Suryayog is a dynamic spiritual yoga. Surya Swami, the founder of this natural technique to meditate and attain self-realisation has answers for the inner selves. He says that Suryayog takes us from Saguna Swaroop towards Nirguna Swaroop, which is from the human form to that of God.
9 Jun 2003, 0004 hrs IST, TNN
NEW DELHI: Suryayog is a dynamic spiritual yoga. Surya Swami, the founder of this natural technique to meditate and attain self-realisation has answers for the inner selves.
In continuation to the Times Foundation’s events in association with Surya Yoga, a series of sessions are being conducted from the 9th to the 18th of June in New Delhi.
Surya Swami explains that it is as beautiful and natural a phenomenon as unfolding the petals of a flower. Surya or the Sun being the radiant source of energy, plays an important role in the technique, as suryayogis invoke the sun energy to attain a meditative state or learn Suryayog. Only if enlightenment was natural and attainable to all. The yogi is optimistic and adheres to the natural process.
A unique amalgamation of Yoga, Nada, Rishi Reiki, and deep silence, the technique is explained as a benediction of nature. Swami Ji says that Suryayog is enhanced if it is practised in morning hours. The process includes invoking the sun energy through a series of simple yogic postures, aura purification, deep breathing, chanting, and unlocking different energy centres in the body.
He says that Suryayog takes us from Saguna Swaroop towards Nirguna Swaroop, which is from the human form to that of God. This powerhouse of our galaxy is the benevolent Nish-kamkarmi (infallible healer), a powerful energiser and the supreme teacher, who gradually leads us towards Ekam Sat — only one exists he says.
An ardent nature lover, the swami, preaches a comeback to nature, as he explains, she is the ultimate source that takes you away from the cosmic delusion of maya to the highest realms of meditation.
Times Foundation is conducting numerous events in the presence of Surya Swami at The Times Foundation Venue. For more information kindly contact on : 011-23302103 or 011-23014077 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org