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In modern times yoga has become synonymous with merely physical postures, under-rating its fundamental purpose, whereas it is a practical, methodical and systematic discipline which aims to help the aspirant realise true nature. The Path Of Yoga, celebrating this ancient tradition, is a tribute to all rishis and sages over the millennia who selflessly disseminated this science of human evolution for the welfare of mankind. It gives the insightful exposition of the eight progressive limbs of yoga, as delineated by Rishi Patanjali in the Patanjali Yoga Sutras – yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, samadhi. Extolling the path of yoga as a spiritual discipline, revered master Anandmurti Gurumaa explains how this journey begins from moral codes of conduct to invigorating asana, then pranayama, calming the mind and subsequently leading to internalisation of the senses. This integration enables one to deal with the challenges and obstacles on the path. It facilitates exploration of the deeper recesses of the mind, body and self, eventually culminating into the absorption of mind, samadhi. From being a self-centred, egotistical person to becoming a selfless, illuminated, enlightened yogi, this mystical and intriguing journey is well within the reach of one and all, under the guidance of a realised master.

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Is the cyclic process of breathing in and out Pranayama? Most of us believe the answer to be yes, but in reality the meaning of pranayama is not limited to breathing exercises. It is actually a combination of two words: ‘Prana’ and ‘Ayama’. To understand further watch this enlightening video that is not only inspirational but also reveals to us the height of yoga! Watch revered master Anandmurti Gurumaa talk about the second yoga sutra laid down by Patanjali, and also paying tribute to great yogis who have set great examples for us to follow, putting the seed of this thought in our mind, for a new beginning, a fresh start!


Anandmurti Gurumaa

Anandmurti GurumaaAn awakened being, a profound mystic and a contemporary master, Anandmurti Gurumaa is an exquisite synthesis of love and wisdom. Out of sheer compassion she has been bestowing upon people the greatest gift ever viz. guiding them from dark bondages of ignorance to the effulgence of liberating wisdom. Her pragmatic teachings are a great source of guidance for innumerable people from all walks of life leading to the clarity of mind, facilitating harmonious living and showing the way to rise above mundane lifestyle. She has extensively spoken on myriad subjects like mind, meditation, emotions, health, indulgence, reality, God etc. and given erudite commentaries on numerous scriptures including Srimad Bhagawad Gita, Sri Guru Gita, Gurbani to name a few. She has devised a vast array of meditation methods to foster the growth of all those seeking to delve within, written several books of wisdom and given remarkably in-depth eloquent discourses on numerous sages from diverse backgrounds – then whether it is Buddha, Kabir or Rumi, Sikh Gurus, Sufi mystics or Zen masters, Meerabai, Sahajobai and the list goes on. Her discourses, meditation retreats and workshops are held from time to time at different places across the globe, open to every earnest seeker.

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Avadhoo Avadhoo

Simple yet mysterious, intriguing yet revolutionary, soft yet hard-hitting, Kabir sahib’s verses are in common dialect but their esoteric meanings are way beyond common perception. They are profound. They are challenging. They are marvellous. This album is verily a great gift for all those who yearn to understand and experience the deeper realities of existence.
It begins with ‘Naiyya Mori Neeke Chaalan Laagi’ depicting the continuous and gradual advancement of one’s spiritual journey. It symbolically elucidates how the spiritual pursuit of the aspirant is protected in every way; analogy is that of boat which keeps sailing and neither clouds, nor rain or storm can ever obstruct its momentum. This exquisite composition exalts you to the dimension wherein you feel that you are in a boat (naiyya) which is moving gently, taking you forward towards the destination, and there is immense benediction around.
As the boat sails forward, comes the call of the master ‘Jan Jaagat Rahiyo Bhaai’ lest you fall asleep in the dark recesses of ignorance. It emphasises how important it is to stay vigilant otherwise the thieves viz. kaam, krodha, lobh, moha, ahankar will steal away the inner treasure. It’s a warning to stay awake and keep vigil so that the mind doesn’t go astray.
Then comes ‘Avadhoo Yukti Vichaare’ explaining the deeper intricacies of Kundalini. In these cryptic verses Kabir sahib gives his own insight as to who a yogi is. And further calling such a yogi as ‘avadhoo’, a word commonly appearing in his verses, which means ‘as naked as space - not carrying anything in mind, clear and infinite.’
Next resonance is that of ‘Avadhoo So Jana Humka Bhaave’ from the heart of Kabir sahib. He says he loves the one who brings the light of wisdom to those stumbling in the dark abyss of ignorance, those who have forgotten their real home, those who are lost in the wilderness of the world. Such a one is a seer, a sage, and beloved of Kabir.
After this is the profound metaphorical expression ‘Gyana Ka Dhanush’ inciting the seeker to get the bow of wisdom and enter the battlefield of moksha; further inspiring to draw the arrow of purity onto the bow of wisdom and kill the animal called mind depicted as maya. It’s such a mesmerising verse wherein the seeker says that the master’s words have piercingly struck my heart and killed the multiple negative tendencies of desire, anger, ego...
In the end we encounter the unfathomable ‘Saiyaan Nikar Gaye’. This track is truly enigmatic. Understand it this way: Saiyaaan here is ‘jiva-atma’ (individual self) which has left the body at the time of death and the lifeless body couldn’t even fight with it or ask ‘why did you leave?’ This is just an insight to warn the listener not to get entangled in the literal meaning of these verses, as only the guidance of the realised master can unravel the essence, everything else is just a misinterpretation.

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