The Yoga of sound, a course-sadhana
Although the Yoga of sound remains a great unknown in our country, are increasingly more people who come to him because of his great power and versatility. Does not require more than one thing: the total surrender of the practitioner. A course-sadhana which begins on 28 March and ends on June 6 in Aushadhi, Madrid.
Eva Espeita (Swamini Radhananda Saraswati) and Victor G. Cruz They carried years investigating this route from its multiple manifestations in the different traditions of the India crossed the sound (Dhrupad, Nada Yoga, Tantra, Vedanta, Bhakti...) and other related referrals (song of harmonics, deep listening...). Based on the fruits of his studies and experiences made this course-sadhana.
If there is a sensory environment privileged at the time of approach to the understanding of the ineffable in the mystical traditions of the India, this area is without doubt the of the sound. Similarly, if there is a particularly effective and immediate support to silence the mind and access States of balance, deep concentration and meditation, that stand is undoubtedly the meditative experience with sound. The Nada Yoga o Yoga of sound It is the path of Yoga (a path often cross, because working with sound is present in all the other paths) whose way is, in one way or another, in the attention to the sound vibration.
Picking up the baton from different traditions of yoga and mysticism sound (no Yoga, Tantra, Vedanta, Bhakti, Dhrupad), using more contemporary proposals)Deep Listening(, modern techniques of overtone singing) and above all, our dedicated expertise and research environment to these practices, their sense and its effects, propose a sadhana Yoga of the sound where we have synthesized and unified various practices in a unified and progressive, complete series of spiral structure. The aim of this course, in addition to being an introduction to the sense and anything Yoga theory is, first of all, introduce, accompany and guide students in this series-sadhana practice.
Along the road towards the awakening of consciousness that is proposed to us by the ancient Yogis, Nada Yoga Practice assists us and accompanies the process of silence and pacify our minds (abandoning patterns of stress and dispersion), harmonize our body and feelings, focus attention and develop concentration, free from direct and effectively blockades hindering us vitally, thus arousing our potential in terms of health, communication, creativity... First and foremost, the Yoga of sound operates in growing our presence, of our full attention to the experience of the present moment, only possible key to the fullness.
The universe, say the ancient mystics, is essentially vibration. Our bodies (themselves) are essentially vibration. The past, present and future of manifest existence are, in their latest and subtlest Stadium, vibration... therefore sound, music. In the listening of nothing, as in the articulation of sadja, as in the repetition of a mantra, as in the free flow by the waves of the RagaWe connect with the primary source, with our last, vibrational nature. We get lost to find ourselves. We lose our ego to find our essential being. We transcend ourselves.
In a sadhana, built in six phases in a cumulative, unified personal practice will begin at students in the theory and practice of the following meditation techniques of Yoga of the sound:
- Outer meditation through comprehensive development practices of the listen to deep.
- Inner meditation practice on the refined listening to the inner primordial sound(nothing anusandana).
- Meditation practices active in opening the voice and breath through exercises selected from pranayama, as well as an adaptation of specific methodologies coming from the Canto Dhrupad: Karaj, akar.
- Practices of meditation and subtle harmonization through a work of visualization of the ascent and descent of power by the central canal and the simultaneous singing of ragas(Indian modal scales born of the tradition of the nada yoga), whose varying degrees correspond to the vibration of the main energy centers of the body (chakras).
- Meditation practices through the recitation of mantras(extracted from different traditions): sense and articulation of the mantra OM)oṃkara), mantras Tantric to balance and awaken the energy centers of the body)chakra bija mantras), Vedic mantras of Shabda Yoga, mantras-display to connect with our exceed corporeizando the symbolism of the archetypes.
Schedule Of 10:00 to 14:00
Who is going to run the course
- Practitioners of Yoga that you wish to further study of this tradition, as well as teachers or instructors that you want to develop a genuine and complete practice.
- Scenic artists or musicians that you wish to delve into the meditative and healing potential of their environment (sound, voice).
Although some experience and a clear layout, it is recommended you sincere and committed towards the meditative practice, not required however, to follow successfully this course, advanced yoga or music knowledge.
We propose a Sadhanawhich means to develop a daily personal practicefollowing the indications during the sessions, which are given all the necessary explanations and clarification of doubts, next to the own guided sessions that serve as reference.
An extensive orientation will be held a bi-weekly Saturday morning", but the rest of the time the practitioner will have to practice to be your own guide, which expresses the spirit of Yoga's"Learn to recognize our inner master"."
Dates: Saturday, March 28, 2015 / 11 April / April 25, May 9 / 23 May / June 6
Total duration: 24 hours
Contribution: 225 € (for students of Aushadhi who are attending school today or that have attended less than a year ago. 240 € for external students.
The teaching staff
Eva Espeita (Swamini Radhananda Saraswati) is dedicated to the teaching of the Integral Yoga from the year 2003 in kinds regular, seminars and retreats inside and outside Spain. Founder of Aushadhi Yoga school in Madrid and co-organizing together with Marta Espeita and Víctor G. Cruz. Forms with masters of the tradition of the Integral Yoga (direct disciples of Swami Satyananda Saraswati) as Danilo Hernández (SW. Digambarananda), SW. Nishchalananda (which began it as a Sannyasin) and SW. Gyandharma in numerous seminars, experiences and withdrawals (in several of them also attends as speaker). For the exploration of the body work also investigates other schools of Yoga and relevant systems (Iyengar, Pattabhi Jois, John Friend, Gustavo Ponce, Feldenkrais). It was also formed in breathing and movement prenatal (Omma Prenatal with Montse Cob). Likewise, it is dedicated to the learning of the classical music of India (styleDhrupad) through the voice with Amelia Cuni, Ramakant Gundecha Pandit and Pandit Umakant Gundecha, and is a co-founder and member of Sunyata, a project of ecstatic music, trance and mantras Víctor G. Cruz and Jorge Lozano Cabrero. Scholar of the literary tradition of the Yoga, Tantra and the philosophies of the Shaivism and the Vedanta, as well as other systems of meditation that have arisen throughout the history of both in the East as in the West, it also participated in several courses of doctorate of Sciences of religions at the University Institute of Sciences of the religions of the Complutense University of Madrid.
Victor G. Cruz (Mrtiunjaya) It starts in the Yoga in 2009 after a Bachelor's degree and a master's degree in philosophy (Spain and France). He studied at the Universidad Popular de Permaculture in France. He is the co-organizer of Aushadhi School of Yoga from 2012 and runs regular classes, seminars and retreats. He began his training of Integral Yoga with Eva Espeita (Swni. Radhananda Saraswati) and later with other masters of the direct lineage of Swami Satyananda Saraswati as Danilo Hernández (SW. Digambarananda), SW. Nishchalananda and SW. Gyandharma. It also explores other visions and relevant schools, particularly in working with the body (Iyengar, Pattabhi Jois, John Friend, Gustavo Ponce, Feldenkrais). As a musician, he is co-founder and one of the members of the project Sunyata. He has also composed, performed and produced under the pseudonym The Aporia the music for the meditations-reiki "All love" of the Willow Foundation. It currently devotes most of his time to the study of singing Dhrupad (the oldest singing tradition in classical music hindustanica) with their teachers Amelia Cuni, Ramakant Gundecha Pandit and Pandit Umakant Gundecha)The Gundecha Brothers).
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