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The peak of well-being

Yoga transforms and liberates human beings so that they can reach this unbounded state like a caterpillar transforms in a cocoon into a colourful butterfly

Photo: Vijaya Kumar

All ears Participants at the Isha Yoga programme

“Humans, unlike animals, do not merely exist. To evolve as a human being is to become aware of one’s limitations; to strive, with intense passion, towards the transcendence for which we all have the potential,” says Veena Singh, the Isha Yoga trainer.

Inner engineering - the peak of wellbeing

“Inner engineering is offered as an intensive tool for personal growth. Under this, conducive atmosphere is created to explore higher dimensions of life and re-engineer one’s self through the inner science of yoga. Once given the tools to rejuvenate, people can optimize all aspects of health, inner growth and success. For those seeking professional and personal excellence, this program offers key for meaningful and fulfilling relationships at work, home, community, and most importantly, within one’s self, contends Jaggi Vasudev, the brain behind the new concept of Isha Yoga.

Inner Engineering can be thought of as a synthesis of holistic sciences to help the participants establish an inner foundation and vision for all dimensions of life and find the necessary balance between the challenges of a hectic career, related stress and the inner longing for peace and well being. Close to 100 people participating in the programme at Guntur, have experienced it. The list of benefits is long and the participants clearly are in no mood to let go of the opportunity to ensure their holistic well-being.

For those who wish to fathom the yogic science deeper, Shoonya meditation is the best option. It is a refined and intensive advanced formula designed by Vasudev to allow truth to be experienced, not just learned.

The whole concept follows a science which combines the dynamic Shakti Chalana Kriya (powerful and purifying breathing techniques utilized to encourage the flow of vital energy into the central energy channel, or sushumna nadi), and Shoonya meditation, an effortless process of conscious non-doing for 15 minutes. Together, these practices stimulate release of physical, mental and emotional blocks and activate spontaneous expression of vital energy. The program is offered as a complete path to inner well-being.

The new-found mode does not require any change in habits, life-style, and beliefs. It has nothing to do with any formal religion, sect, or psychological exercises. It is purely an experiential science. For further clarifications or details people can contact Veena Singh on 9640096449 or 09442115491. (e-mail address: ananda.ala@ishafoundation.org or visit their website at www.ishafoundation.org .)

RAMESH SUSARLA

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