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A Simple Practical Meditation Guide For Beginners

7 Easy Yoga Meditation Techniques To Learn How to Relieve Stress, Anger, Anxiety and Depression, Find Inner Peace, Contentment and Happiness In Day To Day Life

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Shiva Girish (Meditation Master)

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Introduction About Book

Preface

The First Thing is to Know What Meditation is:

Difference Between Meditation And Concentration

Choosing A Meditation

About Active & Passive Meditation

Being Sincere With The Meditation Practice:

Mark Your Goal, Intention and Objective Clear

6 Few Characteristics Active Meditation

About Passive Meditation

Why Should We Practice Active Meditation?

6 Powerful Benefits of Active Meditation

Short list of 21 Physical Benefits of Meditation

12 Mental Benefits Of Mediation

Short List Of Emotional Benefits Of Meditation

12 Psychological Benefit Of Meditation

7 SPIRITUAL BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

Introduction about Breathing (Prana)

Different Types of Prana?

Introduction about Sound Healing Meditation

Option No 1: Sukhasana (Simple Easy Sitting Position)

Option No 2: Siddhasana

Option No 3: Shavasana (Lying Down Relaxation Asana Also Called As Corpse Pose)

Option No 4: Chair Sitting Position

Chapter 2

1 Breath Awareness Meditation Technique
(A Simple Easy Calming Breath-Awareness Passive Meditation Technique)

2 Breath Awareness Meditation
(Watching Gap) (A Simple Easy Calming Breath-Awareness Passive Meditation Technique)

3 Simple Balance Breathing Meditation Technique
(Simple Easy Balance breathing meditation technique also called as Sukh Purvaka Pranayama in Hatha Yoga)

4 Humming Sound Healing Meditation
(Humming Meditation A Tibetan Sound healing therapy techniques that Relaxes the body and mind and Keeps us grounded)

5 Vedic Sound Healing Meditation Technique
(Discover A Simple Easy Proven, Powerful Ancient Indian Sound Meditation Techniques To Awaken Body, Mind Heart & Spirit)

6 Walking Breathing Meditation
(A Simple & Easy Meditation Technique To Make Us More Mindful Just By Breathing And Walking)

7 Facial Tension Relaxation Meditation Technique
(A Simple Easy Meditation Based On Making Faces To Release Stress, Anger And Tensions From Facial muscles)

Chapter 3

About Shiva Girish
(A Modern New Age Tantra Yoga & Meditation Master)

Books By Shiva Girish

Introduction About Book

“A Simple Practical Meditation Guide For Beginners” 7 Easy Yoga Meditation Techniques To Learn How to Relieve Stress, Anger, Anxiety and Depression, Find Inner Peace, Contentment and Happiness In Day To Day Life. This E-Book is a collection of varied meditation techniques that have been practiced over centuries in some of the oldest spiritual traditions of the world.

This book will teach you exactly

How & why to Meditate?

The First Thing Is To Know What Meditation Is?

How to Make your goal, intention, and objective clear what you want to achieve from meditation?

You will Learn Mindfulness Meditation Techniques for Daily Relaxation & Greater Self-Awareness

You will learn how to Establish the Correct Mindset for Meditation and How to Calm Your Mind Through This Easy Practice

How to Prepare for Effective Meditation and Overcome All the Common Distractions and Obstacles to Meditation

How to Meditate Effectively by Understanding & Applying the Key Attitudes of Meditation for Deeper Practice

The difference between meditation and concentration?

The difference between active and passive meditation?

How to choose the right meditation practice for you?

What are benefits of meditation for the body, Mind, Heart and Soul?

What are Common obstacles to meditation and who you can overcome it?

How can you prepare yourself for meditation?

What Is Prana (Breathe)

How to practice simple common sitting Asanas?

Preface

What is in this Book?

This book titled “A Simple Practical Meditation Guide For Beginners” is a collection of 7 different simple easy yoga meditation techniques that can be practiced by beginners. These meditations techniques are practiced by many over centuries and has been advised by most of the ancient spiritual traditions in this world and is proven in relaxing the mind. It is a step-by-step guide of 7 Meditation Techniques that can be practiced by modern men that enables the enfoldment of your spiritual power within and the inner peace.

From Where This 21 Meditation Techniques Come From?

These techniques are drawn and compiled from the following sources, taught by the world’s greatest spiritual masters from across different cultures over past centuries:

• Patanjali Yoga Sutra (Hatha Yoga)

• Indian Vedic Tradition.

• Kriya & Tantra Yoga.

• Sufism and Buddhism.

Who can use this book?

This book is for any beginners, yoga teachers, healers, therapist, any corporate of the world or any company professional, who like explore something within yourself.

This book will teach you exactly

How & why to Meditate?

The First Thing Is To Know What Meditation Is?

How to Make your goal, intention, and objective clear what you want to achieve from meditation?

You will Learn Mindfulness Meditation Techniques for Daily Relaxation & Greater Self-Awareness

You will learn how to Establish the Correct Mindset for Meditation and How to Calm Your Mind Through This Easy Practice

How to Prepare for Effective Meditation and Overcome All the Common Distractions and Obstacles to Meditation

How to Meditate Effectively by Understanding & Applying the Key Attitudes of Meditation for Deeper Practice

The difference between meditation and concentration?

The difference between active and passive meditation?

How to choose the right meditation practice for you?

What are benefits of meditation for the body, Mind, Heart and Soul?

What are Common obstacles to meditation and who you can overcome it?

How can you prepare yourself for meditation?

What Is Prana (Breathe)?

How to practice simple common sitting Asanas?

The First Thing is to Know What Meditation is:

Meditation is a state of being arrived at through understanding. Meditation does not need techniques, but requires intelligence as well as dedication. It is all about understanding the subtle workings of the subconscious mind.

• The only way to know what meditation truly is starts with experiencing the silence that one can achieve through meditation.

• Meditation is a state of no-mind. Mind is not the medium to meditate because mind perpetuates itself, leading to distraction and anxiety if unchecked.

• To meditate, you need a peaceful and calm mind. You will have to detach yourself from your mind to experience meditation. This requires practice and dedication to achieve fruition.

• The true state of meditation realizes “I am not the mind”.

• Through meditation, you can experience the beautiful moments of life such as silence, pure space, transparency, stillness, etc.

