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YOGA. Physiology, Psychosomatics, Bioenergetics.

YOGA. Physiology, Psychosomatics, Bioenergetics.

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This book is based on 19 years of yoga practice and 14 years of teaching yoga and healing. It contains over 300 pictures of asanas -- how to come into them and how to go out, energy flows and possible mistakes while practicing hatha.
Structurally, the book is divided into several levels so that it can be useful to all readers with different experience in yoga -- from beginners to experienced practitioners.
In this book you will learn how to assemble your own yoga complex, depending on your health. You will learn about inward criteria of doing asanas right and how to get practical results from your meditation.
This book is based on 19 years of yoga practice and 14 years of teaching yoga and healing. It contains over 300 pictures of asanas -- how to come into them and how to go out, energy flows and possible mistakes while practicing hatha.
Structurally, the book is divided into several levels so that it can be useful to all readers with different experience in yoga -- from beginners to experienced practitioners.
In this book you will learn how to assemble your own yoga complex, depending on your health. You will learn about inward criteria of doing asanas right and how to get practical results from your meditation.

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Let us briefly describe physical and psychological features, typical
of looseness and rigidity of chakra.

By looseness of a chakra or of a eld we understand such state
of the
eld, when it can easily be breached, i.e. with the relatively
weak energetic influence at the respective level appears «a hole» or an
energy outflow. Too loose fields prevent energy from staying in chakra.
Field’s looseness is an unstable state: energy is present, but can’t be
kept. The etheric field is dense outside and looser inside.
At the behaviour level looseness is a state when a person hasn’t
yet worked out a certain «natural» law, but he hasn’t got the situation
on it either. Physically muscles at the level of loose chakras are not de-
veloped enough or hypertrophied in relaxation.
On the contrary a state when a person can hardly emanate the
respective chakra’s energy is called rigidity
. Rigidity is a hypertro-
phied excessive density of energy. Muscles in these zones are strained,
stretching is harder
. The most often rigidity appears, where chakras are
blocked. Note that, if chakra is rigid, it doesn’t especially mean that it is
weak. If a person has a rigid and weak chakra, he’s very «lucky». At
least he’ll have no neuroses. If chakra is strong and rigid, a person con-
stantly stays in the inherent contradiction, because the energy seeks to
come out and finds no way out.
As other energy features, field’s looseness and rigidity find their
reflection on the physical body and on person’s emotional state (astral
plane).

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. Safronov. Yoga: Physiology, Psychosomatics, Bioenergetics

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