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These downloads are a small present for all seekers and yogis.
I have collected some practice material from our school for your personal use.
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Introduction to Kriyās
Kriyā is an action, something one does, externally or internally. Yet it is also a discipline, so it is an action with intention. This means that a kriyā is an action, or a set of actions, aimed at achieving a particular goal. kriyā is also mudrā, when mudrā is performed with a set of inner actions that take place in a state of pratyāhāra (internalisation)....
Ājñā is the command. It is not only the place from which one commands one’s own being, but more the place from where one receives the command of the supreme. This command is your purpose of being. Meditative contemplation about your true mission of being is therefore the greatest Kriyā of the command (ājñā).
Pandey ji Prana Series
Everything starts with the belly, when the diaphragm is open the energy from the lower centers can rise to the heart. This is the transformation from the lower triangle to the higher. If the diaphragm is closed there can be no success in yoga This is an easy but yet very advanced exercise. It will give you the power to shine and make you rise effortlessly..
Approximately 60 minutes.
COPYRIGHT NOTE. Dear Yogi. This material is completely free for private use, if one wants to use it commercially, the author must be accredited by being mentioned. The author must be mentioned as "Matsya Yoga Academy - yogamatsya.com"
“By practice of Pranayama the dross of the nadis are eliminated from the body through the many channels. It can be concluded that the toxins in the body are removed if one’s inhalation exhalation and retention are long, even and effortless.”
- Yoga Rahasya -
“‘Cessation’ (nirodha) of the mind was taught by previous masters [like Patanjali] through the yoga of renunciation [of the mind and senses] and arduous practice. Here I will teach a cessation that is effortless.”
- Svabodhodaya mañjarī -
“Always or during the three Sandhis (morning, afternoon and evening), practice the control of Prana. All those who practice Pranayama regularly who regard Pranayama as their goal and who have been purified through Pranayama, attain liberation.”
- Yoga Yajnavalkya -