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  1. Brief introduction of Yog,Yoga and related to Meditation

  2. contents • Yog,Yoga and Meditation • Ashtang Yog • Types of Meditation • About chakras,pranas, swars and Brain wave patterns

  3. Yog • Yog means to meet or to add • It means to meet the soul with supreme soul

  4. yoga • In modern age in Ashrams maximum they teach on physical and breath level • Physical yoga and pranayam

  5. Pranayam

  6. Physical Yoga

  7. Birds/Pets/Animal also do yoga

  8. Meditation 1 -It is a natural process 2- Every body do meditation 3- Even birds also do meditation aUfy aUif AwvY sY kosw iqsu pwCY bcry CirAw ] iqn kvxu KlwvY kvxu cugwvY mn mih ismrnu kirAw

  9. Even Ravan was very good Meditator and knowledgeable person

  10. Ashthang Yog • 1) Yama (The five "abstentions"): non-violence, non-lying, non-covetousness, non-sensuality, and non-possessiveness. -----Ahinsa,satay,astay,brahmacarya,aprigrah • (2) Niyam (The five "observances"): purity, contentment, austerity, study, and surrender to God -- - - shoch,santosh,tap,svadhay,ishwar pranidhan • (3) Asana: Literally means "seat", and in Patanjali's Sutras refers to the seated position used for meditation. • (4) Pranayam ("Lengthening Prāna"): Prāna, life force, or vital energy, particularly, the breath, "āyāma", to lengthen or extend. Also interpreted as control of prana. • (5) Pratyahara (Abstraction): Withdrawal of the sense organs from external objects. • (6) Dharana (Concentration): Fixing the attention on a single object. • (7) Dhyana (Meditation): Intense contemplation of the nature of the object of meditation. • (8) Samadhi("Liberation"): merging consciousness with the object of meditation. For health only not for liberation For relaxation only not for liberation

  11. Types of meditation • There are hundreds of ways of getting to a meditative state, yoga, mantras,relaxation tapes. • But mainly there are 2 types of meditation • 1 –concentrative meditation • 2 – Insight meditation

  12. Concentrative meditation This is like a zoom lens in camra.we narrow our focus to a selected field. We can concentrated on 1-Breath 2-Mantra 3-Sound 4-An image 5-Star 6-Moon

  13. Insight meditation • Mindfulness meditation involves opening the attention to become aware of the continuously passing parade of sensations and feelings, images, thoughts, sounds, smells, and so forth without becoming involved in thinking about them.This type of meditation are • 1-walking meditation • 2-eating meditation • 3-sleeping meditation and so on

  14. Chakras in humman body Sahasrara Agya Vishudhi Anahata Manipura svadhisthan Muladhara

  15. Five Pranas • Udana • Prana • Samana • Apana • Vayana

  16. Location of Five Pranasin human body Udana Pran samana Udana Udana Apana Vyana (pervades the whole body) Udana

  17. Swaras Ida is connected to right hemisphere of the brain Pingla is connected to left hemisphere 0f the brain sushmana ida Left nostrail Right nostrail pingla Chandra swara Surya swara

  18. Four categories of brain wave patterns -30 Hz

  19. EEG and the brain's stateEEG(Electroencephalography) technology isused tomeasure brain's electrical vibrations from the surface of the scalp.The resulting EEG pattern will contain frequency elements mainly below 30Hz. The frequencies are categorized into four states as follows:State Frequency Range State of Mind Delta; 1 Hz - 3.9 Hz Deep sleep Theta; 4 Hz - 7.9 Hz Drowsiness (also first stage of sleep) Alpha; 8 Hz - 13.9 Hz Relaxed but alert Beta; 14 Hz - 30 Hz Highly alert and focused

  20. Reasons for distraction in doing meditation • Busy life • Lack of time • Lack of true knowledge

  21. We should limit our desires.Earn for requirements not for competition Busy life

  22. Lack of time Time managament

  23. Lack of true knowledge

  24. Church

  25. Thanks By- Rotarian Daljit Singh

  26. spirituality • You go to church every Sunday and you say your prayers every day. Does this mean you are a spiritual person?No.You practice yoga and meditate every day. Does this mean you are a spiritual person?No.You belong to spiritual group and are devoted to following the teachings of the group. Does this mean you are a spiritual person?No.What, then, does it mean to be a spiritual person?Being a spiritual person is synonymous with being a person whose highest priority is to be loving to oneself and others. A spiritual person cares about people, animals, and the planet. A spiritual person knows that we are all one, and consciously attempts to honor this oneness. A spiritual person is a kind person.

  27. Religion • A set of beliefs • The life style • The practice of religion beliefs (ritual observance of faith) • Own language • Own holy book

  28. Positive Attitude

  29. 12 fingure Breath of healthy man

  30. Biological clock