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Venue: Mangal Mandir
Chanting: Raja Yoga
Chanted by: Rudranath,PhD
Discourse: Raj Yoga
Vice-chancellor, SVYASA, Bangalore, India
1.Suprabhatam, Sushwagatam………….(Good morning and welcome)
2.After focus, when we defocus mind and effortlessly concentrate it is Dhyana.
3.We all need a unique god /goddess / ideal or role model to learn fast.
4.When we recall god, we get those qualities.
5.Dhyana (concentration) has single thought, slowness, wakefulness, effortlessness, expansiveness and lightness.
6.Japa (repeating prayers) is the easy tool for Dhyana. Japa is turned to slow Japa and then ajapa i.e. silence.
7.Tamas (lethargy) has frozen speed whereas Dhyana is slow down or low speed.
8.Mind has its facets namely intellect, memory and ego.
9.Like a quantum jump, mind jumps from Dharana to Dhyana and Dhyana to Samadhi.
10.Samadhi is the stage of fragrance of bliss, knowledge with deeper perception and power with greater creativity. Let’s contemplate on these thoughts and meditate with smile.
PROF. H R NAGENDRA,ME,PhD
Vice-chancellor of S-VYASA With his PhD in Mechanical Engineering, he was a NASA research assosiate and consultant at Harvard University before his interests turned to full-time involvement in human engineering and the search for ultimate Reality. His life mission is the scientific exploration of the subtle aspects of consciousness through yoga.He has 30 research papers in Engineering and 60 in Yoga.He has written more than 30 books on yoga.