Pandit Brijraj Gautam

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Studying healing

Germany and Russia have conducted a great deal of research on healing. Much work has been done in this area since the Kirlian camera was created. Let me tell you about some remarkable stuff. But it's important to comprehend what healing means. Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Allopathy, Unani, and many other systems are used for healing. Everybody has a different way of doing things.

Instead of the physical body, the vital body is the target of healing.

All other techniques operate on the physical body. Healing, however, affects the vital body rather than the physical body. The prana body is what is animating this gross body from behin

d. In addition to correcting physical ailments, Prana Vidya therapy is effective in treating mental illnesses.

Recovery from Mental Illness

In addition to this, I have used it on mental illnesses with excellent results. Relationships can be strengthened via healing. It is employed to control rage. It is employed to overcome unwelcome apprehension. With several of you, I have done this.

The mechanism of healing is the key. Prana acts on the body to heal. The images captured by the Kirlian camera serve as the objective evidence of the live body. Every component of our body is being powered by prana energy. In a sense, life energy makes up every component of us. Life is referred to as prana. If there is life, there will be life; if there is no life, there will be death. whose passing is it? bodies. Indian sages have done a lot of work on life science. We extend the life of our body using pranayama.

Meditation challenges and their resolutions

A seeker encounters a variety of challenges as they travel the path of yoga practise, and as a result, they frequently veer off course. These barriers might occasionally be so severe that the seeker is not even conscious of them. If yoga is practised consistently, only positive outcomes may be expected from the practise. Once a seeker, it is challenging to rapidly return if the path is polluted.

Each seeker on the road of spiritual practise encounters one of nine different sorts of attention. Each and every seeker must be aware of these barriers.

In sutra number 30 of the Patanjali Yoga Sutras, Maharishi Patanjali discusses this.

These nine challenges look like this.

Physical illness,

Being passive and unwilling to take action,

Self-doubt and yoga-related self-doubt,

Inattentive yoga practise,

Laziness brought on by physical heaviness,

sudden detachment loss,

erroneous knowledge, which is to mistakenly think of a rope as a snake and a snake as a rope,

agitation of the mind,

Samadhi's non-realization, or ceasing to touch Samadhi,

acquiring incorrect knowledge, or thinking of a rope as a snake and a snake as a rope

Unrest of the mind

Samadhi not being realised, or ceasing to touch Samadhi

These are all the challenges that every aspirant on the road of sadhana encounters in one way or another. These barriers are effective in diverting the seeker from his path if he is cognizant, in which case it is wrong.

Actually, the mind's agitation is to blame for this. These challenges are also known as the yoga antarae.

What is the answer to it?

The first method is to choose a trustworthy guru who will always point you in the right direction.

Pronunciation is an additional method. Om, Pranav, and I are the same onkar. You can perform Bhramari Pranayama if you are not a follower of Hinduism or do not wish to utter the word Om for any other reason.

The third method is to repeat OM in your head.

Studying the Bible is the fourth option. Any Shastra can be studied, depending on your religion.

Continuous effort is what matters most. Whatever pops into one's head, one must continue to put in effort.