• During meditation, you can experience yourself as you truly are instead of how you perceive yourself to be, and the mystery that lies at the core of our existence.

• Mediation is the natural state of every being. Mind is unnatural. It is never in the absolute or the natural state. This natural state is similar to a lost paradise. However, it is possible to bring this paradise of in-the-moment consciousness back by practicing meditation.

Difference Between Meditation And Concentration

Many people are of the notion that mediation is nothing but concentration. The fact is that practicing meditation allows one to know the self, while concentration simply focuses on an external/internal object. Put another way, concentration allows one to know what is under a microscope of focus, whereas meditation allows one to fully understand one’s own life, and how it fits into the cosmic tapestry.

• Concentration is dual while meditation is singular.

• One who meditates experiences the all-pervading Consciousness which connects all living things, while concentration simply focuses on one aspect of reality.

• Meditation is experiencing the beyond – from all the boundaries.

• Concentration makes the person tired after some time, but meditation does not.

• Concentration requires rest for the mind and body, but meditation is oneness, merging with the Consciousness and there is no mind at all!

• Meditation is beyond time, place, etc. It is complete from all dimensions bringing relaxation for the mind, body and soul.

• While concentration is a forced action, meditation happens naturally. It is realizing the being, one’s own being.

• Meditation is just the present, beyond all the pasts and all future. In meditation, it is just the happening, witnessing the happening naturally.

Choosing A Meditation

• Go through list of meditations techniques and try a few of them to identify that which appeals you.

• I suggest trying all breathing meditation first as it gives many benefits physically, emotional & mentally.

• If you are rushing yourself to learn many forms of meditation, you are missing the point. One should strive for simplicity, not complexity.

• You get the will power to face those worries and anxieties.

About Active & Passive Meditation

Active Meditation

(Awareness through Movement and Expressive Arts)

Active Meditation is the process of inner witnessing presence while being engaged in activity.

Modern men cannot meditate easily. That’s why active meditation is very important as active meditation is the preparation for passive meditation. to experience meditative state of self-aware consciousness, we need to completely disengage from our thoughts, stressful ideas about past or future, emotions, and body at every given moment. Lot of time this is difficult, or almost impossible to achieve when person is physically, mentally, and emotionally stressed.

Through structured activity and body movement such as chaotic or rhythmic breathing, catharsis, expressive body movement, crying , laughter, shaking, jumping, free dance movement, whirling, gibberish, mantra chanting.

Active Meditation helps to first release physical or emotional stress, rebalance the mind and purify the body of the many layers of repressed thought, feelings and emotions accumulated in the body. Free expression of active body movement practiced in a well-considered and organized way naturally brings about physical, mental & emotional relaxation, which then helps us to prepare the necessary ground for self-observation and witnessing to happen naturally.

As far as the main goal is concerned there is no difference between active and passive meditations. The intention of both is the same – to prepare the body, empty the mind which leads to help us connect with our inner witnessing presence.

Both active and passive states are beautiful. It has a balancing nature. It is ideal to be active initially so that the passivity is followed naturally. Our mind or body can rest only if there is an activity. Without any action, there is no need of rest. When used in tandem the active and passive states have a synergistic effect which allows for a greater clarity of mind and value from meditation.

Being Sincere With The Meditation Practice:

Sincerity is important with any practice in yoga or meditation. Sincerity and commitment are essential to get spiritual benefits from these Tantra practices as well as to get control over the mind. One has to do the practice patiently so that the benefits are experienced and achieved gradually. Dedication starts with punctuality of practices with the wholehearted involvement by considering Tantra as a part of everyday life.

There should not be any regret if some day is missed, just resume and continue with the same pace as a beginner. Try to follow the instructions with sincerity.

Mark Your Goal, Intention and Objective Clear

For any action in the life, there has to be a goal or an aim. Same way in the beginning of meditation always set a goal (e.g. – “I will do that particular meditation technique for this many days to release certain emotion”). Any spiritual practice is always oriented with clear goals and objectives. Practice of meditation is also the same because they influence your mental and physical wellbeing.

6 Few Characteristics Active Meditation

1. In active meditation, the objective of watching the movements helps people to come out of the negative thoughts that have been gathered during their daily activities.

2. These negative thoughts will creates disturbance in the mind and therefore have to be expelled from the mind. The act of movement helps some to visualize expelling from the body, and therefore the mind.

3. Through active mediation, the energy is dissipated and channelized properly. This will allow the natural silence and stillness of mind back, thereby improving wellness.

4. Active meditation is helpful for people who find it tough to sit still and meditate. It is ideal for people who learn to increase awareness through movement and action. Exercise can be a form of active meditation, and is certainly one that many people use.

5. The movements and physical exercises helps to awaken the energy, release it by relaxing the tensed muscles and then making the mind calm.

6. Active meditation allows us to reclaim the joy of simply being alive as we are and to live the present moment, here and now.

About Passive Meditation

Passive meditation is just the opposite of Active one. While the previous techniques are practiced with the help of body movements and actions, passive one is for those who wish to take time to settle physically. In this technique, the mind is made calm by choosing a silent place, sitting calmly by withdrawing our senses from external objects and concentrating on the self. It is introversion where the focus is to see what is inside. This happens only when the mind is calm.

One of the easiest ways of doing passive meditation is to watch the breath. Watching the gap of the breath is also a good technique. Watching the gap between two breaths can give you a good experience of stillness. There are few passive meditation techniques mentioned in this book try all of them see which one you like.

Why Should We Practice Active Meditation?

Everyone has their own reason for why they meditate. Some meditate to gain more concentration. Some people do it to improve their productivity. Some are trying to get rid of stress while some are looking for a way to explore their creativity limits. It is all about motivation and the goals you have in your life.

• Active meditation is meant for those who cannot sit and experience the silence inside. Rhythmic motions are used in place of stillness to hone the mind to a sort of white noise of movement, which some people prefer to the silence of stillness.

• The stress collected in the body and mind makes it almost impossible. Getting rid of tensions is essential before invoking the potential of our inner consciousness.

6 Powerful Benefits of Active Meditation

1. Inner calmness and silence is attained, as well as alertness, and concentration with the power to bring peace within ourselves.

