Raja yoga meditation course

Raja yoga meditation course
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Raja yoga meditation course

“Always wanted to find inner peace and escape the stress from work? Here are some great Raja Yoga techniques to calm your inner self!"

If I’m right, you are probably like most of the rest of the world-tired and stressed out and looking for a way to achieve some inner peace.

Without the right tools and information, it could take you years to find the serenity, peace and calm that you seek. Instead of wasting all that time or knocking yourself out with the old trial and error method, there is an easier way to achieve the peace and serenity that you’ve always dreamed of.

Now there’s good news ....

I won’t deny that there are a ton of courses or books out there on yoga. Unfortunately, the problem with most course/books on the subject of yoga is that they are either filled with plenty of promises and no solid techniques and strategies to back up those promises or they contain only one or two pieces of useful information and not a comprehensive look at everything you need to know to succeed in yoga.

Lessons in Raja Yoga!

Lessons in Raja Yoga breaks the mold of all the other yoga instruction books and manuals you have heard and read about. It presents solid, proven steps to help you achieve the oneness of self and understand the states of mind.

Suppose you could finally relax, feel at peace and understand the connection between mind and self?

Imagine being able to shed the daily stressful existence you currently endure and replace it with relaxing calm and serenity.

Sounds too good to be true?

It’s not and I can prove it with Lessons in Raja Yoga.

You get everything you need to understand how to implement raja yoga into your own life. Nothing, absolutely nothing, is left out.

All the fundamentals are there:

  • Cultivation of Perception
  • The Unfoldment of Consciousness
  • The Highlands and Lowlands of Mind
  • The Mental Planes
  • The Meaning of the Universe
  • Inward and Outward-turned Consciousness
  • The Mental Body
  • Mind and Self
  • Attention
  • Forthgoing and Returning
  • Purification of Bodies
  • Preparation for Yoga

Online Course: Raja yoga meditation course

Course Intro Video

Lessons

  1. In India, the Candidates for Initiation into the science of "Raja Yoga," when they apply to the Yogi Masters for instruction, are given a series of lessons designed to enlighten them regarding the nature of the Real Self, and to instruct them in the secret knowledge whereby they may develop the consciousness and realization of the real "I" within them.
    1. RULES AND EXERCISES DESIGNED TO AID THE CANDIDATE IN HIS INITIATION

      The first instruction along the line of Initiation is designed to awaken the mind to a full realization and consciousness of the individuality of the "I."
    2. THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE "I" FROM THE BODY

      Many of the Candidates find themselves prevented from a full realization of the "I" (even after they have begun to grasp it) by the confusing of the reality of the "I" with the sense of the physical body.
    3. REALIZING THE IMMORTALITY AND INVINCIBILITY OF THE EGO

      While the majority accept on faith the belief in the Immortality of the Soul, yet but few are aware that it may be demonstrated by the soul itself.
  2. LESSON II. The Ego's Mental Tools

    In the First Lesson we gave instruction and exercises designed to awaken the consciousness of the Candidate to a realization of the real "I." We confined our instructions to the preliminary teachings of the reality of the "I,"
  3. LESSON III. THE EXPANSION OF THE SELF

    In the first two lessons of this course we have endeavored to bring to the candidate a realization in consciousness of the reality of the "I," and to enable him to distinguish between the Self and its sheaths, physical and mental.
  4. LESSON IV. Mental Control

    In our first three lessons of this series, we have endeavored to bring into realization within your mind
  5. LESSON V. The Cultivation of Attention

    In our last lesson we called your attention to the fact that the Yogis devote considerable time and practice to the acquirement of Concentration.
  6. LESSON VI. Cultivation of Perception

    Man gains his knowledge of the outside world through his senses. And, consequently, many of us are in the habit of thinking of these senses as if _they_ did the sensing, instead of being merely carriers of the vibrations coming from the outside world, which are then presented to the Mind for examination. We shall speak of this at greater length a little later on in this lesson.
  7. LESSON VII. The Unfoldment of Consciousness

    We have thought it well to make a slight change in the arrangement of these lessons--that is, in the order in which they should appear.
  8. LESSON VIII. The Highlands and Lowlands of Mind

    The Self of each of us has a vehicle of expression which we call the Mind, but which vehicle is much larger and far more complex than we are apt to realize.
  9. LESSON IX. The Mental Planes

    In our last lesson we told you something about the operation of the mind outside of the field of consciousness. In this lesson we will attempt to classify these out-of-consciousness planes, by directing your attention to the several mental planes above and below the plane of consciousness.
  10. LESSON X. Sub-Consciousing

    In the Ninth Lesson we called your attention to the fact that Reasoning was not necessarily conscious in its operations, and that, in fact, a large part of the rational processes of the mind are performed below or above the field of consciousness.
  11. LESSON XI. Sub-Conscious Character Building

    In our last lesson (the Tenth Lesson) we called your attention to the wonderful work of the sub-conscious regions of mentation in the direction of the performance of Intellectual work.
  12. LESSON XII. Sub-Conscious Influences

    In this lesson we wish to touch upon a certain feature of sub-conscious mentation that has been much dwelt upon by certain schools of western writers and students during the past twenty years, but which has also been misunderstood, and, alas, too often misused, by some of those who have been attracted to the subject.

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