An unique book on Yoga covering not only Asana, Pranayama, Mudras, Bandhas, Hata Yoga Kriyas but also revealing the Spiritual dimension of Yoga. This book will be useful for the yoga practitioners, yoga enthusiasts and yoga teachers. For the ease of practice, the book as been classified in to various levels and are given in the pictorial form at the end. The book was published by Prism Book House in India and is available on line at:
Yoga means Transformation. Transformation means change. When I attempt to change I realise that change is the changeless law of nature. Changes are always taking place all levels natural level , physical level, level of weather. The difference is Any change that is intelligent and deliberate is transformation. Certain changes like growing old, no special effort is needed. It happens on its own but to grow old gracefully, I need great deal of thinking and acting, for me yoga helped lot to towards my transformation.
During my childhood I always saw my father Late Shri Pyarelal Chauhan doing his daily routine of yoga exercises and meditation every morning between 4 and 6 am. I used to join him during my holidays times and saw it as a normal thing one should do always to lead a disciplined life to attain the desired peace of mind and balanced life. In 2006 I met Shri Rajendra and it revived all my childhood memories and I joined him in the process of leading a healthy and disciplined life. Vasudeva Kriya yoga has provided me a platform where I can serve the community by spreading the importance of healthy life with high thinking in knowing our goals and attains them. Pranayama controls the mind and proves the vitality and ultimately happiness and calmness. Long Live Vasudeva Kriya Yoga.
This asana improves digestion, activates manipura chakra, cures stomach related problems and strengthens wrists, hands and the abdominal muscles.
Caution: People with hands and stomach problems should do this asana with caution. First timers, should do this asana under supervision.
Sheetakari means cooling with a hissing sound.
This is a laghu (light) pranayama and is beneficial on hot days. It cools the body, relaxes the mind, reduces stress and increases body immunity, health and the glow on the face. It helps to overcome hunger and thirst. People with insomnia will find this pranayama beneficial.