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Yoga Plus – Candlelight Insight

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The Hatha Yoga practice of trataka is a simple technique that has a purifying, invigorating effect on the mind and improves concentration, paving the way for a deeper meditation practice. Trataka also nourishes the subtle flame at the navel center, promoting vitality and inner health. In its more advanced form, as the Himalayan master Swami Rama said, “The practice of trataka eventually merges into surya sadhana, meditation on the solar energy.” Learn more about this power solar energy technique taught by Swami Rama in this Yoga Plus article.

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Awakening the Inner Sense: Subjective Visual Phenomena

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Common to Sun Gazing practice is the experience of After Images, Phosphenes, Eye Floaters, and the Blue field entoptic phenomenon. Learn more about these phenomenon is this article by Floco Tausin as he takes a deeper look into the relationship of the physical eyes, spiritual eyes, and spiritual practices like meditation and yoga trataka. Learn how you can strengthen your eyes to gain spiritual vision and awaken the inner light.

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Trataka – Concentrated Gazing (Yoga Magazine)

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This detailed article on Trataka – the yoga practice of concentrated gazing – was published by Yoga Magazine in May of 1991. Learn how this ancient Hatha yoga practice can help to improve all functions of the eyes, improve mental functions, create peace and improve energy levels.  Yogis and ancient yoga texts – like the Hatha Yoga Pradipika – share that higher spiritual abilities, like clairvoyance, telepathy, telekinesis, psychic healing can develop.  The practice of Sun Trataka – gazing at the rising or setting sun is also referenced by Swami Niranjan in this article.

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Proper oil for Trataka Meditation

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To begin the practice of Trataka meditation, a flame from an oil lamp is often used. However in more advanced levels of Trataka, the rising and setting sun becomes the object of meditation. This article from Bhaktivedanta Ashram provides detailed instructions on how to perform Trataka meditation yoga in a safe and effective way.

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Awakening the Inner Sense: Some Methods and Meditation Objects

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This article by Floco Tausin takes a deeper look into the relationship of the physical eyes, spiritual eyes, and spiritual practices like meditation and yoga trataka. Spiritual practices that focus the eyes on material objects, like the sun, also affect and strenghten the “inner eye”, “spiritual eye”, the “third eye” or Ajna Chakra. This awakens the practitioner to experience of inner spiritual light and psychic perception. Learn the methods taught by Carlos Castenda and the Indian Yogis to train the eyes to gain spiritual sight.

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