Yoga inVision 3



Publication Data:

Publisher: Michael Beloved

Date: September 10, 2017

ISBN:

Print: 9781942887126

E-Book: 9781942887133

LCCN: 2017913013

Page Count: 282

Illustrations: 264

Trim Size: 6 x 9 (inches)

Language: English

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit / Meditation

Bookwire (Bowker ISBN / SEO):  Paperback / eBook

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 Forum:  inSelf Yoga

  Description:

Everything about what happened during the breath-infusion practice and meditation of the author~

Detailed descriptions with diagrams~

Learn about advanced kriya practice, inSelf Yoga. Learn how to perceive what happens in abstract meditation. Lear about the various types of inner vision. Tune to astral teachers for inspiration and instruction in higher yoga.


Back Cover:

~ a yogi’s diary ~

details of experiences during breath infusion and meditation

contact transmission from living and deceased yoga masters

profusely illustrated by the author

no need to scramble over a few sketches left behind by a kriya master

no need to guess what it may be

no imagination or wishful thinking for peace and oneness

no denial of individuality

no attempt to think the self out of existence

clarity about the core-self, its adjuncts and surrounding energy

experiences after thirty (30) years of practice

it happened in the yogi’s psyche, his subtle body

delve in immediately!

Author's Comment:

This book was originally published as a home-bound volume entitled Yoga Journal 3. The intention was to share meditation experiences where clarity was experiences in the psyche during breath infusion sessions and the meditation which follows.


I am pleased to publish this in paperback with profuse illustrations. This gives some idea of what was experienced during sessions. Students may use this book for encouragement for practice and also to identify the abstract circumstances which arise during meditation.


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