Thursday, 24 February 2011

The bardo of dreams

In general, we include in the bardo of dreams throughout the period of sleep between sleep and waking (although the periods of deep sleep without dreams are).

When we sleep, the unconscious tendencies that will manifest it through dreams habits and inclinations are generated and strengthened during the waking state.

These trends plunge an ordinary individual in a dreamlike illusion conditioned by previous actions and experiences, the dream is a direct karmic consequence.

The dream world is seen as perfectly real, insofar as we see places and people we knew at one time or another, already experienced circumstances which we aspire, or that we fear, all of which are in makes extrapolations of our lives to the waking state. The dream is experienced as all-in-fact real, objective and stable, although eminently insubstantial and impermanent, lasting sometimes for a brief moment, but where we are in the dream, it never comes to mind that this dream will stop!

As in the waking state, the underlying trends that make us consider our vision of the universe as real as we lead the production of emotions such attachment, aversion, jealousy, etc.. But if our experience of the world is somewhat illusory, let alone most dreams are like the illusion of an illusion!

However, it should mention the existence of certain premonitory dreams can announce future events, or other types of dreams that are reminiscent of previous existences referring to events deep in our past. These dreams usually occur, however illusory the early morning, just before waking.

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Yoga Nidra

The Yoga Nidra is a visualization technique in deep relaxation very similar to the slow light sleep (stage 1 and 2 of NREM sleep).

Hindus defined not two, but four states of consciousness: the first two correspond to the day and sleep, The third phase is the dream which they identified as a specific state of consciousness separate from sleep "calm".

Yoga is the fourth state called "conscious sleep" is the Yoga Nidra which is similar to a medical standpoint stage 1 (and sometimes 2) REM sleep.

In our opinion, this state of consciousness is very similar to what happens during sessions of hypnosis or relaxation therapy, when properly conducted. Note that it would be misleading to consider the Yoga Nidra as a true sleep state (so we read here and there that this is the "Master of Sleep").

However, these relaxation techniques developed over centuries by Tantric masters remain attractive as a means to relax when the stress and the elements somnotoxiques accompanied by hyper-arousal state of cerebral incompatible with sleep.

While we are careful not to proselytize vis-à-vis theories from time immemorial, but based on approximate physiological knowledge, we find it interesting to describe here that this practice can be called "visualization technique in deep relaxation" .
Some people may find a way to soothe their nervous system but we must not lose sight of that in the end, the only conditions for sleep are, above all, have to sleep and lie down comfortably and safe.

Saturday, 12 February 2011

The ten bodies

According to the ancient knowledge from yoga, we have all ten colors, minds and bodies. Each of these bodies has eight chakras, three states, five elements, a unique physiology and psychology in connection with all these elements. When you get to know you in that light and get in touch with others with a higher consciousness, you become more authentic, then you have advantage of compassion and therefore you become a better parent and partner.

The courses are based on the principles of Kundalini yoga and rely on listening to center the inner being, movement, relaxation and deep meditation. By developing a greater awareness of body, mind and spirit, you have the chance to discover your chakras and your ten body. According Surjeet Kaur, this wonderful experience will strengthen, balance and make certain aspects of your life more real.

"When you understand that you are made of ten bodies, you are well aware of them and be sure to keep in balance, which is the entire universe is in balance with you." - Yogi Bhajan

Saturday, 5 February 2011

Choosing a class

Equilibrium offers various yoga disciplines, so that each person can choose what works best to achieve its specific goals. As they are complementary, these disciplines can be practiced simultaneously. Their benefits on the physical, mental and emotional are immense. A yoga class always includes postures, movements, breathing, relaxation and meditation. Students benefit greatly from regular and diversified practice of yoga. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and bring water bottle and towel. We are confident that your experience with us will be more rewarding.

Kundalini Yoga

For the development of personal power, stamina, concentration, personal growth and vitality. It combines postures, movements, stretching, breathing and meditation and mantra to achieve a deeper awareness. For different series of yoga poses, chakras (energy centers) are awake and rebalanced.

The chakras emit a particular energy, important for health, mood and well-being. Each chakra is associated with specific aspects of our physical, emotional and mental, including our talents and abilities. We will explore how open our chakras, balance and raise their vibrations.

The spine, ligaments and muscles are strengthened and stretched to create a structure strong and flexible. In addition, glandular and nervous systems are activated and balanced, which increases the healing and vitality while strengthening the inner core of the body.

Kundalini Yoga Kirtan

Come discovers the subtle power of Naad Yoga - the "sound science" by ancient chants of mantras, from the tradition of Kundalini Yoga. The course includes warm up exercises and meditation with the gong.

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

What is spirituality?

Spirituality is to become aware of our spiritual dimension, seeking to better understand the spirit that resides in us and try to make our inner life in harmony with our daily lives.

That brings us true spirituality?

A true spiritual self-awareness will allow you to:

Meditation • Discover the real meaning of your life, its challenges, the causes of misfortune, happiness, success or failure;

• The more you know to understand the origins of your behaviors such as anger, aggression, jealousy, resentment, greed, anxiety, excessive libido, stress, etc ... and beyond;

• Avoid self-destructive attitudes such as guilt, inferiority complex, superiority, chronic dissatisfaction, and many others ...

• Have the necessary tools to really take charge of your own life and use it wisely and optimally your freedom while respecting the essence of your being;

• Set the micro-conflicts in your family and work situation;

• Avoid the pitfalls of excessive rationality that minimizes the importance of emotions and emotional intelligence;

• Eliminating the dependence on alcohol and drugs;

• Understand the need to preserve certain basic moral values such as modesty, generosity, innocence, ...

"To live and behave according to real
simple and profound spiritual values.
That's what brought me practice
Sahaj meditation daily. "

• Find the reality of a true religion (in its original sense means "link") and know the serenity, pure love, the ultimate goal of your existence.

Few people live a spiritual experience that they have mastered enough to be able to transmit it to others in a balanced manner.

The majority of those we talk about these subjects or limited to theory, or encourage us to practice excessive and even destructive.

Yet, entering the real spiritual dimension is now within reach of all the Self-Realization method of Sahaja Yoga. Do not miss this opportunity to get better, have your self-realization.