The New Consciousness
Dr. Swami Vivekananda Saraswati
MB, BS (Syd), MANZGP, DPM ...
Samadhi : contemplation Super Consciousness
Samadhi : contemplation Super Consciousness ...
Consciousness in its true nature: When the primary elements (gunas) involve, or resolve themselves back into that out of which they emerged, there comes liberation, wherein the power of pure consciousness (purusha) becomes established in its true nature. (4.34) ...
The six internal sense bases are the eye, ear,
nose, tongue, body & mind.
The six external sense bases are visible forms,
sound, odor, flavors, touch & mental objects.
Sense-specific consciousness arises dependent
on an internal & an external sense base.
Consciousness is perpetual. Consciousness is, even in between thoughts! It is there all the time, and is totally unaffected by what you do. No matter where your attention is focused, the consciousness inside is totally unaffected.
Unconsciousness is Dangerous
Periodically we get asked if the practice of Kundalini yoga is dangerous. First, many of the people who advance this opinion are not talking about Kundalini Yoga.
Now let's explore Virabhadrasana I. It's more difficult than Salabhasana-and more complex, because it is asymmetrical-but it also involves many of the same actions.
Krishna-~: the knowing of K r i s h n a or the condition in which one is aware of Him, knows Him, meditates on Him, works for Him, proclaims His glories etc.
~ which comprises mind, intellect
Movement of the ~ ...
~ - the state of being conscious; awareness of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc.
Dristhi - gazing point
Japa - continuous chanting/repetition of a mantra ...
It refers to I-~. It is subtler than the mind and is the witness of everything.
Moral duty that is in line with universal flow. It is guided by intuition.
The luminous, self-aware, and creative Reality that is the essential Self of all that exists; a name for God, the Absolute, the supreme Truth. See also SELF.
The intelligent, supremely independent, divine Energy, which creates, pervades, and supports the entire universe.
DAKSHIN KASHI: ...
~; unmanifest aspect of ~ and energy
~, Thoughts, Emotions, Perceptions, Memory, Intelligence and Judgment.
The Condition Of Mind
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~ gets diffused through the distractive intellect and creates the perception of multiplicity.
Forms float in Truth, even as bubbles in the ocean. They cannot exist apart from the Ocean of Truth.
the ~ which allows growth to take place; the one unchanging reality
discerning discriminating aspect of mind; from the route "bodh" meaning to be aware of, to know; intellect.
Our ~ canter at the third eye -- the ajna chakra
From foot to crown (sahasrara) as upon earth as in heaven- Mother earth and Father sky
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When ~ desires expression as an organism, it needs tools to control and work with the physical body. This is illustrated by the idea of Shiva and Shakti as a playing couple. Shiva represents the devine lover and Shakti represents the energy and the beloved. She wants to play a game.
Cit ("~") - the superconscious ultimate Reality (see âtman, brahman)
Citta ("that which is conscious") - ordinary ~, the mind, as opposed to cit
Cosmic ~ exists as pure energy vibrating in space. Known as Sakti in its diversity, this power becomes maya - usually interpreted as "illusion" - when we forget that the Light is present, only covered by the clouds of our emotions and ignorance.
Divine ~, which is the essential nature of each human being.
As your ~ continues to move in your third eye, pastel colors begin to appear in your forehead. Sumptuous, glorious pinks, yellows, whites, blues, indigos, greens, and purples take their turn or play in combination in your forehead.
supreme ~, absolute reality, God, divinity.
finding fullness of "God ~" residing in one's own nature.
acitti un~; the non-perceiving principle in our ~.
acyuta [not-fallen, firm, solid], unperturbed, unmoved.
man; pure ~
purpose of the ~, of man's existence- the four basic needs or desires, arth, kaama, dharma, moksha ...
Chakras"Spiritual centres in Sushumna Nadi.
Chandra-Nadi"Moon-flow; another name for Ida.
CHITTA - ~, the substratum of thinking, mind-stuff
- CHITTA VRITTI - thought wave
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CHAITANYA: Pure ~.
CHAKRAS: Centres of energy in the human system.
