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Meditation: Antar Mouna – Ajapa Japa -Trataka. The Satyananda Yoga system offers many different traditional techniques to help the practitioner to turn the. TSYN: Antar Mouna. 14 minutes. An attempt at a more trauma-sensitive yoga nidra: heavy on choices and invitations; light on visualisation. This one is an. Mindfulness And Antar Mouna Meditation. Meditation has two main aims, the cultivation of witness consciousness, and the evolution of your.

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Refined awareness and disposal of spontaneous thoughts. The cultivated thought can be an idea, a memory or something we want to manifest. Awareness of Mental Conditioning. This stage is not guaranteed to happen, nor is it essential. Home Dictionary Tags Meditation Silence.

This is the like the spring cleaning of the mind only hopefully we do this more than once every spring! We have the opportunity to experience Supreme Reality when our thoughts, conditioning, impressions, and habits and patterns, dissolve. Antar Mouna is a structured way of learning to hone this part of the already awake mind that is present in each of us. The main focus of stage six is to observe what happens when the flow of thoughts slow and then cease.

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Acute awareness of the yogi’s chosen personal psychic symbol. It dredges up similar thoughts from the subconscious, and after a while, we have a big ball of thoughts, rather than only that first one.

The Path to Stillness, Antar Mouna.

By internalizing the senses through mluna form of meditation, the yogi observes the inner and underlying structure of the mind and thought processes. When the other thoughts surface, maintain the focus on the original thought.

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I like to escort the thought out of my mind with an exhale out through the mouth.

Before we dive into Antar Mounafirst let me define meditation or dhyana. When we are able to observe our experience of life, and of the moment, without going into an automatic reaction, we have cultivated the quality of equanimity, non-reactiveness and it is this ability that allows us freedom from the kleshas or conditioned behaviors and beliefs. The mind will still and then wander, still and then wander. However, instead of continuing to watch the progression of the movie scenes, once the thought is acknowledged, we hold it in the mind so it can attract related thoughts, feelings, and memories, just like we do in stage three.

Remember that meditation is a state, not a technique. So what exactly is the source of this thought? Part 3 August 3, Meditation Yoga Yoga Psychology 0 Comments Before you jump right into this part, begin by reading the first and second installation of mouma series on the Tantric nouna to prepare the mind for meditation, Antar Mouna.

If there are waves and ripples, the surface of the lake distorts the reflection of that which surrounds it. This inquiry into the reality project or the practice of clear seeing, takes balancing the fire mmouna tapas of self-discipline, with compassion and patience. My formal meditation practice seeps into my time off of my cushion, allowing me to take leadership within my mind, and that translates to leadership in my life.


Take it off the cushion! For example, we hear the post carrier deliver some mail and we feel: In stage two we begin to see some of the thoughts stored in the basement of our mind, our subconscious.

In both western and yoga psychology, there is an understanding of the part of the mind that is called the Witness Consciousness, or simply the Witness. To see is to have the ability to transform.

We have the same thoughts numerous sometimes hundreds times each day. Now in stage four, we give the mind more freedom and allow for spontaneous thoughts to climb onto the center stage of our awareness. mounz

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Be specific with the act of listening. What Idiscovered, when I learned about Antar Mounais that I simply needed a little prep work before the observation stage, and voila!

Becoming aware of external sensory perceptions. With refinement of the sense experience, we increase our ability to antad the more subtle components of our sensory perception and of our experience of reality.

The stuff that pops up moun the conscious mind can be surprising, and immensely beneficial in understanding our habits and patterns. We start to get a feel for our tendencies, our cycles of thoughts. I was no longer trapped in that cycle of suffering. Drawing subconscious thoughts to the surface is a deeper form of mental hygiene.