How to Focus Your Mind
Through YOGA
Dr. Dhirendracharya
YOGA GURU
How to Focus Your Mind
Through YOGA
Dr. Dhirendracharya
...
Yoga is beyond any Caste, Gender & Religion : it is way of life
which explores the hidden powers in a person.
• The Sanskr...
MIND
Five Cognitive
Senses
•Hearing
•Touching
•Seeing
•Tasting
•Smelling
Five Gross
Elements
• Earth
• Water
• Fire
• Air
...
Focusing your mind through five Cognitive Senses
Hearing : Sound- Chanting of “OM”
Touching : Feeling –Feeling the Touch...
Co-ordination of breathing and body movement focuses
the mind. There are some Postures given below:
Padmasana
Vajrasana...
Bhastrika
Nadisodhana
Dirghaswash
Bhramari
 Thumb - Fire
 Index - Air
 Middle - Space
 Ring Finger - Earth
 Little - Water
 Gyan Mudra
 Bharvi Mudra
 Shanmuk...
Jalandhar Bandh
Uddian Bandh
Mool Bandh
Meditation through Chanting of “OM”
Chanting Mentally
Meditation on Breathing
Thanks
THANKS
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Focus of Mind - International Conference, PU

  1. 1. How to Focus Your Mind Through YOGA Dr. Dhirendracharya YOGA GURU How to Focus Your Mind Through YOGA Dr. Dhirendracharya YOGA GURU
  2. 2. Yoga is beyond any Caste, Gender & Religion : it is way of life which explores the hidden powers in a person. • The Sanskrit word Yog has many meanings, and is derived from the Sanskrit root "yuj", meaning "to control", "to yoke" or "to unite". Translations include "joining", "uniting", "union", "conjunction", and "means". • Yoga refers to physical, mental and spiritual disciplines that originated in India. The word is associated with meditative practices. It also refers to one of the six orthodox schools of Philosophy , and to the goal towards which that school directs its practices. •Major branches of yoga include Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Hatha Yoga.
  3. 3. MIND Five Cognitive Senses •Hearing •Touching •Seeing •Tasting •Smelling Five Gross Elements • Earth • Water • Fire • Air • Space
  4. 4. Focusing your mind through five Cognitive Senses Hearing : Sound- Chanting of “OM” Touching : Feeling –Feeling the Touch Seeing : Tratak (Concentrating) Tasting : Holding the tongue Smelling : Concentrating on Particular smell Few Practical exercises on the above senses
  5. 5. Co-ordination of breathing and body movement focuses the mind. There are some Postures given below: Padmasana Vajrasana Parvatasana Tadaasana Suryanamaskar Garudasana Sidhasana Vrikshasana
  6. 6. Bhastrika Nadisodhana Dirghaswash Bhramari
  7. 7.  Thumb - Fire  Index - Air  Middle - Space  Ring Finger - Earth  Little - Water  Gyan Mudra  Bharvi Mudra  Shanmukhi Mudra
  8. 8. Jalandhar Bandh Uddian Bandh Mool Bandh
  9. 9. Meditation through Chanting of “OM” Chanting Mentally Meditation on Breathing
  10. 10. Thanks THANKS

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