Tag: raja

  • Bhrukta Rahita Taraka Raja Yoga

    Bhrukta Rahita Taraka Raja Yoga

    Ancient Raja Yoga  The secret and the cause of creation are taught here in a simple manner to make one a wiseman, however ignorant or poor one may be; ways are being paved to give all wisdom during family life without discarding it, and to lead one to live without disease, and decay due to…

  • 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 Royal Path of the Initiation of Heart (20)

    The Royal Path of the Initiation of Heart (20)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The familiar concept of raja yoga means colloquially the royal unity and is identical with the form of spiritual practice considered to be the highest and most perfect path of development. Sufi tariqah simply means the path of purity or wisdom, because the concept of sufi comes from safa, which…

  • Mantra Yoga – The Power of Vibrations (17)

    Mantra Yoga – The Power of Vibrations (17)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next The ancient treatise „Yogatattva Upanishad” identifies four fundamental groups of yoga systems, which are useful in the Dark Age or Kali Yuga in which humanity currently is. The pattern of these four systems is so universal that all authentic spiritual schools will have to be constructed in a similar way,…

  • On Four Aspects of Practising Yoga (6)

    On Four Aspects of Practising Yoga (6)

    Previous ★★★ Index ★★★ Next Yoga, referred to as the process of stopping the thinking mind or the stream of psyche, as the exploration of one’s own self and independent transcending of one’s limitations until one attains the state of pure, translucent consciousness: this is a typical image conveyed by this first simple word. Aspects…