2. Many situations that disturb our mind are automatically controlled through our continuous movement.

3. With many active meditations, there is no suppression of emotions and thoughts which automatically reduce the anxiety and heal the emotional disturbances.

4. The thinking process moves from logical and dimension to an intuitive level. Relationships with friends and family become more meaningful and enriched, as they are extended from a logical plane into a purely emotional one.

5. The mind starts gaining self-confidence, acceptance and self-esteem. It increases the clarity of thoughts and sensibility.

6. Our creativity increases with growth of spirituality, allowing one to transform into who one wishes to be.

Short list of 21 Physical Benefits of Meditation

1. Makes body physically fit by concentrating on a goal or a particular situation.

2. Immune system improves based on how much focus is gathered

3. Blood and body are oxygenated properly.

4. Blood pressure is controlled along with the heart rate, improving the longevity of life.

5. Relief from stress and an increase in vitality due to understanding the impermanence of discomfort.

6. With proper circulations of energy many emotional blockages are released, when you are less stressed and have no emotional blocks, you seem younger, more carefree and vital.

7. Help’s you to increase & organize body energy in a positive way.

8. Improves your quality of sleep and allows one to fall asleep at will.

9. It decreases respiratory rate.

10. It increases blood flow and slows the heart rate.

11. Increases exercise tolerance.

12. 1 Leads to a deeper level of physical relaxation.

13. Good for people with high blood pressure.

14. Reduces anxiety attacks by lowering the levels of blood lactate.

15. Decreases muscle tension.

16. Helps in post-operative healing.

17. Enhances the immune system.

18. Reduces activity of viruses and emotional distress.

19. Enhances energy, strength and vigor.

20. Drop in cholesterol levels, lowers risk of cardiovascular disease.

21. Improved flow of air to the lungs resulting in easier breathing.

12 Mental Benefits Of Mediation

Meditation brings the brainwave pattern into an Alpha state that promotes healing. The mind becomes fresh, delicate and beautiful. With regular practice of meditation:

1. Meditation sharpens the mind by gaining focus and expands through relaxation.

2. Sense of responsibility increases, thoughts become critical and mind becomes decisive.

3. Mind becomes detached from emotions experienced in the past, allowing you to be more able to make rational judgments.

4. Self-communication improves with an understanding on the thought process and control over the thinking.

5. Anxiety decreases

6. Awareness of being in the present, instead of your psyche lingering in the past or on negative emotions.

7. Emotional stability improves

8. Creativity increases

9. Happiness increases

10. Intuition develops

11. Gain clarity and peace of mind

12. Problems become smaller.

Short List Of Emotional Benefits Of Meditation

JOY:

• Meditation helps to release the unnecessary blocks that stop the natural happiness and joy from sprouting in the consciousness. The only way to truly enjoy life is to become closer with the infinite self.

• Meditation can actually help cure phobias, by processing them rationally from a viewpoint outside your own fear.

CALMNESS:

• A person who meditates knows the thoughts arising in the mind, but is not controlled by them. For one who does not mediate, thoughts rule their actions, often in ways they do not understand.

COMPASSION:

• Meditation makes the mind more compassionate. By cultivating unity and love, the mind starts seeing oneness in everything. Ego identification of the mind reduces by creating thoughtfulness and forgiveness.

EMOTIONAL STRENGTH:

• Meditation helps one to become stronger internally. Anxiety, fear, worries etc. arising out of emotions gradually cease and your mind is stabilized by gaining freedom from all these distractions. Faith of the Self increases through intellectual thinking.

• Meditation uses visualization to control what emotions you wish you feel, and in turn can be an incredible tool in subverting fear and anger.

12 Psychological Benefit Of Meditation

1. The mind becomes naturally calm and peaceful.

2. Emotional nature of the mind starts balancing especially during deep crisis.

3. Anger is released consciously, in a sublimated form.

4. Emotional and physical trauma is released.

5. Awareness increases along with self-esteem.

6. Increasing faith in self due to having better relationships and a stronger spirit.

7. Uncovering of innate personal intuition.

8. Effortless relating to others.

9. Thoughts are managed with better clarity.

10. Dissolving social anxiety.

11. Unconditional acceptance of yourself.

12. Mental strength with increased patience and clarity with focus.

7 SPIRITUAL BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

1. The stillness of inner being is experienced within the present moment.

2. Thoughts are witnessed along with bodily actions and other emotions.

3. Consciousness grows gradually.

4. Completeness and contentment is felt internally along with love.

5. Identification with existence along with gratitude.

6. Compassion increases with great appreciation for life.

7. Surrender is achieved with deep respect for nature and the earth.

Introduction about Breathing (Prana)

What Is Prana (Breathe)?

Prana is the vital energy that supports all living beings in this universe. Pranayama is the regulation and control over this life force and energy. In Sanskrit, “pra” is a constant and “na” means movement. So, “prana” is the constant movement. Prana is the subtle energy that exists in each individual and is included in each and every cycle of breath. Whatever is manifested in the Universe is Prana, which is the total sum of all the energies. Dormant powers and forces lying in every individual are awakened with the help of pranic energy. Prana has connection with the human mind, will, individual consciousness and finally the universal consciousness. Once you learn how to control or regulate the pranic energy, you will know the secret behind this pranic force. Prana is the power behind personality, individuality, all the bodily functions that sustain life, and the pillar that powers the nervous system.

Different Types of Prana?

There are five pranas (Prana, Apana, Samana, Udana and Vyana ) that manage all functions of the body in each human being.

What is Pranayama? (Pranayama: Breathing)

Pranayama is the ancient art in yogic philosophy to control the Prana or the vital energy scientifically. The practice of pranayama helps one to control the forces of energy that support the life in each one of us. In Sanskrit, prana is “constant movement” and “yama” is exploring the dimension. So, pranayama is the practice to explore the pranic energy already present in the individual.

• Prayanam is the breathing technique practiced to bring the control over body and mind.

• Hatha yoga is the preparation of pranayama because, before the practice, it is necessary to purify the nadis, the energy channels by performing “shadkarmas”

• Through systematic and conscious breathing, mind can be controlled easily.

• Systematic breathing through nostrils ensures the sufficient supply of oxygen to all the organs in the body.

• Pranayama activates the brain cells, improves the intellectual capacity and brings discrimination.

