Yoga

 (yoga & Aum)

Smriti (ā¤¸āĨā¤ŽāĨƒā¤¤ā¤ŋ)

Learn how to stay present and focused in the moment through mindfulness practices like meditation and breathing techniques.

Shanti (ā¤ļā¤žā¤‚ā¤¤ā¤ŋ)

Discover inner peace and calmness through the practice of yoga and meditation.

Anushtirasana (ā¤…ā¤¨āĨā¤ˇāĨā¤ ā¤ŋā¤°ā¤žā¤¸ā¤¨)

Improve your physical flexibility through the practice of yoga postures, or asanas.

Samatva (ā¤¸ā¤Žā¤¤āĨā¤ĩ)

Find balance in your body and mind through the practice of yoga poses and meditation.

Balavan (ā¤Ŧā¤˛ā¤ĩā¤žā¤¨)

Build physical and mental strength through the practice of yoga postures and meditation.

Punarjanma (ā¤ĒāĨā¤¨ā¤°āĨā¤œā¤¨āĨā¤Ž)

Renew your energy and rejuvenate your body and mind through yoga and meditation practices.

  1. Surya Namaskar, also known as Sun Salutation, is a sequence of yoga asanas that is performed in a particular order to express gratitude to the sun, which is considered a source of life and energy. It consists of 12 yoga postures that are practiced in a flowing manner, with synchronized breath and movement.

    Here are the 12 postures of Surya Namaskar:

    1. Pranamasana (Prayer Pose)
    2. Hasta Uttanasana (Raised Arms Pose)
    3. Padahastasana (Standing Forward Bend)
    4. Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)
    5. Dandasana (Stick Pose)
    6. Ashtanga Namaskara (Eight Limbed Salute)
    7. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
    8. Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose)
    9. Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)
    10. Padahastasana (Standing Forward Bend)
    11. Hasta Uttanasana (Raised Arms Pose)
    12. Tadasana (Mountain Pose)

    Surya Namaskar is believed to have many benefits for both physical and mental health. It is known to improve flexibility, increase strength, enhance digestion, and boost overall energy levels. Additionally, regular practice of Surya Namaskar is said to promote mental clarity, reduce stress, and improve concentration. It is usually practiced in the morning, facing the sun, and can be modified to suit individual abilities and fitness levels.

    • Chandra Namaskar, also known as Moon Salutation, is a series of yoga postures that pay tribute to the energy and qualities of the moon.
    • It is a gentle and meditative sequence that can be practiced in the evening or on days when the energy level is low.
    • Chandra Namaskar consists of 14 postures, including standing, balancing, forward bending, and twisting poses.
    • The sequence begins and ends with the Anjali Mudra (prayer pose) and includes several poses that involve stretching the spine and hips, such as the Low Lunge, Crescent Moon, and Half Camel.
    • Chandra Namaskar helps to balance the nervous system, calm the mind, and regulate the endocrine system, which is responsible for hormone production.
    • It can also improve flexibility, circulation, and digestion, and relieve stress and anxiety.
    • Chandra Namaskar is suitable for all levels of practitioners, including beginners, and can be modified for individuals with injuries or limitations.
    • It is recommended to practice Chandra Namaskar under the guidance of a qualified yoga teacher to ensure proper alignment and safety.

    By incorporating Chandra Namaskar into your yoga practice, you can honor the calming and soothing qualities of the moon and experience the physical and mental benefits of this gentle sequence.

Meditation

 (Aum)

JSK Do not recommend
say any random kind of meditation Gayatri mantra Japa. without proper Diksha.
we Suggest Krishna Japa | Rama Japa

  1. Krishna japa is a form of devotional meditation that involves the repetition of the name of Lord Krishna. Here is a brief overview of Krishna japa:

    1. Find a quiet place to sit and practice your japa meditation.

    2. Begin by taking a few deep breaths and setting your intention to focus on the divine energy of Lord Krishna.

    3. Use a mala or rosary to keep count of your repetitions of the Krishna mantra, such as “Hare Krishna” or “Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya.”

    4. Start by reciting the mantra aloud or whispering it to yourself. Gradually move towards repeating it silently in your mind.

    5. As you repeat the mantra, try to let go of any distracting thoughts and focus your mind on the divine qualities of Lord Krishna, such as his love, compassion, and wisdom.

    6. Continue your japa meditation for as long as you like, whether it’s for a few minutes or an hour.

    7. Finally, when you’re ready to end your meditation, take a few deep breaths and give thanks to Lord Krishna for his presence in your life.

    Krishna japa is a powerful form of meditation that can help you connect with the divine energy of Lord Krishna and experience a deeper sense of peace and joy in your life.

    • Rama Japa is a spiritual practice in Hinduism that involves the repetition of the name of Lord Rama. It is a form of devotional meditation and is believed to have the power to purify the mind and bring inner peace.

      Here is a brief overview of Rama Japa:

      1. Choose a quiet and peaceful place where you can sit comfortably.

      2. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths to relax your mind and body.

      3. Begin chanting the name “Rama” in a slow and steady rhythm, either out loud or silently.

      4. Focus your attention on the sound of the mantra and try to let go of any distracting thoughts.

      5. Repeat the mantra for at least 10-15 minutes, gradually increasing the duration over time.

      6. As you chant, visualize the image of Lord Rama in your mind’s eye, and feel a sense of connection and devotion to him.

      7. After you finish the chanting, sit in silence for a few moments and allow the energy of the practice to settle within you.

      By regularly practicing Rama Japa, one can experience a deeper sense of connection with the divine and cultivate a more peaceful and joyful state of mind.

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