September 2023
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
27 28 29 30 31 1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Attention❗ To save your time, in order to download anything on this site, you must be registered 👉 HERE. If you do not have a registration yet, it is better to do it right away. ✌

Summary Of Traditional Antar (Inner) Yoga Practices

Posted By: ELK1nG
Summary Of Traditional Antar (Inner) Yoga Practices

Summary Of Traditional Antar (Inner) Yoga Practices
Last updated 12/2020
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 8.88 GB | Duration: 10h 24m

Comprehensive review of Self-awareness, Meditation, and Contemplation

What you'll learn

A greater understanding of the subtler, inner/antar traditional goals of Yoga.

Have a solid foundation in traditional antar/inner yoga practices, not just modern exercise postures.

May your meditations today bring you peace, happiness, and bliss.

Historical Yoga is a systematic process of Inner (Antar) practices.

Over 100 individual presentations thoroughly review the process of Inner Yoga.


Have a sincere yearning for the subtler, finer meanings and practices of traditional yoga.

No specific actions are necessary to prepare for this course.


*******Over 10,000  students are enrolled in this course*******This course is a Summary of traditional Yoga Meditation Practices, which explores a 1-page outline of the practices of our Abhyasa Ashram and Himalayan meditation tradition. Your guide in the course is Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati (Swami J or Babafor short).Throughout this course we emphasize the Antar (Inner) Yoga principles and practices of the ancient sages of meditation and contemplation, particularly as transmitted to us through Swami Rama of the Himalayas, and the long lineage of predecessors. We use the word Yoga in its traditional meaning as a path of liberation or freedom from the bondage of attractions, aversions, and false identities, systematically revealing the eternal, unblemished Center of Consciousness and its Union with the One absolute, Nondual Reality. This one page Summary is a brief, yet thorough outline of the central themes of the practices of our ashram and tradition; practices which lead you in the direction of Self-realization or Enlightenment. The course is a practical expansion of that one-page Summary that we have widely used in online meetings, at our ashram in the US, as well as in meditation retreats and classes around the world.Our immediate goal is to lead you to directly intuiting your true nature, as a center of pure consciousness, and then allowing the depth and breadth of meditation to naturally come over time.Most of the course is video lectures, complemented by several extensive PDF files and audio Resources. The course has four major sections: Self-Observation, Internal Dialogue, Systematic Meditation, and a fourth section on Complementary and Evolving Practices.Please approach the course with the view of it being a practical tool for deepening your Meditations, and that this is not a mere intellectual study. We encourage you to expeditiously, yet comfortably move through the course, watch the video portions, and then, once familiar with the principles, come back and reflect on the many attached Resources more deeply. In other words, please remember that while there is a lot of depth here, which can make the process seem to be not easy, there is always an underlying simplicity.


Section 1: Overview of the Summary of Practices

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Q&A Button

Lecture 3 0.1a) About the One-Page Summary of Practices

Lecture 4 0.1b) Resource: The 1-page summary

Lecture 5 0.1c) Checking off your boxes

Lecture 6 0.1d) The Four Parts of the Summary of Practices

Lecture 7 0.2) 87-Page Summary of Practices Book

Lecture 8 0.3) The 'Circle Chart'

Lecture 9 What is Yoga? by Swami Rama

Lecture 10 Feeling Overwhelmed

Lecture 11 Naming the Goal

Lecture 12 0.4) Resources: Overview of resources

Lecture 13 Discussion group for Summary of Yoga Meditation Practices

Section 2: PART 1 of 4: Practice Self-Observation in Daily Life

Lecture 14 1.0) Self-Observation in Daily Life

Lecture 15 1.1) Observing the Mind through Actions and Speech

Lecture 16 1.2) Observing the Thinking Process within (Part 1)

Lecture 17 1.2) Observing the Thinking Process within (Part 2)

Lecture 18 Self-awareness Assessment

Section 3: Practice Activities on Self-Awareness-Assessment

Lecture 19 Introduction to Practice Activity

Lecture 20 Demonstration of Practice Activity

Lecture 21 What was this like for you?

Lecture 22 Brief Student Practice Activity

Lecture 23 Longer Student Practice Activity

Section 4: Brief Practice Activities on Self-observation

Lecture 24 Observing Gestures & Body Language

Lecture 25 Observing the Five Cognitive Senses

Lecture 26 Breath-awareness in Daily Life

Lecture 27 Self-observation Daily Goals

Section 5: PART 2 of 4: Internal Dialogue

Lecture 28 2.0) Overview of Internal Dialogue

Lecture 29 2.1a) Prayer

Lecture 30 2.1b) Contemplation

Lecture 31 2.1c) Self-Counseling

Lecture 32 2.1d) Friendship

Lecture 33 2.1e) Who is Speaking?

