Wednesday, February 21, 2018

SANATANA DHARMA , HINDUISM EXHUMED AND RESURRECTED, PART 100 - CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL


THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 99, BELOW--




Again, in Yoga, the three main channels of prana are the Ida, the Pingala and the Sushumna.  Ida relatesto the right side of the brain, and the left side of the body, terminating at the left nostril andpingala to the left side of the brain and the right side of the body, terminating at the right nostril. 

Alternate nostril breathing balances the prana that flows within the body. When prana enters a period of uplifted, intensified activity, the Yogic tradition refers to it as Pranotthana. 

The Moon moves in the Ida and the Sun in the Pingala. Ida is cooling. Pingala is heating. Ida flows through the leftnostril and the Pingala through the right nostril. The breath flows through the right nostril for one 90 miniutes  and then through the left nostril for 90 minutes. 

Man is busily engaged in worldly activities, when the breath flows through Ida and Pingala . When Sushumna operates, he becomes dead to the world, and enters into Samadhi.   

A Yogi tries his level best to make the Prana run in the Sushumna.. . A person who practices this Yoga of swara is called a Swara Yogi and he can control the Prana through Pingala and mind through Ida.

Yogis consumed little food when breath runs in the Pingala / Suryanadi runs --right nostril, and this nutrition was not wasted , as  Suryanadi produced heat and digested  the meagre food well. . 

The solar and lunar forces that work at a macrocosmic level are reflected at a microcosmic level in man as his Pingala nadi and Ida nadi. This principle of equivalence of the microcosm and macrocosm is a very important principle that all occult sciences share as a fundamental law.

In Swara cycle, during bright fortnight (Poornima) Chandra Nadi (Ida) becomes active at sunrise on days 1, 2, 3 after FULL moon


During darker fortnight (Amavasya) Surya Nadi (Pingala) becomes active at sunrise on days 1,2,3 after NEW moon.


The Lunar or solar swara flows from sunrise for one hour each and then alternates for 24 hours. During the flow of Ida or Pingala for one hour, the tattwas become active in order. For a normal healthy person first air element flows for 8 minutes then fire for 4 minutes then earth for 12 minutes then water for 16 minutes and ether for 20 minutes.

This is used during answering Prashnas. Astrologers studied the subtleties of breath. Unwholesome lifestyles like smoking and use of stimulants should be avoided strictly if one wants to develop such awareness.. Ida represents the natural benefics, while Pingala represents the natural malefics

In the Chandogyopanishad it is stated that the five tattvas have evolved from the mind,  the mind has evolved from prana and prana has evolved from pure consciousness. Thus the tattvas are present in every form of creation. In the physical body, they manifest as chitta shakti, prana shakti and atma shakti, which act on the body and mind through energy channels or nadis and the breath or swara. 

Swara means ‘flow’ or ‘movement’. Nadi also means ‘flow’. Nadi is the flow of shakti in the subtle body, and swara is the flow of shakti in our breath. Therefore, the swara shastras deal with the science of the flow of breath and nadis.

Chitta shakti, or the force of ida, is the vital mental energy which governs all the functions of thought, mind and chitta. All mental activity is a result of the flow and dominance of ida.

 I must repeat again.  

This flow of energy is connected to the flow of breath through the left nostril, which is known to influence right brain hemisphere activities. It is also known as Chandra (moon) swara and considered as the negative polarity of energy within the body.

Prana shakti, which flows in pingala, is the vital life force and positive polarity of energy which governs all active physical functions. The physical work you perform throughout the day is a direct consequence of the level of prana shakti that is flowing in you. The activities of pingala are connected to the flow of your breath through the right nostril, which influences left brain hemisphere activities. It is also known as surya (sun) swara.

The third shakti or energy, atma shakti, is channelled through sushumna nadi, the central passage of prana. Ida is the channel of the mental energy force and pingala is the channel for the vital energy force, sushumna on the other hand is the channel for spiritual energy force. 

Sushumna is a neutral energy and when it is active, the breath flows through both nostrils simultaneously. Then the flow of both ida and pingala are harmonised, and this occurrence is known to influence the activities of the higher dormant brain centres.

