Pulling

In tscg(kyil) (with the knees) apart, > f 0. Sit with the soles of your feet together, your knees wide apart and 1. Inhaling forcefully, raise your arms straight over your head, opening the chest, and extend your legs forward. 2. Exhaling forcefully, put your right hand on your left knee and with vour left hand grasp the sole O your left foot from the outer side. 3. Inhaling forcefully, raise the extended left leo. 4. Exhaling forcefully, bend the left leg, bringing the side of the left foot...

Amas

TChi central section of the text, which concerns the fundamental series of prdndydmas and yantras, consists of a concise explanation and detailed instructions about rhe practice. Regarding the concise explanation, we read ' qyj' gi - s 3' i 11 V3J- i or & TOT As the root of Yantra is prana, one has to practice the five series of yantras applying the seven types of breathing open hold, directed hold, closed hold, contracted hold, empty hold, smooth and rough (breathing). The root or...

Basic Movement

In tsogkyil with the soles of your feet joined together, exhaling quickly push your heels towards the top of your head for one and a half cycles tense (your body) and remain empty (in a shape ) like a jewel. 0. Sir with the soles of your feet together, your knees wide apart and 1. Inhaling in four counts, raise your arms over your head opening 2. Iixhaling in four counts, lower your forearms bringing your elbows under the hollows of your knees and grasp your heels keeping your feet firmly...

Inhaling Quickly press the chin and raise the buttocks

Sit on your heels with the top of the feet on the ground. 1. Inhaling in two counts, raise your arms straight over your head, 2. Exhaling in two counts, sit on the ground raising your knees and placing your hands made into fists at your sides,8 3. Inhaling quickly in two counts, forcefully press your chin into the neck and push the pelvis upward, remaining raised on the fists and toes, with your torso straight. 4. Keeping the air below the navel in closed hold for two counts, tense your whole...

Tightening

With the legs extended, open your fingers and tighten the joints and sense organs. 0. Sit with your legs extended forward and your hands on your knees. 1. Inhaling forcefully,53 raise your arms straight over your head, opening the chest and shoulders. 2. Exhaling forcefully, lower your arms bringing the hands to chest 3. Inhaling forcefully, open the joints of your fingers and toes, and 4. l-xhaling forcefully, contract tightening them. Specifically, pull the root of your tongue downward and...

The Pranayama

The method for mastering the kumbhalta through the four pwfbund applications. Sitting in the seven-point Vairoeana posture, with your right hand touch your left knee, then your right knee, then your chest. then click your fingers. Sit in the seven-point Vairocana posture, and, after thoroughly exhaling the stale air by means of the ninefold exercise, with your right hand touch your left knee, then your right knee, then your chest and finally click your fingers above vour right knee with a...

Movement for Training

For training, lower the top of your head to the ground and apply a contracted hold. 0. As in the basic movement. Sit with your legs extended forward and your hands on your knees. Initial Phase 1. As in the basic movement. Inhaling in four counts, extend your arms over your head opening your chest. 2. As in the basic movement. Exhaling in four counts, join your knees and open your feet apart, each on its side, about two cubits place vour elbows on the ground beside your knees with your palms in...

The Five Series

In conclusion, pive sets of yantras arc combined with the method of the Four Characteristic Conditions of the Breath, which emphasizes the open hold five sets of yantras are combined with the method of the Four Profound Applications, which emphasizes the directed hold five sets of yantras are combined with the Secret Breathing for Directing the Prana into the Central Channel, which emphasizes the closed hold five sets of yantras are combined with the method of the Smooth Breathing with Seven i...

Extending the Ankles afcvq qjp q

Extending the Ankles standing, extend the leg t bend it to the left and kick out. 0. Stand with your legs parallel and your arms at your sides. 1. Inhaling slowly and directly, raise your arms rotating them from below upward and then lower them, finally resting your hands on your hips with the fingers pointing forwards and the thumbs backwards. 2. Holding the air. extend your right leg to the right, then bend it and place the sole of the foot at the top of your left thigh and massage the whole...

