Ajapa Japa 03

"All of life throbs with pulsations of expansion and contraction of intake and expulsion of prana and apana. Man throbs with this pulse of life in many ways. The most obvious are the heartbeat and respiration. The ancient yogis developed a wonderful yet simple method of using this constant beat of life as a means to calming the mind and raising levels of awareness and understanding. They realized that the breath is constant rhythm that continuously repeats a mantra. This mantra is normally known as soham. The practice is called Ajapa Japa. Japa can be defined as the continuous repetition of a mantra." Swami Satyananda Saraswati

This day will aim to encourage a deeper understanding of Ajapa Japa with clear stage by stage techniques.

Presenter: Poornam a resident teacher at Padmasambhava has practiced Ajapa Japa for many years will share her knowledge and experience of the practice.

Date: Sunday 18th May 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

Venue: Padmasambhava, Llandeilo

Fee: £26

Book early to ensure a place!

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