In the physical body, these three nadis correspond to the parasympathetic (ida), sympathetic (pingala) and autonomic (sushumna) nervous systems. However, throughout the life of most people, sushumna remains dormant. Until sushumna is awakened through the practices of tantra, yoga or other spiritual practices, an individual is entirely under the control of chitta and prana shakti ie. ida/pingala.

 These three aspects of energy manifest in the physical breath or swaras in a cyclical pattern. The flow of ida or the Chandra swara lasts for approximately 90 minutes , after which it changes to pingala for the next hour and then back to ida.

At the time of changeover, there is a brief span of a few seconds when the third nadi, sushumna, flows. This cycle continues day and night and is strongly influenced by the lunar/solar movements, adjusting itself to the bright and dark fortnights of the lunar cycle.

As the entire body and mind structure is made up of the five tattvas, they are inherent in every aspect of our existence and can even be witnessed in the flow of the swara. Each tattva has a particular pranic frequency and affects the various body mechanisms. The activities of the tattvas cause the breath or swara to flow in different directions, for varying distances and durations, and influence the energy system of ida, pingala, and sushumna.

The two nadis, ida/pingala, channel shakti or energy into the various chakras or energy centres situated in the spinal column, beginning from mooladhara, right up to ajna chakra. These centres increase in vibration and are intersected by ida / pingala. The influence of the tattvas is also conveyed to the chakras through the swara.

Each chakra is dominated by one of the five elements:---

Mooladhara by the earth element (the lowest vibration of prana)
Swadhisthana by water
Manipura by fire
Anahata by air.

The subtlest element, ether, rules over vishuddhi chakra, the throat centre.  The chakras beyond vishuddhi fall under the influence of the subtler elements of the antah karana.

Antahkarana ( inner cause) refers to the totality of two levels of mind, namely the buddhi, the intellect or higher mind, and the manas, the middle levels of mind which exist as or include the mental body. 

Antahkarana is also called the link between the middle and higher mind, the reincarnating part of the mind

Antahkaraṇa (internal organ) is organised into four parts:-- 
Ahamkāra (ego) – identifies the Atman (self) with the body as 'I'
Buddhi (intellect) – controls decision making
Manas (mind) – controls sankalpa (will or resolution)
Chitta (memory) – deals with remembering and forgetting


Below: A crop circle representing ANTAHKARANA --which is lifted by Reiki, for healing






AHAMKARA, the ego, literally means “I am the doer”. All our feelings, perceptions, ideas and desires are inextricably linked to Ahamkara. The ego is that psychic authority that creates the illusion that we are autonomous to all the other independently existing individuals. 

From that we naturally derive the idea that the external world that confronts us is also an independent, separate reality. However, Vedanta philosophy, which is also the philosophy of Yoga, teaches us to see the unity – God – behind the variety of appearances.

Just as the different swaras influence and govern different spheres of mental, physical and spiritual experience, the five tattvas also have individual characteristics which affect our state of mind, body and consciousness.

For example, when Prithvi or earth element is active, your thoughts may be materialistic, whereas if ether is flowing then there are no such thoughts, but complete stillness or shoonya.

Therefore, to understand the levels of awareness we are experiencing, other than the awareness of which tattva is active we also need to know which swara is flowing through our body at that time. In the final analysis, it is a combination of both the swara and predominating tattva which influences our physical, psychological and transcendental states of mind.


It is said in the Shiva Swarodaya that if the element of fire is predominant during the flow of sushumna, it consumes the fruit of all your actions. This is because when sushumna flows, the awareness is absorbed in the subtlest tattva, paramtattwa, which is beyond action and result. Agni tattva, in combination with sushumna, intensifies this effect. This is why it is said that when sushumna begins to flow, one should stop all work and sit down for meditation or spiritual practices.


If the element of ether is active during the flow of sushumna, then the mind travels at a very great speed; like a swift rocket, it is catapulted into the higher consciousness. At that time it is easy to transcend material or external awareness, and meditation during that period will undoubtedly give good results. However, this combination is known to occur very rarely.

During the flow of ida and pingala, these five tattwas arise separately in succession. In each hour of the Chandra and surya swaras, all five tattwas are active individually in the following order:

Air
Fire
Earth
Water
Ether

Each tattva has a fixed duration during which it flows, and when that is over it is replaced by the next tattva. It is possible to detect the prevailing tattva in the swara at any particular time in several ways.

