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Raja Yoga is the technique of union through mental concentration. The power of this set depends on the mental focus of the pranic energy channeled by the breath. Once the energy is raised along the silver chord (pituitary to pineal gland), the finite consciousness can fly into the sense of infinity, which is the basic need and heritage of the soul. This is why you chant Hum, we, followed by Ong, infinite creative consciousness. 1. Long Deep Breathing.
Forest Ambiance (Brain Power). Sweet Piano (Yoga Poses).
Raja Yoga means yoga to become a king – a master over yourself. It also means union with God. The aim of Raja Yoga is to discipline the mind, sharpen the intellect and to have full control over the bodily senses. The Power of Zeal and Enthusiasm.
And Samyama IS Energy Enhancement, 1000 times faster on the Path of Enlightenment.
In Sanskrit texts, Rāja yoga (/ˈrɑːdʒə ˈjoʊɡə/) was both the goal of yoga and a method of attaining it. The term also became a modern name for the practice of yoga, when in the 19th-century Swami Vivekananda equated raja yoga with the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Since then, Rāja yoga has variously been called "royal yoga", "royal union", "sahaj marg", "classical yoga", and "aṣṭāṅga yoga". Rāja (Sanskrit: राज) means "chief, best of its kind" or "king".
Far above and beyond these half-techniques lie the eight limbs of raja yoga, the Vedic science of controlling the body, breath and mind, progressing to awakening the subtle energy currents in the body and ultimately extinguishing the individual ego in silent bliss. It's the direct road to spiritual awakening-far more potent, if less glamorous, than magick.
Non-attention is the best response to unwanted thoughts, as thoughts without our attention have no power. With practice, as we learn to regulate the mind, mental chatter gradually disappears and we become more receptive to the guiding influence of the heart. Mind and heart thus begin to work together in a balanced way. As our practice deepens, we learn to maintain this balanced state in the midst of life’s activities.