Ajapa Japa, Breath and Mantra – Guided Training
Balance the mind, awaken higher consciousness
Mp3 | 4 tracks | 60 minutes
Ajapa Japa meditation integrates and illuminates body, mind and spirit. It is a complete system for self-development and spiritual awareness within the Yoga-Tantra tradition.
In both human beings and the cosmos, there is a universal sound vibration that can be heard in the subtle breath. Ajapa Japa meditation enables you to tune into this sound vibration and to recognize the intrinsic connection between your individual self and the cosmos as a whole.
By aligning yourself with this great and powerful mystery, you synchronize your deepest self with the expansive cosmos. Your inner and outer worlds become one and you experience the bliss of living an authentic, meaningful and harmonious life.
Ajapa Japa liberates the energy trapped in destructive and neurotic mental and emotional patterns – increasing wellbeing and inner peace.
To find out more about how to apply Ajapa Japa meditation for healing – go to the online course Ajapa Japa – Stage 1: Healing the mind (coming in September 2015)
01 Talk on Ajapa Japa
02 Psychic Breath (Ujjayi)
03 Ajapa Japa in the Nasal Passage
04 Ajapa Japa in the Frontal Passage
Title: Ajapa Japa – Breath, Mantra and Consciousness
Authors: Dr Swami Shankardev Saraswati and Jayne Stevenson
Content: Intro Talk and Guided Meditations
Duration: 60 minutes
I began practicing Swami Shankardev and Jayne Stevenson’s Ajapa Japa meditations several years ago and it has been a turning point in my life. I still find it the most effective practice for calming, balancing and promoting self-expression.
When I first did this practice my throat chakra had been quite constricted for many years. I would feel this energetically when the breath moved through this area of my body. The more I practiced however, the lighter and more liberated my throat felt. These changes were reflected in my daily life. My voice became more confident and I was able to express myself much more freely and openly. I wholeheartedly recommend it!
Track 1. Talk on Ajapa Japa
Track 4. Ajapa Japa in the Frontal Passage