The meaning of Sadhana in yoga practices

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In Sanskrit, “Sadhana” means ” regular practice.” Sadhana is a central element of the philosophy of Kundalini yoga and a tool for achieving spiritual perfection. However, it can also be used to obtain certain benefits and get what you want (the desire to lose weight, heal from illness, get rid of bad habits, and promote great energy, power, and healthy mind). The essence of Sadhana consists of regular practices of the same set of actions with a focus on certain results. There is even an opinion that every day when we do not do Sadhana is a day when we lose ourselves in relation to ourselves.

So, the regular activities of Sadhana include the following elements:

-Rise before sunrise, i.e., depending on the time you like in the morning. This early awakening is decisive. Why Sadhana should begin to do so early? The time before sunrise is special. Yogis call it the time of nectar. This is the time when the world around you sleeps, and, therefore, in such silence and isolation, it will be easier for you to hear your own soul. In addition, in the early hours you are relaxed and free from the influence of negative forces, the control of the subconscious mind weak, open all energy channels. This means that all your efforts for self-improvement and spiritual development will give you the maximum result. 500 hour yoga ttc Rishikesh is a great way to learn more about yoga and meditation

-Ishaan, i.e. taking a cold shower. Taking a cold shower in the pre-dawn time, you not only commit an act of hardening and give yourself a charge of vivacity, but also “wash away” the thin body, i.e. you have a unique opportunity to get rid of” bad” karma, and improve the vector of your life.

Reading the sacred text is also the best idea to go with as in these texts lays the wisdom of many faiths and poets. It is believed that these readings develop the mind. You can also listen to “Jap JI” in the original language. This creates a special vibration that evokes associations with the sounds around you- the birdsong and adjusts you to the higher frequencies of your consciousness.

-Kriya and meditation are part of Sadhana and are considered to be the care of the body. You can choose different asanas every time, or you can practice the same ones for 40-90 days. The fact is that the formation of new habits, enlightenment just happens after about 90 days of classes. Therefore, if for Sadhana you have chosen Kriya or meditation aimed at a certain turning point in your life, practice it regularly during the mentioned period.

The chanting of mantras is the final spiritual part of the Sadhana, which should be given about an hour. One of the most influential yogis of the 21st century Yogi Bhajan selected for this part of the Sadhana special mantras that are designed to prepare the mind for the age of Aquarius. These mantras also tune the seven energy centers-the chakras-and the aura. Ideally, such mantras should be sung to live accompaniment if you are doing Sadhana.

Thus, a total of Sadhana to last for about two and a half hours and at first glance, it seems that this is a very long time but, considering that you get up early, it practically does not take away from you the most active day. Giving this time to the development of spirituality, you get high productivity during the day. Of course, ideally you should start Sadhana every day, but even if you practice it at least once a week, it will give you a new self. In addition to single practices, be sure to try group Sadhana, for example, during yoga tours as this gives participants the opportunity to exchange energy and to achieve even greater results. If you want to become a certified yoga teacher then you can join 200 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh India and start your own yoga studio.

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