Natha Yoga

Sunday, October 9th, 2011 7 09 /10 / Oct /2011 08:00

Nata = Dancer, actor

NataYoga is The expression of her(it) Eternal dance Of Shiva (1st yogin) Often indicated(appointed) as Tândava (ava's tan) Of Shiva Or of the dance Of Shiva Strong Which is the source(spring) Of the cycle of her(it) Creation, the conservation And the dissolution

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Nâtha = Maitre, protector

Nâtha-yoga is Bound(Connected) to the order of Nathayogin based(established) by Matsyendranãth and among whom one of the most illustrious representatives was Gorakhnath who lived in the XIth orth XIIth century.

Nathayoga is in connection with Shivaïsme.

And Hâtha-yoga in all this?

It is the strong practice of Nãthayogin in the direct line of the yoga of the origins.

The way of Nãthayogin is the lineage of the most former(ancient) transmission.

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Nãtha-yogin

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Monday, August 29th, 2011 1 29 /08 / August /2011 06:00

Often is asked to me the question:

" What difference has you he between Hâtha-yoga and Nâtha-Yoga there? "

The answer is simple: there is no difference!

Because Nâtha-yoga Leans on the philosophy and the metaphysics of the Tantrism and the origin of Hâtha-yoga goes back up(raises) to the school of Nâtha-yogis.



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Saturday, June 4th, 2011 6 04 /06 / June /2011 09:00

Gunas establishes(constitutes) our mental nature, our individual Prakriti (nature; natural order; primitive shape, foundation, origin, cause).

They are 3 strengths acting at a subtle level, the powers of the nature:

Sattva is the power of the knowledge

Rajas, the power of the action(share)

Tamas, the power of the realization.

Sattva brings us the clarity(brightness), the internal vision and the knowledge of the reality. Tamas is the power of the ignorance. Through Rajas it is the power of the imagination that shows itself, throws(plans) false ideas and deforms the perceptions(collections).

These three strengths have each a role in the nature. The problem intervenes when Tamas ( stability) and Rajas ( energy) prevail. Sattva establishes(constitutes) their balance. The Yoga recommends to develop Sattva and to reduce Tamas and Rajas.

The whole creation is the game(set,play) of the combinations(overalls) of Sattva, Tamas and Rajas. This creation is a phenomenon of every moment as well on the plan microcosmic as macrocosmic. By the game(set,play) of Gunas, we participate around in the life, in its perpetual motion, as actor, subject and as object because we are there also the result(profit). This interrelation between us and the universe returns us to our responsibility for developing things from us, from our own transformation(processing).

All the techniques of Yoga allow to develop Sattva


  • Âsana (postures) allow to free(release) the tensions at the physical level and to install(settle) a state of peace.
  • The prânâyâmâ allows to join Purusha (the ultimate gasoline(essence) of the man, the One) by way of our material(subject) Prakriti by favoring Sattva.
  • Yoga-nidrâ and all the techniques of meditation participate in it fully.

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The knowledge results from the quality Sattva,
The greediness results from Rajas
And the confusion, the illusion and the ignorance results from Tamas.
BHAGAVAD GITA XIV. 17

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011 2 22 /03 / March /2011 08:36

Enumeration of the various techniques

That we have to find in a course(price) of complete Yoga.

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Sunday, February 6th, 2011 7 06 /02 / Fév /2011 17:41


Some minutes to discover Nâtha-Yoga,

His(Her,Its) techniques, his(her,its) objectives and his(her,its) global nature

Who suggests installing(settling) the harmony between the body, the energy and the spirit.

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