Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on the Breath, Dreams and Attaining to the Pragna Halos

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One other resource:


Here is a link to a Sadghuru quote from Mystic's Musings on Patanjali's Yoga Sutras


https://ibb.co/wdBRVwc  < Read This!




Apparently the Yoga Sutras is itself a Yantra and if you read the entire thing certain new dimensions may open up!

Edited by JustARandomPanda

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Thank you for sharing. It is refreshing to see an unbiased sharing of Sadhguru's work, most mentions of him on here are quick to dismiss him outright without insomuch as a toe-dip or understanding.


On 25/08/2023 at 8:54 PM, JustARandomPanda said:

One more addition:


I included the above because of Sadhguru's comments on Chinese Buddhist breathwork vs. Indian Buddhist breathwork - nowhere else have I found any mention of this split


To add to this, my own experience of being initiated into and practicing Shambhavi Mahamudra, Surya Kriya, Bhuta Shuddhi and Yogasanas from both Sadhguru and Isha's Hatha yoga instructors is almost the opposite of my experience practicing QiGong of any kind. These processes seem to target subtle dimensions of my experience, the five elements (Bhuta Shuddhi) and different "koshas" of the body, such as the Pranamaya Kosha through Hatha yoga or the Anandamaya Kosha through Isha's more meditative processes (Shambhavi Mahamudra, Shoonya, Bhava Spandana and so on). The yogic sciences are very comprehensively explained by Sadhguru and I have experienced these correlations whilst practicing.


My experience of QiGong has always been that it affects the physiology in a grosser sense. I am not entirely sure how Sadhguru would categorize Qi or the dantiens but within my experience the energy cultivated feels akin to more of a physical voltage, and up to now have not brought subtler dimensions into my experience in the same way that Isha's processes have. 

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