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What is Arhatic Yoga all about?
First, the role of the Teacher or Guru in the life of the spiritual practitioner is explained and clarified in detail, without the unproven traditions and superstitions.
Then extensive purifications (both inner and outer) are meticulously practiced to prepare the body for the inflow of Divine Energies. This step is critical. As the Bible says, one should not pour new wine (Soul Force) into old wine skins (unprepared and impure bodies). Purifications entail specialized breathing techniques and simple and easy to follow physical exercises to quickly purify the physical and etheric bodies. These physical exercises are simple enough to be done by anyone and do not require agility and strength like Hatha Yoga and other traditional practices. There are several additional techniques taught to enable the spiritual practitioner to remove inner weaknesses.
Arhatic Yoga also introduces several powerful meditations to enable students to accelerate the communication of the bodies with their Higher Souls. The practices also gradually purge negative thought patterns, pent up emotions and tendencies (from past and present lives). Meditations also cleanses the chakras and aura thereby providing vitality to the practitioner.
The workshop also stresses about the importance of service, tithing and study to ensure overall development of the student.
How is Arhatic Yoga different from Hatha Yoga?
You may read more about the different types of Yoga in this article published as part of our online magazine.
Will this contradict my religion or other spiritual practices?
Arhatic Yoga also synthesizes the key techniques and principles of Raja Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Simplified Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Karma Yoga in a simple step by step system that the mainstream people can use to spiritually develop and still maintain a healthy family and career.