3rd IMPC Lecture: Antaryatra - Internal Journey

Published: 18.01.2005
Updated: 25.10.2010


International Preksha Meditation Camp


1. Objectives of Antaryatra

  • To rejuvenate vital energy
  • To cultivate introvert personality
  • To enter into inner world
  • To create strong foundation for meditation

2. Spiritual Basis of Antaryatra

  • To feel the subtle vibrations of vital energy inside the Sushumna [spinal cord]
  • A process of uplifting the energy from the center of lust to the center of knowledge
  • A technique of awakening Sushumna
  • To establish equilibrium between Ida and Pingula
  • To activate 'Kundalini Shakti'
  • To overcome negative emotions

3. Scientific Basis of Antaryatra

  • Nervous system governs and controls body functions
  • Sushumna is an important nerve of central nervous system
  • The imbalance between sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system leads to abnormal behaviour and creates extrovert personality
  • Conscious mind regulates the functions of central nervous system

4. Benefits of Antaryatra

  • Physical- strengthens nervous system
  • Mental - revitalizes mental power
  • Emotional - stabilizes emotions and keeps balance Develops and harmonizes the flow of ' Pran’

5. The Process of Antaryatra

  • Sitting / standing relaxed posture
  • Concentrate at the center of Energy [bottom of spinal cord]
  • Uplift the flow of energy towards the center of Knowledge [top of head]
  • Undertake the inner journey through the spinal cord
  • While exhalation move upward, inhalation come down
  • Feel the subtle vibrations of vital energy taking place inside the Sushumna In the initial stage, practice for 2-5 minutes. Eventually increase the time



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  1. Antaryatra
  2. Asana
  3. Body
  4. Center of Energy
  5. Center of Enlightenment
  6. Charitra
  7. Contemplation
  8. IPMC
  9. Ida
  10. International Preksha Meditation Camp
  11. Jyoti Kendra
  12. Kayotsarg
  13. Kendra
  14. Meditation
  15. Perception Of Body
  16. Pran
  17. Pranayam
  18. Preksha
  19. Preksha Meditation
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  21. Samani
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  25. Svash Preksha
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