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Towards Yog: Why Should We Eat? (This Book Deals with Fasting, Sleep, Evacuation of Bowels in a Very Explicit Way)
Towards Yog: Why Should We Eat? (This Book Deals with Fasting, Sleep, Evacuation of Bowels in a Very Explicit Way)
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About the Author

The author of this book Shri Rameshwar Das Gupta was born in Narela on the 16th of April 1923. He came into close contact of Acharya Bhagwan Dev (Now known as Omanand Saraswatiji Maharaj) at the tender age of eleven. He started to practice Yog under his guidance and was also interested in the welfare of society.

In the beginning Shri Gupta did some asans like 'Padm Asan', 'Baddha-Padm Asan', 'Chakr Asan', 'Shirsh Asan', 'Tad Asan', etc. and later on practiced meditation.

One day while meditating he felt although he was being lifted up into the air where he experience a great bliss in roaming around beautiful gardens.

In 1936-37 he started business. For 40 years he was continuously in business and discharging his family obligations. But throughout he maintained strict discipline regarding his life-style and food-habits along with that he kept up his practice of 'Yogasans',

After 1973 the responsibility of business lessened which gave him more time for the practice of Yog. He now started to spend three to four hours everyday for 'Yog-Sadhana'.

In 1980 he wrote 'Yog Rashmi' and then as he went on perfecting the practice of Yog he wrote five more books namely 'Yog Chetna', 'Yog Pravesh', 'Dainik Yog' and Motapa Aur Budhapa. On demand of many readers all these books were published in English also 'Yog Rashmi' was translated into Marathi and Urdu as well.

This undertaking was taken up by the author for the physical and mental well-being of humanity. Just as the elements of sunlight air and water do not differentiate between human beings so do these books which are meant for every irrespective of caste, creed or religion, age or sex.

The writer wishes that the books should help everyone.

Prayer

Sit in any Asan and keep your waist, spinal column and neck in a straight line. Relax your body and fold your hands.

Oh God! It is You Who in the form of Brahma has created all creatures. Oh Lord of the Universe! It is only You Who in the form of Vishnu, provide sustenance to all. Oh Lord! It is only You Who in the form of Maheshwar brings about the fusion all souls. (With bowed head) I acknowledge your presence and your ominipotence.

Oh God! You have offered me this conscious, bright, healthy, active, beautiful and wonderful human body devoid of disease and defects. (With bowed head) I thank You again and again.

Oh God! You have offered me this conscious, bright, healthy, active, beautiful and wonderful human body devoid of disease and defects. (With bowed head) I thank You again and again.

Oh God! You have given me air, water, food, clothing and shelter. (With bowed head) I thank you over and over again.

God! You have given me a brain to think and to judge, two eyes to see, two ears to hear and a nose to breathe and smell. Oh Almightly! You have given me a mouth to eat and drink, a tongue and lips to taste and speak. Oh knowledge Supreme! You have given me a heart full of love and devotion. You have given me a heart full of love and devotion. You have given me two hands to work with. You have given me the organs for of bladder and anus to cleanse my body. Two legs to move around.

Oh God! I am immensely grateful to you for so many invaluable gifts. (With bowed head) I thank You millions of times. I sing your praises. I bow and touch your divine feet. Oh Lord! Give me your blessings so that I may be good.

 

Contents

 