• Pranayama balances the breath and prana properly so that the body and mind are under the control of the individual.

Introduction about Sound Healing Meditation

While Meditation is practiced to calm down the mind, meditation with the help of sound is a technique using sound as an instrument to control the mind. With the help of sound, it is possible to gain concentration by diverting the mind towards the sound or a certain mantra. In next page I mentioned more about sound based mantras meditation.

Few Benefits of Sound Or Mantra Meditation:

• Sound of the mantra helps you to increase the concentration.

• The vibration of the mantra meditation is not only affecting the mind, but the body too.

• You will experience an energetic feeling after the practice because the mantra works on the body too.

• It is the best instrument to control an agitated mind by reducing the thoughts arising out of worries and anxiety.

Option No 1: Sukhasana (Simple Easy Sitting Position)

What is Sukhasana

To start with practice “Sukhasana,” the most comfortable posture for any beginner. This posture is easily accessible and as popular as easy pose for meditation. Breath control can be improved in this asana. It helps to open the groin and hips by strengthening the lower back.

How To Practice Sukhasana

• Cross your legs and place the outer edge of the raised foot onto the opposite leg’s calf, thigh, or groin.

• Be mindful to alternate the crossing of your legs, to create even flexibility in your legs and your hips.

• Place your hands on your knees.

• There can be a bending tendency in this posture; it is important to keep your spine straight. You can concentrate on any part of your body.

Option No 2: Siddhasana

In Yoga, Siddhasana is the most suitable asana for meditation. While meditating, energy flows from the base of the spine (the perineum) to the crown of the head. Siddhasana automatically straightens the spine and activates the lower chakras allowing the practitioner to receive the maximum benefit in spiritual advancement. Through practicing and meditating in Siddhasana “perfection” is achieved. Siddhasana also controls and regulates the practitioner’s blood pressure rate.

How To Practice Siddhasana

• Sit with a straight back and extend your legs forward.

• Bend your left leg and place the sole of your foot on your right thigh. Press the heel of your foot into your perineum.

• Place your right foot on top.

• Bring both heels as close to your body (groin) as possible.

Option No 3: Shavasana[
**](Lying Down Relaxation Asana Also Called As Corpse Pose)

What Is Shavasana

Shavasana is called dead body or corpse pose. In this relaxation posture the focus in on consciously observing your breath. To stay awake and alert it is recommended to count your breath and notice, feel, observe the rise and fall of your belly. Practice Savasana will increase the concentration and one pointed focus. Tension is released by visualizing and consciously relaxing the cells in your entire body. Shavasana is suitable & recommended for all individuals regardless of age or mobility.

How to Practice Shavasana

• Lie down on your back. For individuals that have any neck injuries a small pillow can be placed under the neck.

• Keep your eyes closed.

• Relax your jaw by separating your teeth and taking the tongue away from the roof of your mouth.

• Breathe through your nose.

• Comfortably separate your legs so that they are perpendicular to your shoulders.

• With your legs still separated, allow your toes to point out and your heels to point towards one another.

• Place your arms alongside your body (leave a short distance between your wrists and your legs).

• Turn your palms upwards to the sky.

Option No 4: Chair Sitting Position

What is Chair Sitting Posture

Chair sitting posture is ideal for elderly practitioners and individuals with back or knee injuries.

How to Practice Chair Sitting Posture:

• Sit on a chair with your spine straight.

• If needed, a cushion can be placed underneath your pelvic area to support a straight spine for an extended period of time.

• Ensure that there is support from the back of the chair.

1 Breath Awareness Meditation Technique[
**](A Simple Easy Calming Breath-Awareness Passive Meditation Technique)

Breath Awareness Meditation technique is also a simple meditation technique that focuses on the breathing process. Breathing plays a vital role in yoga, meditation and tantra practices. This is same with all the traditions of spirituality.

According to Buddhist tradition , Anapana Sati is one of the breathing technique that is practice on observing the inhalation and exhalation with awareness, Buddhu himself got enlightened throught Anapana Sati there fore it was initiated by Buddha himself as one the key Buddhist meditation practice.

As the breathing process is what that controls the emotions, body illness, mental distractions, etc., control of breath or correct breathing certainly brings the wellness of the whole being. Whether we are aware or not, breathing is the only process that continues within the body to power the pranic energy in sustaining the life. Watching the breathing process automatically takes the mind to another realm connecting with your true inner being.

Meditation Tips Before We Get Started…

• It is essential to be in a comfortable and a relaxed position before beginning any meditation practice.

• The place chosen for meditation practice must be calm, quiet, have a free flow of air and must be free from any external disturbances.

• Sitting posture must be perfect wherein neck should be straight, spine upright, and erect.

• Head should be straight like you are watching someone in front of you, this allows your mind to calm down.

• Keep eyes closed throughout, no strain should be felt in neck or facial muscles, also try to relax your shoulders, arms, and thighs before meditation.

Preparation Stage Choice

Since it is not easy for many people to directly enter in passive meditation there can few options to prepare mind & body. Either you can do any type of yoga asanas or you can do first meditation technique from this book which Yogic Breathing Meditation or you can do active dance meditation.

(Dance Meditation For 10 Minutes)

It is very essential to warm up the body before doing Breath Awareness Meditation, I will suggest you to put good dance music tracks and move your body freely with eyes closed, like if you are possessed with dance. Let your body take over completely. Try not controlling your movements and just being total in the dance. After ten minutes of dance slowly sit down and relax for 5 to 7 minutes. Then start Breath Awareness Meditation.

METHOD HOW TO DO THIS MEDITATION

• Sit straight in a comfortable posture. You can place the hands on knees, keeping palms up or down.

• Bring your awareness to the body and stay in that state for a few moments.

• Take a few moments to simply be”. Notice whatever is being experienced at the moment. Sounds, physical sensations, thoughts, feelings.

• Without trying to do anything about it.

• Continue like this a little while, allowing yourself to settle down.

• Now bring the attention to the breath. Simply notice the breath as it moves in and out as the body inhales and exhales.

• Start watching your breath. first, the inhalation, from where it enters your nostrils, right down into your lungs.

• Then exhalation breath comes out from lungs to out of your nostrils.

• Inhalation & exhalation is your natural rhythm of breathing.

• Watch at the end of the inhalation there will be a small gap.

