Vyayama Yoga (The Art of Dynamic Breathing)

Vyayama Yoga (The Art of Dynamic Breathing)

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Item Code: IHF033
Author: Javier Plazas
Publisher: New Age Books
Edition: 2008
ISBN: 9788178221748
Pages: 170 (Illustrated Throughout In B/W)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.5” X 5.5
Weight 250 gm
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Vyayama Yoga is an energetic and curative exercise easy to practice by any person of any age. Its exercise are easy to perform and provide great benefits due to the continuous coordination between movement and breath.

Even though it originated in ancient India prior to the time of Buddha the persecution the masters and the schools were subjected to firstly by the Muslim and then by the British Raj helped contributed to its disappearance.

The basis of its knowledge is found in many tantra texts but only a few direct vestiges have survived and have been passed down through time such as certain sculpture and carving in some temples of India.

This book will become a historical document for being the first mythological Vyayama book ever published not only is Spain but in the whole world.

The book will open the door to a universe of possibilities capable of improving and transforming the quality of life health and well being of the practitioner.

Master Swami Shankarananda Belonging to the order Saraswati and whose family name is Javier Plazas was born in Grananda Spain 1959 from a very young age he become interested in Yoga and in 1974 he met Swami Vishnu Devananda from whom he would receive Brahmacharya Diksha. One year later he met who would become his Brahma Vidya Guru Shri Swami Tilak Paramahamsa from whom he received Sannyasa diksha and with whom he studied in an uninterrupted way the profound knowledge of Dharma through the Vedic Shastras Advaita Vedanta Philosophy History of Orientalism Yoga Vyayama and Ayurveda. In 1985 Shri Gurudev Swami Tilakji took Mahasamadhi in the company of Swami Shankarnanada surrendering to him last vital breath.

Introduction

The literal translation of the world Vyayama is to tame the inner breath. This Sanskrit term is composed to two words yama which means to same and vya, which means to stimulate to incite.

Vyayama Yoga is the discipline that teachers you to tame the energy that comes from air through breathing.

Its different meanings show us the depth of the technique :

Drag and brake down any solid subtle or mental structure
Separate essential elements filling the core
Fight between bodies
Struggle to achieve a goal
Warrior combat
That which enables you to successfully make efforts
Efforts for self-improvement

In all of these definitions we find a common denominator expression of force in combination with breath that gives a character of energetic exercise providing the possibility to model the body and strengthen in a notable way.

Breath control causes different amounts of oxygen consumption combustion and hence different amounts of energy production to apply to body movement.

One of the basic principles of the practice is that all movements must have its origin in breathing. This means that all the movements have to be coordinated by a concrete type of breathing. The importance of this coordination is based as previously stated, in a better utilization of body energy which comes from nutrients and directly from breathing.

The effective control of breathing is one of the most important capabilities of the human being. We could be forty days without eating far fewer without water but we could barley sustain life some minutes without breathing. Breathing is the primal source of nourishment in our lives and the basis of all the processes that support life.

Breath control means achieving the capacity to control our vital processes and unveil the key to contain our energy. There is an intimate connection between body mind and energy the alteration of one influence the other two. Through Vyayama Yoga practice we learn to control breathing and with that the movement of our mind.

Keeping in mind the previous concepts it is not strange that this ancient practice was being utilized in India (Bharata Varsha) as the essential training for warriors yogis practitioners of martial arts dancers and performers.

Contents

Dedication vii
Prologue ix
Introduction xi
Fundamental Knowledge of Vyayama Yoga 1
Origins and roots of Vyayama Yoga 1
Vyayama Yoga today 2
General benefits 3
Five requirements fro practice 4
Other important principles 5
The Two essences of Vyayama Yoga 6
The three types of Vyayama yoga 6
Practice dynamics 7
Forms 7
Essential Learning’s 9
Learning breathing 9
Breathing in Vyayama Yoga 11
Breathing and the body 12
Breathing and the mind 13
Breathing and the spirit 14
Learning body Energy purification 15
Body energy purification series 17
Learning relaxation 36
Learning Positive thought 38
Learning contemplation 41
Learning Samyama Meditation 42
Learning awareness of the three bodies 46
Learning the Ignition of the six Powers 50
Ignition of the Six Powers set of Exercise 57
Learning of the healing energy 72
Learning the invocation of the power of the three gods and the three goddesses 76
The sounds of Vyayama Yoga The mantric force 78
Complementary Knowledge 89
Mudras the driving gestures 89
Vyayama Yoga applications 90
Advice about practice91
Ten movements that strengthen the essential energy nucleus 92
Japanese three Serenities 109
The Five essential Movements Series 120
Salutations Series 127
The traditional School of Vyayama Yoga 135
My Master Shri Swami Tilak Paramahamsa 137
Air eaters 145
Glossary of Sanskrit Terms 151
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