100 HOUR SUBTLE BODY COURSE
This course provides and in depth exploration of the subtle body over 4 Saturday modules supported with,
- Detailed course notes
- Face to face online support
- Video tutorials
- Weekly classes
Each Saturday module will cover aspects of the subtle body through led presentations, discussion and practical exercises.
100 HOURS TEACHER TRAINING FOR THE SUBTLE BODY-COURSE OVERVIEW
The aim of this course is to explore the inner world of yoga science through a practical and philosophical journey. An experiential approach for mapping and incorporating the subtle body for teachers and students.
This course covers ways of practicing and incorporating the subtle body through one to one, group modules, live class situations and video lessons all online.
Areas covered include.
THE SCIENCE OF YOGA
- Tantric & Samkhya traditions
- The Three bodies
- Karma & the subtle body
- The Koshas
The subtle body, linga, formed primevally, unimpeded, permanent, composed of intellect and the rest down to the subtle elements, incapable of enjoyment, migrates and is endowed with dispositions.
At the first projection of Nature, the subtle body is formed. Moreover, it is unimpeded. That is, it is not attached to the states of beasts, gods or men. On account of subtlety, it is not impeded anywhere. It migrates or moves, with its gait unimpeded through the mountains and the rest.
It migrates until discriminative knowledge is fully achieved. It is composed of intellect, ego, mind and the five subtle elements, and migrates, moving through the three worlds.
It is devoid of enjoyment, but becomes capable of enjoyment when it assumes activity through an external body born of parents. It is endowed with dispositions, virtue and the rest, or it is affected or influenced by these.
At the time of dissolution, mahat and the rest down to the subtle elements merge into Nature. When not migrating they remain intact in Nature. When Nature projects a new creation, the subtle linga migrates again.
“The subtle body (linga), previously arisen, unconfined, constant, inclusive of the great one (mahat) etc, through the subtle elements, not having enjoyment, transmigrates, (because of) being endowed with bhavas (“conditions” or “dispositions”)
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Chakras & nerve plexuses
Nadis & the nervous system
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