TEACHERS

 
 

LIFE COSMIC TEACHER PRINCIPLES

Yamas are a self-directed set of moral principles; intentions which lay the foundation for your actions.


Niyamas are a self-directed set of disciplined habits; behaviours which develop the attributes of our character.


Asana is the directional elongation of the spine; a position to align the body and engage the breath for natural states of meditation.


Granthis are a localized psychosomatic response; a collective embodiment of memories and attachments intersecting and experienced as knots.


Samskara are a conditioned reaction of habituated thoughts to future experiences; negative or positive projections which personify your own experience.


Prana is any life giving resource; a vital energy deriving for food, environment, breath and higher states of consciousness for the survival, procreation and evolution of all things.


Pranayama is the energetic awareness of respiration; breathing techniques to discipline the mind’s conscious control over our involuntary systems.

Prana is any life giving resource; a vital energy deriving for food, environment, breath and higher states of consciousness for the survival, procreation and evolution of all things.


Pranayama is the energetic awareness of respiration; breathing techniques to discipline the mind’s conscious control over our involuntary systems.

Pratayahara is the mental training to turn the sense inward; a shield of sensorium to behold the journey from outer to inner world.


Dharana is the focused ability to locate a centre-point; a method of concentration to skillfully discern and distill one’s own attention.


Dhyana is the witnessing of non-separation; a non-dual state of observance.


Chakra are embodied psychological centres; a concentration of connected consciousness within the body.


Kundalini is the rinsing conscious awareness of spiritual energy; an experience of awakening the mind to higher states of consciousness through inspiration and practice.


Samadhi is the spontaneous and complete absorption of consciousness; a sentient presence meditating within total acceptance.


Bandhas are internal body locks for concentrating prana; an ability to consciously steady the mind through actively engaging and sustaining contractions.