A tattva yogi, who has complete knowledge or jnana of the tattwas in relation to the swara, can judge his physical, mental, emotional and spiritual state and act in accordance with that. However, more important than this is knowing how to induce the experience of your true nature through awareness of the tattwas in the different swaras.

A tattva yogi can define the active tattva that is flowing, by examining the nature of the perceptions arising therefrom. After developing proficiency in the art of defining the tattva, he develops the experience of the tattvas through several tantric practices that accentuate their flow.

Swarayoga is a systematic practice of the observation of the breath flow through the nostrils in relation to the time of day, the position of the moon, sun, planets, seasons and the play of five basic elements earth, water, fire, air and space with the physical, mental and emotional conditions of the practicing individual. 

Swara breathing is a process, which can be manipulated and controlled whenever you want to. It helps us to understand how to maximize our potential, control moods, heal ailments and be attuned to the cosmic rhythm.

The predominant nostril changes every 90 minutes.  If either swara predominates for too long it is a sign of warning that one of the branches of the autonomic nervous system is being over stressed and only one of the brain hemispheres is being fully utilized. 

The co-ordination of three Naddis ( Ida/ Pingala / Sushumna ) gives health, strength, mental peace and long life - and clear the way for the spiritual growth. Once this understanding takes place, the breathing pattern can be altered at will to make the life harmonious and balanced.

When Ida is flowing, the breath will be more in the left nostril. It indicates that the mental energy is dominant. The mind is passive, cool, introverted and any kind of mental work can be undertaken. It is like nectar and gives strength and nourishment to the soul and the body.

 When Pingala is flowing, the breath will be more in the right nostril. It indicates that the vital energy is dominant. The mind is active, extroverted, and any kind of physical work can be undertaken. It is responsible for the growth of the body.

When Ida and Pingala Naddis flow together then the main channel the Third Swara or Shoonya Swara is stimulated

 Sushumna unites both Ida and Pingala at the eyebrow centre in the region of medulla oblongata. 

When both nostrils flow together, both hemispheres operate in unison. The physical organs and mental organs function simultaneously and  it indicates that the mind is blissful, calm, pure, balanced and the spiritual energy is in power and time is good for concentration, meditation, and worship. 

In subtle body terms the Sushumna Nadi is the path to enlightenment.  

This cant happen unless the Karmic baggage is light and the soul frequency is high. 

We have rogue messiah gurus – liars— men without character— rock star gurus  who dance and run down wooden ramps into the crowd  -- who milk Sanatana Dharma saying that they have raised Kundalini— 

BALLS !



FAKE SOHUM HYPERVENTILATION YOGA OF THE ROGUE GURU BELOW--  HAS CAUSED HUNDREDS OF DEATHS IN SOUTH AMERICA --

THEY WAIT FOR HIM TO GO BACK--  HE WILL BE ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH MAN SLAUGHTER.. 

SRI SRI RAVISHANKAR  WILL DIE IN PRISON ABROAD..  HE MUST KNOW THAT I KEEP IN TOUCH WITH MY SOUTH AMERICAN OFFICERS 



In the past these specific branches of tantra and Swara Yoga  were kept secret because people frequently misused the techniques in order to gain greater power for selfish and destructive motives.

Sanatana Dharma does NOT allow rock star gurus who try to be messiahs . But worse than that, the reputable science of tantra defamed as deviant sex .

 For this reason, since ancient times, such techniques as Tantra or Swara yoga could only be learned under the tutelage of a guru.

WE HAVE ROGUE GURUS LIKE SADGU JAGGI VASUDEV CREATING THEIR OWN FAKE GODS— LINGA BHAIRAVI—  AND MILKING  DEVOTEES ..


WE HAVE ROGUE GURUS LIKE SRI SRI RAVISHANKAR CREATING FAKE YOGA LIKE SUDARSHAN KRIYA ( HYPERVENTILATION ) PATENTING IT— AND MINTING MOOLAH. HE HAS HUNDREDS OF BRANCHES ABROAD –HOW ?

