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Techniques & Charts: Colors  Meditation, Aura, and Healing Levels

Techniques & Charts: Colors  Meditation, Aura, and Healing Levels
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Pranayama Pranayama is a compound term. Prana means life force or breath. Yama means extension. Therefore, pranyama is the practice of extending or amplifying ones life force. More than simple breath-control exercises, pranayama harnesses the prana surrounding us, and by deepening and extending it, leads to a state of inner peace. Benefits of Pranayama Most of us breathe incorrectly, using only half of our lung capacity. When practiced along with yoga asanas, or postures, the benefits of pranayama are even more pronounced. Various Stages of Pranayama The following are the different aspects of pranayama: Puraka (Inhalation) A single inhalation is termed Puraka. Pranayama techniques exist that focus on each of the four stages or aspects mentioned above. A Few Types of Pranayama The complete breath is the most basic form of pranayama. Ujjayi breathing is a common form of yogic breathing which consists of drawing air in through both nostrils with the glottis, or back of the throat held partially closed.

How to See the Aura | Explore Meditation When young children draw pictures of people, they think it quite normal to pick bright colors and scribble over different body parts. They don’t put much thought into it … They grab a pencil or crayon from the pile and scribble where it feels most appropriate. For many people, this lends credibility to their belief that it is common for children to see auras. And what do most teachers and parents do? We may boast that our children have colorful imaginations, but we may well be missing that seeing aura’s is a natural occurance, and inadvertently doing all we can to dull their psychic sense. But seeing auras is a skill that we can re-learn. Anyone can learn how to see the aura . 1. Physical Aura Viewing Let’s look at physically seeing the aura first. Mechanically, the iris is the muscle of the eye that controls the amount of light which is let through the pupil. It is said that ordinarily we use about 20% of these nerves, which is in effect, 20% of our eyes actual capacity.

Pink Ray - Pink Flame and Archangel Chamuel From the third Ray of the pink Flame we see the manifestation of the activities, intents, and wisdom of the first two rays: the first Blue Ray and the second Yellow Ray. Here we see the qualities of creativity and adjustability. Through the pink Flame the needs are expressed, plans formulated, and material is selected. This is a Ray of Divine love, tolerance, adoration, and gentleness. Pink Flame Invocations should be performed on Tuesday when this Flame is especially active, and when its manifestation reaches the highest intensity. Archangel Chamuel is an Angel of adoration and glorification. If you want to get rid of all the negative emotions, call up Archangel Chamuel. Love knows no limitations; it accepts all people just as they are. The representatives from the world of crystals for the Pink Ray (Pink Flame) are green tourmaline, jade, rose quartz and fluorite.

Ioga Wikipedia Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Prática de asana: Parshvakonasana / rája trikônásana. Nomenclaturas diferentes dependendo da linha do praticante. Ioga ou yoga [1] [2] (em sânscrito e páli: योग, IAST: yoga, AFI: [joːgə]) é um conceito que se refere às tradicionais disciplinas físicas e mentais originárias da Índia.[3] A palavra está associada com as práticas meditativas tanto do budismo quanto do hinduísmo.[4] [5] No hinduísmo, o conceito se refere a uma das seis escolas (āstika) ortodoxas da filosofia hindu e à sua meta rumo ao que esta escola determina como suas práticas.[6] [7] Um(a) praticante avançado(a) da ioga é chamado de iogue. O vocábulo ioga[editar | editar código-fonte] O termo ioga[editar | editar código-fonte] No devanágari, alfabeto utilizado no sânscrito, o termo é originalmente escrito desta forma: योग. Definições formais nas escrituras[editar | editar código-fonte] No Bagavadguitá: "É dito que Ioga é equanimidade da mente". No Ioga Sutra: "Ioga é Samadhi". Referências

The Pranic Body Dr. Swami Satyamurti Saraswati, PhD (Belfast) The nature of prana is light. It is a form of energy existing everywhere, within us and outside us. It is a force capable of being dispersed as well as concentrated within the body. According to yoga, within the physical body is a subtler body known as the pranayama kosha, which forms the subtle network through which prana flows. Researchers working with the Kirlian high voltage photographic apparatus obtain what is believed to be photographs of this subtle pranic field. The pranic field is sometimes called psi plasma due to the fact that it can be likened to the plasma (charged gases) studied in plasma physics. The five pranas "Just as an emperor posts his officials in different parts of his realm, similarly the chief prana allots functions to the lower pranas." Traditionally prana is divided into five zones in the body. 1. There is another subdivision of the pranic force called the upa pranas. Mahaprana Prana and consciousness

Aura - Learn to see your Aura image with your own eyes What is the Aura ?Everything in the Universe seems to be just a vibration. Every atom, every part of an atom, every electron, every elementary “particle”, even our thoughts and consciousness are just vibrations. Hence, we may define the Aura as a electro-photonic vibration response of an object to some external excitation (such as an ambient light for example). This definition is sufficient for the purpose of reading Auras, providing that we can train ourselves to see the Aura vibration.The most important property of the Aura seems to be the fact that it contains INFORMATION about the object.Aura around living (conscious) objects (people, plants ...) changes with time, sometimes very quickly.

Violet Ray - Violet Flame and Archangel Zadkiel The Violet Flame and the seventh Ray of light are the most tangible and most expressive of all seven light Rays and Flames in the visible world. It reflects the quality and relationship that exist between spirit and matter, and due to these properties the seventh violet Ray is sometimes called ceremonial or magical Ray, a Ray of rhythm, ritual, law and order, organization and group consciousness. The rhythm of the violet Ray builds, integrates, manifests, and circulates in our bodies. The violet Ray carries along the Divine qualities of love, mercy, compassion, spiritual transfiguration and transformation, and freedom. The color of Archangel Zadkiel's Ray is royal purple. This temple is round and very spacious. In the main temple one can be taught the art of dissolving one's own illusions and shadows, as well as the skill of invoking the higher powers. The seventh violet Ray is a Ray of purification and transformation.

The Healing Power of Your Hands | Forever Conscious Did you know that your hands hold an innate healing power that have been used for centuries? Mudras are positions of the hands that are said to influence the energy of your physical, emotional and spiritual body. Mudras have been used in the East for thousands of years and were practiced by many spiritual leaders including Buddha. Today, Mudras are still used in Yoga and meditation. Sometimes we may subconsciously place our hands into Mudra positions without even knowing it and other times we can use them to help channel and stimulate healing. There are hundreds of Mudras but here are some of the most common: 1.) The tip of the index finger touches the tip of the thumb while the other fingers remain straight. Benefits: Enhances knowledge, stimulates the pituitary and endocrine glands, increases memory, helps meditation, prevents insomnia, can boost mood and bring clarity. Practice: Any time while sitting, standing or lying in bed. 2.) Practice: Any time. 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.)