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Friday, 16 September 2016 22:38



"Satyaa Paramaa Tattva Jyotee Bhakte Yoga".....Maa Jagadambaa

1. The Introduction:

We have so many Arts around - The Art of Making Friends, the Art of getting Success in life, the Art of Living and so on. Let us add one more to this list - The Art of Dying.

2. What is the Art of Dying:

The Art of being able to leave the human body most peacefully in a liberating spiritual way at the time of one's own death, by the human soul may be termed the Art of Dying.

3. How it Works:

My own understanding in this regard goes like this: A yoga-practitioner who is able to retain one's breath in the Brhmaanda [Brain/skull] area of one's own physical human body comfortably for a long period of time/duration daily automatically finds it easier for the own consciousness withdrawing upwards at the time one's own death. The soul of such a Yoga-practitioner goes to higher spiritual planes or is able to merge into the supreme-consciousness and does not come to the lower spiritual planes.

4. How to Learn/Master it:

Learn it only under the guidence of some really competent Yoga-Teacher/Spiritual Master first and then only practice it daily.

Sit in the Sedhaasana, close your eyes, inhale deeply, feel the movement of the breath upwards in the skull/brain area, retain this breath in the skull/brain area for as long a duration with which you may be comfortable with, slowly exhale the breath. Repeat this cycle 9 times.

First day, you may retain the breath for 5 seconds only, next day for 10 seconds and so on. Go on increasing this duration daily with patience till you are able to hold your breath in the skull/brain area for 48 minutes comfortably.

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