THESE RASCALS WHO KNOW SHIT ABOUT SANATANA DHARMA , LECTURE AT UN AND FREEMASON INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS..  

THEY DONT EVEN KNOW THAT ADVAITA HINDU GOD IS A FIELD AND DVAITA TRINITY GODS AND THEIR WIVES ARE COSMIC ALLEGORIES  



WE ASK THE GOVT TO INVESTIGATE SHELL COMPANIES USED  TO LAUNDER MONEY—BY UBER RICH FAKE GURUS . 



WE ALL KNOW WHAT A TINY FISH LIKE DERA SAUDA CHIEF GURMEET RAM RAHIM WAS WORTH---THOUSANDS OF CRORES.    HE HAD NO FOREIGN BRANCHES—  NO FOREIGN SPONSORS..

 (  Christanity is now gobbling up all his rootless followers )




Prana Vidya is the knowledge of Prana and the ability to guide it. Learning to to use cosmic energy which is freely available to all, allows us to create changes in the patterns of our body, mind and consciousness diverting, directing, or extracting Prana/energy to certain areas.  

Pranotthana is the first thing that happens as the individual evolves, and it is this release of energy which triggers off the actual awakening of kundalini.

Without pranotthana the kundalini is not awakened.

When kundalini begins an upward ascent through the sushumna, she pulls prana along with her.

 There are two ways in which pranotthana can take place. The first is by regular practice of asanas, pranayama, concentration and meditation techniques. Through these practices, the prana is gradually released in the body, starting the preliminary process of purification of organs, glands, nervous system, brain and nadis.

The complete purification comes only with the kundalini awakening and rising to the brain. Once pranotthana has finished its initial work of purification, it normally stabilises itself for a time, before it starts dealing with the kundalini energy,. After a time, kundalini awakens.

 Normal breathing is a mechanical function performed by the physical body but in Swara yoga this process can be controlled and manipulated.

 Think of pranotthana as the phenomena, like the heat, the kriyas, sensations, and so forth—it’s the thing that you experience. Think of kundalini as the functioning of the energy inside the sushumna unbeknownst to the practitioner.

Kundalini awakening is awakening of the self; the possibility to go beyond the life matrix one is vibrating in. It is bursting of the dam that is holding back the inherent power and inner wisdom. 

The absolute power of Kundalini awakening is clarity, auspiciousness, self-esteem, pure love, concern for others, enlightened attention, infinite joy, peace and the ultimate self-realisation.

 Advanced Yoga, pranayama and meditation practitioners indicate feeling of energy surge, lifting from the base of the spine, all the way up to the brain stem. Most of us confuse it with uncoiling of Kundalini whereas this is simply a Pranotthana.

Pranotthana is the release of Pranic energy within the body. It starts getting activated when the endocrine glands, nerve plexus, meridians, nadis, blood vessels are flush with a right mix of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the body.


This right balance triggers combustion of energy and this pranic energy is called Pranotthana.


Dear Captain, oh my god..what a knowledge.. Thank you so much..

I have one question, 3 1/2 kundalini coil symbol shows direction in anti clockwise. what does that represent/mean?









  1. THE KUNDALINI COIL TURNS ANTI CLOCKWISE AT IDA AND CLOCKWISE AT PINGALA

    IN REALITY IT FORMS 3 MOBIUS COILS ( FIGURE OF EIGHT ) ON THE WAY UP AT THE THREE BANDHAS

    PAST-- PRESENT-- FUTURE

    THIS IS A REVELATION --MY REVELATIONS NOW JUMP TO 53.50 %

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


According to the Tantras, the distinction between the breath from the left and right nostrils is due to the movements of the celestial bodies. Indian astrology observes the movement of the moon through a different set of constellations than those of the Western zodiac. 

These constellations, or "asterisms," are called nakshatras in Sanskrit, and are identified by their prominent stars. Asterisms are sub- or supersets of constellations which build a constellation itself, or a group of stars, physically related or not. Best known is the Big Dipper ( Sapt Rishis ) as a part of the Great Bear.

There are 27 nakshatras, one for each day of the lunar cycle; they are also referred to as the "lunar mansions."

