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Hari Om
Monday is AUM-day; in search of meditation

For the month of October, some revision. Each AUM-day there will be some research for you to undertake by tracking back to the beginnings of blog entries on meditation. Apart from anything else, this will act as a measure as to how 'into' it you are… jus' sayin'…

  1. Describe the steps required to ensure correct aasana.
  2. Name the pancha praanaH and give the English translation; also expand on the meaning as it relates to the body-mind matrix.
  1. Write 300-500 words on japa.

This is entirely optional - the teacher is not physically present so whether or not you carry out these exercises is up to you alone. Serious students, though, will find pleasure and be keen to retrace the subject. As much as we learn, so much can also be forgotten.

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