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Raja Yoga Level II - Asana or Physical Postures

The Second Chapter of Patanjali's Raja Yoga Sutras explains the 8-Part Yoga System to Ascend the Levels of Samadhi Yoga

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Raja Yoga Level II - Asana or Physical Postures

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Dec 2020

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What you will learn

Discover Your True Immortal Self & Learn the Yogic Techniques to Realize Absolute Freedom

Clear and Lucid Explanation on the Theory of Asanas as per the Raja Yoga Sutras - How to Practice? Why to Practice?


Description

Maharishi Patanjali, one of the Great Unknown Masters of ancient Indian sciences and languages, was no longer human when he transmitted the aphorisms that came later to be recorded and popularised as Raja Yoga, or the Royal Yoga.

The very essence of the Raja Yoga lies in the understanding of what it means to be human and how, given that understanding, one can willfully transcend unto higher states of consciousness. Having then transcended to beyond where there is no more transcendence, the thing that remains is not a human, in fact it is not even a thing. It is simply a happening-an undefinable, separately defined by each observer as per his/ her capacity.
Maharishi Patanjali was communicating from the plane of this undefinable, in non-human language, through ‘telepathy’ as per the ancient record, with the students he had chosen as recipients for the Yoga Sutras, the aphorisms of Yoga. The Raja Yoga system is also called Ashtanga, which translates to 8 limbs -  ashta(eight) & anga(limbs).


The following sub-topics would be covered in great detail in this Raja Yoga Training Course. The in-depth study of these topics would help aspiring students of Yoga ascend unto higher levels of experience

  • The 7 Levels of Raja Yoga


In this course, students would -

  • Learn to apply the 8 Limbs of Raja Yoga (Ashtanga Yoga) to create a daily sadhana practice centered around Self-awareness

  • Break through darkness, self delusion, and confusion using the Pranayama and Pratyahara techniques, and fully realize your inner potential



Content

Introduction

Asana - Stable and Joygiving

Asanas - The 3rd Part of The Ashtanga Yoga System

How to Practice Asanas ?

The Fruit of Successful Asana Practice

Hatha Asana Practice : The 5 Element P-TAK Sequence

Hatha Surya Namaskar

Parivratta Parsvakonasana

UpavishtaKonasana

ArdhaMatsyendrasana

Ashtavakrasana

Shirsasana


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11/25/2020

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12/24/2020

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