• Also watch at the end of the exhalation there will be a small gap, as well.

• Continue doing this 4 steps, breathing in & watching gap & breathing out & watching gap.

• Feel the breath, smell the breath, see how deep it is.

• Do this meditation for 10 To 15 minutes.

• It will be ideal if you set an alarm or a timer.

• Now come back to natural breathing keeping hands on the side.

• Let go of the technique, slowly bring your hands & legs down and relax in Shavasana with complete silence with eyes closed. Just remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware and watch whatever is happening inside your body. Just relax and be a witness to experience. Continue this for around 7 to 10 minutes.

2 Breath Awareness Meditation (Watching Gap)[
**](A Simple Easy Calming Breath-Awareness Passive Meditation Technique)

Breath Awareness Meditation technique is also a simple meditation technique that focuses on the breathing process. Breathing plays a vital role in yoga, meditation and tantra practices. This is same with all the traditions of spirituality.

(Watching Gap) this technique is same as Breath Awareness Meditation Technique mentioned above. Only difference in first technique awareness moves with breathing in & breathing out,

Here in (Watching Gap) meditation technique awareness on observing & watching the gap between incoming & outgoing breathe, When your breath comes in through your nostrils, observe. For a single moment or a thousandth part of a moment, there is no breathing ― just before it turns up, there is gap. In this movement there is a certain point that breathing stops completely.

Then the breathing goes out moving upwards. again there is a certain point that breathing stops completely for a movement.

Meditation Tips Before We Get Started…

• It is essential to be in a comfortable and a relaxed position before beginning any meditation practice.

• The place chosen for meditation practice must be calm, quiet, have a free flow of air and must be free from any external disturbances.

• Sitting posture must be perfect for meditation. Neck should be straight, spine upright, and erect.

• Head should be straight like you are watching someone in front of you, this allows your mind to calm down.

• Keep eyes closed throughout, no strain should be felt in neck or facial muscles, also try to relax your shoulders, arms, and thighs before meditation.

Preparation Stage Choice

Since it is not easy for many people to directly enter in passive meditation there can few options to prepare mind & body. Either you can do any type of yoga asanas or you can do first meditation technique from this book which Yogic Breathing Meditation or you can do active dance meditation.

(Dance Meditation For 10 Minutes)

It is very essential to warm up the body before doing Breath Awareness Meditation (Watching Gap), I will suggest you to put good dance music tracks and move your body freely with eyes closed, like if you are possessed with dance. Let your body take over completely. Try not controlling your movements and just being total in the dance. After ten minutes of dance slowly sit down and relax for 5 to 7 minutes. Then start Breath Awareness Meditation (Watching Gap)

METHOD HOW TO DO THIS MEDITATION

• Sit straight in a comfortable posture. You can place the hands on knees, keeping palms up or down.

• Take a few moments to simply be”. Notice whatever is being experienced at the moment. sounds, physical sensations, thoughts, feelings.

• Without trying to do anything about it.

• Continue like this a little while, allowing yourself to settle down.

• Slowly bring your focus to the breath. Let the mind simply watch the breathing process as a whole.

• As the breathing continues, stop for a while after the inhalation.

• Watch the gap, the space before starting the exhalation.

• Now slowing exhale by taking the same time as it was for inhalation.

• Again, watch the gap. This can be according to the comfort level. Do not hold the breath forcefully.

• The gap between the next inhalation or exhalation is the link to the experience the silence within.

• Breathe deeper than normal and remain aware of this breathing process.

• Next, you should put emphasis on turning your breath but not on this gap. Breathing in and breathing out are two halves of one circle named breathing. These two do not meet anywhere. This breathing in and breathing out are not two separate breaths, but part of one single breath. So, the breath which goes in is the one that comes out, and this means that the breath must take a turn somewhere. There is a point of time at which the incoming breath transforms into an outgoing one.

• Do this meditation for 10 To 15 minutes.

• It will be ideal if you set an alarm or a timer.

• Now come back to natural breathing keeping hands on the side.

• Let go of the technique, slowly bring your hands & legs down and relax in Shavasana with complete silence with eyes closed. Just remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware and watch whatever is happening inside your body. Just relax and be a witness to experience. Continue this for around 7 to 10 minutes.

Remark:

After practice this meditation technique for few times you can try following ways:

• Observe the gap between two breaths as much as possible during the routine work.

• Observe the silence in between the notes of music, space between clouds, etc. This helps to expand the gap in the mind.

3 Simple Balance Breathing Meditation Technique[
**](Simple Easy Balance breathing meditation technique also called as Sukh Purvaka Pranayama in Hatha Yoga)

The meaning of means Sukh Purvak means – Complete (Purvak) Harmony (Sukh). This is a kind of breathing technique to experience joy of bliss by regulating the breathing through both the nostrils. This is one of the pranayams practiced to increase the level of concentration and get rid of various respiratory problems. This technique is also one among to awaken the kundalini power within. This breathing exercise makes the body and mind calm and cool. This can be either done in padmasana posture or by sitting on a chair. Just make sure that you sit comfortably with a straight spine.

Meditation Tips Before We Get Started…

• It is essential to be in a comfortable and a relaxed position before beginning any meditation practice.

• The place chosen for meditation practice must be calm, quiet, have a free flow of air and must be free from any external disturbances.

• Sitting posture must be perfect wherein neck should be straight, spine upright, and erect.

• Head should be straight like you are watching someone in front of you, this allows your mind to calm down.

• Keep eyes closed throughout, no strain should be felt in neck or facial muscles, also try to relax your shoulders, arms, and thighs before meditation.

METHOD: HOW TO DO THIS TECHNIQUE

• Sit straight in a comfortable posture. You can place the hands on knees, keeping palms up or down.

• Take a few moments to simply be”. Notice whatever is being experienced at the moment. sounds, physical sensations, thoughts, feelings.

• Close the right nostril with the right thumb and breathe in very slowly through the left nostril.

• Keeping the right thumb over the right nostril

• Close the left nostril with the last three fingers of the same hand and retain the breath ‘as long as’ you comfortably can.

• Releasing the thumb from the right nostril, gently release the breath through it.

• Do the opposite by first closing the left nostril with the last three fingers of the right hand and breathing in through the left nostril.