THE STONEHENGE WITH IST 27 PORTAS IS A HINDU CONSTRUCT

The classification of the nakshatras are as follows:----

(1) Ashvini: Ksipra, (2) Bharani: Ugra, (3) Krttika: Mishra, (4) Rohini, (5) Mrgashira: Mrdu, (6) Ardra: tikshna (7) Punarvasu, (8) Pushya: Ksipra, (9) Ashlesha: tikshna(10) Magha, (11) Purvaphaguni: Ugra, (12) Uttaraphalguni: Sthira, (13) Hasta: Ksipra, (14) Chitra: Mrdu, (15) Svati: Chara, (16) Vishakha: Mishra, (17) Anuradha: Mrdu, (18) Jyeshtha: tikshna(19) Moola: tikshna, (20) Purvashadha: Ugra, (21) Uttarashadha: Sthira, (22) Sravana: Chara, (23) Dhanishtha: Chara, (24) Shatabhisha : Chara, (25) Purvabhadra: Ugra, (26) Uttarabhadra: Sthira, (27) Revati: Mrdu

No       /           Malayalam Name
1.                     /Aswathi
2.                     /Bharani
3.                     /Kaarthika
4.                     /Rohini
5.                    / Makeeryam
6.                     /Thiruvaathira ( younger son )
7.                     /Punartham
8.                     /Pooyyam
9.                     /Aayilyam
10.                   /Makham
11.                   /Pooram ( Me and  my wife )
12.                   /Uthram
13.                   /Atham
14.                   /Chitra
15.                   /Chothi
16.                   /Visaakam
17.                   /Anizham
18.                   /Thrikketta
19.                   /Moolam ( elder son )
20.                   /Pooraadam
21.                   /Uthraadam
22.                   /Thiruvonam
23.                   /Avittam
24.                   /Chathayam
25.                   /Poorattadhi
26.                   /Uthrattathi
27.                   /Revathi


THESE CHARTS WERE DRAWN UP BY MAHARISHIS WITH 12 STRAND DNA , WITH FRACTAL MINDS 




INDIA DOES NOT NEED TO IMPRESS THE WHITE MAN ANYMORE

WHEN THE WHITE INVADER LEFT INDIA IN 1947 , WE WERE REDUCED TO BEGGARS --THEY STOLE EVERYTHING -- WEALTH / KNOWLEDGE / LEGACY

TODAY IF BRITAIN WANTS A WAR WITH INDIA -- THEY WILL BE WIPING BLOOD FROM ALL THREE ORIFICES FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES 

KOI  SHAKKH ?




In astrology - just as the breath elements influence human behavior and destiny, so do the nakshatras, or asterisms. 

According to the Shiva Svarodaya Shastra, "As the moon moves through the signs of the zodiac, so the breath moves from the moon (left) nostril to the sun (right) nostril."

A correlation has been established between the asterisms and the five elements of the vital breath. In the list below each element is shown with its corresponding (numbered) nakshatras and their prominent stars.

Earth: (1) Dhanishtha (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta Delphinis), (2) Rohini (Aldebaran), (3) Jyeshtha (Alpha, Sigma, and Tau Scorpionis), (4) Anuradha (Beta, Delta, and Pi Scorpionis), (5) Shravana (Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Aquilae), (6) Abhijit (Alpha, Epsilon, and Zeta Lyrae), and (7) Uttarashadha (Zeta and Sigma Sagittarii). 

Water: (8) Purvashadha (Delta and Epsilon Sagittarii), (9) Ashlesha (Delta, Epsilon, Eta, Rho, and Sigma Hydrae), (10) Mula (Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa, Lambda, Mu, and Upsilon Scorpionis), ( 11) Ardra (Alpha Orionis), (12) Revati (Zeta Piscium and so on), (13) Uttarabhadrapada (Gamma Pegasi and Alpha Andromedae), and (14) Shatabhisha (Gamma Aquarii). 

Fire: (15) Bharani (35, 39, and 41 Arietis), (16) Krittika (Pleiades), (17) Pushya (Gamma, Delta, and Theta Cancri), ( 18) Magha (Alpha, Gamma, Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, and Mu Leonis), (19) Purvaphalguni (Delta and Theta Leonis), (20) Purvabhadrapada (Alpha and Beta Pegasi), and (21) Svati (Arcturus). 

