Item Code: ICN039
Times Music (2005)
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For centuries Yoga is believed to unify the soul of mortals with god. It is the process of controlling the activities of mind as a whole, a process that joins the personal self and the impersonal self. It is considered to have come into existence at the beginning of human history, when Patanjali, a legendary Indian sage, described the process of self-actualization that lies embedded in all human beings. He called it self-realization, since in this state of Yoga Dhyaan he underwent an absolute awareness of his self. He divided this enlightening process of Yoga in eight steps (Ashtanga Yoga) that comprises of Yama, Niyam, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyaan and Samadhi. It is this process of self-culture, enabling one to turn inwards and concentrate on the inner self.
Patanjali Yoga brings this meditative process of becoming free from limited definitions of the field of consciousness. It also consists of unique mystical formulas of sacred syllables, know as Patanjali Yoga Sutras that succinctly outline the art and science of yoga mediation for self-realization. In todays stressful world strained with the load of tensions, these Yoga mantras bring a fresh breeze of relief and take you closer to the attainment of spiritual perfection.
The album presents these extremely intense threads on Yoga or union that state its essential points or techniques. It teaches us that through meditation, the inner Light that is always burning becomes more luminous, thus leading beyond sorrow. It also teaches us that when the mind is mastered, it merged into the self, mastering everything from the smallest to the greatest. Explore Yoga in its entirety and benefit from this treasure of mantras that lead you to experience the absolute awareness of self enabling you to master your mind. March to the highest realm of consciousness to merge in God.
1. Inner voice signature shlok
2. Patanjali Shlok
3. The definition of Yoga
4. Vrittis (Activities)
5. Asampradnyata Samadhi
6. Ishvar nad Pranav(The Supreme Lord)
7. Chittaprasadan (The Pleasant Mind)
8. Kriya Yoga (Yoga of Action)
9. Ashtanga Yoga (Eight steps of Yoga-Yama, Niyam, Asana, Pranayam, Pratyahar, Dharana, Dhyaan, Samadhi)
10. Fruits of Niyam (Regulations)
11. Asana (Postures)
12. Pranayam (Control of the Breath)
13. Pratyahar (Renuciation)
14. Dharana, Dhyaan and Samadhi (Attention, Concentration and illumination)
15. Vibhutis (powers)
16. Kaivalya (Liberation)
17. Musical interpretation for yoga