Lecture 34 2.1f) Allowing the Wisdom of Buddhi to Come Forward

Lecture 35 2.1g) The Job of Manas

Lecture 36 2.1h) Training Ahamkara, the Ego

Lecture 37 2.1i) Creating an Identity as a Yogi

Lecture 38 2.1j) Finding a Keyword

Lecture 39 2.2) Dialogue Before Meditation

Section 6: Practice Activities on Internal Dialogue

Lecture 40 Ask Mind to Heal Parts

Lecture 41 Ask Mind to Focus on the Nose Bridge

Lecture 42 What do I Want?

Lecture 43 Do I Want to Meditate, to Explore

Lecture 44 Ask Mind to Open Blocked Nostrils

Lecture 45 Ask What are Some Solutions

Lecture 46 Mind, Please be My Friend

Lecture 47 Does My Ego Get in My Way?

Lecture 48 Why does My Mind Disturb My Meditation?

Lecture 49 Is my First, Second, or Third Thought Good or Bad?

Lecture 50 What are my Fears?

Section 7: PART 3 of 4: Systematic Meditation in Silence

Lecture 51 3.0a) Systematic Meditation in Silence

Lecture 52 3.0b) Yoga Meditation Visualized

Lecture 53 3.0c) Yoga Meditation, a Universal Process

Section 8: 3.1) Preparation for Meditation

Lecture 54 3.1) Preparation for Meditation

Section 9: 3.2) Stretches

Lecture 55 3.2) Stretches

Section 10: 3.3) Relaxation

Lecture 56 3.3) Relaxation

Section 11: 3.4) Breathing

Lecture 57 3.4) Breath and Pranayama

Lecture 58 3.4a) Diaphragmatic Breathing

Section 12: 3.5) Meditation

Lecture 59 3.5) Meditation

Lecture 60 3.5) Guided Meditation recordings

Lecture 61 3.5a) Sitting Posture

Lecture 62 3.5b) Meditation on Body

Lecture 63 3.5c) Sushumna Kriya: Breath along the Spine

Lecture 64 Sohum Mantra

Lecture 65 Mantra Use

Lecture 66 3.5d-h) Sushumna, Mantra, Space, Silence, Tripura

Section 13: Practice Activities for Systematic Meditation (which is Part 3 of 4)

Lecture 67 Sitting Still

Lecture 68 Meditation on Body

Lecture 69 Perfecting Posture

Lecture 70 Breath Along the Spine

Lecture 71 Attention Resting in Space

Lecture 72 Breath at the Nostrils

Lecture 73 Following Mantra Beyond

Lecture 74 Form no Words

Lecture 75 Synthesis of the Practice Activities

Section 14: PART 4 of 4: Complementary and Evolving Practices

Lecture 76 4.0) Complementary and Evolving Practices

Lecture 77 4a) Walking Meditation

Lecture 78 4b) Yoga Nidra Intro

Lecture 79 4b) Yoga Nidra Explanations

Lecture 80 Practice Activities: Yoga Nidra

Lecture 81 4c) Memory Exercise

Lecture 82 Practice Activity: Memory Exercise

Lecture 83 4d) Mantras

Lecture 84 4e) Bhuta Shuddhi

Lecture 85 Om Mantra and Mandukya Upanishad

Lecture 86 4f) Guru Chakra

Lecture 87 Practice Activity: Trataka on a Point

Lecture 88 Practice Activity: Trataka with Sohum

Section 15: Practice Activities with Mantras

Lecture 89 Dhyana, Japa, and Vichara

Lecture 90 Practice with Om and Breath

Lecture 91 Practice with Om Tat Sat

Lecture 92 Practice with Om Namah Shivaya

Lecture 93 Practice with Gayatri

Lecture 94 Practice with Mahamrityunjaya

Lecture 95 Practicing Purascharna — a One Week Experiment

Lecture 96 Mahavakyas, Great Contemplations

Section 16: 5.0) Other Resources

Lecture 97 Resources: 5.0) Other Resources from Swami Jnaneshvara

Lecture 98 5.0) Daily Mantras

Lecture 99 Swami Rama video lectures

Section 17: Afterthoughts

Lecture 100 Unity (Yoga) plays as Diversity - animation

Lecture 101 Avidya

Lecture 102 Nondual Consciousness

Lecture 103 BONUS: Resources

This course is for those who have a sincere yearning for the subtler, finer meanings and practices of traditional yoga.,People who have an exclusive connection to some other particular tradition, lineage, religion, or institution may find this course to be of little interest.