  Chapter 1: Food 9
1 Introduction 9
2 Why should we eat? 9
3 What should we eat? 10
  [a] Seasonal green vegetables 10
  [b] Vegetables which should be cooked 11
  [c] Leafy vegetables 12
  [d] Fruits 12
  [e] Juices 13
  [f] Dry fruits 14
  [g] Cereals 15
  [h] Sprouted grains 15
  [i] Pulses 16
  [j] Milk and articles prepared out of milk 16
  [k] Oils 17
  [l] Sweets 17
4 What should we not eat? 18
5 What we can eat sometimes? 18
6 When we should eat? 18
7 How much to eat? 19
8 How to eat? 20
9 When not to eat? 21
  Chapter 2: Fasting 23
1 Introduction 23
2 Rules for fasting 23
3 Do not make a farce of fasting 24
4 Functions of the stomach 24
5 Advantages of fasting 25
  Chapter 3: Water 26
1 Introduction 26
2 Why should we drink waster? 26
3 When should we drink water? 27
4 When we should not drink water? 27
5 How much and how should water be drunk? 28
  Chapter 4: Bowel movement and urination 29
1 Introduction 29
2 Evacuation of bowels 29
3 Urination 29
  Chapter 5: Bath 31
1 Introduction 31
2 When to bath? 31
3 Water for bathing 32
4 Rules for bathing 32
5 Precautions while bathing 33
6 Benefits of a bath 34
  Chapter 6: Sleep 35
1 Introduction 35
2 Ill-effects of sleeplessness 36
3 Never use sleeping pills 36
4 How to induce sleep? 36
5 When and how much to sleep? 37
  Chapter 7: Six processes of internal purification of the body 38
1 Neti 38
  [a] Drawing water through the nose 39
  [b] Drawing water through the nose and expelling it through the mouth 41
  [c] Nasapan 42
  [d] Dugdhaneti 42
  [e] Tailaneti 43
  [f] Sutraneti or Rubberneti 44
  [g] Jalaneti 46
2 Vaman Dhauti 49
3 Basti Kriya 51
4 Nauli 54
  [a] Agnisar Kriya 55
  [b] Uddiyan Bandh 55
  [c] Nauli Kriya 58
5 Kapal Bhati 61
6 Tratak 62
  Chapter 8: Bandh 64
1 Jalandhar Bandh 64
2 Uddiyan Bandh 64
3 Moola Bandh 64
4 Mahabandh 66
  Chapter 9: The Natural way to health 67
1 Katisnan [Hip bath] 67
2 Surya-snan[Sun bath] 70
3 C old water compress 72
4 A hot water foot bath 72
5 Mud plaster 76

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About the Author

The author of this book Shri Rameshwar Das Gupta was born in Narela on the 16th of April 1923. He came into close contact of Acharya Bhagwan Dev (Now known as Omanand Saraswatiji Maharaj) at the tender age of eleven. He started to practice Yog under his guidance and was also interested in the welfare of society.

In the beginning Shri Gupta did some asans like 'Padm Asan', 'Baddha-Padm Asan', 'Chakr Asan', 'Shirsh Asan', 'Tad Asan', etc. and later on practiced meditation.

One day while meditating he felt although he was being lifted up into the air where he experience a great bliss in roaming around beautiful gardens.

In 1936-37 he started business. For 40 years he was continuously in business and discharging his family obligations. But throughout he maintained strict discipline regarding his life-style and food-habits along with that he kept up his practice of 'Yogasans',

After 1973 the responsibility of business lessened which gave him more time for the practice of Yog. He now started to spend three to four hours everyday for 'Yog-Sadhana'.

In 1980 he wrote 'Yog Rashmi' and then as he went on perfecting the practice of Yog he wrote five more books namely 'Yog Chetna', 'Yog Pravesh', 'Dainik Yog' and Motapa Aur Budhapa. On demand of many readers all these books were published in English also 'Yog Rashmi' was translated into Marathi and Urdu as well.

This undertaking was taken up by the author for the physical and mental well-being of humanity. Just as the elements of sunlight air and water do not differentiate between human beings so do these books which are meant for every irrespective of caste, creed or religion, age or sex.

The writer wishes that the books should help everyone.

Prayer

Sit in any Asan and keep your waist, spinal column and neck in a straight line. Relax your body and fold your hands.

