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Secret Power of Tantrik Breathing


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An Introduction to Tantrik Breathing

Practicing Pranayama

The Knowledge of the Rise of the Vital Breath (Svarodaya Shastra)
Determining the Open Nostril

Shiva Svarodaya Shastra

The Subtle Body
Mental Cleansing of the Nadis

Svarodaya Shastra

The Basic Rules for the Movementof the Vital Breath
Blocking the Vital Breath in One Nostril

The Five Elements of the Vital Breath
Determining the Length of the Breath to Identify the Element

Determining the Breath Element by Observation

Experiencing the Reality of the Breath Elements

Astrology and Svara

Svarodaya Shastra and Human Destiny

Svarodaya and Sexual Relationships
Gaining Power over Another Person

A Potent Method for a Good Man to Attract a Woman

The Effects of Svarodaya on Unborn Children
Predetermining the Sex and Character of an Unborn Child

To Overcome Infertility

General Applications of Svarodaya to Influence Outcomes
Influencing a Difficult Person

Influencing a Person from a Distance

Influencing the Course of the Day

Changes in the Natural Rhythm of the Vital Breath and Their Effects upon Health and Fortune

General Rules Regarding Svarodaya and Good Health
Prolonging Good Health

Prolonging Youth with the Viparita Karni Mudra

Specific Applications of Svarodaya for Good Health

Reducing the Outflow of Vital Breath

Predicting Death
Visualizing the Shadow Person


Attaining Liberation from the Cycle of Rebirth
Basic Pranayama

Uddiyana Bandha

Purifying the Subtle Channels

Tantrik and Yogic Practices for Liberation


Soham Sadhana
Practicing Awareness of the Soham Sound

Color Meditation (Varna Dhyana)
Color Meditation

Meditation on the Five Elements
Element Meditation

Accompanying Meditation with a Mantra

Magical Powers




About the Author

Swami Sivapriyananda (1939-1997) was born in Gujarat, India, and studied Sanskrit and Pali at Pune University. In 1974, after taking sannyasa, the act of renunciation within Hinduism, he visited many saints, ashrams, and centres of traditional learning in search of material on forgotten and neglected aspects of Indian religion and culture.


"Appropriate cautions are included regarding certain aspects that should not be attempted without a knowledgeable guide or teacher. . . . appropriate as an excellent reference for the more advanced practitioner." * D. Tigermoon, The Pagan Review, June 2010 *

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