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Surya Kriya

"Surya Kriya is a powerful process. You can do it just to cure your backache, or you can use it to transform yourself absolutely. It has that potential." - Sadhguru

Surya Kriya is a 21-step potent yogic practice of tremendous antiquity, designed as a holistic process for health, wellness, and complete inner well-being. “Surya” means “sun,” and “kriya” means “inner energy process.” Surya Kriya activates the solar plexus to raise the samat prana, or solar heat, in the system. It also balances a person’s left and right energy channels, leading to stability of the body and stillness of the mind. This strong foundation becomes the basis to explore higher dimensions of life.Traditionally available only to select groups of yogis, Surya Kriya is being offered by Sadhguru as a comprehensive spiritual practice that is ideal for the hectic pace of today’s world.

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Practice Benefits

Balances the body, mind, and the energies

Boosts vigor and vitality

Develops mental clarity and focus
Remedies weak constitutions

Rejuvenates all the major organ systems including balancing hormonal levels
Prepares one for deeper states of meditation

Supports one to become meditative and experience peacefulness and joy

Pre Requisites

Age - 14 years and above 

Intensity Level - Medium

No prior experience of Yoga required

Hours: 6 - 7.5 hours spread over day/s depending on the workshop structure.

Today human intelligence is used in a very crippled way, constantly dipping into one’s memory bank. If your intelligence functions only from the memory that you have accumulated then you are just a recycling bin. The same thing keeps happening in many permutations and combinations. One major aspect of spiritual process is to keep your hand out of the memory bank. Why we speak so much about karma – karma is memory – to be out of it, is because the moment you dip your hand into it, your life will become cyclical. Once your life becomes cyclical, you are just going in circles which mean that you are going nowhere. The idea is to break the cycle..... 

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