CHANDOGYA: Name of an Upanishad.
CHIRANJIVI: One who has gained eternal life.
CHITTA: Subconscious mind.
Brahman is both ~ and power (shakti). This sakti operates in many ways, including the power or creation. One such power is the veiling power which veils the spiritual truth of the oneness of ~.
Complete spiritual ~ or samadhi.
Despite its philosophical underpinnings, yoga is primarily a pragmatic discipline. It shares some elements with Hinduism but it is not a religion. And though it supports many of the suppositions of humanistic psychology, it is not a branch of psychology.
Prameya - cognitive ~
Prana kundalini - a stage in the experience of the rise of kundalini when one feels a "throbbing joy"
Pranaharan - killing an animal ...
chitsabha = hall of ~
chitta = mind, the restraint of ~
chittavritti = an imbalance of the mental state
circadian rhythms = the physiological rhythms people experience throughout the course of a 24 hour day
danda = stick, staff (refers to the spine)
dasa = ten ...
Mars Chakra: See Manipura Chakra Meditation: The state of ~ characterized by mental stillness and inner calm coupled with an intense awareness. The goal is to free the mind from the stream of thoughts that usually inhabit it and the attainment of supreme spiritual peace.
Samadhi -- full absorption in God ~, a sacred tomb for the body of a saintly person.
Samsara -- the cycle of repeated birth and death in the material world.
Sanatana -- eternal.
Sanatana-dharma -- the eternal religion of the living being, devotional service to God.
One who reached this stage will attain the super-~,the ~ which include all lesser forms of ~.
The patient regains ~ quite quickly and after getting ~ the patient immediately starts sleeping. This sleep is deep and sound. When he gets up after such a deep sleep he may suffer headache, vomiting, giddiness, hands and feet may have cramps and mind gets restless.
There are several ways to work on this inner hand ~.   Turning the hands slightly outward is one way to help shift some ~ to the inner hands.   Another important action is pressing the thumbs and index fingers down on the mat.
You will discover and know that love, goodness, and creative ~ are what constitute your being because you will experience these attributes within and as yourself. You will simultaneously realize that you did not put them there because you did not create yourself.
The science in which knowledge is gained by expansion and liberation of ~.
Pertaining to the region of the chest.
Endocrine gland situated near the heart, which is involved in the immunization of the body from disease.
Thyroid gland ...
Every spiritual tradition employs the art of playing the edge of ~; each has its own methods and disciplines. Whatever techniques you use, bringing yourself to your perceived limits is a way to deepen your understanding of who you are and how you approach the world.
Kripalu is called the yoga of ~. This gentle, introspective practice urges practitioners to hold poses to explore and release emotional and spiritual blockages. Goal-oriented striving is discouraged and precise alignment is not as important as in some other traditions.
" In this philosophy we take the premise that everything is supreme ~ - nothing exists that is not supreme ~. It encompasses a vision of totality in which each person is seen as equally divine in every part - body, mind, and spirit.
Knowledge is only for the special few who are prepared for sound examination and clear discernment of the nature of ~. The individual who chooses the path Of Jnana Yoga to discern knowledge goes through conclusions accumulated through millions of years.
Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation is a simple, natural, effortless procedure whereby the mind easily and naturally arrives at the source of all thought, the settled state of mind - Transcendental ~ or Pure ~, ...
Though indivisible, Om has four subtle sounds that correspond to four levels of ~. The first sound of "A" represents Vaishvanara, the conscious waking state. The second sound of "U" represents Taijasa, the subtle, unconscious dream state.
Kundalini is related to primal ~ and is only dangerous if ignored, when it becomes misguided intent; like truth, weeds, sexuality, bacteria, etc. all cause trouble if ignored.
He comes face to face with facts which ordinary ~ cannot comprehend. This ought to be achieved by proper training and manipulation of the subtle forces of the body so as to cause them to give, as it were, an upward push to the mind into the higher regions.
These hand positions are used to lock in ~ states. Mudras really can be done anywhere or anytime you need to focus and concentrate, and they're also integral to meditative practices. Of course many Yoga postures include mudras to enhance and intensify asana practice.
