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Ancient Indian Yoga

A group to discuss the energetic transformation (alchemic process) of the individual by using precise methods found in ancient Indian yoga.

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8 Yoga Mudras To Overcome Any Ailments

Started by Adam Kadmon. Last reply by Michele D. Obezo Dec 28, 2014. 4 Replies

Yoga is not only an exercise but a form of spiritual practice to improve you physical, mental and spiritual…Continue

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Yoga Postures for Seven Chakras

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Book Review of Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth by Peter KelderI've come across something referred to as the fountain…Continue

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Alchemist
Comment by cynthia low on August 28, 2013 at 7:00pm

I have been practicing traditional Ashtanga Yoga and Pranayama for more than 25 years, and I have found it to be truly an alchemical experience in which my perfected physical and subtle bodies are unfolded again again again... The last three years I have added an Alchemical Diet to my practice. I consume only very small amounts of highly concentrated superfoods, ie Shilajit, Elk Antler Fluff, and chlorella,  That with Miso and a piece of fresh local fruit in season is pretty much it.  I am working towards eliminating solid food altogether eventually.  With this diet my yoga is soaring, my dreaming is lucid, I am making good decisions and manifesting in the worldly existence.  This human body is the New Jerusalem!  We can ascend and transcend if we put aside the nostalgia of belief systems that dictate how a human  "should " eat.

Eat Light, Be Light!   Enjoy, laugh,  love


Mystic
Comment by Lightdragon on February 21, 2013 at 6:02am

Does anyone practice kundalini yoga?  I just started and i find it hard, not physically, but it makes me dizzy and actually somewhat nauseous at times.  is that something one gets used to with all the fire breathing, or do I need to ground myself more?  I work a lot with the kundalini energies and the chakras are all open. 

Comment by Rafael Sonox on December 10, 2011 at 2:32pm

I used to practice yoga only as a physical exercise,but now I discovered deeper levels which transformed everything in and out.Mantras visualisation,breathing,etc. I would love to explore this science for the rest of my life!And be able to learn from your wisdom!

Comment by Anoop kumar on August 26, 2011 at 3:41am
sir,being a south Indian i would like to know where that temple is.
Comment by fern parrington on April 30, 2011 at 10:47am
I have been praticing yoga for over 10 years as part of my spiritual practice .. i have been on the quet for the original yoga. I work with ashtanga yoga and metta vipanasa and other various form of spiritual training.. i have a liftime of training and pratices as part of my life school trianing. I found so far that the ashtanga yoga is the closest to the original yoga besides toaist practices. Every time i have planned to go to india to find the answers some circumstance has stopped me.. my lessons come to me through sychronisity and i just go with the flow of my spiritual trianing. daily yoga... meditation ritual work, energetic healing continual education kabala meditation ect
 
 
 

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