Dahn Yoga Cycle

Shambhavi Mudra

The fourth triad or yantras, gaining Suspended like a Vulture, is for applying 230 ft Sbxjt Breathing Directing the PrAna iwto the Central Cm In tsogpu, raise your buttocks and push pour knees back and your torso forward, wrap your hands back behind your ankles and remain bound in the yogin posture. Applying a contracted hold for one complete nek rch vour torso and remain suspended like ti vulture. 0. Sit with the soles of your feet together, your knees wide apart and 1. Inhaling in four...

Closing the Armpits

Unmani Mudra

Closing the Armpits with half-crossed legs and knees wide apart, extend and bend the arms and beat. 0. Sit with the soles of your feet together, your knees wide apart and 1. Inhaling slowly and directly, make the vajra fists and starting from your knees, forcefully rub along your thighs and sides up to your 2. Holding the air, extend your arms energetically out to the sides and bend them back hitting vour fists on your shoulders. Again extend your .irms out to the sides, and bend them back...

Side

Sit with your legs extended forward and your hands on your knees. Initial Phase 1. As in the basic movement inhaling in tour counts, extend your 2. Exhaling in four counts, bend your legs keeping them close together and in tscgpu, tilt vour knees to the right, place your right armpit on the outer side of your left knee and with your hand clenched in a fist, wrap your right arm around your back from the right side and lower vour 3. Inhaling in four counts, raise your...

The Entwined Lotus

Yoga Entwined Arms

The Entwined Lotus wrap your hands back and grasp the sides ojyo feet, unite the pranas for one complete cycle and draw your sides in extend your arms back and lower your forehead to the ground. 0. Sit with your logs extended forward and your hands on your knees. 1. Inhaling in tour counts, extend your arms over your head and cross your legs in the vajra posture. 2. Exhaling in tour counts, extend your arms straight back behind you and lower your forehead to the ground in front of you. 3....

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Dove Pose Yoga

The Smooth Breathing with Seven Limbs. The posture is the cross-legged pose with the fists placed on the thighs, wearing the meditation belt and Straightening your back, torso and arms. Sitting in the Lotus posture, straighten your torso and hack. Pass the meditation belt over the place where your legs cross, thus tight-cning the secret placed Put your vajra lists at the base of your thighs, and forcefully stretching your torso and opening your shoulders, straighten your arms as much as you...

Rotating

Yantra Yoga

With the legs extended and apart, rotate your elbows and ankles. 0. Sit with your logs extended forward with a distance of one span between the heels, the toes turned outward, and your hands on your knees with the palms facing upward. 1. Inhaling forcefully, opening the chest and shoulders, join the backs of the hands and raise them to your neck, with the fingers pointed downward. 2. Exhaling forcefully, make the opening lotus' mudra 65 with your hands, lowering and joining the elbows and...

Info

Straighten the back, exhale the rough air through the right nostril, slowly inhale the smooth air through the left nostril. Then hold the neutral air until it pervades throughout the whole body. Massaging clap the hands and rub the head and body, open the arms and legs wide apart and exhale the stale air with HA. Extending the Ankles standing, extend the leg , bend it to the left and kick out-Rotating the Arms rotate the right and left arms flinging them upwards and...

On the Cakras

In the hollow ing tables examples are given of the different locations of the cakras and their association with the five elements, colors and Tathagatas. etc. from a number of sources. A. From the oral explanations of r Togs ldan U rgyan bstan 'dzin according to the 'Brug pa bka' brgyud tradition, same as in the Yantra Yoga commentary. B. From the oral explanations of Brug sras 'Gyur med rdo rje, son of C. From the A 'dzoms brug pas commentary on the ICe btsun snying thig D. From Klong chen...

Posture

The rough breathing with six applications. The posture is the tsogkyil with the spine straight, r vajra fists placed on your knees and your gaze fixed this is the posture of Sri Sitnha. Sitting with the soles of your feet together and your knees apart.244 straighten vour spine, close your hands in vajra fists with the thumbs pressing at the base of the ring fingers and place them on your knees with vour eves wide open, fix your gaze in the space in front of you this is the posture of the...

The Swinging Lotus

The Swinging Lotus place your fists on the ground and raise your crossed bos- hold closed and contract for one and a half cycles swinging seven times then perform a Bep as before. 0. Sit with your legs extended forward and your hands on your knees. 1. Inhaling in four counts, extend your arms over your head and cross 2. Exhaling in four counts, extend your arms straight back behind you and lower your forehead to the ground in front of you. 3. Inhaling forcefully in two counts, place your fists...

