Discover The Little-Known Five Body Sheaths Hatha Yoga Pancha Kosha
Anandamayakosha, Vijnanamayakosha, Manomayakosha, Pranamayakosha and Annamayakosha
Learning Hypnosis,symbolism, images and words to clear and open up the 5 Kosha's. Plus, If you scroll down near the end of this Web page, you will find free hypnosis scripts dedicated to the Koshas.
The 5 Kosha's of Yoga are facets of the human being, just like a precious gemstone.
They are a map for the spiritual journey of self-discovery.
Creating balance in each of the five Koshas or Kosas, brings the ecstatic experience of the Bliss Body.
The 5 Body Sheaths
Level of the: physical body and all its systems, and the five elements, in relation to nature
Imbalances: tension in muscles, fascia, joints and organs
Yoga Manifests: relaxation. Stress reduction. All systems working perfectly. No sign of disease
Level of the: energy body including Chakra's, Nadi and Meridians
Imbalances: disturbances, energy cysts or blocks and hyperactivity
Yoga Manifests: Chakra's and all energy channels are cleansed, and moving at the proper speed
Level of the: psycho-emotional body with all its habitual patterns of thought, attachment and emotions
Imbalances: lack of focus, concentration. Agitation
Yoga Manifests: the mind become calm, focused and free of agitating thoughts
Level of the: witness body that allows for insight, growth and transformation
Imbalances: wrong understanding. Wrong notions
Yoga Manifests: allows us to witness the activity of the mind without feeding into it. We become wise
Level of the: bliss body which is inner joy and contentment, the nature of the true Self
Imbalances: there are no imbalances. Everything is harmonious
Yoga Manifests: we are content. We are aware of the true Self. We are the Bliss Body
Practicing all aspects of yoga allows us to move from doing to being, which is our true nature.
Here are hatha yoga techniques to help you balance and integrate Pancha Kosha. Click on the headed links for details...
Meditation Meditation techniques , like Nidra are not trying to subdue the mind or make it stop thinking. It's the nature of the mind to think! Meditation is having the mind focus on one thought, over and over, for a period of time.
To help you, I've listed the different major hatha yoga poses below. You can search this Web site by entering a pose into the Search Bar at the end of the list. I've also included the Sanskit name...
So, search this site...
tree - vriksasana crow - kakasana dancer - natarajasana warrior or hero pose - virabhadrasana III hand to toe - utthita padangusthasana side arm balance - vasisthasana shoulder stand - sarvangasana head stand - sirshasana hand stand - adho mukha vriksasana plow - halasana mountain - tadasana warrior or hero - virabhadrasana II warrior or hero - virabhadrasana I triangle - trikonasana cat or table pose - marjariasana sun bird - chakravakasana staff - dandasana seated boat - paripurna navasana downward facing dog - adho mukha svanasana upward facing plank - purvottanasana face down moves - navasana vinyasa leg raises - ab vinyasa knee to chest - apanasana vinyasa monkey god - hanumanasana runners poses - ashwa sanchalanasana thunder bolt - vajrasana or virasana pigeon - kapotasana bridge - setubandhasana bow pose - Dhanurasana wheel pose - chakrasana standing forward bend - uttanasana camel - ustrasana seated forward bend - paschimottanasana
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Different holistic stress reduction techniques, like massage therapy CEUs, aromatherapy, hatha yoga poses and learning hypnosis and hypnotherapy to balance the Pancha Kosha, are never a substitute for medical attention, though they may help in reducing ligament, tendon and fascia muscle pain, plus trigger points.