Health and Yoga
Caryácarya is the samája shástra (social treatise) of Ananda Marga. These three volumes set out both the organization and the cultural basis of the Ananda Marga movement.
This part contains all the dos and don’ts related to physical health that must be followed for progress in mental and spiritual sádhaná. The author explains yogic ásanas (postures) and other health practices. He reminds the reader that in addition to the written instructions, a competent teacher is necessary for the practice of ásanas.
The science of psychology, as studied and practised within the traditions of yoga and Tantra, begins with our cakras (or plexi, psycho-spiritual centers) and the various glands associated with each cakra. The development of these structures is influenced by all our past actions and by a range of environmental factors that, like the mind itself, go far beyond what is conventionally contemplated by psychology. Shrii Shrii Ánandamúrti explains and enhances this science, which is essential to success in our spiritual practices.
Yogic Treatments and Natural Remedies
The object of the art of healing is to cure a patient, both physically and mentally. So the question is not the advocacy of any particular school of medical science, but rather the welfare of the patient. Diseases can be cured through natural methods of yogic exercise, water, diet, herbal medicines, sunlight and air.
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