Yoga Dhyana

    White Light Spiritual Meditations – Yoga Dhyana

    Dhi – White Light Meditations White Light meditation, Jyoti Dhyana, is a marvellous medium to work with and experience the power of meditation in your daily life. It can be easily developed into a daily meditation practice allowing you to become aware of your true nature as spirit and soul, atman. Through bringing others into…

  • TANTRA – Spiritual Mysticism of the East

    TANTRA – Spiritual Mysticism of the East

    TANTRA – SPIRITUAL MYSTICISM AND ESOTERICISM OF THE EAST Tantra was first systematized by Lord Shiva, also called Sadashiva, who was an enlightened yogi living in the Himalayas more than 7000 years ago. Tantra had its origin in India and South Asia. Tantra in its Káshmiirii and Gaud’iiya Schools did exist before Shiva, but in…

  • Laya Sadhana – Apprenticeship Leading to Prathyaya (12)

    Laya Sadhana – Apprenticeship Leading to Prathyaya (12)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next During our first practical lesson of yoga we will concentrate on daily practice for everyone, who wishes to develop closer relationship with the path of Laya. This material can be particularly important for those, who had already taken part in some courses or trainings of Laya yoga, tracked as a…

  • How to Develop Spiritual Practice (10)

    How to Develop Spiritual Practice (10)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next I would like to thank all those who suggested that I discuss this marvellous Topic. I hope that it will prove useful to all people who practise on the Path. Teachers continue to focus on the importance of constant practising. Let me quote a few points that are important, or…

  • Selected Aspects of Initiation (3)

    Selected Aspects of Initiation (3)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next What is the essence of the process of giving and receiving the initiation? What profundity is hidden in it? Undoubtedly it is a blessing, one that appears in four inter-related, or blended forms. Initiation is a blessing given by a spiritual leader (Hierophant), it is a blessing bestowed by the…