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Nada Yoga
Swami Satyananda Saraswati
From lectures to students of the first International Yoga Teachers Training Course at Munger, 1967-68.

Nada Bindu Upanishad
Shurangama Sutra
The Ś"raṅgama S"tra, often spelled Shurangama Sutra or Surangama Sutra in English, is a Mahayana sutra and one of the main texts used in the Chn school in Chinese Buddhism.

Earlier on in these talks, we mentioned that the reason for the performing the seven steps of Hatha yoga was to enable the aspirant to hear the inner sounds: the Dada.

Nada ("sound"): the inner sound, as it can be heard through the practice of nada yoga or kundalini yoga.

Nada: Inner sounds that may be heard during advanced stages of meditation; nada may take the form of sounds such as bells, the blowing of a conch, and thunder.

Nada Yoga is the yoga of inner sounds. In Nada Yoga, the yogi places a thumb against each ear and carefully listens to a specific chakra-generated sound that can be heard in the ears.

Nada - Anahata Sound.
Nadi - Astral tube that carries Prana.
Nahabat - Music tower---a small octagonal building, the first floor room of which was the Holy Mother's residence during her stay at the Dakshineshwar temple gardens.

Nada that is heard through the ears is of ten kinds. The first is the sound 'Chini' (like the pronunciation of the word); the second is 'Chini-chini'; the third is the sound of a bell; the fourth is that of a conch; the fifth is that of a lute; ...

NADA: Mystic sound.
NIRODHA: Control or restraint.
NIRVANA: Liberation; final emancipation.
NIRVIKALPA-SAMADHI: Superconscious state where there is no modification of the mind or Triputi.

Spontaneous inner sounds that may be heard during advanced stages of meditation; nada may take the form of sounds such as bells, the blowing of a conch, and thunder.
A channel in the subtle body through which the vital force flows.

The unitive discipline of the inner sound, a practice closely associated with original Hatha-Yoga

Nada is like a pure crystal extending from the Muladhara to Sahasrara Chakra. It is that which is spoken of as Brahman or Paramatman.

Nada Yoga Nada is sound or bell. Yoga of the inner sound. The process of producing and intently listening to the inner sound as a means of concentration and ecstatic self-transcendence.

Nada: inner mystical sound
Nadi: a channel in the subtle body through which energy flows
Nadi: sodhana - purification of the nadis.
Niyama: self-purification by discipline, second limb of Patanjali's Yoga.

With practice at Nada Yoga, your listening skills will improve, and you will become more sensitive not only to music and sound, but to the subtle emotions and energies within yourself and in others.

As per Upanishadas, the OM(AUM ) is the real Brahma in its all nature as Akshara Brahma (Lipi - word) and Nada Brahma (sound) and OM itself is GOD. An Enlightened Yogi can see transcedentally Akshara Brahma and hear Nada Brahma.

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This Pranayama increases psychic sensitivity and awareness of subtle sound vibrations, this proves to be useful for Nada Mediatation. This is useful in removing stress and mental problems like anxiety, depression, anger etc.

You may get a spiel on social, political, or animal rights activism with asana. Five tenets form the foundation of each class: scripture, bhakti (devotion to God), ahimsa (nonviolence), nada yoga (yoga of sound), and meditation.

The five elements that form the foundation of each class are: scripture, bhakti (devotion to God), ahimsa (nonviolence and compassion), nada yoga (deep listening), and meditation (connection with the unchanging reality within).

Achievement of mental stability arouses the dormant divine power in human being called kundalini. Arousal of the dormant divine power enables hearing the subtle sounds (nada) and absorption of the mind in the state of samadhi.

selfless service, action, visualization, sound, mantra, ritual, mystic diagrams, study, purification, preparation, exercise, sexuality, healing, and the like (variously called by names such as tantra, kundalini, kriya, karma, bhakti, mantra, nada, ...

See also: See also: Yoga, Mind, Mantra, Meditation, Consciousness

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