Oh God! It is You Who in the form of Brahma has created all creatures. Oh Lord of the Universe! It is only You Who in the form of Vishnu, provide sustenance to all. Oh Lord! It is only You Who in the form of Maheshwar brings about the fusion all souls. (With bowed head) I acknowledge your presence and your ominipotence.

Oh God! You have offered me this conscious, bright, healthy, active, beautiful and wonderful human body devoid of disease and defects. (With bowed head) I thank You again and again.

Oh God! You have offered me this conscious, bright, healthy, active, beautiful and wonderful human body devoid of disease and defects. (With bowed head) I thank You again and again.

Oh God! You have given me air, water, food, clothing and shelter. (With bowed head) I thank you over and over again.

God! You have given me a brain to think and to judge, two eyes to see, two ears to hear and a nose to breathe and smell. Oh Almightly! You have given me a mouth to eat and drink, a tongue and lips to taste and speak. Oh knowledge Supreme! You have given me a heart full of love and devotion. You have given me a heart full of love and devotion. You have given me two hands to work with. You have given me the organs for of bladder and anus to cleanse my body. Two legs to move around.

Oh God! I am immensely grateful to you for so many invaluable gifts. (With bowed head) I thank You millions of times. I sing your praises. I bow and touch your divine feet. Oh Lord! Give me your blessings so that I may be good.

 

Contents

 

  Chapter 1: Food 9
1 Introduction 9
2 Why should we eat? 9
3 What should we eat? 10
  [a] Seasonal green vegetables 10
  [b] Vegetables which should be cooked 11
  [c] Leafy vegetables 12
  [d] Fruits 12
  [e] Juices 13
  [f] Dry fruits 14
  [g] Cereals 15
  [h] Sprouted grains 15
  [i] Pulses 16
  [j] Milk and articles prepared out of milk 16
  [k] Oils 17
  [l] Sweets 17
4 What should we not eat? 18
5 What we can eat sometimes? 18
6 When we should eat? 18
7 How much to eat? 19
8 How to eat? 20
9 When not to eat? 21
  Chapter 2: Fasting 23
1 Introduction 23
2 Rules for fasting 23
3 Do not make a farce of fasting 24
4 Functions of the stomach 24
5 Advantages of fasting 25
  Chapter 3: Water 26
1 Introduction 26
2 Why should we drink waster? 26
3 When should we drink water? 27
4 When we should not drink water? 27
5 How much and how should water be drunk? 28
  Chapter 4: Bowel movement and urination 29
1 Introduction 29
2 Evacuation of bowels 29
3 Urination 29
  Chapter 5: Bath 31
1 Introduction 31
2 When to bath? 31
3 Water for bathing 32
4 Rules for bathing 32
5 Precautions while bathing 33
6 Benefits of a bath 34
  Chapter 6: Sleep 35
1 Introduction 35
2 Ill-effects of sleeplessness 36
3 Never use sleeping pills 36
4 How to induce sleep? 36
5 When and how much to sleep? 37
  Chapter 7: Six processes of internal purification of the body 38
1 Neti 38
  [a] Drawing water through the nose 39
  [b] Drawing water through the nose and expelling it through the mouth 41
  [c] Nasapan 42
  [d] Dugdhaneti 42
  [e] Tailaneti 43
  [f] Sutraneti or Rubberneti 44
  [g] Jalaneti 46
2 Vaman Dhauti 49
3 Basti Kriya 51
4 Nauli 54
  [a] Agnisar Kriya 55
  [b] Uddiyan Bandh 55
  [c] Nauli Kriya 58
5 Kapal Bhati 61
6 Tratak 62
  Chapter 8: Bandh 64
1 Jalandhar Bandh 64
2 Uddiyan Bandh 64
3 Moola Bandh 64
4 Mahabandh 66
  Chapter 9: The Natural way to health 67
1 Katisnan [Hip bath] 67
2 Surya-snan[Sun bath] 70
3 C old water compress 72
4 A hot water foot bath 72
5 Mud plaster 76

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