Air: (22) Vishakha (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Iota Librae), (23) Uttaraphalguni (Beta and 93 Leonis), (24) Hasta (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and Epsilon Corvi), (25) Chitra (Spica and Alpha Virginis), (26) Punarvasu (Alpha and Beta Geminorum), (27) Ashvini (Beta and Gamma Ariatis

Space has no corresponding asterism.  

In astrology there is also a relationship between the planets, the signs of the zodiac, and the breath elements. On the left (ida) channel, the earth element is influenced by Mercury, water by the moon, fire by Venus, and air by Jupiter. 

On the right (pingala) nadi, earth is under the rule of the sun, water under Saturn, fire under Mars, and air under the ascending node of the moon (rahu). 

On the central channel (sushumna), earth relates to Mercury, water to the moon and Venus, fire to the sun and Mars, air to the ascending node of the moon and Saturn, and space to Jupiter.

INDIAN ASTRONOMY WAS DEVELOPED THOUSANDS OF YEARS BEFORE THE WHITE MAN GRADUATED FROM GRUNT GRUNT TO A LANGUAGE..
   
YET THESE WHITE BASTARDS STOLE OUR ASTRONOMY AND PATENTED IT IN THEIR OWN NAMES





THE ITALIAN WAITRESS AND HER HALF BREED MULATTO CHILDREN MUST KNOW THIS —


THERE IS NO NEED TO GET COCKY ABOUT ITALY


ALL GLORY OF ANCIENT  ITALY—BELONGS TO INDIA .





Again, Ida Nadi or left nostril breathing or lunar swara is located on the left side of the spinal cord and connected to the right hemisphere of the brain-- it represents Moon / female Shakti ( energy) principle.   This is associated with the mental activities, parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation and rejuvenation). 


Again, Pingala Nadi or right nostril breathing or solar swaras is located on the right side of spinal cord  and connected to the left hemisphere of the brain-- it represents Sun / male Shiva (consciousness) principle. This is  associated with pranic activities ( physical activities), sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight response / stress response).  All the activities that involve strenuous work may be undertaken during breathing with the right swara.


Swara Yoga is very subtle and it aims at directly awakening the highest human potential.

The right understanding of Swara can be of immense help to regulate the body temperature. By the virtue of this, there is less feeling of warmth during the hot summers and similarly the winter cool becomes bearable.  Naked yogis can melt ice around them.


For readers who are curious why Captain blogs at odd hours- this is the secret.   I wont take any questions on this.



Swara yoga is an ancient science of nasal breathing which was NOT penned down in 5000 BC like the rest of Vedic literature . Through the systematic flow of breath, one can attain harmony between inner and cosmic consciousness. 

Swara yoga relates the dominance of breath and personality. In Swara yoga we learn to tune in with the lunar and planetary cycles and change the swara at will. The key technique of swara yoga is to influence the nadis.  

Nadis carry prana to all parts of body. There are several sensory nerves in the nose and the nostrils that are connected to the nadis. The swara yoga technique activates Sushmna nadi and eliminates psychological and physical problems.

Swara yoga is the ancient science of pranic body rhythms and explores how prana can be controlled through the breath. Traditionally a closely guarded science, taught only through direct transmission from guru to disciple, very little has ever been written about it.

 Swara yoga, it is the association of the breath in relation to the activities or phases or positions of the sun, moon, planets, seasons, time of day, with the physical and mental conditions of the individual and then taking the appropriate action according to these subtle relations. 

For example, knowing the moon phases and checking the flow of your nostrils before you get out of bed in the morning and letting the corresponding foot be the first to touch the floor ( earthed ) and make the first step, is a simple practice that ensures success in everything that happens for that day. 

The first foot to touch the ground will get the prevailing 'successful' flow of energy from the cosmos.. It was kept as a closed secret by the ancient sages and saints

This ancient divine knowledge was available only for sadhaks, to those who had risen above the worldly and mundane affairs of life, those who had a spiritual attitude, and the dedication and devotion of a disciple, so that this precious knowledge was kept pure and it didn't go into the wrong hands.  

