Yoga Dhyana VCD

Yoga Dhyana VCD

New Yoga VCD for dahn (dhyan) By Swami Ramdev ji in Hindi

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This VCD provides you with all the knowledge that you need in order to practice Dhyana Yoga. This helps us to prepare ourselves for how this is to be performed and what are the ways to reach the spiritual tranquility. Yoga Dhyana is the Seventh limbs of Yoga. This Dhyana is also known as Devotion. Dhyana is the seventh limb of Ashtanga Yoga. Dhyana means to worship, or profound and abstract religious meditation. It is perfect contemplation. It involves concentration upon a point of focus with the intention of knowing the truth about it. During Dhyana, the consciousness is further unified by combining clear insights into distinctions between objects and between the subtle layers of veils that surround intuition. Practiced regularly one can differentiate between the mind of the perceiver, the means of perception, and the objects perceived, between words, their meanings, and ideas, and between all the levels of evolution of the nature. One must understand both subject and object clearly in order to perceive their similarities, for a clear grasp of real identity of two apparently different things requires a clear grasp of their seeming difference.

During Dharana the mind is moving in one direction like a quiet river and nothing else is happening. In Dhyana, one becomes involved with a particular thing so a link is established between self and object. In other words, you perceive a particular object and at the same time continuously communicate with it. Dharana must precede Dhyana, because the mind needs focusing on a particular object before a connection can be made. Dharana is the contact, and Dhyana is the connection. One must identify and become "one with" the object in your thoughts in order to know for certain the truth about it. In Dhyana, the consciousness of the practitioner is in one flow; it is no longer fixed on one subject as in Dharana.

Dhyana Yoga produces a state of tranquility. It cleanses the subconscious, develops concentration, clears the mind, and brings about various stages of unified communion with God. Practicing Dhyana Yoga allows the person to calm his mind and allow him/her to look at the outside world without any distractions. This enables him/her to reach a heightened level of awareness. Meditation, consciousness, and experience, are all but a single unity.

The benefits Of Dhyana yoga are:

  1. On physical level, Dhyana Yoga helps each cell in the body to refresh and regenerate itself.
  2. Dhyana Yoga is a system that, in the form of meditation, tranquilizes the body and mind.
  3. In the process of meditation, we calm the mind that leads to the realignment our inner self to the right path only when Dhyana Yoga is practiced.
  4. Moreover, Dhyana Yoga improves your ability to analyze your emotions objectively, and the way you react in certain situation.
  5. Dhyana Yoga Meditation lessens thoughts that give rise to worries, and result in spending a simple and fulfilled life.
  6. Dhyana Yoga enables us to contemplate on important things that we are connecting with the inner self. It also cut shorts too many distractions from our life.
  7. In Dhyana Yoga the mind becomes so occupied with a particular subject (God) that it concentrates deeply in to find the underlying differences, making a connection of the mind to a particular object.
  8. While practicing Dhyana, the consciousness of the practitioner flows in the subject and helps in becoming one with the same. The mind is totally observed in the point of focus while concentrating on the same.
  9. Dhyana Yoga also facilitates digestion and makes respiration more efficient as well as improves circulation and quality of blood.