• Close the right nostril with the right thumb of the same hand and retain the breath ‘as long as’ you comfortably can.

• Release the last three fingers from the left nostril and release the breath through it.

• Alternating the cycle is one pranayama.

Time and repetition: Start with 10 pranayama cycles and gradually increase the number to 20 cycles and practice twice a day, in the morning and evening.

Alternative way to practice Sukha Pranayama (Balance Breathing Meditation)

How to Practice Sukha pranayama(Balance Breathing Meditation):

• Sit straight in a comfortable posture. You can place the hands on knees, keeping palms up or down.

• Take a few moments to simply be”. Notice whatever is being experienced at the moment. sounds, physical sensations, thoughts, feelings.

• Keep the palms on the knees.

• Observe your natural breathing process.

• Feel the breath flowing and out of the lungs.

• Let the breathing be natural.

• Feel the abdominal movement while breathing.

• While inhaling, allow the abdominal wall move out.

• While exhaling let it move in.

• Keep your mind clear, only “observing” your breathing.

• While inhaling, feel the power and energy flow and while exhaling imagine throwing out tension and stress.

• Continue this for around 7 to 10 minutes.

• Slowly let to of the techniques, let your eyes be closed and just for what’s happening inside for 1 or 2minutes.

• Let go of the technique, slowly bring your hands & legs down and relax in Shavasana with complete silence with eyes closed. Just remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware and watch whatever is happening inside your body. Just relax and be a witness to experience. Continue this for around 7 to 10 minutes

The Benefits of Balance Breathing Meditation – Sukha Pranayama.

• Provides deep relaxation to the body and mind.

• Strengthens the nervous system.

• Gives additional strength to the respiratory system.

• Improves concentration.

• Relieves stress.

• Removes depression.

• Relieves hypertension.

• Through this practice, the body becomes healthier as the carbon dioxide is pushed out properly.

• Fresh oxygen supplied through the process results in the better functioning of the digestive system.

• The mind is equipped for meditation with a higher concentration level.

• The benefits of this Pranayama are incalculable. All the muscles are relaxed. All the nerves are toned. Rhythm and harmony are established in the entire being. Mind is calmed. Circulation is promoted. An inexpressible peace and bliss come to reign within you.

4 Humming Sound Healing Meditation[
**](Humming Meditation A Tibetan Sound healing therapy techniques that Relaxes the body and mind and Keeps us grounded)

Humming Sound Healing Meditation Technique is a one the simplest & easy meditation practice that can be done by any individual to experience the peace and serenity within. It opens the truthfulness and trust inside you. This technique is rooted in old Tibetan Buddhist Techniques. The energy that is within us is used to heal the self. In this humming meditation technique during the practice, the sound is brought down from the head to the body completely to make the body and mind relaxed. Once the sound is spread across the body, there is a soothing and calming effect. With the help of this effect, physical and emotional distress is released with a result of healing the heart. It will also take you to a balanced state of deeply centered well-being.

Humming meditation has numerous benefits. For those who suffer with chest problems, communication issues, throat problems, bronchitis, this technique is will help to get relieved. The integration of breath and humming in this technique is one of the best ways to release the energy blocks and tension.

This process also clears and refreshes the throat.”

The sound is just “mmmmm” and not any mantra. The sound created can be as lengthy as possible with comfort; that is in between breathes. Do it in a relaxed mode, without any tension. During this humming sound your energy and whole inner being are completely immersed in the vibration created through the sound. Maintain minimum gap between the sounds. Gradually, you will feel that you are just a listener and humming continues automatically without any effort.

Meditation Tips Before We Get Started…

• It is essential to be in a comfortable and a relaxed position before beginning any meditation practice.

• The place chosen for meditation practice must be calm, quiet, have a free flow of air and must be free from any external disturbances.

• Sitting posture must be perfect for meditation. Neck should be straight, spine upright, and erect.

• Head should be straight like you are watching someone in front of you, this allows your mind to calm down.

• Keep eyes closed throughout, no strain should be felt in neck or facial muscles, also try to relax your shoulders, arms, and thighs before meditation.

(Dance Meditation For 10 Minutes)

It is very essential to warm up the body before doing Breath Awareness Meditation, I will suggest you to put good dance music tracks and move your body freely with eyes closed, like if you are possessed with dance. Let your body take over completely. Try not controlling your movements and just being total in the dance. After ten minutes of dance slowly sit down and relax for 5 to 7 minutes. Then start Humming Sound Healing Meditation Technique

METHOD HOW TO DO THIS MEDITATION

• Start by sitting in comfortable meditative position.

• Sitting posture chosen, must be perfect for meditation. Neck should be straight, spine upright, and erect.

• Witness your natural breathing process for few movements.

• Keep the palms on the knees.

• Observe your natural breathing process.

• Drop your shoulders and relax.

• Gently touch the lips at the same time so as to make the “hum” sound reaches the head, face, neck muscles without any effort.

• Relax the jaws.

• Playing slow music in the background is recommended for enjoying the experience.

• Inhale slowly.

• Close the lips and exhale.

• Make “mmm” sound while breathing out. The sound generated during this practice like that of the sound generated by us by putting the face inside a vessel.

• Continue to create the sound till the end of exhalation. Make it deep and loud as far as possible. It should be natural as the deep breath is taken by the body automatically, without any effort.

• While it is a tone, it is possible to make it musical.

• Continue the practice making “mmm” sound with next breath cycle.

• This time, the energy generated through the practice enters all the cells of the body and cleanses it.

• Enjoy the blissful state with a pleasant and smiling face.

• Allow the thoughts to come and go. Just watch the mind and be a witness for the thoughts.

• Continue humming for 10 to 15 minutes.

• Let go of the technique, slowly bring your hands & legs down and relax in Shavasana with complete silence with eyes closed. Just remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware and watch whatever is happening inside your body. Just relax and be a witness to experience. Continue this for around 7 to 10 minutes.

Initially, it can be for 8 to 10 minutes and later, it can go up to 10 to 15 minutes.

Few Benefits of Humming Sound Meditation

• This technique takes your being and focuses to the center. It helps to settle the stress and restlessness feeling internally.

• Face keeps smiling, it fully happens with me.

• Breath rate is becomes normal.

