Qigong is the venerable Chinese art and science of becoming aware of this life's energy, and learning how to manage it's flow through a precise choreography of posture, movement, respiratory technique, and meditation.A living soul acquires qi from the food by eating, from the air by breathing, and from interacting with their surroundings. In the body, qi represents the unseen essential force that sustains a lifetime. A person becomes ill or dies when the amount or category of qi is unbalanced within the body. Qigong practice involves the manipulation and balance of the qi within the practitioner's body, and it's interaction with the practitioner's surroundings. The method and ultimate goal for the practice is dependent on the practitioner.
According to Freud, our dreams are a representation of our unconscious desires, thoughts and motivations. Dreams are projection of our repressed desires, buried deep in our subconsciousness, Though, for past many centuries, Tibetan Monks and Indian Yogis have been using Yog Nidra or lucid dreaming to explore in the basement of their subconsciousness, A lucid dream is any dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming and can utilize the extraordinary power of subconsciousness.
Filmed earlier this year in Somerset UK, this video features Mahasatvaa Ma Ananda Sarita from the School of Awakening demonstrating and explaining various meditation practices from the ancient tantric text - The Vigyan Bhairav Tantra.In this introductory talk Sarita shares her personal journey and debunks some of the misconceptions about tantra.