Yoga Meditation: To go BEYOND the “HERE AND NOW” happens when you bring the mind in a HERE, by keeping the mind in a space. Allowing the HERE to become subtler and subtler and being unaffected, undisturbed, and uninvolved with what happens in the NOW, mind is lead BEYOND the HERE AND NOW as Pure Consciousness is beyond time (now), space (here), and causality (the dance of here and now) Therefore it is the HERE that brings you to BEYOND
Non-dual Consciousness and Practice:
This video will show you the apparent paradox of non-dual Consciousness and practice. How do they go together? If there is only one formless non-dual consciousness, why should you do practice? Consciousness is all there is! But as long as the attachment is there to the appearing manifestations that seem to exist within the formless non-dual Consciousness there appears to be a path to follow and practices to do. Therefore watch to video to inspire you to do practice so that you can dive into non-dual formless Consciousness……read more
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What is Yoga as Meditation?
Created by Swami Jnaneshvara and Swami Ma Tripurashakti
An increasing number of postural yoga teachers and students are exploring the more traditional meaning of yoga practices as methods of meditation and contemplation intended to lead to Self-realization, or enlightenment, awakening to the ever peaceful, joyous center of consciousness which is one with the absolute reality. This course is designed to be an introduction to that process, to the fact that yoga really does mean “union” of the individual self with the universal Self. The course has 62 lessons and 7.5 hours of material. We hope you enjoy the course. Please share this link with others who may find it interesting and useful.
In loving service,
“Holding the great bow of Upanishadic wisdom, the aspirant should fix the arrow of mind, sharpened with meditation, on its target. Draw the string with full absorption and shoot at the target. O my friend, remember immutable, eternal Truth alone is the target.”
“AUM is the bow, atman (individual self) is the arrow; Brahman (universal self) is the target. Aim precisely and, like an arrow become merged with the target.”
“Two identical birds that are eternal companions perch in the very same tree. One eats many fruits of various tastes. The other only witnesses without eating.”