• Unproductive thinking is lost; negativity is lost by diving into the rounds of “hmmmm”. You can experience the change in thinking.

• It activates the parasympathetic nervous system that calms down the nervous system.

5 Vedic Sound Healing Meditation Technique[
**](Discover A Simple Easy Proven, Powerful Ancient Indian Sound Meditation Techniques To Awaken Body, Mind Heart & Spirit)

While Meditation is practiced to calm down the mind, meditation with the help of sound is a technique using sound as an instrument to control the mind. With the help of sound, it is possible to gain concentration by diverting the mind towards the sound or a certain mantra. In next page I mentioned more about sound based mantras meditation.

Few Benefits of Sound Or Mantra Meditation:

• Sound of the mantra helps you to increase the concentration.

• The vibration of the mantra meditation is not only affecting the mind, but the body too.

• You will experience an energetic feeling after the practice because the mantra works on the body too.

It is the best instrument to control an agitated mind by reducing the thoughts arising out of worries and anxiety.

Meditation Tips Before We Get Started…

• It is essential to be in a comfortable and a relaxed position before beginning any meditation practice.

The place chosen for meditation practice must be calm, quiet, have a free flow of air and must be free from any external disturbances.

(Dance Meditation For 10 Minutes)

It is very essential to warm up the body before doing Breath Awareness Meditation, I will suggest you to put good dance music tracks and move your body freely with eyes closed, like if you are possessed with dance. Let your body take over completely. Try not controlling your movements and just being total in the dance. After ten minutes of dance slowly sit down and relax for 5 to 7 minutes. Then start Sound Healing Meditation Technique

METHOD HOW TO DO THIS MEDITATION

• Be seated in a comfortable posture with crossed legs. Sitting on chair as well as lying on the floor is also fine to do this meditation

• Bring your awareness to the body and stay in that state for a few moments.

• If felt necessary, set the alarm for around 10 to 15 minutes.

• Through the nose, take around 15 to 20 deep breaths, breathing in deeply and breathing out deeply. This is to oxygenate the blood and for relaxation.

• Let go of deep breathing and relax for few movements.

• Now breathing in deeply through nose then open your mouth and start making long deep sound of “ooo” so while making of sound “ooo” your breath comes of out your mouth and this ”ooo” sound of start to move throughout your body.

• Once your breathe is finesh again breathe deep through nose and breathe out through open mouth with repeating the sound of ”ooo”.

• During the process of ”ooo” sound chanting try to relax whole body, there should no rush to complete the sound chanting and try to be dissolved or become one with the process of ”ooo” sound chanting.

• Now breathing in deeply through nose then open your mouth and start making long deep sound of “AAA” so while making of sound “AAA” your breath comes of out your mouth and this ”AAA” sound of start to move throughout your body.

• Once your breathe is finesh again breathe deep through nose and breathe out through open mouth with repeating the sound of ”AAA”.

• During the process of ”AAA” sound chanting try to relax whole body, there should no rush to complete the sound chanting and try to be dissolved or become one with the process of ”AAAA” sound chanting.

• Continue like this for 5 minutes.

• Let go of the technique, slowly lie down in Shavasana with complete silence with eyes closed. Just remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware and watch whatever is happening inside your body. Allow emotions to come but stay detached and be present. Just relax and be a witness to experience. Continue this for 10 minutes (also recommended to use relaxation music on this relaxation stage).

6 Walking Breathing Meditation[
**](A Simple & Easy Meditation Technique To Make Us More Mindful Just By Breathing And Walking)

Walking Breathing Meditation is a type of breathing meditation is to observe the breathing pattern while walking. In busy modern life style, we all walk every day in one situation or the other. This walking itself can be turned as mediation if both the walking and breathing can be synchronized consciously and systematically.

Walking Breathing Meditation happens when you are aware of your breathing even while walking. It makes you go deep within increasing the concentration and awareness. If the breathing process is conscious even while walking, you can easily take the mind to a meditative state. Mind is trained to be alert in each of your steps in life. With that alertness, the mind is automatically trained to be cautious and aware when taking any step in the life. This practice can be done anywhere, anytime whether you are at home, shopping mall or even in the professional life. Anyone can practice walking meditation either alone or in a group.

This walking breathing meditation helps to develop such an attitude and a state of mind. You are aware both physically and mentally. You will be able to explore your latent potential that increases the productivity in life.

Since it is completely based on your mind and the concentration, it could be done without depending on anything. You will be able to experience the joy of the mindfulness gradually. It also gives you a kind of awareness in a way that you can sense the happenings in and around you. You can feel the present moment anywhere, anytime. It is possible to come out from the usual worries and tensions in daily life if you try to live in the present moment with full awareness and joy.

METHOD HOW TO DO THIS MEDITATION

Simple Steps:

1. Find a pleasant & comfortable place to walk – either indoors or outside.

2. When you take the left feet forward, inhale.

3. When you take the right foot forward, exhale.

4. While taking each step pay attention to the sensations of walking.

5. Keep a slower pace initially to get trained. Don’t worry if this kind of walking feels awkward at first time.

6. Let your mind be focused, relaxed, being present in this practice. If mind wanders into thoughts of past or future, simply come back to the practice.

7. Keep your attention & awareness on the rhythm of the walking —between movement of left and right foot. Simply notice the experience of left-right-left-right foot movement.

8. You can make the breath and steps go hand in hand slowly and consciously.

7 Facial Tension Relaxation Meditation Technique[
**](A Simple Easy Meditation Based On Making Faces To Release Stress, Anger And Tensions From Facial muscles)

The mental and body tensions directly reflect in the face. Facial Tension Relaxation Meditation Technique this meditation is a Simple and easy to de-stress the face muscles and release tension. Practicing this meditation relaxes the tension by making a faces the way you wish. Stretching releases the stress of the facial muscles that is the cause of certain blocks. The tensions accumulated here influence the thought process too. This meditation technique lets the face organs move freely and consciously to relax the tensed parts and release anger from the face.

This meditation gives more benefits if practiced in front of the mirror as you can see the movements and changes in the facial expressions during the practice.

Best Time To Do This Practice: Early Morning Or Before Sleeping.

Meditation Tips Before We Get Started…

• It is essential to be in a comfortable and a relaxed position before beginning any meditation practice.

