How To Do Pratyahara Yoga Techniques To Control Your Mind

Pratyahara yoga is the fifth limb of yoga. It's a powerful way to master your mind, cultivate inner peace, and boost your focus and concentration. While you may have tried some of the many yoga meditation styles, and you may have tried all of the 28 forms of yoga, Pratyahara yoga is different. Pratyahara techniques are all about sense withdrawal. They are about reducing the effects of negative influence in your life. Imagine if you could access a state of mind where you are not distracted, where you are not affected by other people, where noisy environments do not bother you?…

Continue Reading

When You Want Inner Peace, Meditation Is The Key

When you want to feel good deep in your soul, you can use some inner peace meditation techniques.   When we meditate, inner peace comes freely, and we return to a statue of pure equanimity (calmness). Inner peace means no longer fighting with the universe or with yourself. Inner peace means feelings relaxed and serene.  Advanced meditators will already know the effect of meditation on inner peace.   When you meditate you relax deeply, and you learn to let go of what's in your mind. This starts you down the path to enlightenment and helps you to become a free spirited person.…

Continue Reading

8 Taoist Meditation Techniques Bruce Lee Used [TUTORIAL]

There are 8 major types of Taoist meditation techniques. They're famous today mostly because they're the Bruce Lee meditation techniques that he spoke about in his movies and interviews.  Lot's of people ask me did Bruce Lee meditate. The answer is a resounding Yes. Bruce Lee did Taoist meditations. Along with some powerful movement meditations, Bruce Lee used Taoist techniques. The Taoist meditation techniques Bruce Lee did are seriously good for you. They offer huge benefits. When we learn how to do Taoist meditation techniques, we take control of Qi in the body and mind. The result is improved mental…

Continue Reading

How To Quiet The Mind With Meditation [TUTORIAL]

Want to know how to quiet the mind? Meditation is the answer.    Listen: Have you ever wondered why Buddhist monks are peaceful, and why Buddhists meditate to quieten their mind every single day?   Because when you spend all day rushing around, getting nothing done productively, you start doing too much thinking and you feel rushed and stressed. Do you feel rushed? Do you feel stress? Are you suffering from anxiety? [read: Best Meditations For Anxiety] If you have anxiety, it's time to quiet the mind with meditation (and a few other tips too). Let Me Show You How To Quiet The Mind…

Continue Reading

7 Ideas On How To Remain Positive In Difficult Times

During a tough time of my life I learned how to remain positive in difficult times. My parents were fighting. Dad's drinking was the problem. At school, I was bullied, brutally. Beaten up many times. Humiliated. I longed to escape. So I hid away from the world, secluded into my bedroom, playing Nintendo for hours every day. Escape did not help. The more I hid away, the more negative thoughts ate away at my mind. This was before I discovered the secret ways to handle negative thinking. I felt worthless. I felt empty inside. I considered running away from home.…

Continue Reading

Stop Your Rage With These Meditations For Anger [TUTORIAL]

Stop smashing your head against the table. You can use meditation for anger so it's easier to chill out.  Good news, huh?   You can use meditation to control all emotions, actually.  But before you go turning yourself into a monk, listen. Don't feel too bad about your anger. Truth is, basically everyone in the universe is mad angry. Seriously. The Mental Health Organization Boiling Point recently researched the current state of anger. Their findings are disturbing: 64% of people say the world has become an angrier place 32% of people say a close relative or friend has anger-management issues. 12% of…

Continue Reading

How To Do The Apan Mudra Properly To Detoxify And Energise

The apan mudra is a powerful mudra for detoxifying and energising. In my Ultimate guide to mudras I reveal 60 of the most important mudras in the world. The Apan mudra is one of the absolute best mudras for health and healing. For thousands of years, this mudras have been used to clear out toxins in the body and to create inner peace. Like the maha mudra, it produces positive energy while creating inner peace. It also detoxifies the entire body. This is massive for health and wellbeing. A great majority of diseases these days are caused by toxins that enter our…

Continue Reading

How To Meditate To Sarva Mangala For Khechara

When we meditate on tantric Goddess Sarva Mangala we receive Khechara and we find deep inner peace. Sarva Mangala (who you can read about on TheMotherDivine) is peaceful, calm and quiet. It is said in the ancient texts that she often visits people when they meditate. Then, she may confer upon the meditator khechara. Sarva Mangala [1] is said to be able to confer upon those that meditate with her the quality of khecara, which is sometimes translated as “floating freely under the vault of the sky.” “Floating freely under the vault of the sky” is a beautiful way of…

Continue Reading
Ashwini Mudra: Your Guide To Horse Gesture [TUTORIAL]
The Ashwini mudra is one of the most important hand gestures / mudras. Read about the benefits and steps of the Ashwini mudra in our guide.

Ashwini Mudra: Your Guide To Horse Gesture [TUTORIAL]

The "Ashwini mudra" or "Horse Gesture" is being touted as a fantastic way to promote calmness and to boost sexual health and performance. In this article I'll reveal the steps and benefits of the Ashwini mudra, and share an Aswhini mudra video to help you learn this technique. First, however, you might like to read my guide to  60 mudras for health. The Ashwini mudra creates an upward direction of prana through the practitioner’s spine via rhythmic contraction of the anal sphincter. The Ashwini mudra doesn't involve any complex headstanding and you don't need to do the splits. Ashwini is actually a very…

Continue Reading
Close Menu