The Seven Lotus Poses

In the initial phase of the four yantras Jor open hold, directed hold, closed hold and contracted hold,m inhale in four counts extending your arms over ottr head and crossing your legs exhale in four counts extending your arms back and lowering your forehead to the ground. In the Flaming Lotus Pose for open hold in the Arched Lotus Pose for directed hold, in the Entwined Lotus Pose for closed hold with the union of the upper and lower prams, in the Swinging Lotus Pose for contracted hold the...

T h e Lion

The third triad of yantras, Tub Lion Pose, is for applying 212 T gt a St i ket Breathing for Directing the Prana into the Ci n nut Q jannf.i In tsogkxil with the soles of your feet together, place your palms in front of xour secret place ami inhale quickly, raising your buttocks and opening your shoulders like a majestically seated lion. After a hold of one and a 0. Sir with the soles of your feet together, your knees wide apart and 1. Inhaling in four counts, extend your arms over your head....

The inhalation stays at four counts but both the closed hold and

The exhalation plus empty hold increase to six counts, that .s one and a half cycles 4-6-6 . Gradually proceed to eight counts for the closed hold, then to ten counts, that is two and a half cycles once you have trained enough in this, increase to twelve counts or three cycles, that is, until the duration of the closed hold becomes twice the exhalation plus empty hold. It is necessary to practice diligently to achieve this At this point, the inhalation continues to remain at four counts, but...

The Yantra Equipment

The yogiti, equipped with the Yantra attire spacious and quiet room, for example not in the middle of a crowded place, with a wooden floor and a padded mat14 on which to perform the Beps, theycgins should be equipped with the anmg, short silk pants with a red lining to develop the Tummo inner heat and with blue or green edging to control die prdna of the elements, with the meditation belt37 and the other articles used in the practice of Yantra.38 Lung Ro Salwa - Exhaling the Stale Air and...

Stainless Mirror of Jewels

Ngondzog Gyalpo

The Union of the Sun and Moon Yantra Translated from Tibetan, edited and annotated by Adriatic Clemente with the precious kelp of the Author into English by Andrew Luktanowkz Coordinated Ay Laura Evangelisti P.O. Box 6483 Ithaca. NY 14851 USA 607 273-8519 Copyright 2008 Chogyal Namkhai Norbu All ncHts reserved. No portion of this hook may be reproduced by am means without prior written permission from the publisher. Before follow ing any advice or practice suggested in this book, it is...

Overcoming Hindrances The Vajra Wave Dorjei

At the end of all the yantras, in order to overcome hindrances to the channels and the prdna perform the Vajra Wave. After practicing any type of yon it is indispensable to apply the Vajra Wave, a profound method for eliminating hindrances related to the With your bullocks on the ground and your leosjonwrd, cetendyour arms over your head, inhaling quickly and forcefully. 1. Sitting with your legs extended forward and your hands on your knees inhaling forcefully, extend your arms over your head....

The Tsadul or Heises for controlling the channels comprise a prnyma and five yantras

Controlling the Channels straighten the hack, exhale the rough air through the right nostril, slowly inhale the smooth air through the left nostril. Then hold the neutral air until it pervades throughout the whole body. Sit with your back straight. Exercise Close the left nostril with the right ring finger and exhale the air forcefully and indirectly, in a 'rough' manner, through the right nostril. Then close the right nostril with the right thumb and inhale the air slowly and directly, in...

Major Kumbhaka

The Curved Knife or Trigug, for directed hoi The Dagger or Phurbu, tor closed hold. The Dog or Khyi, tor contracted hold. The Spider or Dom. tor empty hold. The first triad of yantras, Arching like a Snake is for applying ISO Tub Four Profound Applications__

The Secret Breathing for Directing the Prana into the Central Channel

The third series is called SarJitng Wr jugpu rhb or he Secret Breathing. Method for Directing the Prana into the Central Channel. It comprises a pranayama and five vituras. The secret breathing, method for capturing the tannic prana within the central channel. The posture is the lotus, with the hands hold,ng the sides with the thumbs turned forward and the torso stretched this is is the 90 1 gt U Si-irtr Bk mhint. ior Oirk unc. mi IVvnv inio iiii Central Chanel Sir m the Lows pose, first...