• The place chosen for meditation practice must be calm, quiet, have a free flow of air and must be free from any external disturbances.

Method How To Do This meditation

• Stand straight feet apart or sit down with a straight spine and start making weird faces.

• Continue by moving your jaw up, down, left, right, front, back and round movements.

• Involve all your face’s muscles in this movement.

• Move your eyebrows up & down.

• Contract & stretch your nose & cheeks.

• Move your lips and tongue.

• Expand, contract and move your eyes.

• Allow emotions to come just like small children. Do anything whatever you like to good, bad, weird, beautiful, sad faces. Such that the whole face and the facial muscles start moving.

• If words or sounds are produced, let it come out; don’t give any meaning to it, you can also take support by making fists tight – this allows you to release anger & tensions from the face as well as from the other parts of the body.

• Let this movement of the facial muscles be continued without gaps.

• Keep breaking the patterns of the movement randomly as it helps every small part of the face move.

• Continue like this for 10 to 15 minutes.

• Let go of the technique, slowly lie down in Shavasana with complete silence with eyes closed. Just remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware and watch whatever is happening inside your body. Allow emotions to come but stay detached and be present. Just relax and be a witness to experience. Continue this for 10 minutes (also recommended to use relaxation music on this relaxation stage).

Special Remark:

During the meditation practice you can support yourself using the mirror to watch yourself. Standing before the mirror will help more: you will be able to see yourself, your face, and you will be able to respond quickly.

You can play any music you like. If done early in the morning lie down & relax for 10 minutes. It is best to do this meditation practice at night time just before you go to sleep.

About Shiva Girish[
**](A Modern New Age Tantra Yoga & Meditation Master)

Left his home town 13 years ago and started his spiritual journey as a seeker travelling to different cities of India. During this journey he explored many different ways to transform his life and failed many times until he found the meditation techniques of From Lord Shiva.

Inspired by these ancient teaching, he has been conducting classes, wellness programs, weekly workshops, Evening Social meditation events, Meditation teacher trainings in various parts of India and abroad for the last 8 years.

Shiva practices and shares the teachings that he has learned directly from many different traditional masters, Modern New Age Therapists and Enlightened Masters. It is the same meditation practice that also is and has been the base of many eastern cultures for many centuries. He specializes in Kundlini Tantra Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Osho Meditation along with active & passive meditation techniques from Kashmir Shaivism – Vigyan Bhairav Tantra.

Based upon his learning’s, Shiva Girish has written a number of excellent books on various forms of active & passive meditation techniques as well as yoga kriyas, that are designed to meet the needs of people in the modern world, as well as beginners, right through to yoga meditation teachers, alternative healers and therapists as a manual to guide them in their path of self-transformation in daily lives.

His Spiritual meditation workshops, seminars and meditation training have to transform many people emotionally, mentally, physically, psychologically and spiritually. In last 24 months he has worked with more than two thousand international students.

Books By Shiva Girish

A Simple Practical Meditation Guide For Beginners

7 Easy Yoga Meditation Techniques To Learn How to Relieve Stress, Anger, Anxiety and Depression, Find Inner Peace, Contentment and Happiness In Day To Day Life.

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“A Simple Practical Meditation Guide for Beginners” This Book is Written By Shiva Girish Meditation Master it’s a collection of varied Yoga Meditation Techniques that have been practiced for centuries in some of the oldest spiritual traditions. It provides you ways to learn how to relieve Stress, Anger, Anxiety, Depression and Find Inner Peace, Contentment, and Happiness In Day to Day Life.

A Complete Beginners Guide How To Heal & Balance Anahata Heart Chakra

A Simplified Step By Step Guide Practical To Awaken Self Love – Compassion – Gratitude And Forgiveness towards yourself & others

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This Book is a simplified easy step by step practical beginners’ which guide to learn, understand how and why should to heal & balance Anahata Heart Chakra through the ancient Vedic science of Heart Chakra Healing. Meditations techniques in these books give you immediate benefits to Awaken Self-Acceptance – Self-Love – Compassion – Gratitude and Forgiveness towards yourself & others in Life.

The Complete Beginners’ Guide On How To Heal Chakras

A Step by Step Simplified Practical Guide for Definitive Source of Energy Center Wisdom for Holistic Health, Happiness, and Spiritual Evolution.

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The Complete Beginners' Guide On How To Heal Chakras” this book is written by Shiva girish chakra therapy meditation master. This book is a step by step practical beginner's guide – to learn and understand what chakra- seven bodies are. Why should you learn and understand chakra Healing therapy based on ancient Vedic science? How it give instant benefits for integrating body, mind, heart and soul

21 Tantra Yoga Kriyas For Beginners

A Simplified Step By Step Guide To 21 Traditional Tantra Yoga Kriya Meditation Techniques To Unfold Spiritual Power, Better Health & Inner Peace Within Individuals.

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21 Tantra Yoga Kriyas For beginners – A simplified easy step by step complete practical guide to 21 Tantra Yoga Kriya, mindfulness meditation and chakra healing meditation techniques to unfold spiritual power, better health & inner peace within individuals. Through this book you discover how to meditate for stress, anger relief, heal chakras, Release repressed emotions,Develop will power and more.

21 Meditation Techniques

A Step By Step Practical Beginner’s Guide To Learn And Practice Simple Easy Yoga Meditation Techniques To Relieve Stress, Anxiety and Bring Inner Peace, Emotional Well-Being & Mental Clarity

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This 21 Meditation Techniques Book is a collection of varied meditation techniques that have been practiced over centuries in some of the oldest spiritual traditions of the world. Meditation Techniques in Book Are Complied From Following Sources Taught By Greatest Masters From Different Cultures In Past Centuries, Patanjali Yoga Sutra (Hatha Yoga) – Buddhist Meditation (By Atisha Buddhist Master)

Tantra Meditation For Individuals

A Step-By-Step Manual Guide Of 21 Psychic Chakra Tantra Breathing Meditation Techniques To Unfold Spiritual Well-Being By Integrating Body, Mind, Heart And Soul.

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This Book is Collection Of In-depth Fact About Tantra, Seven Chakras, Nadi, Psychic Tantra Breathing, Along With This Its Has Step-By-Step 21 Psychic Tantra Breathing Techniques To Unfold Your Spiritual Power And Inner Peace Within Individuals.

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