Showing posts with label Yogic Geastures. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Yogic Geastures. Show all posts

24 Yoga Dharanas


1. Focus the mind on something inside or beyond the body. Maintain the position for a while. Dharana is my name. You'll have to do something on a regular basis. Dharana is the foundation of Laya-Yoga.

2. Purify the mind first by doing Yama, Niyama, and Dharana, and then move on to Dharana.
 Concentration is useless if it is not pure. Concentration is a skill that certain occultists possess. They, on the other hand, have no decent character. That is why they have not made much spiritual gains.

3. Those who have a steady Asana and have cleansed the Yoga Nadis will find it easier to focus. If you eliminate all distractions, the concentration would be intense. A real Brahmachari who has maintained his Veerya would be able to concentrate extremely well.

4. Some rash, eager students rush into Dharana without first completing the required ethical preparation. This is a huge mistake. The value of ethical perfection cannot be overstated.

5. You should focus on any of the seven Chakras on the inside and any Devata, Hari, Krishna, or Devi on the outside.

6. Focus requires a high level of attention. He who has honed his focus capacity will be able to concentrate well. A man packed with love and all kinds of wonderful impulses can hardly focus on something for more than a second. Like a monkey, his mind would be racing.

7. He who has mastered Pratyahara (withdrawing the senses from the objects) will be able to focus well. You'll need to take the spiritual journey one step at a time, stage by stage. To begin, lay the foundation of Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, and Pratyahara. Only then can Dharana and Dhyana's superstructure be successful.

8. You should be able to see the focus of concentration clearly even though it is not there. You must be able to recall the mental image at all time. You should be able to do this without too much hassle if you have decent concentration skills.

9. You should focus on the tick-tock sound of a watch, the flame of a candle, or some other object that is appealing to the mind in the early stages of meditation. This is an example of concrete focus. There will be no focus until the mind has anything to rest on.
A fun thing may be set in the head. Fixing the mind on any object that it dislikes is extremely difficult at first.

10. You must reduce your worldly habits if you wish to improve your concentrating capacity. Every day, for at least two hours, you must observe Mouna.

11. Concentrate on the object of focus until the mind is well founded on it.
Carry the eye back to the object as it wanders away.

12. The other senses are disabled when focus is strong and heavy. A individual with tremendous psychic abilities who practices focus for one hour a day has tremendous psychic abilities. He'll have a good desire to succeed.

13. Vedantins attempt to retrain the mind to focus on Atman. Their Dharana is this. Hatha and Raja Yogins focus their attention on the six Chakras. Bhaktas are solely focused on their Ishta Devata. Other meditation objects are identified in Trataka and Laya Yoga. Both aspirants must be able to concentrate.

14. Focus practitioners progress rapidly. They can complete any task faster and more efficiently. What some can do in six hours can be accomplished in half an hour by anyone with a focused mind. Concentration purifies and calms raging impulses, activates mind currents, and clarifies concepts. Concentration often aids a person's material advancement.
In his office or business-house, he can produce excellent results. What was previously cloudy and hazy becomes simpler and definite; what was previously complicated becomes simple; and what was previously nuanced, befuddling, and confounding becomes easily graspable. Concentration allows you to do something. Nothing is difficult for someone who practices focus on a daily basis.
Concentration is needed for clairvoyance, clairaudience, mesmerism, hypnotism, thought-reading, music, mathematics, and other sciences.

15. Find a peaceful place to retreat to. Close your eyes for a moment. When you dream about an apple, see what happens.
You might consider its color, form, and scale, as well as different sections such as the skin, pulp, and seeds. You might consider the countries from which it is manufactured, such as Australia or Kashmir. Its acidic or sweet flavor, as well as its effects on the digestive system and blood, can come to mind. Other fruits' ideas can also attempt to join into the rule of association. The mind might start to entertain any other unrelated thoughts. It could start to stray. It might consider seeing a friend at 4 p.m. at the Railway Station. It might consider buying a towel, a tin of tea, or some biscuits. You should strive to follow a clear path of thinking. There should be no pause in the thought process. You must not entertain any other thoughts that are unrelated to the current subject. The ego will do everything it can to stay in its old grooves. You'll have to put in a lot of effort at first. It's a little like trying to climb a steep slope. When you achieve concentration success, you will be overjoyed and overjoyed.

16. Just as physical laws such as gravity and cohesion exist in the physical universe, definite mental laws such as association, relativity, and contiguity operate in the mental plane or thought-world. These rules should be well understood by those who practice concentration.
When the mind considers an entity, it can also consider its attributes and components. When it considers a source, it can also consider its consequence.

17. You will get new ideas each time you read the Bhagavad Gita or the Vicar of Wakefield with attention. You can gain knowledge by concentrating. In the realm of mental consciousness, subtle esoteric interpretations will emerge. You will comprehend the metaphysical significance's inner depth.

18. Don't fight your mind while you're concentrating on an object. Tension can be avoided in the body. Continuously think about the object in a gentle way. When one is starving and recovering from an acute illness, it is very difficult to practice concentration.

19. Don't be bothered if feelings interfere with your focus. They're going to die too. You'll have to tax your willpower if you want to scare them further. Get a nonchalant manner. The Vedantin uses the formula "I am a Sakshi with mental adjustments" to push away emotions. It makes no difference to me. “Get out of here.” The Bhakta actually prays, and God responds with assistance.

20. Develop a good habit of focusing on a variety of objects, both gross and subtle, of different sizes, over time. When you sit down to concentrate, the mood will come to you quickly and effortlessly.

21. Focus is needed when reading a novel. It's pointless to skim through the pages in a rushed way. One page could suffice. Bring the book to a close. Pay attention to what you've read. Find parallel lines in the Gita, Upanishads, and other sacred texts.

22. At first, the process of concentrating is disgusting and exhausting for a neophyte. In his mind and brain, he would carve fresh grooves. He develops a strong interest after a period of time, say two or three months. He's experiencing a different kind of pleasure. The only way to get rid of the miseries and tribulations is to concentrate. Your only responsibility is to gain discipline, and it is by concentration that you can achieve the ultimate beatitude, Self-realization. When it comes to concentration, charity and Rajasuya Yajna are nothing.

23. Do not want to fulfill impulses that emerge in the subconscious. As soon as they appear, reject them. Desires may be diminished over time by gradual exercise. The mind's modifications would now be greatly reduced.

24. You must eliminate all behavioral weaknesses, superstitions, and erroneous and incorrect Samskaras. Only then would you be able to focus your thoughts.