Some Swara yogis who come down from Himalayas for Maha Kumbh Mela know this science , conveyed from guru to shishya for 400 centuries.




You must know this truth --- a rich man like Rothschild can pay for happiness ( false one ) . The naked yogi is truly happy—as happiness is a state of mind. It does NOT depend of outside circumstances.. 

It depends on the way you look at things..it depends on the loftiness of your thoughts. The cause of happiness is never the external situation—but your thoughts about it.  This is why yogis can meditate even if a cobra climbs on his head..  

These yogis adapted to self imposed solitude smear themselves in ash to keep unwanted people away.  Life is NOT about pleasing others.  The richest man can have everything—but is he does not have peace of mind—what is he worth ?  

Some of these yogis are very old—yet they are physically and mentally fit and happy.  

A happy mind is the highest state of mind — a state of BLISS—nay— UNBRIDLED EXHILARATION . 

Out of bliss comes creativity.   It is not a feeling-but a state of being .   

BEWARE OF ROGUE GURUS LIKE SADGURU JAGGI VASUDEV WHO GUFFAWS ( ONLY WHEN VIDEO CAMERAS ARE PRESENT ) FOR NO REASON -- JUST TO SHOW THAT HE IS IN A STATE OF BLISS

This is why ancient Maharishis could write such profound stuff—things which don’t have an expiry date—things which will last till the sun goes supernova .  

Even the language Sanskrit has NO expiry date. It has NO additions of subtractions since this divine language was created and Vedas went on oral route for 330 centuries before being penned down 70 centuries ago..  

Follow your bliss and the universe will open its doors.

The real purpose of Swara Yoga was a man to forge the hinges of his destiny on his own terms.  This was to lower the weight of the Karmic baggage. Through the knowledge of swara yoga one can become free from all kinds of negativity and he can achieve heightened awareness.

The swara yoga practices related to breath were used understand the governing forces of life, to understand the nature of the universe and effects of the elements  on body and mind by observing  the different patterns of breath.

Further, it was used to go beyond the limitations of the mind.   Swara yoga is a tantric science coming from from Shaiva Tantra, where Lord Shiva is the guru and his wife –nay—lover  Shakti is the disciple.   She asks questions about nature and the governing forces of the universe.

Lord Shiva ( consciousness ) gives this precious knowledge of swara yoga to his wife Shakti ( energy) — both are cosmic allegories

Tantra is NOT perverted sex as made out to be by the white invader .

The cosmos in all its manifestations, as an act of love. 

Shiva and Shakti are one and the same.
There is no place that He is not.
There is no place that She is not.
They are one and the same.
She is in every thing.
She is in every word.
She is all there is.
See Her in all things.
Hear Her in all sounds.
Know Her in all thoughts.
Feel Her in all feelings.
She is all there is.
She is the one in the three worlds.
Shiva and Shakti are one and the same.
That is the secret.

Each of the trinity gods are powerless without their consorts.   This does NOT make the male a transgender Hijra as is to tommed in every desh drohi literary fest by white men and Indian commies



Tantric art has captured the images of the Purusha ( Shiva )  and his consort, Prakriti ( Shakti ), in ecstatic union.  

This is NOT perverted sex.



Purusha and Pragati is expressed as Shiva and Shakti in the same body 50:50 – this is NOT a she boy or a transgender .  It is a mindboggling,  intelligent concept.

Purusha is the embodiment of pure consciousness, and Prakriti as the embodiment of pure energy.

Through uniting with Purusha , Pragati gave form to his spirit and created the universe---we are talking about CREATION OF THE COSMOS here-   not street side whore sex  as figured out by small minds

When the insentient Prakriti comes in contact with the sentient Purusha , the universe evolves.

At the MACRO level-- Shakti is manifested by Shiva only during creation and is withdrawn into himself at the end of creation. Modern science repeats from our Vedas that matter and energy are interchangeable.  So does consciousness and energy .  

In the highest planes they are interchangeable, which is why we see a great incongruence between our spiritual experiences and the external reality. 

All this is beyond shallow white minds.

Purusha ( Shiva ) symbolizes consciousness, the masculine principle. Prakriti  ( Shakti ) symbolizes the feminine principle, the activating energy.

