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Posted - Mar 11 2007 :  11:06:52 PM  Show Profile  Get a Link to this Message
What is automatic yoga?

The process of enlightenment is built into our nervous systems, and it is an automatic process. All we have to do is facilitate it with consistent twice-daily yoga practices, and the nervous system knows what to do.

Sometimes spontaneous movements will happen as the nervous system tells the body some position is needed to help the purification. These movements are called "automatic yoga", and this was probably where all of yoga asanas (postures) came from to begin with.
When these movements happen, we just let them, and return to our practices, as they are just more "scenery" along our path.

To learn how to facilitate this automatic process of enlightenment, click on "Main Lessons" above or read more here:
Movements and Automatic Yoga
Free form versus Structured practices
Handling Automatic Yoga and Siddhis
Meditation Sensitivity and Head Movements
Meditation and Automatic Yoga (a dialog)

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involuntary movement during meditation

Edited by - AYPforum on May 15 2015 3:58:50 PM
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