The yogi identifies himself with the all pervading, all-powerful, all-peaceful and joyful self, or pure ~ within. He knows that the source of all power, knowledge, peace and strength is in the self, not in the body.
Also called the Yoga of ~, Kripalu puts great emphasis on Proper Breath, alignment, coordination of breath and movement, and "honoring the wisdom of the body" -- you work according to the limits of your individual flexibility and strength.
Chiti: The power of universal ~; the creative aspect of God.
Chaitanya: The fundamental, all-pervasive, divine ~. When used in reference to a mantra, the capacity to draw one's mind spontaneously into meditative stillness.
Ashtanga Yoga, practiced in its correct sequential order, gradually leads the practitioner to rediscovering his or her fullest potential on all levels of human ~--physical, psychological, and spiritual.
A saint has experienced the "ultimate truth" (Total love, universe ~, etc.)
But saint, knowing only one way, may not be able to teach another, unless they are very similar
A guru has experienced the ultimate truth, and is versed in the teachings of thousands of others
(the Vedas) ...
The 5th element sometimes referred to as ~ also known as space and ether. Both play vital roles in pranayama.
"The is a wonderful euphoric feeling when the lungs are completely full. It is a time of illumination and bliss." ...
One realizes that there is only one ~, and we are all inseperable, interconnected parts of it. In this moment of realization one sees the ultimate Truth, one wakes up out of the slumber of an imagined separate sense of self. So knowing the ultimate Truth is no small thing.
Hindu philosophy in the Vedanta and Yoga streams, as the reader will remember, views only one thing as being ultimately real: Satchidananda Atman, the Existence-~-Blissful Self.
Kundalini Yoga - a set of yoga exercises and mental practices which help awaken ones ~ to the universal nature of the soul and ones spirituality. Sometimes called the yoga of awareness because it 'awakens' the unlimited potential that already exists within every human being.
a.k.a. 'Jivatman' or 'Atman'; the soul; the individual self; the individuated ~.
the state of liberation while still in bodily, human form; an adept who has attained liberation (Moksha) while still embodied is known as Jivan Mukta.
It increases brain wave coherence and improves comprehensive ability and memory
It encourages interdependence between mind, body, and spirit and helps an individual to attain
the union between a person's own ~ and the cosmic ~.
The literal meaning of the word Tantra is expansion. Tantra Yoga is concentrating on the expansion of the ~ of man in all levels. Tantra Yoga focuses on Shakti as its divine power. Shakti means Cosmic Mother.
" Established in 1997 by John Friend, Anusara Yoga has as a central focus the intention to alignment oneself with Grace, the flow of Supreme ~. Anusara Yoga combines the Tantric philosophy of "intrinsic Goodness" with Friend's "Universal Principles of Alignment." ...
Ishwara Prandihana - Self-surrender to our higher ~, our true inner self, and/or to god (notice that yoga acknowledges that there is a god, but does not name any particular god or prescribe particular religious practices). ...
Yoga, as mentioned above, is drawn from the root "Yujir Yogey" in the sacred Sanskrit language of India. The term itself means to unite, yoke or harness. The practice of Yoga thus leads to a unity of the mind and body. It also means union of the individual and universal ~.
Most types of exercise activity requires the body to make fast forceful movements. They have repeated actions, which often lead to tension and fatigue. This practice on the other hand, involve movements, which bring stability and energy to the body, senses, mind, and the ~.
Ideally, if you are an absolute beginner, I would highly recommend participating in a few group... If you've never practiced yoga before, prepare to encounter yourself on an entirely new level of ~! Yoga penetrates into your inner power, connecting the body Read on » ...
We have repeated several unrighteous action due to body ~ and finally had resulted into being loaded with some dichard sanskars (habits).
Sanskrit syllables, workds or phrases which when repeated in meditation will bring the ndividual to ah higher stgate of ~.
Matsyasana: Fish pose
Mayurasana: Peacock pose
Meru: danda - the spinal column
Mudra: a seal, sealing posture
Mula: bandha - root lock.
See also: What is the meaning of Yoga, Mind, Spirit, Body, Spiritual?