In the Tantric cosmology, the whole universe is perceived as being created, penetrated and sustained by two fundamental forces, which are permanently in a perfect, indestructible UNION. These forces or universal aspects are called Shiva and Shakti.

Sankhya philosopy   is  about the male and female joint TEAM effort.    This is NOT a dance of opposites—  like in Dvaita Vedanta.

At the MICRO level-- Shiva resides in the highest Sahasrara Chakra and Shakti in the lowest Muladhara Chakra.    

When Prakriti and Purusha unite in the Sahasrara Chakra ( raising of Kundalini ) , knowledge, knower and the object of knowledge become one.  The union of Shakti with Shiva by Kundalini rise  is the liberation of seeker from the cycle of endless birth and death.

Swara yoga is a science which is realization of cosmic consciousness through control and manipulation of breath.

Prana is the primordial energy of the universe. Prana is dispersed through the entire material world.
 Prana cannot be measured as it is scalar energy

Prana is both macrocosmic and microcosmic and is the substratum of all life.   Mahaprana (the great prana) is the cosmic, universal, all-encompassing energy out of which we draw substance through the breathing process

The moment prana leaves the body consciousness departs because prana and consciousness are the two poles of one source – the self

The best anti-stress medicine we have may be right under our own nose. Slow, deep diaphragmatic breathing is the single best anti-stress medicine we have.. When you bring air down into the lower portion of the lungs, where oxygen exchange is most efficient, everything changes. Heart rate slows, blood pressure decreases, muscles relax, anxiety ceases and the mind calms

Nothing in the Universe happens haphazardly.  Nature moves in rhythm. There is an immutable law that governs the movement of the stars,  planets etc. There is constancy in the working of all the laws of nature. 

Everything is scheduled to happen according to some strict commands, as though there is a very severe law-maker and a strict maintainer of these laws!

IN KERALA TEMPLES YOU WERE NOT ALLOWED TO COVER YOUR UPPER BODY—  SO THAT BELLY BREATING IS ENCOURAGED , RATHER THAN CHEST BREATING..

Menopausal women who learned the deep diaphragmatic breathing  technique were able to reduce the frequency of hot flushes by more than 60 percent.   Deep diaphragmatic breathing and other mind-body techniques can significantly reduce symptoms of severe PMS as well as depression. Yoga can combat infertility 

The healthy  breathing, brought on by Yoga and Meditation, is the deep and slow breathing using diaphragm and abdominal muscles (belly button breathing). This is modulated through the parasympathetic system.

The parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) controls homeostasis and the body at rest and is responsible for the body's "rest and digest" function 

Following are the specific reactions of sympathetic nervous system:---

increase in the rate and constriction of the heart
dilation of bronchial tubes in the lungs and pupils in the eyes
contraction of muscles
release of adrenaline from the adrenal gland
conversion of glycogen to glucose to provide energy for the muscles.
shut down of processes not critical for survival
decrease in saliva production: the stomach does not move for digestion, nor does it release digestive secretions.
decrease in urinary output
sphincter contraction.

The parasympathetic nervous system counterbalances the sympathetic nervous system. It restores the body to a state of calm. 

The specific responses are:--

decrease in heart rate
constriction of bronchial tubes in the lungs and pupils in the eyes
relaxation of muscles
saliva production: the stomach moves and increases secretions for digestion.
increase in urinary output
sphincter relaxation.
Digestive enzymes are released

As a deep inhalation is done, enhanced venous return occurs along with better lymphatic drainage. The rhythmic up and down movement of the diaphragm massages the abdominal organs, increasing their circulation and efficiency.

Changes in coronary flow occur during pranayama, allowing more blood to flow into the coronary vessels. The input of healthy blood into the lunges increases, allowing better uptake of oxygen and build up of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules at the cellular level, which is the source of energy to the cell.

In emergencies, we usually ‘forget’ about the proper breathing exercise. Thus, some of us experience cardiac arrest that leads to coma and even death. When our air passages become constricted due to panic, our body reacts in a different way, usually the reverse of the natural process.

Most of us are only half-breathers: we breathe in because we can’t help it but we fail to breathe out completely.    The sigh is nature’s way of deflating the lungs when we have neglected the breathing apparatus long enough.

















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