Return to India: The Legacy of an Ancient Lineage

Malav Ashram is a Holy Site in the heart of Gujarat where the famous saint, Swami Kripalvandandaji spent over twelve years in Sadhana. Before his Mahasamadhi, he asked his disciples to be buried in a specific field located in Malav due to the sacredness and serenity he experiencedmalavashram3 there. His wish was granted by his disciple, Kirit Patel, and a large and magnificent ...

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Journey through the Chakras with Kamini Desai

It is our belief at Amrit Yoga Institute that for the world to change we must first change ourselves.

Often this task seems very complex, however yoga nidra does the work for you while you rest. It works on a deep level and you will notice remarkable changes in just the first session.  Continue for 11 hours over the course of 2 weeks and see even greater results.  We suggest you do this session once in ...

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Quiet the Mind with Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra: A Guided Meditation led by Liam Gillen

The Process of Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is practiced in a comfortable lying down position. You are guided through a series of breathing exercises and simple instructions. Some of these include visual imagery or a scan of the body, which occupies the mind and prevents it from becoming involved in the usual mind-chatter that absorbs our ordinary consciousness. Within a short time, you become submerged in the alpha ...

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Third Eye Meditation

Meditation. The very word invokes scenes of serenity and tranquility, beckoning us to a mystical place of awareness and all knowing. But how many of us actually reach that state during hours of sitting on our cushion?

For most, meditation is as elusive as any esoteric practice could be. In frustration, many practitioners may give it up in favor of Hatha Yoga or some other discipline in which they feel they are accomplishing something. Without question, meditation is difficult. In a ...

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