Raja Yoga Workshop
The Ancient Science for self-motivation and self transformation
July 22nd – 27th, 2019
Raja Yoga is an ancient Indian science which was revealed in the contemporary times by the great spiritual giant Swami Vivekananda.
He communicated it to the world for the first time in simple language and in the idioms of modern science, over a century ago.
The workshop aims at demystifying the Royal Science for Self-motivation and Self-transformation.
This king of sciences (Raja Yoga) is highly esoteric, serene and supreme. It is realized through direct perception, endowed with immense merit, rapturous to perform and is of imperishable nature. – Shrimadbhagavadgita 9.2
Understanding and Techniques of Practice
- Techniques from different texts to face challenges
- Techniques for improving concentration
- The positive psychology in the light of Indian wisdom
- The workshop will cause a shift in your awareness, leading to gradual cultivation of deeper awareness and wisdom.
- Raja Yoga, applied in daily life, helps you tackle any crisis and critical moments of your life.
- Raja Yoga teaches you the art of contentment and reversal of melancholic moments.
- Introduction – The purpose of this workshop.
- Yoga Shashtra: Blissful Journey to core of the Self.
- Foundations of Raja Yoga.
- Cosmology: Samkhya meets Modern science.
- Science of Pranayama.
- Schools of Yoga: Karma, Jnana and Bhakti.
- Patanjala Yoga: Basic Introduction to the Science of Cocentration.
- Patanjala Yoga: Eightfold Step to Freedom.
- Meditation: Traditional Method of Raja Yoga.
- Raja Vidya Raja Guhya Yoga of Shrimad Bhadavad Gita.
- Dhyanayoga of Shrimad Bhagvad Gita.
- Raja Yoga in the Upanishad.
- True Physchology ( Inspiration: Swami Abhedananda)
- All life is Yoga (Inspiration : Sri Aurobindo)
- The Real Nature of Man (Inspiration: Swami Vivekananda)
- Yama and Niyama in Modern life (Inspiration: Patanjala Yoga)
- Crisis Management through Yoga (Inspiration: Bhagavad Gita)
- Happiness through Yoga (Inspiration: Bhagavad Gita)
Raja Yoga Pranayama
Raja Yoga Meditation
Yoga Asana practices are complimentary