The yoga of the Sun unites all the other yogas
261 pages - 8 illustrations - 5 photos
Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov has often insisted on the importance of a new yoga which he named “Surya-yoga”, the yoga of the sun. This yoga does not reject any of the other yogas because it brings them all together. Scientists have a field of extraordinary possibilities open to them. artists will rejoice in discovering this sublime region of the sun that Kabbalah calls “Tiphereth”, region of divine beauty and splendor. The reader in search of inner perfection will be surprised by all the spiritual exercises presented to him because by practicing Surya-yoga we can become complete beings and thus live in fullness.
1 - Surya-yoga - The Sun, Center of our Universe
2 - Obtaining Etheric Elements from the SunWhen - We Gaze at the Sun Our Soul Begins to Resemble it
3 - Our Higher Self Dwells in the Sun
4 - The Creator Sows Seeds in Us and the Sun Makes Them Grow - The Sun Reflects the Blessed Trinity
5 - Every Creature Has a Home - The Seven Beads of the Rosary
6 - The Master and the Seven-bead Rosary - Every Creature Needs to Own and Protect its Dwelling Place - The Aura
7 - The Heliocentric Point of View
8 - Love as the Sun Loves
9 - A Master Must be Like the Sun and Remain at the Center - Some Prayers to Say at Sunrise
10 - Rise Above the Clouds - The Sephirah Tiphareth
11 - The Spirits of the Seven Lights
12 - The Prism, Symbol of Man
13 - A New Heaven and a New Earth - Spiritual Grafting
14 - The Sun Has the Solution to the Problem of Love - Telesma
15 - The Sun is in the Image and Likeness of God - ‘In Spirit and in Truth’
16 - Christ and the Solar Religion
17 - Day and Night -Consciousness and the Subconscious
18 - The Sun, Originator of Civilization - A Disciple's Clairvoyance Must Begin on the Highest Levels
19 - The Sun Teaches Unity - The Power of Penetration
20 - The Sun Teaches by Example - The Sun, Heart of our Universe
21 - Three Kinds of Fire
22 - Making Everything Converge Towards One Goal
'When we focus our attention on the sun, the center of our universe, we draw closer to our own centre, our higher self, the sun within; we melt into it and begin to resemble it more and more.
But to focus our attention on the sun also means to learn to mobilize all our, thoughts, desires, and energies, and put them to work in the service of the highest ideal. He who works to unify the chaotic multitude of inner forces that constantly threaten to tear him apart, and launch them in the pursuit of one, luminous, beneficial goal, becomes a powerful focal point, capable of radiating in every direction. Believe me, a human being who masters the tendencies of his lower nature can benefit the whole of mankind. He becomes as radiant as the sun. His freedom is such that his consciousness embraces the whole human race as he pours out the superabundance of light and love that dwell within him.
The world needs more and more human beings capable of dedicating themselves to this work with the sun, for only love and light are capable of transforming humanity.'
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